San Antonio International Markets Tour

September 10, 2022 - 12:30 pm

Make an international friend and explore the diverse culture of San Antonio, Texas!

– NEW Int’l Students? Try a taste from home and teach US students about your cuisine. Sign up to be placed in a carpool with a new American friend can visit the Market of choice listed below. Sign up to participate through Engage:

– US Students or returning Int’l students with a car? – Volunteer to provide a ride to new UIW international or exchange students to help them get a taste of home. Learn about the unique tastes of their home country and learn from an expert about the best food to try! Chose from any location below and get 3 service hours for the trip! Sign up to volunteer through GIVEPULSE here:

Seoul Asian Market: 1005 Rittiman Rd #101,
A delicious café and east Asian food and goods wonderland. You can pick up gourmet ramen, Korean beauty products, fresh produce, or stop for a bit to eat at their delicious restaurant.
Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant, Market, & Bakery 5700 Wurzbach Road,
This hybrid restaurant-market-bakery serves up authentic Filipino fare and lets you try your hand at the cuisine with the help of quality ingredients.
Sasha’s European Market 8023 Callaghan Road,
With a selection of Polish, Russian, German and plenty others, Sasha’s has your Eastern European needs covered. Whether you’re fixin’ for some stuffed cabbage or pierogies, they’ve got the sausages and sauerkraut that you’re looking for.
Himalayan Bazar 8466 Fredericksburg Road, ,
The South Asia-oriented market offers food items like spices and vegetables as well as goods like saris and prayer items.
Ali Baba International Food Market 9307 Wurzbach Road,
Specializing in Middle Eastern fare, Ali Baba has a massive stock of halal and kosher butchery, fresh vegetables and breads, teas and bulk options for nuts and grains. Tokyo
Las Americas Latin Market 6623 San Pedro Ave, ,
From yucca chips to banana leaves, Las Americas Latin Market is packed full of goodies and snacks whether you’re looking for flavors from Peru, Puerto Rico, Colombia — or somewhere in between.
Tokyo Mart 825 W. Hildebrand Ave.,
Don’t be fooled by its small size — Tokyo Mart packs a punch. Whether you’re looking to stock up on Pocky and pizza-flavored potato chips or prep some scratch-made yakisoba, you’ll find what you need on the shelves, plus delightful tchotchkes and authentic Japanese teaware. Plus, you can get your fresh sushi fix from Niki’s Tokyo Inn next door.

Event Details

Registration Required
Private Event
Food and Drink, Tour, Volunteering