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Delectable Macarons: Our Favorite Places to Nibble

Sep 16, 2017 | Food

Macarons are delicious, French sandwich cookies. If you have never had one, you either don’t like sweets, or you are denying yourself one of life’s simple pleasures. We asked a few of our macaron-loving friends for their favorite spot and thought we’d share.

Across the USA

New York City

• La Maison du Macaron, 132 West 23rd Street
• Dana’s Bakery, 353 West 14th Street

Washington, D.C.

• Sweet Lobby, 404 8th Street SE
• Macaron Bee, 3261 Prospect Street NW


• Vanille Patisserie, 2108 N Clark Street
• Toni Patisserie, 65 E Washington Street


• Trophy Cupcake, 600 Pine Street
• Bakery Nouveau, 137 15th Ave E


• La Pâtisserie, 602 W. Annie Street
• Bribery Bakery, 1900 Simond Ave Ste 300



Canadians have a deep connection with Europe, and won’t be left out of the North American macaron craze.


• Boutique Point G, 1266 Mont-Royal Ave E, Montreal
• Duc De Lorraine, 5002 Côte-des-Neiges Rd, Montreal


• Thomas Haas, 2539 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC
• Thierry, 1059 Alberni St, Vancouver, BC
• Bel Cafe, 801 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC


• Nadege, 120 Adelaide St W R6, Toronto, ON
• Bobbette & Belle, 1121 Queen St E, Toronto, ON

Keryn Means

Keryn Means

Founder, Walking on Travels

Keryn is a freelance writer, content creator, brand ambassador, local TV contributor and digital strategy consultant. Her work has been featured in Thrillist, Travel Age West, and other publications looking for authentic, well-written content. She is also the founder of WalkingOnTravels.com, a site for the active, adventurous parent.

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