New High Tea Destination Set to Open in Brampton
People looking to celebrate birthday parties, bridal and baby showers and just general afternoons out are about to enjoy a bigger and better high tea option in Brampton.
Macaronz, the downtown Brampton macaron shop that’s known for serving the delicate French pastries and creatively (and tastily) adorned mini-doughnuts, is adding an additional 600 square feet to its shop and turning the new space into a High Tea room.
Macaronz owner Zanda Rodriguez told inbrampton.com that she’s been working on the concept for about three years now. While the shop currently offers high tea on Sundays, the expansion will create more room for diners and allow Rodriguez and her team to transform their current space to display more tasty wares.
Rodriguez said she’s working to have more baked goods, such as croissants and cakes, on display (think Paillard in Quebec City without the bread).
In terms of other changes, Rodriguez also said that customers will soon be able to BYOC. BYOC means “build your own cake” and it’ll allow customers to choose a cake flavour (say, vanilla, chocolate or red velvet) and then choose what flavours of macarons, doughnuts or cream puffs to top their cake with.
As for the high tea expansion itself, Rodriguez says it’ll be open for both private and public events and can be used for bridal and baby showers, tea parties, birthdays and general get togethers and gatherings.
The space should be open some time in June.
Stay tuned to inbrampton.com for more details.
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