pascal-berthoumieux

White paper covers the windows at Cafe Mozart at 600 Davis St. now, but when the paper comes down, the former coffee shop will reopen as Patisserie Coralie, the third Evanston outpost of French cuisine owned by Pascal Berthoumieux.

Berthoumieux already runs Bistro Bordeaux on Church Street and Creperie Saint Germaine on Sherman Avenue.

Chicago Magazine reports the shop, named after Berthoumieux’s daughter, will showcase the work of Parisian pastry chef Manuel Bouillet.

The pastry selections will feature macarons, éclairs, tarts, Napoleons, and madeleines.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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  1. Look out, Bennison’s!

    Finally! Some serious pastry competition for Bennison's (where quality can vary wildly).   

    1. Exactly!!!! We will be happy

      Exactly!!!! We will be happy to serve everyone with the best pastries. Ours pastries will be less sweet, more tasty with real fruits and flavors. Also all of them will change every seasons with different ingredients we will find on the market. All of the pastries will be 100% ARTISANAL…

      See you soon !

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