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  • Boulangerie Poilane

    Here are a couple of photos of the area around the Poilane bakery in St. Germain. It's in a nice neighborhood, with local shops and boutiques, and it is off the beaten tourist path. We walked from the covered food market in St. Germain and had a great time.

    It's true there were lines, but compared with other parts of Paris -- it was a local experience.

    Jim, here's a thought. We found Poilane at the local Monoprix foodmarket, Galleries Layfayette, and the St.Germain food market; as well as the bakery. Even great bread can benefit from distribution channels. :-)

    James
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    James
    You sure did visit a bunch of rather great places. What type of "Pain Poilane" did you enjoy!?
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    Dutch

    Originally posted by james View Post
    Here are a couple of photos of the area around the Poilane bakery in St. Germain. It's in a nice neighborhood, with local shops and boutiques, and it is off the beaten tourist path. We walked from the covered food market in St. Germain and had a great time.

    It's true there were lines, but compared with other parts of Paris -- it was a local experience.

    Jim, here's a thought. We found Poilane at the local Monoprix foodmarket, Galleries Layfayette, and the St.Germain food market; as well as the bakery. Even great bread can benefit from distribution channels. :-)

    James
    "Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that's creativity. " Charles Mingus
    "Build at least two brick ovens...one to make all the mistakes on and the other to be just like you dreamed of!" Dutch

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