Stable Hall

San Antonio, Texas

Constructed in 1894, the Pearl Stable was designed to house draft horses for the historic Pearl Brewery. Over time, the intricate brick and stone building served as a banquet facility and community event venue. Today, the 128-year-old historic structure, now called Stable Hall, will reopen as a premier music venue.

Patrons will enjoy pre-show drinks and local beers after hammered limestone floors and plaster and original brick walls usher them into the lobby space. In the performance space, timeless, rich materials and details will reference the Texas landscape. Forest green plaster walls, lush velvet curtains, painted murals, and brass accents will converge to cultivate an intimate, soulful space for enjoying performances from artists like The Peterson Brothers and San Antonio’s own Rosie Flores.

Custom-designed upholstered balcony seats and upper-level lounge areas work in tandem with the large, open ground floor which will be able to accommodate raucous standing-room-only shows to more intimate, seated events. After shows, performers retreat to luxurious green rooms, while show-goers wander out to the outdoor biergarten, designed to pay homage to neighboring German Hill Country.