CAFE AND EVENT VENUE

Located in the Historic Japanese Tea Garden

The Jingu House, patio, pavilion and upper garden are available for private dining or events after 5 pm and can accommodate up to 300 guests. 

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TEA HOUSE + CAFE

Jingu House supports local growers and producers. In addition, we offer a wide variety of teas and light meals.

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ABOUT THE HISTORIC
JAPANESE TEA GARDEN

Over 90 Years of History

In 1899, the San Antonio Water Works Company, through its president, George W. Brackenridge, donated 199 acres to the City of San Antonio for a public park. This tract comprises the largest portion of the park that today bears Brackenridge’s name. The park officially opened to the public in 1901. There was still an operating rock quarry west of the park leased by the City to stone cutters since the mid-1800s.

In 1880, Alamo Portland and Roman Cement Company (later called Alamo Cement Company) began to use the quarry. When the company needed rail lines to expand production, it purchased a new site and closed its Brackenridge Park operation in 1908…

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