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The Otherworldly Pastries of Rose Street Patisserie Are Coming to Selby and Snelling

Saint Paul lands another beloved bakery from Minneapolis

Chef John Kraus at Rose Street Patisserie
John Kraus is coming to St. Paul
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The former Starbucks at the intersection of Snelling Avenue and Selby Avenue will soon become home to another Rose Street Patisserie from world-renowned pastry chef John Kraus. Kraus is the owner of Patisserie 46 and Rose Street Patisserie, both in Minneapolis. He is also the first American to be inducted into Relais Desserts, a 100-member, exclusive organization of hugely influential and important pastry chefs.

The new location will sport the darling little desserts, eclairs and the famous croissants that the Linden Hills bakery has become known for, but will also add ice cream and sorbet to the line up. Kraus teases flavors will likely include mango-cilantro, salted caramel, vanilla, chocolate, and raspberry-rosé.

The cozy little space will have room for seating 25 with a few sidewalk seats likely as well.

Rose Street joins a lengthening list of Minneapolis businesses that are expanding to St. Paul including the recently opened Parlour, Salty Tart bakery, and more.

Look for Rose Street Patisserie St. Paul to open later this summer.

Vanilla lime bavarian cream, strawberry rhubarb compote and some other really tasty bits
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