Exciting news, macaron lovers! French bakery Laduree is making its way to The Grove in Los Angeles.
Having bakeries in the country in New York City and Miami, the popularity of the macaron maker dates back 150 years. At present, a branded barricade can be seen in front of the spaces the bakery will be constructed in.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Laduree has set up a tea shop in Paris, near the Place de la Concorde, in 1862; this, it is believed, is what paved the way for French macarons. Some of the most relished flavors of macarons include rose, pistachio, and salted caramel.
Ladurée French Macaron Los Angeles Bakery: Began international expansion in 2012
As the most regarded macaron house in the world, the bakery serves delicious macarons and pastries. The restaurant portion houses a fancy hotel style tea lounge.
The widely popular French bakery has, in the course of its operations, collaborated with fashion designers on limited edition macaron flavors, including the likes of Lanvin, Emilio Pucci and Reed Krakoff. Laduree has also found its way into gift and beauty items.
As reported by LA.eater.com, although the bakery first came into existence in 1862, it started expanding internationally in 2012. The brand has several bakeries throughout the globe, including Australia, Brazil, Qatar, and South Korea.