Did anyone else grow up eating sweet bread and drinking warm coffee after dinner, even if it was after 10:00 pm? Join the club!
In honor of the deep cultural roots here in San Antonio, we’re sharing some of our favorite spots that the best Pan Dulce in the city that’ll go great with your cafecito. Keep reading for some mouth-watering goodness! 😋✨
📸: La Panaderia
Not your average panaderia, but has the same delicious execution! La Panaderia offers amazing pan dulce in San Antonio to satisfy your sweet tooth like yummy Tres Leches Croissants or cute mini conchas.
You can pick up breakfast, lunch, or dinner and have some sweet bread for dessert. We’re all about the Turkey Torta on a croissant with steaming fideo, and an Oreja too.
It’s always the perfect occasion for pan dulce and Panaderia Jimenez offers some amazing Pastry Packs for any occasion. Did someone say office party? Michael Scott would deff approve!
The pan dulce is incredible but how about a yummy hot sandwich served on some fresh handcrafted buns and an Ice Matcha Lemonade to wash it all down?
Sweet treats anyone? We’ll take some chocolate mantecadas, polvoron cookies, and a marranito please. We like options for our morning cafecito!
Panifico Bake Shop, one of our favorite pan dulce spots. You can also up a pack of “Old San Antonio Molino” flour tortillas for your weekend Menudo or at home breakfast tacos. Win win!
Did you know Panifico also has a truck location? Inquire on their website to find the current location of 2Sueet Dessert Truck!
If you’re looking for authentic San Antonio culture with a side of pan dulce, head on over to Mi Tierra Cafe and Bakery for some “comida y cultura.” From locals to tourists, it’s definitely a crowd favorite for over 80 years!
Located in the Historic Market square, you’re sure to feel all the festive vibes any time or day you happen to stop by. We’ll have some Flautas de Pollo, a “Tapatio” Margarita, and some flaky Orejas. We love a great meal with a side of piñatas and twinkling lights to lighten up our day.
Bedoy’s Bakery is known for its amazing flavors and you’re sure to notice through every bite you take since their recipes have been passed down through four generations.
Plus, how about some delicious menudo or barbacoa to really brighten your day up? A breakfast fit for a San Antonian, pan dulce, and cafecito? Sounds like we’re setting ourselves up for success!
Samantha is a UNATION team member and author of the Stuff to Do City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do near you, s...
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