This is a cute neighborhood boulangerie, and the bread selection, at first sight, is amazing. They also have a menu that includes crepes and quiches and salads. Two things that were a deal breaker for me after two disappointing visits: 1) the table service is terrible... we waited about 10-15 minutes before the waiter noticed us and brought us menus, and the restaurant was fairly empty. The crepe I order left much to be desired but was edible. 2) On a second visit we bought a multigrain loaf of bread and some croissants. Both were not made on that day, but they were not sold as day-old (and not at day-old bread prices). The multigrain loaf was super hard the next day and the dog ate part of it, and one of the three croissants we bought was super dry and rubbery.. the other two were fresher). They also leave their pastries and breads exposed without a spit guard-- it's unsanitary. So disappointing because it would be so great to have a good bakery in the neighborhood.
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