Pearl Bottling House and Food Hall

Commercial Hospitality Retail | San Antonio

  • Project Scope 13,000 SF Food Hall
  • Completion Date June 2016
  • Owner Rio Perla Properties, L.P
  • Architect Clayton & Little

The Pearl Bottling House is a two-story mixed used building at the Pearl Development in San Antonio, TX. This project was designed to replicate the historic Pearl Bottling House. Originally built on the property in 1894, the building burned down in 2003. Similar design features include Victorian-style and Industrial influences with commonly used materials of the day including reclaimed brick, historically accurate limestone, clay tile, exposed wood trusses and decking, interior brick walls, steel window frames/doors, antiqued 1900 series glass, original masonry signage from the original building, and painted steel. 

The completed facility houses both a new “food-court” concept with rentable chef stations on the first floor, and a highly-anticipated music venue, Jazz, TX. Inspired by prohibition era speak-easies, the 3,500 SF music venue is located in the excavated basement of the Bottling House. 

  • 2018 Masonry Contractor’s Assn. Golden Trowel Award: 1st Place Industrial/Commercial Award
  • 2017 AGC Outstanding Construction Award
  • 2016 ABC Excellence in Construction Award