Where are the Best Bakeries in in San Antonio?

(October 22, 2015)


While baking sweet treats and indulgent breads at home might sound enticing, eating the baked goods is usually a lot more fun than actually making them in your San Antonio apartment. There are plenty of awesome options in the area, making it convenient to bring your favorites back to your apartment or to sit down and relax while enjoying whatever’s your pleasure. Try one of these special San Antonio bakeries:

La Panaderia
8305 Broadway

You can expect to enjoy freshly baked goods derived from Mexico’s rich culture at La Panaderia. The owner grew up on the streets of Mexico selling his mother’s homemade bread and learned a lot about baking the best baked goods, tortas, and soups before deciding to bring his creations to America and share them with those in the San Antonio area. The bakery’s atmosphere is clean and laid back, perfect for a casual brunch or an afternoon coffee and cupcake break.

Bakery Lorraine
306 Pearl Parkway #110

Together, Jeremy and Anne run Bakery Lorraine and dish out tasty baked treats that are sure to please the taste buds of even the pickiest of eaters. The upscale environment offers a futuristic look and feel, and the seats are super comfortable which makes it easy to hang out for hours. Menu items include fruit tarts, breakfast parfaits, upbeat salads, and freshly made hot sandwiches.

Sweet Secrets Cake Shop and Icings
7432 Callaghan Rd.

Sweet Secrets has been in business since 1987, and has served San Antonio residents with care and pride ever since. All menu items are made in-house, so you can always expect your order to be freshly prepared. It’s a good idea to call ahead for cake orders to ensure your unique creation is ready exactly when you need it.

Bird Bakery
5912 Broadway St.

In addition to goods like cupcakes and sweetened croissants, Bird Bakery offers a large menu full of meals that are fit for a king and queen. Enjoy spinach quiche or lemon pound cake for breakfast, and options such as tarragon chicken salad, grilled cheese on brioche, or tomato pie for lunch. Whole traditional pecan and pumpkin pies among others are also available upon request.

Each of these bakeries are centrally located, so keep a look out for them while you’re out on the town and in the mood to experience something new.

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