Just over a year after closing due to market conditions caused by COVID-19, la Madeline is reopening in Lubbock.

la Madeline is the Dallas-based restaurant chain that brings a taste of France to you:


In the middle of a busy life, la Madeleine is a little piece of France you can call your own. Guests are encouraged to choose the la Madeleine experience that suits them. Sit and sip quietly by the fireplace or choose the patio and take place in what we consider one of the highest forms of French culture: the art of conversation."

In addition to la Madeline's brick-and-mortar location at 8201 Quaker Avenue, the eatery also offers catering services.

la Madeline opens each day at 7 a.m. and their menu includes numerous breakfast selections, along with soups, salads, sandwiches and entrees for lunch and dinner.

la Madeline has numerous locations in Texas, including in the Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso and Austin metro areas, plus locations in Lubbock, Waco and Tyler. Other states with la Madeline locations are New Mexico, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Georgia and Kentucky.

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