Jan 27, 2024

Paris Baguette Unveils 2024 Valentine's Menu

Paris Baguette's 2024 Valentine's-themed cakes.
Paris Baguette has revealed the bakery-cafe chain's 2024 Valentine's menu, which features a number of Valentine's-themed treats, including:

- Be Mine Strawberry Soft Cream Cake - A Strawberry soft cream cake in a heart shape topped with fresh berries and a "Be Mine" chocolate.

- Valentine's Red Velvet Cake - Red velvet cake filled with strawberries and strawberry soft cream, topped with fresh berries and a "Be Mine" chocolate.

- I Love You Chocolate Cake - A three-layered chocolate cake filled with chocolate buttercream, coated in chocolate ganache and topped with a red fondant rose.

- Valentine's Chocolate Ganache Cake Slice - A slice of chocolate sponge cake filled with ganache and chocolate crisp pearls, topped with chocolate ganache and a red velvet macaron.

- Valentine's Mochi Donut - A mochi donut frosted with strawberry icing and topped with Valentine's-themed sprinkles.

- Valentine's King Cream Donut - A King Cream Donut filled with strawberry custard and frosted with strawberry icing topped with Valentine's sprinkles.

Paris Baguette's 2024 Valentine's menu arrives at locations across the US starting January 31, 2024. They'll be available for a limited time through February 14, 2024.

Paris Baguette also reveals a number of deals for rewards members coming in February, including:

  • From January 31 through February 11, 2024 - Get 2X Points on all Valentine's Day products purchased.
  • On Random Acts of Kindness Day, February 17, 2024 - Buy one pastry, get one free.
  • On Leap Day, February 29, 2024 - Get a $0.29 Medium Hot or Iced Coffee with any purchase.

Paris Baguette is a multi-national bakery-cafe chain that originates from South Korea, which it is the #1 bakery chain. It has about 100 locations in the US with more on the way (they have a rather ambitious goal of 1,000 US locations by 2030).

Photo via Paris Baguette.

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