Breakfast

Breadlovers’ Paris: Our Top Picks in Montmartre’s Abbesses ‘Hood

The recipe to make a baguette tradition does not change much from bakery to bakery, but the care in the choice of ingredients, and the way that they are put together, varies a great deal. Here
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Where to Find the Best Brunch in Paris: Our Top Picks for Brunching in the City

Cooking breakfast is an intimate experience that requires great heart and attention; it is the first meal of the day. Your empty belly craves for
by Lise Kvan
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Holybelly II: Paris’ Favorite Brunch Spot to Open Second Location

Impatient regulars and time pressed tourists who took flight at the sight of long lines outside Holybelly, the 10th arrondissement restaurant,
by Emily Dilling
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Hardware Société: Paris’ Newest Australian-Breakfast Import

Hardware Société, a Parisian outpost of its Franco-Australian founders original Melbourne location, is the most exciting thing to happen to
by Emily Dilling
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DonAntónia Pastelaria: Portuguese Treats Along the Canal St-Martin

Among all of the trendy coffee shops and boutiques along the Canal Saint Martin, one new address is standing out from the rest. Forget croissants
by Bryan Pirolli
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Holybelly: A Favorite for Seasonal & Local Brunch & Lunch by Paris’ Canal St. Martin

Holybelly is unique restaurant with a killer brunch menu that occupies a special place in many diner's hearts. At their one year anniversary in
by Emily Dilling
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Le Poutch: Coffee, Breakfast and Brunch on Paris’ Hip Canal Saint Martin

Café Le Poutch may be new to the scene at Canal Saint Martin, but it’s already made 13, rue Lucien Sampaix its own. With a good soundtrack, free
by Lauren Sarazen
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Bob’s Bake Shop: A Slice of New York in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement

When he opened his first spot, Bob’s Juice Bar, in 2006, Marc Grossman says he was driven by a simple desire to bring a little of New York to
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Paris Foods You Must Eat – Part 2

I miss Paris – the gorgeous gray buildings, the bridges over that little river, the cranky taxi drivers. Oh, let’s be real for a moment; I miss
by Maggie Battista