Eclairons, a new French pastry shop, opened in the former Bean Good space in Rosslyn earlier this month.
The restaurant, at 1737 Wilson Blvd in the Colonial Village Shopping Center, serves coffee and baked goods. Signs posted earlier this year, near the start of the pandemic, said it would also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A new sign above the front door says the business is now hiring.
Eclairons does not yet have a functioning website, but the business has started to post on social media.
“At Eclairons you can enjoy a fine selection of desserts, pastries, and coffee rarely found at other pastry shops,” says the restaurant’s Facebook page. “Eclairons is managed by Maurice Pastries — serving the D.C. area with the finest pastries for over 35 years.”
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