Ladurée Soho

Restaurants, French Soho
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Ladurée Soho

Modeled after the Champs-Élysées flagship, this downtown outpost from the famed Parisian macaron house functions as both a pastry shop and a full-service restaurant, with a 2,000-square-foot terrace and two private salons. While the shop focuses on the brand's confections, the dining room—decorated with ornate chandeliers and gold-trimmed curtains—offers French-accented dishes like foie gras with caramelized apples and smoked salmon with caviar cream and roasted pumpkin.


Venue name: Ladurée Soho
Address: 398 West Broadway
New York
Cross street: between Broome and Spring Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 8am–11pm; Sun 8am–8pm
Transport: Subway: C, E to Spring St
Price: Average macaron: $3. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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This place is expensive but really charming! The garden will make you feel special. Perfect for a family reunion or a date night!

Adam V

Really beautiful location, with a the pastry window up front, and plenty of seating throughout, as well as an open air courtyard in the back. The aesthetic mirrors the Paris headquarters, down to the signature green, and there is a full service menu on offer. The house specialty macarons come in a variety of flavors and live up to the hype.


The outdoor backyard space is GORGEOUS. Unfortunately on the day we went it was just too hot to enjoy the outdoors, so we dined inside. The dining room is beautifully overdesigned (and slightly stuffy), like a french dressing room from the 1800's. I wouldn't bring a date or any sort of male counterpart, but for tea/dessert it's really lovely. We happened to have a lunch, and the service was as french as its namesake suggests (otherwise known as glacial, or unhurried) but the food was REALLY delicious. I had lobster caesar salad (large claw chunks prominently strewn across the surface), and my dining partner had the salmon sliders (with deliciously crispy fries!). We'll be back for the back yard experience, for sure.

Maddie M

Went here to sit down for dessert after dinner around 8:30PM. Surprised to hear from the waitress that they were out of most of their desserts. It's like she wanted to close up for the day. So I just got some macaroons at the front. Had been looking forward to experiencing the sit down eating at this Soho location, but unfortunately was unimpressed. 

Ashley B

Laduree in Soho is a beautiful location that truly brings you out of New York. Completely reminiscent of the flagship Laduree on Champs Elysses in Paris! Same vibes and feel, same delicious cafe au lait and macarons of course. They have a busy take-out counter where you can take delicious desserts and macarons to go (I do this far too often)...they offer really beautiful gift boxes and they're great gifts to give (& receive)!!!

This location has a lovely outdoor patio which is shaded so you're not in direct sunlight. The servers are French and helpful with the menu if you have questions. Overall warm experience every time I've dined or taken desserts away.