has gone full-European and added alcohol to its offerings, including wine, beer, and speciality cocktails.
“We have a little something for everyone,” says Cary Palmer, Beverage Director of Link Restaurant Group. “A glass of wine to go with your smoked salmon on toasted olive bread, a flute of champagne to accompany an éclair or chocolate tart, a beer to knock back with salami on baguette, or a bloody mary to savor with a delicious breakfast sandwich.”
The neighborhood bakery and cafe has been serving handcrafted pastries and breads since 2000, and as its dining menu continues to grow, Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski and Pastry Chef Maggie Scales have listened to the requests of their patrons, such as the inclusion of alcohol. Because what French-inspired eatery would be complete without a glass of wine or mimosa to complement those rich, yet simple treats?
The alcohol selection will include wine and Prosecco by the glass or bottle, Champagne by the bottle, local beers, and cocktails, including bloody marys, mimosas, pastis, aperol spritzes, and Irish coffee.
La Boulangerie is open Monday
through Saturday 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
and Sunday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
at 4600 Magazine Street