To Treat: Ladurée

To Treat: Ladurée(Courtesy of Ladurée)If you’re in the mood for something sweet, Ladurée is a must-visit. Their stunning shop in SoHo — the second location to open in Manhattan after their smaller flagship on Madison Avenue — sells the most decadent macarons imported directly from France. Each bite into one of their treats is an indulgence, and every flavor on their mouth-watering menu is amazing —the Rose and Salted Caramel are crowd favorites.
To Treat: Ladurée
It’s impossible to miss Ladurée’s dreamy windows that display rainbows of sky-high macarons stacked in intricate designs. Merely stepping into this luxe locale, replete with pastel colors and Victorian-era décor, is like being transported to the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

Even more eye-catching than the charming atmosphere are the glamorous patrons. Ladurée’s SoHo location houses a bakery, a tea room and a full-service restaurant that serves classic French cuisine, so it draws the downtown fashion crowd, as well as stylish diners taking a break from browsing stores in this bustling shopping district.

Ladurée SoHo is situated on West Broadway between Broome and Spring Streets, which is prime perusing territory. There’s a never-ending supply of boutiques within a short walking distance that are worth exploring. 
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