Parking permits for Alamodome lots have been sold out, purchased by Alamodome season ticket holders and sponsors. Still, the Alamo Bowl and the city of San Antonio make it easy to reach the stadium from downtown.
San Antonio’s transit system, the VIA, provides trolley service outlined on the map above the dotted line indicates an alternative route in event of a detour. The trolley runs every 12-15 minutes and 5-7 minutes after 5 p.m. Full fare is $1.10 each way; exact change is required. An all-day pass costs $4.
Also noted in the map are the three parking garages closest to the Alamodome:
1. Saint Mary’s Garage: At Saint Mary Street and Travis Street, entrance on Travis
2. Houston Street Garage: At College Street and Navarro Street, entrance on College
3. Marina Garage: Bowie Street and E. Commerce Street, entrance on Bowie
12,500 tickets, spread among lower level, club level and upper sideline.
Buy at the Bill Daniel Student Center Dec. 8-9 and 12-14 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Available to general public on baylorbears.com starting Dec. 8
Cost: starts at $65
Good eats for every budget
A list of Urbanspoon’s most popular restaurants in San Antonio:
High-end eating ($15-25 per entrée):
Fogo de Chão Churrascaria — Brazilian Steakhouse
849 E Commerce St #393
Boudro’s on The River Walk
421 E Commerce St
Mid-range restaurants($10-15 per entrée):
1900 Blanco Rd
Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery
218 Produce Row
Low-cost cuisine ($10 and under per entrée):
Magnolia Pancake Haus
606 Embassy Oaks #100
Chester’s Hamburger Co.
9980 W Interstate 10