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Bakery Lorraine to Partner With the DoSeum For New Cafe Menu


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Two crown jewels of San Antonio are joining forces at long last. Starting the first week of August, Bakery Lorraine will be teaming up with the DoSeum to bring new menu items to the DoSeum Cafe. According to a press release the two sent out today, the menu will feature Bakery Lorraine's famous Parisian macarons and divine pastries in addition to child-friendly items such as house made applesauce, a grilled cheese sandwich and an almond butter with peach or grape jelly sandwich. For hungry adults, the cafe will offer tasty options like avocado toast, a chicken salad sandwich and a chop salad.

Since being established in 2011 by chefs Anne Ng and Jeremy Mandrell and operator Charlie Biedenharn, Bakery Lorraine has quickly become one of San Antonio's most popular and beloved sweet stops by serving handmade French pastries using only the finest ingredients. It has been named one of the best new bakeries in the U.S. by Food & Wine and CNN's Eatocracy Blog, as well as one of the "13 Destination Bakeries" by Conde Nast Traveler

"We are thrilled to be expanding more and now partnering with a San Antonio favorite like the DoSeum," Biedenharn said in a prepared statement. "We have designed a special menu for the DoSeum Cafe, keeping in mind the children coming to the museum, but also making sure we have offerings for the parents."

This announcement should come as a pleasant surprise to San Antonians who have enthusiastically supported Bakery Lorraine and its delicious treats since it started as nothing more than a card table at the Quarry Farmers and Ranchers Market. Now parents can enjoy their favorite artisan desserts while allowing their children to play in one of the nation's leading children's museums. This partnership with the DoSeum is only the next step in what is proving to be a very successful San Antonio tenure for the adored local bakery. 2800 Broadway St., 210-212-4453.

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