NYC Guide: Ladurée Madison Avenue

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Ever since getting my DSLR I’ve been dying to do an updated post on Ladurée Madison Avenue (the first NYC spot that I ever blogged about!), and this turned out to be the perfect time. This Upper East Side boutique was the brand’s very first US location, and just last week they added a chic and elegant seating area. It features petite café-style tables along with a gorgeous tufted banquette, where guests can sit and enjoy a pot of tea along with a delicious pastry or a few macarons (or both!). I was thrilled to check out the new addition to the boutique this past weekend (let’s be real, I’m thrilled for any excuse to visit this place), and it was such a pleasure to sit and relax in this shop that I’ve always loved. There aren’t too many coffee spots in the vicinity, so I imagine that this will be a very welcome addition to the neighborhood! 
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These tea canisters are as cute as the macaron boxes…maybe I need to start collecting these, too!

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100% OBSESSED with this black-on-black candle.

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Gorgeous room sprays.

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I love the gorgeous blush pink menu.

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I’m so predictable…couldn’t help but order the same pastry I got last time. It’s just so good…like a really, really fancy candy bar (in pastry form).

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The current Ladurée window displays their collaboration with the Japanese jewelry brand Mikimoto.

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Ladurée Madison Avenue

864 Madison Avenue (between 70th and 71st St.)

Open Monday-Saturday 9AM-7PM, Sunday 10AM-6PM

PS-the pastry in the first picture is the St. Honore Rose Framboise, composed of puff pastry and choux pastry topped with rose petal cream, raspberry compote, fresh raspberries, and rosewater chantilly cream.

photos by me

5 comments

  1. Ashley | SB says: May 6, 2015

    This is what I imagine heaven looks like.

    Ashley
    Sunday Brunch

  2. Dorothy says: May 6, 2015

    Beautiful, can not wait to go back here and sit down to enjoy these offerings. Fantastic photos.

  3. susan // fleurishing says: May 6, 2015

    Gorgeous photos, and I’m so happy to see they’ve added that beautiful sitting area! Can’t wait to see it in person soon…incentive!

  4. SARAH LAGEN says: May 6, 2015

    WOW, THIS PLACE LOOKS SIMPLY DELICIOUS!! THIS PLACE IS A MUST STOP BY FOR MY NEXT TRIP TO NYC!!

  5. An Afternoon Pick-Me-Up - York Avenue says: September 15, 2016

    […] I’ve never been much of a tea drinker myself. I have enjoyed the occasional cup or two at Ladurée or Alice’s Tea Cup, but I’d never made a habit of it, despite kind of wanting to. So […]

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