patisserie

[puh-tis-uh-ree; French pah-teesuh-ree]
noun, plural patisseries [puh-tis-uh-reez; French pah-teesuh-ree] .
1.
a shop where pastry, especially French pastry, is made and sold.

Origin:
1760–70; < French pâtisserie, Middle French pastiserie, equivalent to pastis-, presumed Old French *pastitz pastry (< Vulgar Latin *pastīcium; see pasticcio) + -erie -ery

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patisserie (pəˈtiːsərɪ)
 
n
1.  a shop where fancy pastries are sold
2.  such pastries
 
[C18: French, from pâtissier pastry cook, ultimately from Late Latin pastapaste1]

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The hotel has a rooftop terrace garden and a lounge bar serving patisserie in the afternoons and wines in the evening.
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