Welcome to Olmos Park
A classic, affluent enclave of San Antonio with posh amenities and historic beauty
Nestled in the heart of San Antonio, the beautiful Olmos Park sports a rich and colorful history dating back to the 1920s. Renowned oilman and real estate tycoon H.C. Thorman acquired land from an Austrian count and set about developing the property into the affluent community that soon became Olmos Park. Known for leafy streets and sprawling Mediterranean estates, Olmos Park exudes a rich historic feel and refined elegance.
Only four miles from downtown San Antonio, this tony community boasts a secluded setting full of trees, expansive, perfectly manicured lawns, and world-class golf courses. Centuries-old trees canopy the streets and timeless estates loom impressively against the sylvan backdrop.
What to Love
- Opulent art deco style estates
- A decadent culinary scene
- Lush landscaping and leafy streets
People & Lifestyle
With stylish boutiques and first-class dining, Olmos Park residents are accustomed to the best of everything. The sporty set appreciates the renowned golf courses and prestigious outdoor pastimes, while parents adore the excellent schools and timeless family-centric atmosphere. This highly affluent neighborhood is known to attract the most successful players in the world’s top industries and Olmos Park boasts a high concentration of billionaires.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dining out in posh Olmos Park is a delicious experience full of global tastes. Whether you stop in for a breakfast of huevos rancheros or a dinner of flautas, Sabor Cocina Bar has fresh, authentic Mexican fare for any time of day. In the heart of Olmos Park, you’ll find Mary Lou’s Cafe, a Mexican scratch kitchen serving homemade delicacies and the best cocktails in town. Yaya's Thai Restaurant serves vibrant, classic dishes like pad Thai and curry, in a breezy, relaxed setting. The best burgers in town belong to Mr.Juicy. These artisanal burgers with housemade buns have been taking the town by storm and all it takes is one bite, or even a look at the luscious Instagram feed, to see why.
Things to Do
With a rich history of exquisite dining and lavish, turn-of-the-century parties, The Argyle brings its vibrant past into focus with today’s affluent, exclusive club. Membership in this renowned club is coveted and while most time here is spent on the championship green or in the refined dining room, this prestigious club also prides itself on working closely with Texas Biomedical Research Institute on philanthropic endeavors. The innovative Witte Museum brings nature, science, and culture together with dynamic exhibits and fascinating interactive displays. This Smithsonian-affiliated museum is an esteemed cultural center in San Antonio.