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85°C Bakery Cafe opens first San Antonio location

Get ready to try all of the sweet and savory options.

People waiting in line to cash out and a person browsing the bread selection.

Be sure to try this southeast Asian bakery chain located at 12710 150 I-10 Frontage Rd. near UTSA.

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We love pastries at SATXtoday. From tortillas to pan dulce, the Alamo City knows how to make some delicious dishes. If you’re traveling through the UTSA area on the city’s northside, we recommend stopping at 85ºC Bakery Cafe. This spot will leave you with a new kind of sweet bread craving.

Delectable details

Located at 12710 I-10 Frontage Rd., Suite 150, 85ºC Bakery Cafe is a southeast Asian baked goods chain that specializes in fresh, daily bread offerings such as cakes, pastries, and coffee. Fun fact: The reason for the name “85ºC” is a reference to the perfect temperature needed to pull an espresso shot.

A worker puts out a tray of fresh bread at the newly-opened 85 Bakery Cafe.

Racks of fresh pastries made daily at 85ºC Bakery Cafe. When the staff needs to replenish a rack with stock, you’ll here them yell “fresh bread.”

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Currently in its soft opening phase, the new cafe is a first for San Antonio and offers premium bread options at affordable prices. It’s hours are 10 a.m. until sellout daily through Thursday, June 27.

SATXtoday picks

City Editor Nicholas waited in line to see what all the hype was about, and he can confirm that it’s 100% worth the wait. He recommends the Milk Tea Bun for the sweet side and a Spinach Kale Danish for the savory. Make sure to grab a Strawberry Matcha to wash the treats down. Check out the full menu.

Green and pink drink next to a red and white box filled with breads.

Get a box full of goodies from 85°Bakery Cafe and grab a Strawberry Milk Tea or Strawberry Matcha to complete your purchase.

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Grand opening deals

A grand opening celebration is planned for Friday, June 28 + Saturday, June 29, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sunday, June 30, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Arrive early Friday to be one of the first 25 customers to receive 15 free pieces of bread. The first 50 customers on Saturday + Sunday will receive a free t-shirt.

Don’t miss: Snag a free tote bag with any purchase all weekend, and make a $20+ purchase to get a free mug that features Texas iconography.

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