Bob’s Bake Shop: A Slice of New York in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement

by Casey Hatfield-Chiotti
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Casey Hatfield-Chiotti

Casey Chiotti is a food and travel writer who recently fulfilled a life long dream by moving to Paris. She has a unique talent for sniffing out bakeries like a bloodhound and is finding it both incredible and, at times, excruciating to be in the best bakery city in the world (she tries to practice some self control). She writes about a different pastry every Saturday as well as other recommendations for restaurants and hotels around the world on her website Travelproper. View Casey Hatfield-Chiotti's Website
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Rebecca Genet

My name is Rebecca Genet. I'm a photographer, drawer (in the sense that I draw, not that you can fill me with socks), writer and blogger, occasionally webmaster, food-obsessed and travelling every chance I get. I'm based in Paris but am happy to use the mighty internets to reach anywhere in the world and I'm available for freelance work. View Rebecca Genet's Website

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4 comments on “Bob’s Bake Shop: A Slice of New York in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement

This bakery is American style. Calling it New York style is insulting. You would be more hard pressed to find these dishes in New York than in the midwest or the south.

New York is not the center of the world, let alone the icon of the USA.

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