While we’re always sad to see businesses closing down, there’s something that makes it even more sad when it’s happening during these crazy times. It’s just been revealed that popular French bakery, Butter Avenue in Toronto has just closed down its Queen Street West storefront.
Known for its delectable French macarons, Butter Avenue had been situated near Queen & Spadina for almost 5 years.
“Thank you for the love and support for our Queen & Spadina location throughout the years. We’ve been blessed with the most amazing customers in one of the coolest neighbourhood in Toronto,” reads an Instagram post.
There’s no word on if the bakery’s closure is a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic that’s been affecting countless brands and businesses.
While this news is certainly a bummer if you frequented Butter Avenue’s Queen West space, you can still get your fill of pastries and treats from its Markham headquarters through contactless delivery or pick-up. If a trip way uptown isn’t in the cards, you could always pay Butter Avenue’s sister store, Butter Baker, a visit.
Plus, the Instagram post reveals that “new macaron flavours and dessert creations will be revealed online soon.”
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