The new Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie has opened in Epcot’s France pavilion replacing the old, yet sought after bakery that has served up coffee and pastries for years.  The new facility is is much larger with multiple service counters, a greater variety of food, and expanded seating areas. Les Halles is located in the former France gift shop, while the previous bakery slot will become an ice cream shop in the future. Per the Disney parks Blog:

The new bakery is “at least 10 times” larger than the former sweet shop, says manager Eric Weistroffer. Located in the space adjacent to the France movie theater exit, Les Halles Boulangerie & Patisserie offers sweets, soups, sandwiches, salads and authentic French dishes such as quiche, Croque Monsieur (grilled ham and cheese) and pissaladiere, the pizza-like dish from the South of France, this version with tomatoes, olives and Gruyère. The Lyonnaise salad is another classic, with frisee, bacon, eggs, croutons and light vinaigrette. Add pumpkin soup or lobster bisque for a satisfying meal. Plenty of choices are on the Disney Dining Plan.