After strolling through the Jardin du Luxembourg , keep right on walking to Bread & Roses, a wonderful bakery and deli-cafe ... More
Bread & Roses
After strolling through the Jardin du Luxembourg , keep right on walking to Bread & Roses, a wonderful bakery and deli-cafe just west of the gardens. Bright and modern yet unmistakably French, this friendly cafe is the perfect place to unwind and taste some of the finest breads, savories and patisseries the city has to offer. Try the spinach-ricotta quiche or artichoke salad, and afterwards, go for the banana Crème Brulee tart or pear-ginger cake. And definitely don't forget about the breads. No matter whether it's an olive loaf, dried fruit bread, or an organic multi-grain baguette, you'll love its flavor and quality.
Young professionals and well off students make up the bulk of this trendy cafe clientele. The room is open onto
the boulevard and furnished with velvet upholstered chairs. You can sit outside even when it's cold, thanks to big ...
A historic landmark in Paris since 1890, this cafe was a favorite of many great 19th century writers and artists.
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre always took his coffee and croissant on the terrace. These days you can drop ...
Les Deux Magots legendary terrace has long been the meeting point for great writers and thinkers in Paris . Ernest
Hemingway regularly popped up at the bar, and it's no wonder that Paris's best bookstore set up shop next ...