Where to Stay, Eat, Shop, and More in San Angelo

Where to Stay, Eat, Shop, and More in San Angelo

M. L. Leddy’s, in San Angelo, on April 19, 2022.About two hundred miles southwest of Fort Worth, San Angelo rises from a patchwork of farmland where the Hill Country meets the Chihuahuan Desert. While the city of nearly 100,000 residents is known for its Old West heritage, its vibrant cultural scene still seems like a well-kept secret, even though Governor Greg Abbott designated San Angelo the Visual Arts Capital of Texas last year. Public initiatives such as the nonprofit Art in Uncommon Places have bolstered the city’s attractions, as have the efforts of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, which hosts one of the country’s foremost outdoor painting competitions, EnPleinAirTexas, each fall. The museum is also overseeing the further development of a two-hundred-acre cultural district, which museum president and CEO Howard Taylor envisions…

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