Handmade with care. Attention to detail. And, simply delicious. Bakery Lorraine is serving up plate perfection for breakfast, lunch and everything in between. Founders Jeremy and Anne met while working for Thomas Keller at Bouchon Bakery in the Napa Valley. They honed their skills in different kitchens around the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to San Antonio in the summer of 2010. In 2011, they met entrepreneur Charlie Biedenharn who joined them in forming Bakery Lorraine. And, they’ve been baking together ever since. Every item that they put out is handmade with the utmost care and attention to detail. Each ingredient is treated with the proper respect and thoughtfulness it deserves—from the miller’s flour to the dairy farmer’s eggs and butter. The result is simply delicious. Visit their location at the historic Pearl for casual and inviting indoor and outdoor seating for breakfast and lunch offerings, and a full bakery and coffee / tea bar.
Please note that Bakery Lorraine is currently offering takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery orders.
LA PANADERIA – HOUSTON STREET
Real pan. Real ingredients. Real cultura. Start your day off right at La Panaderia on Houston Street. With coffee and homemade pan dulce, that is. In 2014, brothers José and David Cáceres opened this bakery-cafe to share their Mexican heritage and love for baking. La Panaderia specializes in making handmade bread and pan dulce inspired by Mexico’s Golden Era, or Epoca de Oro. It also draws on influences from French, Italian and American breadmaking techniques. From a unique 48-hour approach to fermentation, to attention to every baking detail, to warm and welcoming customer service, La Panaderia has quickly become a fan-favorite (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) staple. La Panaderia is open daily for coffee and bakery service, breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. For hours of operation, visit La Panaderia online.
Please note that La Panaderia is currently offering takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery.
Located in the lobby of the Marriott Rivercenter and open daily from 6:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., Café Bocadillo features convenient grab and go breakfast, Starbucks Coffee and all day dining selections including parfaits, salads and sandwiches. The café also has delicious custom hot items like breakfast tacos and Panini sandwiches. If you are headed out for the day our “Build a Cooler” is the perfect choice to get your adventure started. Our staff can help you fill the biodegradable cooler with anything you like from salads and sandwiches to deserts. You just pay for your selections and the cooler, and you are good to go!
Starting as a saloon in Beeville, TX in the late 1800s, the Schilo family moved to the big booming city of San Antonio in 1914. In 1917, Mama Schilo started serving some of her famous recipes like split pea soup, potato pancakes, homemade meatloaf, the list goes on… We believe this was in anticipation of prohibition which arrived a few short years later. Due to their innovation and foresight, they were able to successfully shift from being a strict saloon to a reputable restaurant in a few short years. Adding a homemade root beer helped get them through those dry years and their unwavering German work ethic helped them stay in business through hard times like the Great Depression and World War II. Walking through the front doors of the restaurant that was originally constructed as a currency exchange bank, is like walking back in time. Which is why it is certain to be on any local’s “must-do” list. And, fortunately real beer has been back on the menu for a long time!
Fresh and house made. For food aficionados. Find it all, and then some, at Larder. Located at Hotel Emma on Pearl’s campus, Larder offers visitors a South Texas food store with a dash of Euro-sophistication. Hotel guests and visitors are invited to stock up on life’s culinary luxuries or simply enjoy a glass of wine in Brewmeister’s alley after a long day of exploring. From grab-and-go specialty food items, to coffee and pastries, to travel necessities. Find what you’re looking for at Larder.