La Madeleine has opened its first petite market and bakery at Park District in the heart of Dallas’ Uptown.
This new la Madeleine is a charming, modern extension of the beloved Dallas-based brand. The smaller format experience is readily designed to serve the Park District and Uptown communities seeking high-quality, unique, fresh food for their on the go lifestyle.
Situated within the Park District complex, la Madeleine has pedestrian access via Olive Street and the Park District Plaza. The bakery welcomes guests with a typical French blue façade and two relaxing shaded patio spaces. The interior transports guests to their daily French escape with charming Madeleine accents, art and French lesson details. Coffee and bakery service is conveniently situated near the entrance alongside the order ahead pick-up bookshelf. Guests can continue down the line for hot sandwiches, soup, salads and grab and go selections. A variety of interior seating caters to every occasion with single bar-height seats, banquettes and a large community table.
The menu features an expanded coffee program, fresh-baked viennoiserie, brioche breakfast sandwiches, quiche bites, premium salads, sandwiches, charcuterie boards, wine and new agua fresca mimosas. And of course, Guests can enjoy la Madeleine classics such as, croque monsieur, chicken salade croissant, Caesar salad, tomato basil soup, strawberries romanoff and fresh-baked viennoiserie. Appropriately, being in the heart of Dallas’ Park District, Guests are invited to fill their own picnic basket for an escape to nearby Klyde-Warren park.
All are encouraged to download the la Madeleine app. Guests who order with or scan the app during the first 30 days of the Park District opening will receive free coffee or iced tea daily from mid-August through mid-October.
Open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m for takeout, dine in and curbside at 2100 Olive Street, visit https://lamadeleine.com/locations/dallas-park-district for more information. Dedicated parking for curbside pick-up is available off the Olive Street entrance.