A Casual French Experience Has Closed Down In Shreveport for Good.

La Madeleine is Shreveport's little piece of France. It's a great spot for a sandwich or a soup and you could enjoy lunch or dinner by the fireplace.

According to La Madeleine's Facebook page, the restaurant offers "Fresh-baked baguettes, handmade pastries, unforgettable soups, salads, sandwiches, and French-inspired entrees."

La Madeleine Closed Down Unexpectedly and Many In Shreveport are Bummed Out.

If you try to find La Madeleine on Facebook you'll see that they are listed as permanently closed. According to ShreveportTimes.com, there was a sign spotted on the door indicating that they are closed and thanking Shreveport for the patronage.

There Is No Clear Indication of When the Restaurant Closed.

La Madeleine opened in Shreveport in October of 2017 and they brought the first bakery of its kind to Shreveport-Bossier.

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