About Us

Meet The Lady - Charlette

The launch of Lady Belle stemmed from her work to pursue purpose which calls her "To harmonize people, families and cultures by sharing culinary heritage." She was inspired by her grandmother who was a lovingly, detailed home chef for her family and passed on her love and craft to Charlette.

Meet The Macaron

Our Macarons

Our macarons are infused with Southern flavors that honor cultural traditions placing those flavors front and center in an internationally recognized pastry.

Lady Belle Macarons are not just a dessert, they symbolize a movement of crossing the cultural divide, inspiring unity one bite at a time!

Macaron Not Macaroon

Not to be confused with the Macaroon, the Macaron is derived from the italian word macarone (meaning the meringue).

Macaron History

Macaron making began in the 8th century A.D. During the RenaissanceCatherine de' Medici's Italian pastry chefs made macarons when she brought them with her to France in 1533 upon marrying Heny II of France.

By the 1830s French macarons were served sandwiched with fillings of jams, liqueur creme, and ganache. This type of macaron is recognized as the colorful Parisian that most many are familiar with now. Many other regions of France still make their own version of the macaron and are named after the region.

History Making Macarons

Lady Belle Macarons surpasses the standard macaron in the quality, intensity and variety of flavors we create.

In addition to our popular Parisian style macarons, Lady Belle also offers our own brand of signature macarons (Belle Bites) inspired from techniques of various other French regions, such as Amiens, St Emilion and Nancy, France. 

Our Belle Bite macarons made history by being the first trademarked macaron created by an American, who happens to be a black woman.

History was made again when our Belle Bite macarons became a Food Network winning dish on "Bake You Rich" in 2019.

  • 2024 Markets & Festivals

    Visit our Instagram page (@byladybelle) for updates and cancellations linked below:

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  • 2024 Markets

    • Fridays: Lilburn Farmers Market (May > August) Bi-weekly 4>7pm
    • Saturdays: Alpharetta Farmer's Market (April > August) 8:30 > 12:30pm
    • Sundays: Avondale Estates Farmer's Market (Year-Round) 10>1pm
  • 2024 Festivals

    • Brookhaven Cherry Blossom: March 23 & 24
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