St. Germain French Bakery, which operates its original location in Ponce City Market, is coming to the Westside.
Owner Heather Jourdan-Gassin has inked a deal to open a 1,500-square-foot location in The Interlock, an under-construction mixed-use development in West Midtown.
“We chose The Interlock project out of several other development opportunities for our brand,” Jourdan-Gassin in an email Wednesday told What Now Atlanta.
St. Germain, a “pâtisserie” (pastry shop), offers macarons, classic French pastries, and artisan chocolates.
Other retailed goods include candies, jams, kitchen linens, “vintage lemonades,” cookbooks, ceramics, cookies, and organic honey from France.
“Our products are made with the rarest and best ingredients by French pastry chefs and showcased in a curated environment of culinary gifts and Epicurean delights,” Jourdan-Gassin said.
The Interlock location will also offer as a barista program, quiches, sandwiches, other light bites, and “aperitif savory delights.”
Catering and designer cakes will also be available.
“Open all day and every day like a neighborhood French café, we say ‘oui’ to the Westside and look forward to opening our doors to friends and neighbors in a true Parisian style.”
St. Germain Westside is expected to open early 2020 on the street level and with a mezzanine adjoined the development’s planned boutique hotel.
It is the second-known tenant planned for The Interlock joining The Grove, a rooftop experience from Slater Hospitality Concepts.