First time in San Angelo? Make sure to stop into the San Angelo Visitor Center to see everything San Angelo has to offer!
The visitors center is located right on the Concho River. Stop in and grab some local information and brochure while enjoying a free cup of coffee. Step outside to take a walk down the River Walk and take a photo with 1 of the 100 painted sheep that are located all around San Angelo. You can also do some shopping around the visitors center or take a look at the art in Uncommon Places which is located nearby.
With so many beautiful places to see in San Angelo, the Visitors Center can help you locate anywhere you want to go.
418 W Ave B
San Angelo, TX 76903
Who doesn't love a good day at the lake?
Lake Nasworthy covers 1,380 acres and is 29 feet deep. The most predominant fish species in the lake are largemouth bass, white crappie, channel and flathead catfish, and white bass. If you are fishing, make sure to check in with the Texas Parks and Wildlife to get your fishing license and check on local lake regulations on catch and release. You can also visit the local parks around the lake for a day of camping or just cooking out with family. Some of the most popular parks are Knickerbocker Park, Middle Concho Park, and South Concho Park.
Spend the day fishing, swimming, or watching some boating races. Lake Nasworthy also hosts several fishing tournaments throughout the year, so be sure to check around with local clubs to see if you can join!
The lake is sourced by the Twin Buttes Reservoir and flows out into the South Concho River. It was built in 1930 by the Texas Utilities Company to provide water to the city and surrounding areas. It is named after John R. Nasworthy, who sold the land to the city for the lake.
1608 S. Concho DR
San Angelo, TX 76904
Looking for a place to relax, have a good beer, and have amazing food? Twisted Root is the place for you!
Twisted Root Burger Co. prides itself on the gourmet burgers they have created. All burgers are half a pound, freshly ground, with toppings made in-house (including the condiments and pickles!) and made specific to how you like it. Twisted Root was founded by Chers Jason Boso and Quincy Hart after meeting in culinary school. They opened their first Twisted Root in Deep Ellum in 2006. Twisted Root also appeared on Diner, Drive-Ins, and Dives with Guy Fieri in 2009!
Another unique aspect of Twisted Root is that $1 of every Burger of the Month goes to the Twisted Root Nursing Scholarship fund. The scholarship provides salary stipends for current Baylor Scott & White Health employees working on becoming R.N.'s or further their nursing degrees in other ways. The scholarship began after one of Twisted Root's owners, Jayson, was in a horrible accident that kept him in the hospital for 53 days. The nurses played such an important part in his healing, he knew he had to give something in return.
When visiting, we recommend The Western Burger or the Spicy Goat! They also serve some amazing salads, such as the Chopped Mexican Salad. Pair any of your meals with Quincy's Fried Pickles and then finish off with one of their homemade custard shakes.
333 S Chadbourne Street
San Angelo, TX 76903
Need to get out of the hot Texas sun and feel like doing some shopping? Stop into the Sunset Mall of San Angelo!
The Sunset Mall has over 70 stores and restaurants. Stop in today for stores such as American Eagle Outfitters, Barbed Wire & Roses, Claire's, and more! Some of our favorite restaurants in the mall are Charleys Philly Steaks and Chick-fil-a!
Need to take a break from shopping? Stop into War Dogs Gaming to check out all the different games and collectibles for purchase!
No matter what style or trend you are looking for, you are sure to find it at Sunset Mall!
4001 Sunset DR
San Angelo, TX 76904
SoCo first opened in 2015 in San Angelo. They aim to bring quality craft beers at affordable prices!
Their name actually stands for "The South Concho Taphouse", which is after the river that flows through San Angelo, TX. With a welcoming atmosphere, friendly staff, and good beer, you can't go wrong stopping in here to hang out! The taphouse also has weekly theme nights, such as Pint Night on Wednesday and All Day Happy Hour on Mondays!
When you stop in, we recommend trying the IPA from Odell Brewing Co. or the Blood Orange Cider from Austin Eastciders.
Since their opening, they have already developed the reputation of one of the best taphouses in town, just check out their Google reviews for the proof!
113 E Concho AVE #210
San Angelo, TX 76903
San Angelo is home to Angelo State University and has become a driving force in culture, community events, and entertainment. This has attracted citizens from many different cultures. As a result, the city’s dining scene is an eclectic fusion of local tradition and international flavor. These five must-try restaurants define San Angelo’s culinary culture, from laid-back bistros and cafes to innovative food served in luxury settings.
The Grill is located right in the middle of San Angelo, AKA the heart of San Angelo. This local staple is one of the most celebrated restaurants you can visit in San Angelo. Every recipe is made from scratch by Chef Felipe Armenta. Try one of their wonderful Southwest cuisine meals paired with one of their hand-crafted cocktails or wine from their large wine list. Visitors recommend the pork chops and brisket; we recommend trying their surf and turf paired with a delicious white wine.
If you are looking for authentic Mexican food at a great price, Henry's is the place to try! Henry's was opened in 1973 by Henry Hogeda Sr. and is now known as one of San Angelo's most loved restaurants. Your meal will start off with chips and hot sauce plus their famous white sauce. Not in the mood for Mexican food? That's okay, they have amazing chicken fried steak as well as other American dishes. When visiting, we recommend the Madelyn Special or the Flautas. With an almost perfect rating on Google, you can't go wrong with anything you order at The Original Henry's.
$$$-New American restaurant
Angry Cactus is a must-try while in San Angelo. Their chef is Timothy Condon who attended The Institute for the Culinary Arts. Angry Cactus first opened in 2016 and has been a staple in the town ever since. Visit their website to see what specials they have, each day they have something new going on such as Margarita Mondays, Wine Wednesday, and TGIF Fridays. Visitors recommend the chicken fried steak and catfish. We personally recommend starting out with the bacon-wrapped shrimp and then trying their Cajun chicken pasta! Pair any of their meals with one of their handcrafted cocktails and you will have a perfect evening!
Named after an old Texas tradition, The Concho Pearl Icehouse is a must-stop when in town. This restaurant has a casual vibe and atmosphere that is welcoming to all families and friend groups. Not only do they serve good food and drinks, but they do have the occasional live music nights and karaoke nights. We recommend starting off with the Cowboy Sushi and then trying their Slaw Burger. Make sure to try some of their sweet iced tea or one of their craft beers with your meal to make everything complete!
The Wharf is known as the best seafood and steak house in the San Angelo area. Not only does The Wharf provide exceptional food, but exceptional service as well. On top of all the amazing food, The Wharf also has a fully stocked bar and a wide selection of wines as well. Start your dinner off with the fried calamari and then move onto one of their surf-n-turf dishes. Make sure to finish the night off with a slice of turtle pie to make this meal complete!