Complimentary breakfast with all NYC weekend classes this winter! All group classes through April are now online for all 3 locations!
This specialty grocery store, located in Bushwick, has a full-service cheese counter. You can also find delicious coffee and plenty of French specialty products in their store.
This small company (often called the French version of Ben and Jerry’s) produces gourmet cookies, yogurts, and ice cream. You can buy their products and take classes at their Banana Farm store in Brooklyn.
Le District is a French marketplace (with restaurants and a bar) located in Brookfield Place. Dubbed the “French Eataly” of New York, this Financial District gem is the perfect place to have a casual lunch or buy a week’s worth of French groceries.
Tucked inside the historic Payne Whitney mansion, Albertine is the only bookshop in New York devoted solely to books in French and English.
Tucked inside the historic Payne Whitney mansion, Albertine is the only bookshop in New York devoted solely to books in French and English. As an integral part of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, the Albertine bookshop brings to life the French government’s commitment to French-American intellectual exchange.
Fact: the number one thing French people get homesick about is cheese and charcuterie. Campbell Cheese & Grocery is therefore the perfect cure for French homesickness. Their focus is on locally-sourced goods that highlight NYC producers and their cheese case features more than 100 carefully-curated cheeses!
Of course this bakery’s namesake pastry is its most sought after treat, but Mille-Feuille is also known for its delicious croissants (including a raspberry almond option!), puff pastries, and macarons.
Dyptique is the couture brand for all of your scenting needs – and conveniently located mere steps from your class. Not only do they have an array of arousing perfumes, but they also create their own candle line using an array of high quality of ingredients, bringing a luxurious feel to any home.
This Parisian chain famous for its extensive selection of breads and pastries has taken over New York! There are several locations throughout Manhattan, so excellent baguette sandwiches and croissants are always nearby.
Their flagship store opened in 1940 and has been serving Manhattan every delightful version of delicious fromage ever since. The fresh creations here are nothing short of art – from your sharp Comte to your smelly Blues. Don’t forget to sign up for special promotional deals with the Cheese of the Month featured service.
This is the brand that drives every Parisian girls crazy! Sezane embodies a typical Parisian style, effortless chic with beautiful materials, and affordable! There’s clothes for every occasion and the limited edition collections makes every purchase unique.
To find fancy French lingerie brands. If there’s one non food-related thing that the French do better, it’s got to be lingerie!