Starbucks has decided to revamp its culinary offerings with artisanal French pastries. Beginning June 4, you'll be able to order a cup of joe and a warm buttery flaky croissant made at San Francisco's famed French bakery La Boulange.
The new menu offerings will be made with locally sourced and all-natural ingredients, Foodista reports. You can expect to see chocolate-filled croissants and savory croissants in flavors like ham and cheese, tomato and cheese, and wheat spinach. Starbucks will even offer a not-very-French-but-totally-American hot dog croissant.
You'll still be able to indulge in a variety of cookies, Danishes and blueberry scones. A hot new item? Molten chocolate cakes made with single origin chocolate from Columbia.
The new French-inspired menu will be available in the Bay Area next week and is expected to expand across the country. You can check out the new artisanal pastry menu here.
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