Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Le Pain Quotidien to Walnut Street

The Belgian-rooted bakery-cafe wants to put down roots here.

Le Pain Quotidien to Walnut Street


Le Pain Quotidien, the Brussels-rooted bakery-cafe with locations all over New York and Europe, is coming to Philly.

It's the name behind a zoning notice posted at 1423-25 Walnut St., right off the northeast corner of 15th and Walnut and catercorner from Butcher & Singer.

Developer Pearl Properties says this will be the flagship of a new Philly presence.

Hearing will be Sept. 21.
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