Saturday, March 2, 2013

Rue Mouffetard - café-bistrot



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Café-Bistrot
Rue Mouffetard


On this chilly day there were no customers outside.  
You can tell from the windows, that they were doing a great business inside.


Do you just love the writing on the blackboard?
It is beautifully French.



Rue Moufetard
75005, Paris

23 comments:

Sylvia K said...

I do love it indeed, Genie! Another delightful post, fun capture for the day! Hope it warms up soon! Enjoy your weekend!
Hugs
Sylvia

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I do believe I know this bistrot. We used to stay down the hill at the Hôtel des Grandes Ecoles. Fascinating neighborhood.

Starman said...

Those prices are rather high for a local bistrot.

Cezar and Léia said...

If I were a duck I'd make sure to keep my distance... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Pierre BOYER said...

Une terrasse comme je les aime...

Pierre

Sim Carter said...

I love the peek at the people within. Very charming!

Dianne said...

I'll have the confit de canard thanks Genie ... what an extensive menu!

"All Things French"

xStroutx said...

I don't know what most of the things on that menu are, but I bet they're all delicious! (I just assume everything French is...)

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

I'm crazy about the French black boards and the penmanship. I've tried to copy it with no luck.

Stay warm and have a lovely weekend Genie. It’s nice to be able to get out and visit my friends again.
Sam

Connie said...

Well, it is Saturday morning and I am writing this while enjoying by morning coffee. How very blessed I am to have you provide the lovely atmosphere of a French cafe :)
Thanks,
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Murissa Shalapata said...

I used to hate writing on the blackboard. My writing would go from large to small and be on a 45 degree decline by the end lol.

If you have any suggestions for me, I am traveling to France in September and am featuring a giveaway where the advice I want to take most wins the giveaway. This month it is an art illustration of French wine.

The Wanderfull Traveler

martinealison said...

Avec ce temps gris et froid qui ralentit l'arrivée du printemps, je prendrais bien une bonne choucroute !
L'embarras du choix ici !...
Méfiance toutefois, je dirais lorsqu'il y a trop de propositions !...
Gros bisous

Paulita said...

I agree. How can handwriting be French? But it is. I think I would brave the outdoor seating right next to the building for one of these delicious meals.

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Such a yummy menu!

Mary said...

A warm, cozy cafe with a fabulous menu. :) Happy sigh...

Randy said...

I would love to sit there in any season.

Jack said...

French writing is so different from ours. Of course, in a few more years, there will be no script writing in the USA.

Alexa said...

It is special, isn't it? And instantly recognizable. And what I wouldn't give for some gratin dauphinois right now!

TheChieftess said...

A charming spot!!!

Vreni said...

More chairs... This would have also been a good theme day photo. The chairs are so Paris!

Daryl said...

egg with mayonnaise? non .... and i didnt know 'brunch' was french!

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PerthDailyPhoto said...

Brunch is my favourite meal, especially in Paris!