French bakery and cafe, Margot Patisserie, has announced it will be closing this month. The lease is ending and “Our last day of sale is tentatively set on 5/22/22, Sunday,” reads a message on margotnyc.com.
The eatery will continue to take online orders through its last day. You can place an order here.
Located on the ground level of The Ansonia on 74th and Broadway, Margot has been a popular destination for its sweet and savory treats since it opened its doors in 1994.
Some popular plates included Margot’s Croque Monsieur; Smoked Salmon Toast; Avocado Toast; Zucchini, Tomato and Goat Cheese Quiche; and its Herb Chicken Puff Pastry Pie.
Sweets included cakes, pies, tarts, macarons, eclairs and more.
Zagat described Margot Patisserie as a “hidden gem known for its French artisanal style pastries and café menu for locals and tourists.”
This is sad news indeed…
Oh no!!!! They have the BEST pastries and such delicious soups….. 🙁
Why isn’t anyone picking up the lease???
I never like to read that a small business is closing its doors. However, the small lady that has run this place for the past few years couldn’t have been more nasty towards her customers. Read the Yelp reviews. I’m not sure if she was the owner or simply the store manager, but she definitely contributed to the downfall of this cafe.