In the beautiful Alamo Heights neighborhood sits Bird Bakery, the most adorable bakery around. Everything is made from scratch on-site, with a new batch of treats every day, and anything leftover at the end of the day goes to local San Antonio non-profits. Anything you buy is guaranteed fresh, made with quality ingredients. Try their extremely moist award-winning carrot cupcake, their oatmeal cranberry walnut cookie, or the Mexican hot chocolate brownie. You can also enjoy the cozy setting with a cup of coffee or one of their homemade teas.
Bird Bakery, 5912 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210 804 2473
Bakery Lorraine, located in The Pearl, gained popularity quickly among locals since its opening in 2011. Besides its chic ambiance with fresh flowers on every table, it offers seasonal and fresh pastries that taste delicious. Creating endless sweets, consider trying their Parisian macarons – any flavor will do. They offer both vegetarian and gluten-free dessert options, so there’s truly something for everyone.
Bakery Lorraine, 306 Pearl Pkwy #110, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210 862 5582
The owners of La Panaderia, brothers Jose and David Caceres, created their brand after drawing inspiration from their mother’s bread making in their childhood home of Mexico. This bakery is a wonderful gem, lending generations of experience to the quality and taste of their baked goods. Try any of their pan dulce and conchas. You can also enjoy your treats with one of their delectable brewed lattes.
La Panaderia, 8305 Broadway St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210 375 6746
For the cupcake addict in you, try Cupcake Couture. They have four locations throughout San Antonio, and each one offers the same sensational taste. They have great seasonal flavors like apple spice and the Big Red. They also have flavors dedicated to different events like the Confetti Cake with buttercream for a Sweet 16 celebration. Also try their carrot cupcake, Italian creme cupcake, and Neapolitan cupcake.
Established in the early 1960s, Bedoy’s Bakery stands strong with two locations in the city. They’re known for their traditional Mexican sweet bread and Roscas de Reyes, which is a pastry served during Dia de Reyes (Kings Day), honoring the arrival of The Three Wise Men. The tradition of Dia de Reyes is celebrated in many Spanish-speaking countries like Spain and Mexico, and with a large Hispanic community in San Antonio, this is a widely celebrated holiday among locals. Whether you celebrate it or not, Roscas de Reyes is still a fun and tasty treat to enjoy.
Bedoy’s Bakery, 803 W Hildebrand Ave, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210 436 2253
Romelia’s Bakery is a unique establishment in San Antonio. Forget regular old cupcakes, and try their famous ‘Treasure’ treats. At the base is a light meringue topped with cream cheese and fresh fruit. You can order berries, kiwis, bananas, or most any other type of fruit. Try the Mango Kiwi Treasure, Banana Caramel Treasure, or Green Apple Chocolate Treasure. You’ll find the taste is original and incredibly satisfying.
Romelia’s, 11255 Huebner Rd, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210 437 1073