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Yann Couvreur Patisserie, a prestigious Parisian pastry shop, is launching its first U.S. location

A renowned Parisian pastry shop is set to unveil its inaugural U.S. location in Miami in early 2024. This new establishment, occupying a spacious 2,500-square-foot area at 2243 NW Second Ave in Miami's vibrant Wynwood district, was officially announced on November 20. Yann Couvreur Patisserie will function as a full-service café, serving breakfast, lunch, snacks, coffee, and a variety of desserts. The café's design, a blend of indoor and outdoor elements, is the brainchild of Charles Zana, a celebrated French architect and interior designer.


Yann Couvreur Patisserie, a prestigious Parisian pastry shop, is launching its first U.S. location

The founder and pastry chef, Yann Couvreur, expressed immense enthusiasm about introducing his brand to the American market. He remarked on the significance of sharing his love for French pastry and cuisine with the U.S. audience. This Miami location marks the beginning of a broader U.S. expansion and represents Couvreur's initial venture into developing neo-French bistro concepts, adding savory dishes to the traditional pastry lineup.



In addition to in-cafe dining, Yann Couvreur Patisserie will offer delivery and pickup services. The brand has already set up a U.S.-focused website for online orders, and catering services will be available. The Wynwood café will feature Couvreur's acclaimed specialties, like the La Merveille, a dessert combining meringue, salted praline butter, and chocolate mousse, and the Chouquette Vanille, a pastry infused with orange blossom and Madagascar vanilla cream. Prior to this opening, Yann Couvreur's delicacies were available at Julia & Henry’s food hall in Downtown Miami, which began operations in June 2023.


Since opening his first pastry shop in Paris in 2015, Couvreur has expanded to 17 locations. His culinary expertise was honed under the guidance of renowned French chefs, including Michelin-starred Alain Dutournier and Stéphanie Le Quellec. Following the Miami opening, plans are underway for another café in Coconut Grove and subsequent expansions into New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.


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