Twitter and Chowhound yesterday when he provided a “supersaturated tip-off” that Ladurée, the hugely popular macaron shop from Paris, would be opening a Toronto location next year. So is it actually happening?">

Despite Twitter buzz, Ladurée has no solid plans for a Toronto location — yet


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National Post columnist Shinan Govani spurred some waves of excitement on Twitter and Chowhound yesterday when he provided a “supersaturated tip-off” that Ladurée, the hugely popular macaron shop from Paris, would be opening a Toronto location next year. So is it actually happening?

“Right now, it is a no,” says Jason Noda, a representative of Céline Kaplan PR, the company in charge of Ladurée’s U.S. publicity. “The possibility for Toronto is open, but we are not opening anything at the moment. It’s nothing more than talk.”

At least there’s always Nadège Patisserie.

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