A macaron-focused chain with locations all over the United States, including New York City, opens its latest outlet this weekend in Greenpoint. Taking over the former Lunchbox sandwich shop space on Norman Avenue, Woops Bakeshop has its soft opening this Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The chain sells colorful macaron in flavors like lemon poppy, red velvet, peanut butter and Nutella. While the delicate French cookies, sold individually or in pretty mix-and-match boxes, are a big draw, larger triple chocolate cookies and the cafe's selection of hot drinks like chai lattes are also popular. This location will also serve sandwiches, along beer and wine, the first Woops to do so.

In February of 2016, the Williamsburg location of Woops caught fire, shuttering the bakery and injuring five people. The damage has since been repaired and the Driggs Avenue location is now reopened.

Update: This franchised location will be run by Michelle Irizarry and Monserrate Irizarry, local Greenpoint residents. "Baking will be done on-site and some baking will be done at our bakery in the Bronx," Michelle Irizarry told Gothamist. "Since our macarons take many days, they will be done at our bakery by our pastry chef. However, everything else will be baked on-site."

120 Norman Avenue, Greenpoint; bywoops.com