Étiquette : Batignolles

Les Epiciers Modernes

An « Epicerie » in French is an entire concept. For some time now it has technically been the mini mart down on the corner where you can grab some milk that you forgot at the market and don’t have time to go farther. But historically, an Epicerie has been more than that. If translated literally an « épicerie » could be called a… Read more →

Cider and Sarrasin Crêpes Satisfaction

Guillaume, we call him the crêpe guy at the Marché des Batignolles, makes the most amazing crêpes. He sources his buckwheat flour locally to be a more eco friendly commerce, as well as to support other local commerce. Sarracuisine. Read more →

Le Petit Souk a Kid’s Treasure Trove

The Brand began in the north of France in 2005 by a husband and wife team. A bazaar boutique dedicated to fun and frivolity for kids, big and small. The branch on the rue de Levis in the Batignolles opened on 2017, and frankly it couldn’t have been placed in a better spot. Rue de Levis is a charming market… Read more →

Say Fromage! Batignolles Cheese Bar : Formaticus

It was a butcher shop until recently. It probably closed because of all the competition in the Batignolles covered market. And now this lovely address with an Art Nouveau façade is a charming little cheese bar and fromagerie. Formaticus. Formaticus has fresh cheeses to take away with you and savour at home, or on a picnic; or you can snag one… Read more →

best cookies ever paris

Comfort Cookie Craving @ Scoop Me a Cookie

Laura Petit, she has made just about the BEST COOKIE EVER! (Well almost. My mother’s cookies that sprinkled my childhood with happiness will still always be my favorite) but until they invent time travel and I can go back to those carefree days when the teddy bear cookie jar was stuffed with oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip pecan and other heart… Read more →

Superflu Batignolles Paris

Superflu is Super fun! : A Batignolles Boutique

Superflu, meaning : extra, not necessary, a splurge… Superflu in the Batignolles, emulates that little urge to splurge with a giant « S ». But when you take the time to really look around, everything seems so absolutely necessary! It is a boutique literally for the WHOLE family. Your chéri will not be bored while you browse jewelry, cute sneakers, home decor and fun… Read more →

Brooklyn in the Batignolles

Brooklyn Cafe, a new spot that opened up this past year in the Batignolles quarter, is every bit of that industrial-chic-Brooklyn-charm you could ask for from a café with such a name. And the burgers are amazing to boot! Plus, they have discovered that there is a clientele for gluten free burger buns, and so they offer that option on the… Read more →

Coretta – Trendy Gourmet Bistrot

Coretta is le restaurant Paris that will forever mark an amazing change in my life, the reintroduction of dairy into my diet. For about ten years now I have nixed dairy from my intake, and at all the restaurants I visit, I must always inquire about the lactose contents of the menu and carefully select accordingly which often limits my… Read more →

Pretty Paris – Crisp December

My dear readers, I hope those of you who celebrate, had a lovely Christmas… * It has been a while since I published some of my snapshots of my wanderings around Paris. In fact it has been a while since I wandered around with my camera. Time (that elusive fellow) seems so fleeting these days. Maybe it’s the fall of… Read more →

Havre d’automne – Fall haven

The Parc des Batignolles, in the 17th is a haven from the hustle and bustle that one often finds in that arrondissement. The other large garden in the 17th, Parc Monceau, can often be over crowded and the element of relaxation that one usually attaches to the city parcs just seems to vanish (like in the Jardin Luxembourg for example… Read more →

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