Linden Hills’ Rose Street Patisserie, the sister business to Patisserie 46, will extend across the river with a new St. Paul location this summer. The new location at the corner of Selby and Snelling will offer savory tartines, ham-and-cheese baguettes and croissants, and quiche, as well as sweet viennoiserie (breakfast pastries) including pain au chocolat, almond croissants, seasonal danish, gibassier (bread with candied fruit), and kouign-amann (breakfast cake).
“As a bakery we constantly search for new neighborhoods where we can put down our roots,” said Elizabeth Rose, Rose Street CEO. “We have found that neighborhood in St. Paul, and we’re sure it will be a great addition to our family.”
The new spot, previously the Starbucks across the street from O’Gara’s, will be undergoing a complete renovation. Once open around mid-summer, the space will have indoor and outdoor seating, as well as options for takeaway. In addition to top notch pastries, the new shop will also be scooping an assortment of ice cream and sorbet, including mango-cilantro, salted caramel, vanilla, chocolate, and raspberry-rose.
“It’s the beginning of a beautiful relationship. We’ve got more exciting plans coming soon,” reveals chef and owner John Kraus. “This year is all about bringing our best to loyal fans and introducing ourselves and our offerings to new audiences. St. Paul, we’re looking forward to spending time with you!”