You Can Get All You Can Eat Dessert in Brampton This Weekend
If you love all things sweet - macarons, cupcakes, donuts, and beyond - you’ll be very excited to know that a special dessert event is coming to a popular macaron shop in Brampton this weekend!
Brampton’s very own boutique macaron shop - macaronZ - is celebrating its customer appreciation day with all you can eat dessert and super cheap macarons this Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Delicious…
It’s $20 per person for the all you can eat dessert, eat-in only, and you can get assorted dessert platters with either Mochaberry Coffee or Heavenly Cream Sloane Tea (the best Sloane tea in existence!).
Of course, seating is limited so you’ll want to book a spot ASAP for this rare and indulgent opportunity.
As for the discounted macarons, French macarons will be priced at $1.45 each for the day for walk-in customers only.
MacaronZ is the first authentic French macaron boutique in Brampton’s downtown core that offers 15 daily flavours and 44 rotating ones.
They boast high tea, mini donuts, cupcakes, of course macarons, and soon, macaron cookie dough. MacaronZ also makes buttercream cakes, and rumour has it, they’ll soon have a “Build Your Own Cake” option!
Go celebrate the weekend with some decadent and discounted desserts, Brampton!
This Saturday Oct. 21 is our Annual Customer Appreciation Day! French Macarons are $1.45 each (WALK INS ONLY) OR Indulge in our All You Can Eat assorted dessert platters paired with Mochaberry Coffee or Heavenly Cream Sloane Tea for $20/Person (EAT IN ONLY). Reserve your spot now! Due to limited seating, each seat is for paying customers particpating in our Tea Room Special or High Tea only. Maximum 2 hour seating time. See you soon! #macaronz #french #macarons #hightea #minidonuts #cupcakes #cakes #chocolate #profiteroles #favours #coffee #tea #downtownbrampton #boutique #brampton #mississauga #toronto #gta #brides #weddings #babyshower #birthday #baptism
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