One of our favorite things are the odds and ends you can get in a New York City subway station entrance–from shoe shines to haircuts, flowers and library books. Luxury is becoming no stranger to this mix, and the latest addition is a macaron shop. Located down the subway entrance of the Rockefeller Center B/D/F/M on Avenue of the Americas and 47th Street in front of the 47th Street Diamond Exchange, you will find Beny’s Delice.
The outpost carries more than a dozen macaron flavors that change weekly and they bake everything themselves. It’s owned by Aaron Elbaz. And though a macaron is not actually “French for pleasure,” by definition as the shop windows state, we think the French would appreciate the subtlety of the humor, American style.
Next, read on for our 8 favorite macaron boutiques in New York City. Get in touch with the authors @afinelyne and @untappedmich.