The Tea Trail
Decadence permeates the elegant tea rooms at Ladurée Royale (laduree.com). Ideally located near the luxe shopping district of the Champs-Élysées and the pleasant Tuileries Garden, the 19th-century salon is renowned for its pastel-hued macarons. A fire in what was originally just a bakery sparked a redesign: it became one of the first tea rooms in Paris to fuse a café and a cake shop, serving aromatic blends and professionally baked delicacies under one roof. Today, the refined atmosphere remains, and the extensive menu boasts over 20 teas, traditional artisan patisseries, and of course, the dainty and delicious macarons.
For Parisian chic, wear Pretty Eccentric’s Sable dress, velvet courts, and tear drop fascinator.
LADURÉE CHAMPS ELYSÉES
75, avenue des Champs Elysées