Last month we saw that the French bakery La Chataigne temporarily closed in La Fiesta Square in Lafayette and they have now reopened. They feature “freshly baked croissants, brioche, danishes, breads, and more made in the traditional French style”.
Back in April we learned that after 41 years the women’s boutique Specialtees would be closing by year-end in La Fiesta Square in Lafayette and there are only a few days left before they close on December 31st. According to a sign in the window their online shop will remain open. Check out their online selection here.
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The New York-based clothing store J.McLaughlin, which we learned would be coming to La Fiesta Square in Lafayette (next to Starbucks), opened last Friday. Find out more about their story (founded in 1977) here, check out their online selection here and book an appointment with a stylist here.
Considering its East Coast origins I’m not surprised it reminded me of Vineyard Vines with a preppy look. In addition to an expansive women’s selection there is also a smaller men’s section including swimwear, perfect for the upcoming summer.
Last week we learned that the New York based clothing store J.McLaughlin would be coming to Danville and according to the latest La Fiesta Square leasing information they also plan on opening in Lafayette where Art & Science of Eyewear used to be (who have since relocated elsewhere within La Fiesta Square). Check out the history of J.McLaughlin here and see their online selection here.
Last year we learned that the women’s boutique Specialtees Outlet relocated back to their main La Fiesta Square spot next to Mangia Ristorante Pizzeria in Lafayette and we have now learned from the owner that Specialtees, which has been in business since 1976, will close at the end of the year. Check out their website here.
A new bakery called La Chataigne has opened in La Fiesta Square in Lafayette where Cake used to be. According to Diablo Dish they plan on expanding “the menu to include both modern and traditional pastries.” The French style pastries will continue to be sold at the Martinez farmers market. I tried the morning bun you see below and the orange zest made this a real stand-out. One of the best morning buns I have ever eaten! I look forward to trying other pastries at this bakery. Yum!