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Pierre Herme or Laduree?
– Ptrique
Do you want to afternoon snack à le Parisien? Macaroons are your chicest bet. However, deciding where to get them can be overwhelming: after all, there are so many boulangeries, patisseries, and specialty stores to choose from! To help you out, here’s a list of the best places to satisfy your cravings compiled by the biggest macaroon addict in Paris, yours truly.
When you want crispy macaroons in souvenir-worthy boxes or a place to have them with tea, go to:
Ladurée
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75 Champs-Elysées, 75008 Paris
When you want soft, chewy macaroons in unique flavors and don’t mind dropping some cash, go to:
Pierre Hermé
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Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann 75009 Paris
When you want cheap yet very tasty macaroons on your way back from Shakespeare & Co., go to:
Maison Georges Larnicol
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132 Boulevard Saint-German, 75006 Paris
When you’re craving Chocolate macaroons and sleek packaging, go to:
Jean-Paul Hévin
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Lafayette Gourmet, 48 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris
When you want to enjoy your macaroons as Marie Antoinette, go to:
Angelina
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Parc du Château de Versailles, Petit Trianon, 78 000 Versailles
When you’re out, broke, and desperate for macaroons, go to:
McDonalds/McCafé
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Practically Everywhere
When you’re stocking up on macaroons for midnight binges, go to:
Picard
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51 Avenue De La Republique, 75011 Paris (and anywhere else lazy students reside.)
Bon Appetit! Let us know what you though in the comments section below <3

linda