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Due to the on-going pandemic, the city-wide macaron crawl for 2021 has been cancelled, however some shops are celebrating in-store. See details below.

Macaron Day Pgh History

Macaron Day started in Paris in 2004 by the decorated Pastry Chef Pierre Herme. In 2010, the tradition spread to New York City, and has been taking the nation by storm, city by city.  In 2015, Gaby et Jules brought this unique tradition to Pittsburgh and has been celebrating ever since. 


 Every year on March 20th,  participating bakeries around the globe give one free macaron to every visitor, no purchase necessary! Portions of the macarons sales are then donated to a local food charity.

Join Us!  Every Pittsburgh-area bakery that makes macarons is encouraged to participate. Call 412-996-9113 for more information.

Celebrate Macaron Day March 20th 2021

at Gaby et Jules!

March 20th only

Visit our Squirrel Hill or East Liberty stores and receive a free macaron. Buy 12 macarons and receive a free gift! Help fight food insecurity in our community - a portion of our sales will go to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

About Anchor

March 20, 2021

For every box of macarons purchased that day, bakeries donate a percentage of the purchase price to the Food Bank.

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Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank feeds people in need and mobilizes our community to eliminate hunger. Every small box of macarons sold provides 5 meals for our neighbors in need!


JFCS Squirrel Hill Food Pantry feeds families in our community with nutritious, healthy, life-sustaining food.


412 Food Rescue's mission is to prevent perfectly good food from entering the waste stream by redirecting it to those who are experiencing food insecurity.

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