Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Charcuterie d'Auvergne


Au Sauvignon - Cafe Bar


It was just too cold to sit on the terrace
which is best enjoyed in warmer weather.


Madame may have ordered from the 
"Patisseries Artisanales" 
rather than the Charcuterie d'Auvergne.




Au Sauvignon
80, rue des Petits Peres
75007, Paris

12 comments:

Christina Andromeda said...

So so beautiful! Thank u for this image!

Joe said...

She may have surprised us all Genie and ordered the mixed grille.

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère Génie,

Une très jolie photo... Pour la charcuterie auvergnate je t'invite chez moi !...
Gros bisous ♡ ☼ ♡

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie,

Madame's crimson scarf is very jolly indeed. Yes, we can picture ourselves sitting at that very table and watching the world go by from the warmth of the cafe.

There is never a problem in finding things for a picnic in France if a charcuterie is at hand. So many delicious things to eat.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

How good would it be to be sitting cosy in a cafe in Paris enjoying pastry and coffee.. instead of sweltering here :)

Revrunner said...

Better indoors.

Nathalie H.D. said...

Very very nice photo Genie. I'm reacquainting myself with your blog after a long absence and I'm loving everything I see.

William Kendall said...

Quite a lovely place to sit in and have a bite to eat!

Alexa said...

Parisians never seem to mind sitting on their own in a café—though they do always seem to have something to read. Another way to tell who the locals are, since the tourists would be people-watching instead. :~}

RedPat said...

I would try both!

Danar O said...

I 'd like her to be my aunt in Paris! I would like to take me to give me some dance lessons with oldie french music.--- The glass window resembles her mind and reading thoughts. - Great picture!

Randy said...

Nice shot.