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Leonidas’ fall-special croissant sandwich ($7.75) is filled with turkey, melted brie and cranberry sauce. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
The bakery’s macarons ($2.25 each) are made in a variety of flavors.
The pomme crepe ($7.95) comes with sauteed apples, caramel and cinnamon topped with ice cream and whipped cream.
A trio of Leonidas’ drink offerings, including a pumpkin spice latte and a warm apple cider.
The croque madame ($9.45) is a traditional French sandwich filled with ham and cheese and covered in melted Swiss, Gruyère and Bechamel cheeses.
Erin Yarnall, Contributing Editor
3:00 am CDT October 16, 2019
Leonidas Kestekides first made his name known on an international stage at the 1910 World’s Fair, in which the Greek sweetmaker presented his pastries to the world and won a bronze medal.