Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Good Eats - not all that "cheaps"

Some good eats . . . but not particularly cheap . . . but still good. Alright, this is just my own list of where's to go when jonesin' fo' some eclairs and choco-ssaints.

Le Moulin de Provence (Ottawa, ONT) - located in the ByWard Public Market. Francais pastries? Provence? Yeah. Grab a cafe while you are there.

Le Panier (Seattle, WA) - across the street from Pike Place Market (across is where the foodies hang . . . not in).

La Baguette et L'Echalote Vancouver Bakery and Pastry Boutique (Vancouver, BC) - Granville Island's ultimate French pastry experience. When here, I go to Blue Parrot for a cup of java . . . and even the occasional raspberry mocha.

Pacific Institute of Culinary Art's bakeshop (Vancouver, BC) - I keep hitting "La Baguette" but PAICA is the bomb.

Draeger's Markets (Bay Area, CA) - I know, you say "what the?!?!" Hey, this is the Dunkin' Donuts of low end pastries . . . and my what a nice selection of wine they have.

Balthazar Bakery (Lower Manhattan, NY) - Mo' betta' butter babee!

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