It doesn’t really get much better than this.
This past spring and summer I have learned so much about gardening at Louis’s country house. I sure hope to have my own garden someday… what a dream that would be. But as this cold comes abruptly in, the tomatoes in this garden are not surviving.
Looks like we are moving into the winter goods.
What are your favorite winter veggies? What do you make with them?
P.S. This is the garden where Olivia had a field day and taught me some delicious recipes like this one and this one. Drooling?
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Café de l’Industrie just has so much charm. It’s the perfect place to take someone while they’re visiting Paris, and is great for almost any occasion. You can brunch, grab breakfast, a coffee, a drink, or have a 3 course delicious dinner with a group of 20 people! They have most traditional French dishes, and at a great price.
The interior is bohemian and fantastic, with vintage vibes and gitane touches covering the walls… I let my eyes wander. Animal heads and neutrals with such an adventurous look…. reminds me a lot of Cafe Gitane in New York City. The atmosphere is half of the fun, and it’s a great hideaway in the heat of the summer or a great stop in for a hot cocoa on the rainy winter days.
The restaurant has 2 parts, facing each other on rue Sabin, right north of Bastille. So don’t fret, when you see two different places with the same name… they’re the same place! And come on… how cute is their déco? Such personality.
Simple, charming, yummy… and so affordable! It was the perfect weekend lunch spot. Have you been? What do you think?
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Café de l’Industrie
16 rue St Sabin, 11th arrondissement
Metro: Bréguet Sabin/Bastille
#: 01 47 00 13 53
Wanderlust is a little social wonderland in southeast Paris on the docks of a big, green wonderful building (Cité de la Mode et du Design). Have you been? It’s fantastic. The photobooth that dwells there currently is like the one at Bonton. Both equally fantastic. These pictures were taken when O and I stopped by one of Rubi’s hair workshops.
To find out more about photobooths in Paris, you can check out here and here.
You can also read about this amazing Photobooth expedition in Europe.
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