Welcome to Abba Optical
Handmade European Eyewear in San Antonio, TX.

Call us at (210) 696-6500 today.


Established in 1984, Abba optical has always catered to the refined taste of the Colonnade area clientele. Specializing in rare and unusual eyeglass frames Abba has become the trendsetter in luxury eyewear. Our recently remodeled dispensary contains some of the finest European eyewear available today with selections from Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Italy and Japan. Frames made from Titanium, wood, Buffalo horn,bird feathers,leather, Bamboo and other lightweight comfortable materials.

The on-site finishing laboratory has state of the art equipment including a new robotic lens edger that not only cuts your lenses the perfect size and shape but drills holes, bevels and facets. It also mounts precious stones such as rubies and even diamonds in your new lenses. The master optician on staff will be happy to customize your lenses for a look all your own.

San Antonio Optometrist | Abba Optical | (210) 696-6500

9823 W. IH 10
San Antonio, TX 78230

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Meet The Staff

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  • Dr.
    Rick Ortiz

    Dr. Rick Ortiz, born and raised in San Antonio graduated from Jefferson High, Trinity University, and holds an Optometry degree from the University of Houston. Dr. Ortiz has been at this location for more than 20 yrs. and has served second and third generations from the San Antonio area. Available six days a week, Dr. Ortiz takes walk-ins and often fits contact lens patients with a pair of sample lenses on the first visit. But to get in without a wait its best to schedule an appointment with this well known popular San Antonio optometrist. Dr. Ortiz handles many medical insurances and has a working relationship with several well known SA area eye surgeons. He also screens and manages Lasik surgery clients.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "LOVE Dr. Ortiz and the staff. � Very good with children and make having glasses fun!! Thank you guys!"
    Amanda W.
  • "Abba Optical has the best selection of frames. They carry some of the most unique frames I've encountered! Not only is the staff friendly and welcoming, but they really care about the patient. I reccomend everyone to stop by! They have amazing deals that work with every budget."
    Jennifer M.

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Monday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed