La Panaderia Celebrates Both National Sourdough Bread Day and National Empanada Day this Month
At La Panaderia two is better than one!
The month of April is filled with several delicious national food days that you can spend celebrating at La Panadería! Founded by brothers David and Jose Cáceres in 2014, their bakeries have become a staple for San Antonians and visitors to the Alamo City, known for their wonderful pan dulce, fresh breads and other delectable menu items.
Kick off April with National Sourdough Bread Day on April 1st with La Panadería’s unique approach to breadmaking. The technique includes a 48-hour fermentation process and a double baking technique that results in artisan baked goods unlike any other. Loaves of La Panaderia’s delicious sourdough can be purchased in store, and Chef David even shared a tutorial for bread lovers to bake at home.
Shortly after comes National Empanada Day on April 8th! La Panadería’s signature empanadas have layers of flaky pastry on the outside, fruit-filled insides, and an exterior dusted with sugar that is guaranteed to sweeten anyone’s day. The delicious empanadas are available in-store or can be shared with friends or family that live across Texas through La Panaderia’s statewide shipping option.
Broadway – Alamo Heights
Location 8305 Broadway
San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone (210) 375-6746
Hours M – F: 7a – 8p | Sa – Su: 7a – 6p
Location 301 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone (210) 592-6264
Hours M – S: 7a – 3p
La Cantera Heights
Location 17030 La Cantera Parkway, Building 300,
San Antonio Texas 78256
Hours M – S: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
About La Panaderia
La Panadería, which specializes in making handmade bread and pan dulce inspired by Mexico’s Golden Era, or Epoca de Oro, also draws influence from French, Italian and American breadmaking techniques. La Panadería’s unique approach to breadmaking includes a 48-hour fermentation process that results in artisan baked goods unlike any other. The attention to detail and welcoming atmosphere found at La Panaderia have quickly made the bakery and café a staple in the Alamo City.