Thank you for making Macaron Day Pittsburgh 2019 a resounding success!

If you participated in the Macaron Crawl, remember to turn in your completed passport to any Macaron Bar location by March 30th to claim your free tee.


Macaron Day started in Paris, spread to New York City, and is taking the nation by storm. Every year on March 20th, participating bakeries give one free macaron to every visitor, no purchase necessary!

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Macaron Day is really about raising awareness and eliminating hunger in our communities. In Pittsburgh, the event benefits the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.


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

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

KDKA's David Highfield learns how to make macarons.


Starting on Wednesday, March 20th, and running through Sunday, March 24th, a Macaron Crawl will take place in Pittsburgh. 
To participate, visit any participating bakery on Macaron Day, Wednesday March 20th, to pick up your free Macaron Passport. (Passports are available ONLY on March 20th and quantities are limited.)
Then, enjoy a free macaron at every participating bakery between the 20th and the 24th get your passport stamped at each one. Collect at least 3 different stamps by Sunday and receive commemorative Macaron Day 2019 t-shirt! Show your passport to claim your shirt at any Macaron Bar location by Sunday, March 30th.

Macaron mise en place at Gaby et Jules.


Gaby et Jules 

Oakmont Bakery

Macaron Bar

Le Macaron

Madeleine Bakery & Bistro

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!

Watch a clip from Macaron Day 2018

© 2019 by Gaby et Jules Patisseries et Macarons