Ladurée Washington DC M Street
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Rated best in the world! Upscale bakery with Parisian origins specializing in macarons & offering light fare, teas & drinks.
The French macaron mecca opened in Paris in 1862 and is now one of the most well-known bakeries in the world. The Georgetown location will be only the fourth in the U.S.
It's like being in Paris. Magnifique. Amazing Macarons, delectable pastries.
This french macaron mecca opened in Paris in 1862, and this Georgetown location is only one of four Lauduree locations in the United States. Pop in for a macaron to go, or grab a table for espresso, macarons, and finger sandwiches. This is the perfect destination for a girls brunch out, quick treat…
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