Maple Street Patisserie et Deli (3138 Magazine St.), the third restaurant in the Maple Street Patisserie (www.maplestreetpatisserie.com) family, opened in the former Artz Bagels space and serves pastries, sandwiches and freshly made bagels.
The original bakery, which opened in 2010, has expanded in the past several months with the launch of Maple Street Patisserie et Bistro (8300 Earhart Blvd.) in late May and an increased wholesale business. The deli offers an array of sandwiches — which can be served on house-made croissants, bagels, ciabatta, baguette or marbled rye — as well as breakfast sandwiches on its signature bagels.
Standout sandwiches feature hot pastrami (smoked in-house) and rare, thinly sliced roast beef (cured in house) served with creamy horseradish. For breakfast, brioche French toast, Belgian waffles and mini-baguettes with butter and jam all allow Maple Street's breads and baked goods the opportunity to shine.
Cases of pastries line the counters, with eclairs, bear claws and fritters ready to feed anyone's sweet tooth.
Maple Street Patisserie et Deli is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.