Updated: Jan 10
The newly opened camp-themed venue at The Rim features 12,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space and more than 60 beers on tap.
When thinking of words to describe San Antonio, its unique community embodies its citizens' fun, relaxed, friendly, and inviting spirit.
While the Alamo City boasts several great venues to enjoy the one-of-a-kind vibes of SA, a newly-opened beer garden offers patrons a unique take on the pub experience.
Nestled in the bustling northwest area of 1604, located at The Rim and minutes from La Cantera, sits the new campground for Camp 1604 — a massive indoor/outdoor beer garden sprawled across 12,000 square feet.
Happy Campers Enjoy a Fun Place To Gather and Make New Friends
The camp-themed bar opened its doors on December 27, offering more than 60 beers on tap to visitors. As customers enjoy a beverage, they can roam the 8,000 square foot dog-friendly outdoor space and participate in activities like ping pong, adult seesaws, archery range, and simulated axe throwing!
Guests are invited to enjoy food from local "Holy Smoke" food truck. The SA favorite features delicious menu items, such as their award-winning brisket and mouthwatering mac and cheese that pair nicely with the venue at Camp 1604.
The modern beer garden is the brainchild of Austin-based KPG Hospitality —owners of experiential bars and restaurants across Texas and Tennessee. Also on the horizon for KPG is the January launch of San Antonio's Kung Fu Saloon, a high-energy vintage-arcade-themed bar that currently has locations in Austin, Houston, and Dallas-Fort Worth.
As we all are eager to return to normalcy, Camp 1604 invites visitors to create new memories.
"We're proud to create unique spaces and experiences where friends can gather to socialize while they enjoy good food, great drinks, and activities," Bri Domowitz, Marketing Director of KPG Hospitality, said. "Camp 1604 and Kung Fu Saloon are now part of a very fun and exciting area of San Antonio, and we look forward to offering a great experience to the area's residents."