Le Macaron French Pastries will celebrate its official grand opening Feb. 3 at 2901 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin, within Barton Creek Square. The shop, run by Jason Bolsinger, will sell a variety of French macarons, chocolates, pastries and more. In honor of the grand opening event, the shop will be running a special Feb. 3 in which customers can buy three macarons and get one free. With the intent of building a bond with the community, Bolsinger said he has teamed up with charity events and will offer school fundraising opportunities. 512-593-2051. www.lemacaron-us.com/austin.
Le Macaron French Pastries coming soon to Barton Creek Square
Le Macaron French Pastries will celebrate its official grand opening Feb. 3. (Courtesy Jason Bolsinger)
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