There’s a Sleek New Dessert Bar Coming to Flatiron Next Month
Can you hear it?
It’s the sound of sweet, sweet, dessert music, trickling out from a fresh Flatiron bakery.
Feast your eyes! The dessert bar known as Pastry Song has arrived!
Oh please— well, this is embarrassing; the proper name is Pâtisserie Chanson (that’s French, for my fellow rubes), and it’s here to introduce you to a whole new world of dessert.
Well that’s a bold claim; let’s see if it pays off.
This sleek eatery, brought to you by London native Rory Macdonald, will be serving up a panoply of pastries all day and all night, starting March 20th.
The menu centers on European treats, including such confectioneries as petit gateaux, eclairs, bon-bons, and house-baked bread along the lines of— are you ready?— cheddar-onion rye and apple-thyme brioche, as reported by the folks at TimeOut NY.
Ah, salivation my old friend, thanks for joining us. What else, what else is there?
A ritzy and edible exhibit named “The Art of Dessert!” (exclamation mine) will be downstairs. Black sesame dumplings, chocolate caviar and black-truffle marshmallows— and! and, wait for it— paired seasonal cocktails and wine to compliment each piece of art.
Alright, that’s a mouthful, but if you haven’t satisfied that sweet tooth yet, (and really, there are no end of sweet spots in New York: as seen here, here, here, and here), Pâtisserie Chanson is coming to town, very, very soon.
Pâtisserie Chanson is opening at 20 West 23rd Street on March 20th, and its dessert bar is following suit on April 6th.
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So check it out— you know, get some culture in your life. How often do you really get out to an art show and fancy bar at once, anyway?