A Manchester, NH-based patisserie now has on outpost in Boston. Finesse Pastries has opened a permanent stall within Boston Public Market and now sells its lineup of macarons and other French pastries to market-goers.
Finesse Pastries was founded in 2012 by pastry chef Chelsey Erickson, who popped up with her creations at Boston Public Market in November and December of 2016. Erickson later applied for a permanent space, which has made its debut in the market. During the pop-up, Erickson started tapping into regional favorites like Taza Chocolate, Crescent Ridge Dairy, and Boston Honey Company to produce new treats, along with her traditional offerings of French macarons and other items like cream puffs, cheesecakes, and more.
“The Boston Public Market affords us the unique opportunity to incorporate locally sourced and grown ingredients so that we can offer high quality, handcrafted French macarons,” Erickson said in a release.
For now, the macarons are still produced in Manchester, but Erickson plans to move production to Boston down the road.