Downtown San Angelo has become the center for activity, leisure, and night life for the citizens of San Angelo, but it all started with Historic Concho Avenue. To this day, Concho Avenue remains as the primary hub of activity and shopping in the downtown area. While there is no end to what you can do downtown, Concho Avenue alone can fill up an entire day. We hope that you will come and join us on this historic thoroughfare.
Strolling along the sidewalks of Concho Avenue is like stepping back in time. Most of the buildings along the street feature their original façades from the 1800s and 1900s and showcase of the architecture of early western cities. Some of the early establishments on Concho Avenue were in fact bordellos, and, while the last one was closed in 1952, Miss Hattie's Bordello Museum remains as a testament to San Angelo's historic past. Similarly, Miss Hattie's Restaurant & Cathouse Lounge can give you a taste of old San Angelo by serving traditional American Fare and old Cowboy/Soldier favorites alike.
Concho Avenue has been home to many businesses and services over the years but today it is the home of one of the largest boutique and antique shopping locations in San Angelo. Shopping on Concho Avenue is a truly unique experience since all of the stores are privately owned, non-chain establishments. Shop for unique antiques from yesteryear, elegant furnature, beautiful jewelry, and one of a kind clothing and footwear. Concho Street is also home to numerous specialty shops that can't be found anywhere else. You never know what you will find when you are shopping downtown!
After a long day of shopping and sightseeing on Concho Street, come and relax at one of the unique caf&eaccute;s or pubs. From taphouses and winerys to bistros and american fare you are sure to find somehting to enjoy. Many of these establishments also integrate the look and feel of Concho Street by featuring art, antiques, and historical d&eaccute;cor.