Looks like a delightful place! I'd shop there in a heartbeat!! Wish I could!! Fun capture, mon amie, as always! Have a lovely weekend, Genie!Sylvia
I love that each area of Paris is unique and has it's own story to tell. Bon weekend my friend.
So charming and colourful, Genie! These places are so convenient at odd hours and for some food supplies on the run...and when you cannot face entering a Franprix or G20. Many times they are run by a Family with everyone involved...Papa helps you find the veggies you want, Mama rings you up...with Baby and/or le Chien pulling at her wrap whilst she is wishing you a bonne journee/soiree! Ah, Paris!
I can picture filling my French Basket with all kinds of fresh wonderful delights!xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
Aren't they nice, small stores?
Would love to have one of these outside my home :) :) Have a great weekend, Genie!Love, Kristin
What a cute little shop. So enticing.
Adorable little shop. Paris is full of these small markets making it so easy to run in and pick up fresh produce daily.
There must be lots of sweet and delicious things in that little shop to attract all the bees Genie, it just looks so enticing!!
It'a just the cutest little French shop with beaucoup des choses!Would I touch the fruit in this tidy establishment? absolument Non!!
I bet it's a beehive. Very attractive storefront.
What a darling little green grocer. Love the stripes. I would shop there!
It looks brand new! Very cute but you don't want to do all your shopping at these places. More like the French version of a 7-11! HAV
So sweet and colorful. My mother always took us to Farmers' Markets, even when it wasn't the cool thing to do. As a European, she needed her fresh produce, meats, and breads. So, each time we moved, she'd find the farmer's market, butcher, and bakery immediately.Have a great day ~ xox Alexandra
Stopped there on our last trip to get a Magnum White.
Always a treat to find a colourful nourishing oasis in the middle of a bustling metropolis.
Very useful little places in big towns!(I don't forget your recipe, don't worry!Ü)
"SUPERette" might be a bit of a stretch for this tiny place, but these stores do often have an amazing variety of things considering their size! The produce looks lovely too. I'm playing catch-up (work is beyond insane)—loved your dapper gentleman with the white roses!
Hello Genie,I love this photo. It looks like a painting with all the different colors of fruit and the lovely awning over the shop. Great photo!Kris
What a great picture. The fruit is so fresh, the colors so vibrant and the classic little sidewalk stand you see in France.
Jolie photo et bien cadrée!Bon week-end Génie.
Lovely little snapshot, Genie.
Maybe this is where they sell lottery tickets?
Lottery tickets are sold at the Tabac, Jack! =)
I love the word "superette"!
«Louis» visited this épicerie a number of times when he lived in the marais.;-D
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