The Buffalo News, March 2019
FOOD & DRINK For all of Buffalo’s food prowess, we’re not traditionally revered for our French pastries. Camille Le Caer is hoping to change that one baked good at a time. A native of Brittany, France, La Caer is the owner of Pastry by Camille on Hertel Avenue near North Park. Visit Buffalo Niagara reports he has expanded to a second location in the Market Arcade building downtown and plans to open a warehouse later this year where he will wholesale his sweets to local restaurants. The News’ Andrew Galarneau caught up with Le Caer and his wife, Alexandria, last June shortly before Pastry by Camille opened.
The journey of a pastry chef is to manifest joy and memories. Everything at Maison Le Caer is made with love and positivity. When it's shared with you, you will share it with the world.
Each morning our bakers and chefs prepare everything fresh. We offer a variety croissants, crêpes and galettes, tartes, cakes, eclairs, and gluten-free options. Pair any of these with a delicious Overwinter Coffee, or tea selection from Palais des Thés.
The space doubles as an art gallery featuring local, national, and international artists working in all media. Our goal is to bring you joy and culture, from our wall space to our pâte a choux.
Customize your event with unique macaron flavors and colors, mini versions of our desserts, or a crêpe station! We cater to your event and your dreams.
Contact us for catering or wholesale information.