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Le Macaron brings authentic flavor from the sweetest continent to the south.
For too long, Americans were missing out on the delightfully delicate sugary goodness that is the French macaron. Here, it’s either sugar spun into a cookie shape (so, cotton candy essentially) or even worse a coconut cookie (that’s a macaroon). That clear need to do justice to this mouthwatering continental treat led to the founding of Le Macaron in 2009.
The Savannah location is owned by Stephanie Ebers and Reggie Thompson, the first Americans to be awarded a franchise. Step inside and discover what you’ve been missing out by sampling some authentic French macarons, along with imported French gelato, locally sourced coffee and hand-painted chocolates equally suitable for framing or eating. It’s all prepared under the watchful eye of authentic French chef Didier Saba.
You’ll know you’ve arrived when you inhale the intoxicating aroma of a true French pastries and hear the hearty call of “Bonjour.”
204 West Broughton St., Savannah, GA
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