Meet your New Year’s resolutions in San Antonio

The biggest step in completing your New Year’s resolution? Show up.


We’re here to help you reach your 2023 goals in SATX.

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Looking to meet your New Year’s resolution in San Antonio? From feeling fit to finding more family time, check out our local resolution recommendations below.

👟 Join a gym

  • Heavy Metal Fitness | 2313 NW Military Hwy. | Join a community of lifters looking to take full advantage of this premier strength training facility that prides itself in having a family-like atmosphere.
  • ALIO Fitness Club | 15909 San Pedro Ave. | Founded by two UTSA graduates, ALIO only employs trainers that are graduates of a four-year exercise science program. The gym is currently pioneering a Fit 3D body scanner to measure a member’s posture, body fat, basal metabolic rate, and body measurements.
  • Crossfit San Antonio | 5337 Glen Rdg. | Regardless of age, physical condition, or experience level, this gym has been helping people achieve their fitness dreams for over 15 years.

Meet your fitness goals alongside a supportive community at your local gym.

📚 Read more books

  • The Twig Book Shop | 306 Pearl Pkwy. | This Pearl staple has become a venue for local and national poets and authors. Can’t find what you’re looking for? The Twig can order it for you.
  • Nowhere Book Shop | 5154 Broadway | Founded by bestselling author Jenny Lawson, this independent bookshop recently added a coffee, wine, and beer bar — allowing guests to shop, sip, and read all in one place.
  • Guadalupe Latino Bookstore | 1300 Guadalupe St. | This store’s shelves house a curated selection of writers and books whose art, history, and culture are linked to the 40-year legacy of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.

Treat your shelf to some great books this year.

🤝 Meet new people

  • Alamo City Pinball League | What’s Brewing?, 138 W. Rhapsody Dr. | Take up a new hobby and make some friends along the way at this open division, co-ed pinball league.
  • Bexar Run Crew | Various locations | Established by BEXAR Goods Co., this crew hosts several group distance runs of various lengths throughout the year. You can also check out its other social group for film fanatics: Bexar Movie Club.
  • San Antonio Sports & Social Club | Various locations | All leagues are co-ed and open to those ages 21+. Don’t miss out on the happy hour after every game.

Feeling extra committed? Check out our roundup of other local social groups to join.


Coffee + pinball machines — what more could you want?

🎭 Watch local theater

  • Magik Theatre | 420 S. Alamo St. | Bring the little ones to Hemisfair for professional and accessible literature-based theater.
  • The Public Theater of San Antonio | 800 W. Ashby Pl. | Housed in a Greek Revival theater from 1930, the organization’s goal is to provide high-caliber, masterful theatrical productions with a style that is unique to our local culture.
  • Woodlawn Theater | 4522 Fredericksburg Rd. (soon) | After a decade of award-winning productions, the historic Woodlawn Theatre (soon to undergo a name change + rebrand) will make the move to Wonderland of the Americas early this year — read all about it.

The Woodlawn Theater is officially relocating to The Bijou in 2023.

Courtesy of The Woodlawn Theater

🥬 Go vegan

  • Green Vegetarian Cuisine | 255 E. Basse Rd. | With nearly 15 years of bringing vegan eats to the Alamo City food scene, this restaurant is a great spot for those who are plant-based-curious.
  • Hash Vegan Eats | 5007 S. Flores St. | Eat delicious plant-based meals paired with spirit-free cocktails from this spot’s dry bar.
  • Viva Vegeria | 1422 Nogalitos St. | Tex-Mex food, but make it vegan + gluten-free. Chef Fred Anthony Garza has developed a menu focused on preserving Indigenous food of the land.
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Try this sweet potato hash to get you started on your plant-based journey.

💼 Start a business

  • Geekdom | 110 E. Houston St. | Get started with a collaborative community filled with resources and opportunities to help members grow.
  • San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce | 3006 General Hudnell Dr. | Take advantage of year-round resources, events, and opportunities to develop a thriving small business.
  • UTSA Small Business Development Center | 501 W. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. | Meet with no-cost, one-on-one business advisors and access am extensive professional referral network.
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There’s no shortage of resources to get your business started up in SATX.

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🛍️ Shop local

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When it comes to expert recommendations, there’s no beating our readers.

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With that said, we’re so excited to be back for another year of loving the Alamo City and sharing it with all of our readers. Here’s to a phenomenal 2023 in the 210. 🥂

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