Loudoun’s first Paris Baguette is open for business

The first Paris Baguette in Loudoun County officially opened its doors Wednesday morning in Ashburn — and plenty of people turned out to enjoy the shop’s baked treats.

The new restaurant — part of a large international chain based in South Korea — is located in the Bram Quarter development in Brambleton. It’s the first retail store to open there.

Bram Quarter is off Loudoun County Parkway at the intersection with Evergreen Mills Road.

The menu at Paris Baguette focuses on pastries, cakes, fresh baked breads, and sandwiches. They are inspired by both French cuisine and Asian cuisine and have both sweet and savory offerings.

The brand is moving into Northern Virginia at a steady clip. There have been locations in Fairfax and Centreville for several years now, and late last year, Paris Baguette opened a location in Herndon at the Arrowbrook Centre.

Now the Brambleton store has opened, and we have heard from franchisees that more locations in the region are being planned.

(Image at top: Brambleton)