Thursday, January 3, 2013

Le Moulin de la Vierge - III


Le Moulin de la Vierge


About a year ago I posted about Le Mouline de la Vierge 
and the great history of the boulangerie on Rue Vercingétorix in the 14ème.  


This second of four shops also has the historic building classification 
and is found on Rue Saint-Dominique.  
Of the four photos I took from this vantage point, 
there were seven other people seen coming/going through the doors, 
all with baguettes!


I should have made a purchase



Le Moulin de la Vierge
64, rue Saint-Dominique
75007, Paris
Métro La Tour Maubourg


18 comments:

Joe said...

Bon Soir Genie. A baguette, a little fromage and a spot of vin and I would be set. Bon Vivant J.

Sharon de Jager said...

A lovely pic, thanks for sharing. Will be keeping note of these great places to visit when I next visit Paris! Have a joyful day! Sharon

Malyss said...

What would become a french people without his everyday baguette?!!That's the only thing I really miss when I'm in a foreign country..

BTW, Bonne Année!:o)

Peter Olson said...

I was back in the Rue Vercingétorix area (rue Moulin de la Vierge, rue Decres...) and tried an excellent restaurant. To try next time you are in Paris!
http://www.tripadvisor.fr/Restaurant_Review-g187147-d719507-Reviews-Bistrotters-Paris_Ile_de_France.html

All the best for 2013!

biebkriebels said...

The shop looks so beautiful. I love those old facades.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

GENIE! BONNE ANNÉE! Anita

Shell Sherree said...

It's gorgeous, Genie! Love the gold on black. If their baguettes are as beautiful as their shopfront, it would be a sin to deny oneself...

M said...

I think I can smell the warm bread ... Beautiful building and your photo is so clear it seems you can look all the way inside the store! Miam-miam!

Cindy said...

I would love to stop there for a baguette! Nice shot- I enjoy seeing the window shoppers.

Cezar and Léia said...

wow baguette! :)
I think it's time to prepare some coffee!
Léia

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh what a great place to be; but in Paris, almost ANYWHERE is magical!

Genie, thank you for coming by !! I am on my way out NOW to deliver that dress! Anita

Starman said...

J'aime beaucoup !

Alexa said...

Shell is right, Genie—next time, go in and get yourself a nice baguette! (And next time I'm in Paris, I'm heading for that restaurant Peter mentioned.)

Kristie Franklin said...

I probably would have problems checking out all the various store fronts and would have had to stop in each to buy whatever they had available from looking in their windows! Ha

Randy said...

Bet it smells great! Love the lettering.

Jack said...

This is such a classical Paris storefront. It looks great.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Peter and I stopped and bought both pastries and baguettes in the boulangerie of the same name on Rue Vercingétorix. The interior was stunning as well.

Peter, I will have to try that restaurant!

To all: bonne année! I am catching up with my blogging. It has been a crazy busy holiday season with many parties, friends, and lots of family... the best! I can almost see what my house looked like before it all started!

Bises,
Genie

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» is delighted that he stumbled upon your post about Moulin de la Vierge!