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Farmers Market Macaron Maven Opening Brick-and-Mortar in West Village

A storefront for French-style pastries and more.

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Joining JOY Macarons' Liz Lanier as another market vendor-turned-store owner is chef Andrea Meyer, whose Bisous Bisous Patisserie is gearing up to launch next month in the new mixed-use 3700M building in the West Villlage.

The 1,200-square-foot space, designed by Tiffany Nichols of NexSpaces, will include a retail shop, a full coffee bar and open kitchen.

Meyer's love of French pastries began via a honeymoon trip to Paris and annual visits to favorite pastry shops there; inspired to quit her corporate job, she attended Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and worked with Thomas Keller Restaurant Group in Yountville, CA before establishing Bisous Bisous in 2013. She's since become a staple vendor at the White Rock Local Market and provided pastries and desserts to local coffee houses.

The patisserie's first storefront will carry French macarons, tarts, éclairs, croissants, and cakes, made fresh daily. Additionally, Bisous Bisous will offer a rotating selection of seasonal desserts, from holiday favorites to original creations.

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