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French Morning

French Morning

« Tout a commencé avec un macaron ». Lors d’un voyage à Paris, Soraiya Nagree, dix ans, originaire du Texas, succombe à la pâtisserie française. Plus tard, alors qu’elle est diplômée en chimie, elle délaisse les éprouvettes pour les plaques de cuisson et se lance dans la fabrication de macarons. Elle ouvre aujourd’hui sa deuxième boutique à Austin, 6 ans après la première...

Austin Monthly

Austin Monthly

It’s that sweet time of year when strawberries are in season and the heat of summer is around the corner. Make the most of the abundance of the fruit by whipping up a batch of strawberry macarons with this recipe from La Patisserie owner and baker Soraiya Nagree. The 5-year-old shop, located just off South First Street, is set to open its second location on Burnet Road this month. Read more here...

Austin Tidbits

Austin Tidbits

French-inspired dessert shop La Pâtisserie expands with a second location on Burnet. Read more...

Eater Austin

Eater Austin

La Patisserie’s second location is now open on 7301 Burnet Road, dishing out the same favorite baked goods.

Austin.com

Austin.com

If macarons are your favorite bite-size dessert, you need to head over to La Patisserie. They’re experts at making macarons and other French pastries. So get to La Patisserie to take your tastebuds on a European vacation. Read more...

Austin Chronicle

Austin Chronicle

Rose is the flavor from my childhood that has had such a lasting impact on my career. It is a very popular flavor in Indian desserts, and when I went to Paris for the first time when I was 10, I tasted a rose-flavored macaron and fell in love with all things French. I loved how there was a hint of my heritage in something so modern and refined. Read more...

Localeur

Localeur

Check out owner, Soraiya's interview with Localeur...

Eater

Eater

Come to this tiny South Austin bakery for the macarons, but make sure you try one of the Morning Buns—a sugar laden bun made of croissant dough curled around layers of orange zest. Read more...

Austinot

Austinot

You can feel the love coming from the ovens at dawn every morning, as Pastry Chef Lezlie Mills Gibbs pulls out a small army of cookies to be ferried across the city. Read more...

Austin Chronicle

Austin Chronicle

French pastry shop La Pâtisserie is opening a second location at 7301 Burnet Rd. The shop will feature cult treats from owner Soraiya Nagree including rose and cardamom honey orange macarons and the croissant-brioche hybrid donut CroBrio. Read more...

Eater

Eater

Beloved South First-area French pastry shop La Patisserie is expanding to the north to 7301 Burnet Road. The new location will offer Soraiya Nagree’s signature macarons in flavors like salted caramel and cardamom honey orange. Look for an expanded coffee program and the ever-popular CroBrio (croissant-brioche mashup) at the new location. No opening date has been announced; watch La Patisserie’s Facebook page for updates.

Austin Business Journal

Austin Business Journal

La Patisserie leased 1,200 square feet at 7301 Burnet Road. The new store, which will open this spring, will be the second for owners Azim and Soraiya Nagree. Their first shop at 602 W. Annie St. opened in November 2010. No brokers were involved. Architects McCann & Associates and builder Larry Gunthrie are involved in the project.

Studio 512

Studio 512

La Patisserie in Austin came up with cro-brios, their own delicious version of the croissant-donut hybrid. Head Pastry Chef Lezlie Gibbs taught us how to make and decorate our own. Watch here...

KXAN

KXAN

La Patisserie’s End of Summer Bash – Thursday, August 20 from 10-11:00 a.m. Join La Patisserie for their annual end of summer bash. There will be discounted pastries, activities for the kids, and FREE frozen treats to cool off in this summer heat. La Patisserie, 602 W Annie St, Austin.

Austin 360

Austin 360

Making La Patisserie’s Lemon Honey Blackberry Cake It’s getting a little hot for local blackberries, but the ones at the store are still looking good because of the (blissfully tolerant) summer heat elsewhere in the country. La Patisserie (602 W. Annie St., lpaustin.com) owner Soraiya Nagree makes a lemon honey blackberry cake this time of year, which is adapted from a French yogurt cake recipe that originally appeared in Bon Appetit. Read more...

CultureMap

CultureMap

The 6 best ways to celebrate Mother's Day For the sweet tooth: A gift basket from La Pâtisserie La Pâtisserie has crafted a special Mother's Day gift basket with a variety of sweet treats. We're talking macaroons, decorated sugar cookies and chicken salad sandwiches — all for $36. Extra sandwiches and cookies can be added for an additional cost. Place an order by Friday, May 8.

La Patisserie: Scrumptious Piece of

La Patisserie: Scrumptious Piece of

“When I’m having a bad day, I go to work.” Welcome to the sugar coated world of Soraiya Nagree, owner and pastry chef at Austin’s La Patisserie. Read more...

Austinist

Austinist

An Exclusive First Look at CroBrios, La Patisserie's Spin On the Cronut Though we initially vowed to never speak of the cronut again, we had to make an exception for the transformative, possibly game-changing creation debuting at La Patisserie this week. Meet the CroBrio, a blissful union of the croissant and the brioche that threatens to dethrone the cronut as the rightful king of the franken-pastry throne. This is Austin's official version of the cronut,

FOX News

FOX News

Macarons, the Daddy Mac of Cookies There are people who are mad for macaroons and then there are people who are mad for macarons. That’s because American macaroons and French macarons have about as much in common as do pâté and apple pie.... more...

The Austin Chronicle

The Austin Chronicle

La Pâtisserie: Get your Francophile fix on Annie Street La Pâtisserie, a diminutive French bakery and coffee shop, has opened on Annie Street, smack-dab in the middle of the colossal void left by the closing of the venerable South Congress Texas French Bread location. "We just fell in love with the building," says owner Soraiya Nagree, speaking of the charming white-wood and glass-brick cottage La Pâtisserie occupies. "We've gotten amazing support from the neighborhood ...more...

Examiner

Examiner

La Patisserie by Luxe Sweets Located near the popular South 1st Trailer Park Eatery, La Patisserie is a French style bakery that is the perfect complement to any meal. With light, airy pastries and some of the best cream fillings you'll ever taste, La Patisserie is a one of a kind bakery that doesn't have a wide menu (yet), but focuses on making everything they serve perfectly...more...

Hungersauce

Hungersauce

The Thread Austin

The Thread Austin

There are several things we can thank France for giving us—Hermès, Marion Cotillard, Dom Perignon. And now Austinites have one more thing to praise the audacious French for inspiring engineer turned pâtissier, Soraiya Nagree, to open La Pâtisserie by Luxe Sweets. La Pâtisserie, an authentic French pâtisserie... more...

Austin360

Austin360

Soraiya Nagree and her famous Macarons, a step-by-step process...more...

Spike Speaks

Spike Speaks

Hey Y'all, Awhile back I gleefully announced the arrival of La Patisserie, a little French bakery at 602 W. Annie in South Austin that opened last fall. Proprietress Soraiya Nagree-- who also owns The Kitchen Space, a rentable commercial kitchen on the East side-- knows a thing or two (or 5,000) about French baked goods...more...

Eater Austin

Eater Austin

Macaron Palace La Patisserie Opens Today Off South First ... more...

KXAN

KXAN

Tribeza

Tribeza