La Panaderia Welcomes Fall with Amazing Seasonal Items

Tuesday 19th, October 2021 / 11:16 Written by
La Panaderia Welcomes Fall with Amazing Seasonal Items

La Panaderia Welcomes the Fall with New Seasonal Items, Brunch Additions and Holiday Favorites

This Fall, La Panaderia is ushering in the season with new offerings and seasonal favorites. For a limited time, San Antonians and visitors to the Alamo City can enjoy new pan dulce treats, seasonal offerings for Dia de los Muertos and enhanced brunch hours and menu items. For more information, visit   

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Pumpkin Croissant

What’s the fall season without a pumpkin-themed treat? For a limited time, visitors to La Panadería can now enjoy a Pumpkin Pecan Croissant at any location. Developed by co-owner and Chef David Caceres, the seasonal treat brings a delicate taste to the classic autumn flavor. Nestled between La Panadería’s signature croissant, the light pumpkin cream filling is folded with cinnamon and topped with candied pecans. 

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Happy Hour Brunch

Beginning Oct. 15, 2021, brunch lovers can now revel in La Panadería’s Happy Hour Brunch Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests can enjoy buy one get one free mimosas and beers during happy hour, and can also enjoy a discounted price of $10.99 on La Panadería’s brunch burger (formerly the patty melt) which has been reimagined to feature a brioche bun sandwiched with a hearty patty and topped with melted cheese and a fried egg. 

La Panaderia

Pan De Muerto

Highlighting Mexico’s “Bread Cultura,” La Panadería will offer their classic Día de Los Muertos pan dulce like Pan De Muerto and specialty pan dulce boxes starting Oct. 15. Guests can order their family-sized Pan de Muerto online starting today.

For more information about La Panadería or to order online, visit

About La Panadería:

Hoping to share their Mexican heritage with citizens in the U.S., José and David Cáceres opened La Panadería in San Antonio, Texas in 2014. The bakery, which specializes in handmade bread, pan dulce and pastries inspired by Mexico’s Golden Era, or Epoca de Oro, draws influence from French, Italian and American bread making techniques. La Panadería’s unique approach to breadmaking includes a minimum 48-hour fermentation process that results in artisan bread and pastries unlike any other. La Panadería has three locations in San Antonio, Texas. Please visit for additional information.

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