The French bakery business expands thanks to community support during pandemic

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Not many small businesses will still be open when we come out on the other side of this pandemic. But we’re happy to announce that our Southern Nevada community has truly supported a European couple’s French bakery business and their expansion efforts.

There is a special key to success if you open your second business in the southeastern part of the city during COVID and plan to expand with a third in the southwest.

In August 2017, Carmen Barbur and David Gazzano opened Le Cafe du Lac in the picturesque Lake area of ​​Las Vegas.

“We knew when we opened our first location that there would be several,” Barbur said.

The second location, Le Cafe du Val, opened in the heart of Green Valley Ranch a few months after the pandemic. It offers fabulous French cuisine, such as Black Forest ham and Gruyere cheese galette, sandwiches and crepes.

“Very successful”, Gazzano advertised.

But it wasn’t long before the pandemic forced them to close.

“We didn’t know if it would be a month, three months, a year,” Gazzano said. “We were just in the dark.”

They adapted quickly, allocating a larger budget to take away food….
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