Alexandra’s Macarons Opens and More Seattle Food News You Can Use This Week: October 30, 2020 Edition – Slog

The macaron store Alexandras Macarons opened a stationary cafe in the Central District this week.

The macaron store Alexandras Macarons opened a shop café in the Central District this week. Alexandra’s macarons
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This week, Alexandras Macarons opened its new stationary café in the Central District. El Gaucho plans to reveal its massive new flagship location. The owners of Capitol Hills Craft Cocktail and Charcuterie Destination Cure Cocktail have launched a new Hawaiian and Filipinx BBQ area. Bastille is also opening a new chapter as the trendy Café Sabine, and Jack’s BBQ is expanding into a new location. Read on for all of that and more updates on the food world. For more inspiration, check out our complete food and drink guide, including our guide to food, drink and events for Halloween.


Alexandra’s Macarons and Cafe
Alexandra Greenwald’s store, a well-known farmer’s market company known for its pink Gertrude VW bus and imaginative French-style macarons, opened its first stationary location in the Central District on Saturday, October 24th Double Chocolate Sea Salt, Chambord Raspberry, Spooky Salted Caramel, Golden Milk, Pumpkin Spice White Choco-Latte and Earl Gray Tea. Other menu options include guava and cheese pop tarts and seasoned apple and peach pop tarts, loaves of country bread, pizza dough balls, macaron ice cream sandwiches, and cookies to take away and bake.
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