The final day at Patisserie Delanghe

After 26 years of buttery croissants and sweet treats, today is the final day for Patisserie Delanghe. With no notice or fanfare, Dominique and Marie-Jeanne Delanghe will retire and take their delayed annual vacation to France. But while they’ll spend more time in their apartment on the Ile St. Louis in Paris, they will continue to live in the neighborhood.

Their corner of Fillmore and Bush will lose its French accent: The successor is a father-daughter team that will open the Fillmore Bakeshop.