To say that pastries are big in San Antonio would be an understatement. Take the apple strudel at Naegelin's Bakery (the oldest continually operating bakery in town), which measures more than 2 feet in length and weighs 4.5 pounds. Or the cinnamon rolls at Lulu's Bakery and Cafe, which can weigh in at more than 3 pounds apiece. Of course, it doesn't always take a Texas-sized treat to put a San Antonio bakery on the map. Proof: Bakery Lorraine, where light-as-air French macarons take on Western flavors such as bourbon and tobacco.