November 28, 2013 · 7:00 PM
We're back at Thierry this week, because it was such a great experience last time!
It's tricky finding a place in Vancouver that (a) serves delicious treats, (b) is open late, and (c) is accessible to everyone both driving and taking transit. As I'm a busy gal, I wanted to continue our Thursday night sweet shenannigans, however I'm just too busy to locate and make arrangements with a few venue this week.
Thierry is a wonderfully decadent French patisserie that specializes in all things chocolate and yummy, including authentic macarons, mille-feuilles, cakes, liquid chocolate, and more. You can get a macaron for $1.95, however most of the items on the menu are pricier than your average bakery or coffee shop. In true French tradition however, they're also much more decadent.
Look for us sitting outside, to the left of the door. The staff should know we're there, however it's pretty easy to spot us as there's little seating here.
Thierry is a two-block walk from Burrard Skytrain station, and there's a lot of night parking available in the area. They're open until midnight, so if you can come later, please make a comment so that I can open the RSVP's accordingly.