Celebrate Easter with Awesome Treats from this French Bakery

Celebrate Easter


Celebrate Easter with Wonderful French Bakery Easter Themed Pastries




Hop on over and celebrate Easter with delicious Easter themed pastries at Bakery Lorraine. With Easter coming up next week on Sunday, March 31, you will want to check out these Easter themed pastries and baked goods offered by Bakery Lorraine that are available at all locations. Beginning now through 5 PM on Thursday, March 28, guests can pre-order a delectable 7’’ Carrot Cake for $80 through Bakery Lorraine’s website HERE. Bakery Lorraine’s carrot cake is chock full of pineapple, coconut, walnuts, generously layered with cream cheese frosting and topped with a variety of macarons. Pickup will be on choice of either Saturday, March 30 or Sunday, March 31.


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Easter Pastries:

Additionally, Bakery Lorraine will have Easter themed in-store pastries available over the weekend from Friday, March 29 to Sunday, March 31. These pastries include:

  • Bunny Tart

  • White chocolate mascarpone mousse and strawberry centers on dark chocolate shortbread

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  • Egg Shaped Moonpie – Fluffy honey marshmallow sandwiched between house made graham crackers

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  • Chocolate Nest Tart – Salted caramel and dark chocolate ganache in a vanilla pastry shell topped with chocolate eggs nested in chocolate phyllo


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Carrot Cake:

Carrot cake slices will also be available for in-store purchase throughout Easter weekend and the following week while supplies last.

San Antonio Locations:


306 Pearl Parkway #110, San Antonio, TX 78215

Daily 7am-8pm

Kitchen closes at 5pm daily

210 862 5582



7338 Louis Pasteur Dr. #201, San Antonio, TX 78229

M-F 7am-4pm

Sat-Sun 8am-4pm

210 303 0330



17503 La Cantera Parkway,, San Antonio, TX 78257

Daily 8am-6pm

210 415 4066



2800 Broadway St., San Antonio, TX 78209

Hours vary depending on the museum’s schedule. Click here to check current hours.




About Bakery Lorraine

Bakery Lorraine was borne of a plan to pivot out of the restaurant industry. When founders Jeremy Mandrell and Anne Ng set out from the Bay Area to San Antonio, they thought they’d left their baking careers for good. Then they started making and selling pastries at a farmer’s market on the weekends for the love of it and quickly developed a fan base. When they met local entrepreneur Charlie Biedenharn, that stand became Bakery Lorraine, an artisanal bakery that was named one the country’s best new bakeries by CNN’s Eatocracy that same year. Since then, they’ve been recognized as one of the Top 100 Bakeries in the US by Food and Wine and nominated for best pastry chefs by the James Beard Foundation.



Our philosophy is simple – we make fresh pastries that reflect our respect for the ingredients and the technique of our craft.


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