Hanging out at the 'Nomerati's the other night and on pops an episode of Anthony Bourdain who just happened to be running around Paris. We were picking out places we visited as he traveled around and we could swear he ate at a place we did, or vise versa, but I googled it and no, it doesn't appear he did.
But the whole thing reminded me of the last day we were there and Ms. 5chw4r7z wanted to get breakfast at Breakfast in America, an American diner on the rue des Ecoles in the Latin Quarter. We better get there early, no don't worry no one gets up early in France.
No one but Americans craving American food. We show up and the line wraps around the block.
Drivers in Paris crack me up, notice the two cars parked back to back.
So we did what we did during the entire trip, walk a few blocks deeper into the neighborhood until we came across an interesting looking Patisserie.
And they're on the current issue of gourmand.
All kinds of drama and freaking out when I pull out a camera, so outside shots it is.
Like everywhere else in Paris the pasteries were lighter than air, melt in your mouth deliciousness.
Then we strolled around the Quarter munching fresh baked French bread.