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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Eat Spurs Spirit At These Popular Bakeries

Posted By on Tue, May 27, 2014 at 2:51 PM

It's game day in SA so let's get that Spurs spirit flowing with what better way, through our taste buds. Here are the places to go to pick up some sweets to indulge during game time.

The Spur-shaped donut in all its glazed glory. (Courtesy Photo)

Spurs Donuts

Donuts come in all shapes and sizes, and in San Antonio the Spur-shaped is no exception. Find these popular glazed treats at such eateries as El Volcan Panaderia (359 Bustillo) and Panifico Bake Shop (602 NW 24th).

The Spurs are known for being "Black and Silver" but in this case "Brown and Golden" sounds just as good. (Courtesy Photo)

To switch things up, Bedoy's Bakery (1318 Cupples) turns the Spurs logo into tasty chocolate creation with game day specials of $1.50 each or $2 on non-game days.

Spurs spirit can be found in the tiniest of desserts. (Courtesy Photo)

Spurs Macaroons

Today only, Bakery Lorraine (511 E Grayson) is offering their famous macaroons in Spurs-themed fashion. Their angel food cake flavor is painted with the staple black and silver combo while a raspberry "throwback" themed macaroon proudly sports the teal, orange and pink that the Spurs wore throughout the 90s.

Let's bite our way to another victory with these tasty treats. (Courtesy Photo)

Spurs Basketball Cookies

For the cookie lovers, both Kate's Frosting locations (2518 Main & 7701 Broadway) bring their "black and silver" Spurs cookies with "Go Spurs Go" written in frosting and cookies in the shape of everyone's favorite Spurs jerseys.

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Bird Bakery's take on the Spurs ball. (Jennifer Alejos)

Bird Bakery (5912 Broadway) is also offering their almond sugar cookies with the signature "Go Spurs Go" chant on a basketball or without, your choice.


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