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Bisous Bisous’s macaron tower is fit for the most elaborate of weddings, the sweetest of showers or any other fête accompli.
Variety of macarons (price upon on request)
Macarons are the signature item at Bisous Bisous. Always gluten-free, they feature freshly made fillings sandwiched between delicate yet flavorful almond shells. These lemon macarons give both a hint of the summer sun and the richness of the perfect French pastry.
Lemon macarons ($2 each)
Fresh-fruit tarts change with the season or at the whim of chef Meyer. All are made without the fuss of flavored glazes and filled with homemade curd that complements the seasonality of the fruit.
Fresh-fruit three-inch tart ($4.50)
How perfect would these pieces of heaven be on Valentine’s Day? The airy macarons are full of rich cocoa flavor and have a very light cream-cheese center.
Red velvet macarons ($2 each)
Bisous Bisous’s crunchy pastry shells encase a choice of coffee, chocolate or vanilla pastry cream and are topped with delectable glaze, whipped cream or fresh fruit. Our favorite? Mixed-berry coconut éclairs--exotic in both taste and texture.
Éclairs ($3.50 each)
A deliciously light lemon cake filled with lemon buttercream, covered in fluffy meringue and brûlée-ed to a golden brown. Guess what we’ll be having for dessert tonight...
Toasted meringue lemon cake ($10 to $50 per cake, based on size)
Breakfast is served with house-made yogurt, fresh berries and granola. Bisous Bisous will also offer freshly pressed coffees and espressos.
Fresh yogurt parfaits ($4 each)
No two macarons are created equal at Bisous Bisous Pâtisserie, the new French pastry shop opening in West Village’s trendy addition, 3700M. At the helm is Andrea Meyer, a former executive project manager turned pastry chef--and the cutest blonde bombshell to hit the Dallas dessert scene since Kate Weiser.
The shop will offer 11 varieties of core macarons, plus several seasonal flavors (think gingerbread during winter months, cherry limeade in summer), along with delicious and stunning fruit tarts, éclairs, parfaits, cupcakes and cakes that can turn a regular cocktail party into a soiree fit for Marie Antoinette at Versailles.
The grand opening is slated for the end of the month. In the meantime, drool over our favorite treats.
Bisous Bisous Pâtisserie, 3700 McKinney Ave., Suite 150; 214-613-3570 or bisous-bisous.com
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