18 Festive Treats in San Antonio to Get You Into the Spooky Spirit
By San Antonio Current Staff
October is enjoyed by many, for just as many different reasons. If you wait all year for pumpkin spice everything, or love the creepy aesthetic tied to Halloween, or enjoy the tastes of the harvest season, well, you're probably already in the October spirit. And if you're not, well, here are some snacks and drinks to get you pumped.
SA Buñuelo Co. (210) 835-5137, sabuneloco.com
SA Buñuelo Co. has buñuelos shaped as creepy spiders and webs in purple, green, and orange that are sure to put you in the Halloween spirit. Visit them on Insta to place your order.
Photo via Instagram, sabunueloco
Honeysuckle tea time honeysuckleteatime.com
Honeysuckle Tea Time are creating the most monstrous milkshakes you’ve ever seen on Friday the 13th, at Camplight Artist Studios and Gallery. Missed it? Enjoy other shakes from sisters Olivia and Sarah throughout the month.
Photo via Instagram, clamplight
Eaton Sweet Coffee Bar 5223 McCullough Ave., (210) 492-1104, facebook.com
Eaton Sweet Coffee Bar (also known as Olmos Perk under new ownership) will make your skin crawl with their skeleton cookies.
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Chocollazo 4013 Broadway, (210) 776-3963, chocollazo.com
These spooktacular and deadly-sweet apples with caramel will have you wanting more.
Photo via Instagram, chocollazo
Nadler’s Bakery and Deli 1621 Babcock Road, (210) 340-1021, nadlers.com
Bite into witches, ghosts, or Frankenstein’s head to taste cookies full of Halloween spirit.
Photo via Facebook, Nadler's Bakery & Deli
Sustenio Restaurant- Eilan Hotel 17103 La Cantera Pkwy., (210) 598-2950, elianhhotel.com
Stop by Sustenio in the Eilan Hotel and Spa to taste the Green Goblin and to sip on Vampire’s Blood.
Photo via Instagram, shelbilea123
Photo courtesy of Sarah Torres
La Panaderia Multiple locations, lapanaderia.com
The more you know: Pan de muerto’s dough strips at the top of the bread symbolize the bones and tear drops of our deceased loved ones.
Lily’s Cookies 2716 McCullough Ave., (210) 832-0886, lilyscookies.com
It’s candy corn season, and Lily’s cookies is baking candy corn macarons, along with their line of spooky sugar cookie cauldrons, skulls and more.
Photo via Instagram, arieltron
Fahrenheit 32 226 W. Bitters Road, (210) 627-6232, facebook.com
Thai ice cream has never been spookier than those topped with scary ghostly toppings.
Photo via Instagram, safood.e
The Art of Donut 3428 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 265-5423, artofdonut.com
There’s no turning back now. Art of Donut will be offering their spooky donuts beginning on Oct. 24 and ending on the day of Halloween. Place your orders ASAP.
Photo via Instagram, artofdonut