Patisserie Melanie Will Reopen in North Park

The Bakeshop Serving Parisian-Style Pastries Has Relocated to 30th Street
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Construction is underway ahead of Pâtisserie Mélanie’s reboot in North Park. The french bakery shut down during the pandemic and has relocated from Hillcrest to a spot on 30th Street near Subterranean Coffee and across from Saguaro’s Mexican Food. 

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The bakery specializes in delectable pastries by Chef and Owner Melanie Dunn, a French-trained pastry chef. Dunn started her shop from her home in 2018 with a small menu of baked goods which quickly gained popularity. 

Pâtisserie Mélanie is known for their variety of classic French-style pastries that you won’t find in your typical bakeshop. From classic butter croissants, to sweet or savory flavors. Try a chocolate pistachio sablé cookie, or a flaky cinnamon-cardamom kouign-amann. They also offer cannelés and delicate macarons in multiple flavors. 

What Now San Diego has reached out to Pâtisserie Mélanie for an update and will share information as it becomes available. Recent reports say the bakery is expected to open in Early 2022. For now, follow on Instagram to learn more.  

Jeannine Boisse

Jeannine Boisse

Jeannine Boisse (she/her) is a freelance writer and professional creative with a background in Radio & Television. Based in San Diego, you can usually find her exploring local breweries, trying new recipes, and listening to podcasts.
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