Paris Baguette, the world-famous South Korean bakery and cafe is planning to expand into the Las Vegas market in the near future, with four new locations to be added to the current one on Spring Mountain Road.
“We’ve signed more than 71 franchise agreements this year and are on track to meet our goal of 100 franchise agreements signed by the end of September,” Mark Mele, Chief Development Officer at Paris Baguette America, told What Now Las Vegas in an email this week. “We’re a strong brand with global recognition and we’re only getting stronger.”
The bakery chain serves up a wide variety of baked goods, with pastries both sweet and savory, cakes, breads, baguettes, croissants, and sandwiches, alongside coffees, teas, and seasonal beverages.
Mele said four restaurants were planned for the market but declined to comment on specific locations and hinted towards possibilities of still further expansion.
“Paris Baguette’s dedication to making sure every crumb of baked goods, wisp of cake frosting and drop of coffee spreads joy makes our bakery cafes the ideal setting for communities to gather with the simple pleasures of a freshly made baked good,” Mele said. “In Las Vegas, the potential for Paris Baguette is endless.”
What Now Las Vegas was unable to reach Las Vegas franchisee Helen Kim for comment at this time.