Oreo conchas aren’t the only unique treat at this San Antonio bakery
SAN ANTONIO – Conchas are traditional sweet bread rolls with classic sugar toppings. Most people who grew up in San Antonio are familiar with them, but have you ever had an Oreo concha? Guanajuato Bakery, located at 10203 Culebra Road, makes these unique bakery items but they’re only available on Mondays said bakery owner Gloria Bedolla. The bakery sells out of their fresh, made-from-scratch bread every day said Bedolla who co-owns Guanajuato Bakery with her husband. “We also carry our caracoles that are filled with cream cheese and piernas that are filled with either cream cheese or strawberry filling,” said Bedolla.
San Antonio's Bakery Lorraine and La Panaderia Land on Food & Wine List of Nation's Best Bakeries
click to enlarge Instagram / @bakery_lorraineNot one, but two, San Antonio establishments have landed onmagazine's list of the 100 Best Bakeries in America Bakery Lorraine and La Panaderia rep the Alamo City on the newly released roundup of the best spots for everything from rustic sourdough loaves to Lebanese pistachio crullers. Austin's Sour Duck Market was the only other Texas bakery to rank. "Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandell met working for Thomas Keller in Californias wine country , which explains the sunny Cal-French energy (and excellent pastry work) at their mini-chain of bakeries scattered around town," the mag gushes about Bakery Lorraine. Conchas , made with high-quality ingredients to exacting standards, are some of the best this side of those fancy new Mexico City panaderias. "Althoughbegan research on the list some time ago, it writes that the pandemic seems like a good time to focus on bakeries.sacurrent.com