The Randolph Metrocom community has a distinctive flavor that is evident even in our cuisine. Residents can choose from Italian, German, Chinese, Mexican, Greek, Thai or traditional favorites like steak, fried chicken, barbecue, seafood, pizza or thick, juicy hamburgers. Restaurants range from fast food providers to luxurious dining facilities. Providers include local family-owned restaurants and nationally franchised dining facilities. Within the close proximity of San Antonio are many additional ethnic restaurants.
The Forum at Olympia Parkway shopping center, a multi-million-square-foot retail development, has a potpourri of stores, including Target, Kohl’s, The Home Depot, Baskin’s Western Wear, Best Buy, Office Max, Haverty’s, Pier 1 Imports and many more. Many restaurants adorn the Forum, affording visitors a variety of food selections.
Almost next door, Live Oak and Universal City boast many fine restaurants and stores, and up the road in Schertz, the number of stores and restaurants is growing by leaps and bounds. You can find something to the liking of everyone young and old in all the Metrocom cities, and in every instance you will find our distinctive “down home” treatment.
If you prefer smaller stores, all 10 Metrocom communities offer a wide range of unique shops filled with gifts and collectibles. There are novelty stores, beauty shops, flower shops and automotive shops, to name but a few. Some would say a trip to the Metrocom isn’t complete without a visit to shop or eat in Bracken Village.