This NYC Sweet Treat Is Flown In From Paris Each Morning
Ready to go back in time to the 18th century? Once a wealthy art collector’s home, The Frick is more than just a gallery of paintings: every room is outfitted with gilded furniture, opulent wall finishings, baroque murals, and incredible antique light fixtures. It’s like Manhattan’s version of Versailles, decorated with pieces by classical painters like Vermeer, Fragonard, Whistler, Goya, and Rubens.
Macarons are ubiquitous in the city, but here's your chance to try a selection from the trend's originators. Flown in fresh every morning from Paris, Laduree’s macarons are truly some of the best. And if the tiny colorful cookies aren’t your thing, they offer a range of other handmade, beautiful, desserts, perfect for enjoying at their outdoor cafe tables.
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street, Manhattan
864 Madison Avenue, Manhattan