Cypress, TX. – To give local Cypress residents a sweet treat and elevate their pallets, Le Macaron French Pastries will be bringing a new location to the community. Situated in Lakeland Village Center at 10611 Fry Road, Suite B2-100, the elegant French patisserie opened on Friday, August 25 to offer guests the ultimate French experience and will create new jobs within the community.
Locally owned and operated by Mervis Ruiz and her daughter Sara. Mervis has been handling in the past catering services and local supplies of cakes and pastries during several years, and as an entrepreneur, she now decided to step to the next level and open her first franchise. After several due diligence process, they decided to join the Le Macaron Franchise community, due to they saw in them values that are perfectly aligned with theirs, as the commitment to excellence in the product, quality and freshness of the ingredient , beauties of the stores and the personalized customer attention, and a product like the Macarons that are growing rapidly in the US, and has a long time heritage in France .
“We are thrilled to introduce the community to a new experience that will give them a true authentic taste of France through our fresh ingredients and atmosphere within our café,” said Mervis. “Our macarons, chocolates and pastries all use high-quality ingredients to elevate our guests’ taste buds and we look forward to welcoming everyone who walks through our doors to try it.”
Founded by France natives and mother-daughter team Rosalie Guillem and Audrey Saba, Le Macaron French Pastries provides an authentic French experience for Americans nationwide. Upon entering, guests are greeted with brilliant colors and a modern interior complemented with traditional music playing throughout the café. Offering more than 20 flavors of macarons, as well as seasonal flavors, the menu extends to include pastries, gelato, coffee, cakes, éclairs, and more.
“Mervis and Sara are joining a strong network of franchisees at an exciting point of the brand’s development as we grow to over 50 locations,” said Rosalie Guillem, CEO and co-founder of Le Macaron French Pastries. “We look forward to watching the brand grow in Cypress and provide community members with a ‘lighter’ dessert that has lesser calories than traditional American desserts.”