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Paris' Best Boulangeries

Jean-Marie Del Moral Outside Poilâne, on Rue du Cherche-Midi.

Photo: Jean-Marie Del Moral

When it comes to iconic baguettes, flaky croissants, and melt-in-your-mouth pains au chocolat, the French capital delivers....just follow our guide for finding—and tasting—the best in the city. Read the article

Destinations: Paris

Themes: Food + Drink · Shopping

Inspired by: Best Bakeries in Paris — by Linda Dannenberg, Published Jan. 2007

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    Pain D'Épis

    Pain d'Epis remains true to its name, which means wheat stalk bread. This archetypal Parisian boulangerie is a mainstay on Avenue Bosquet, where ow

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    La Flûte Gana

    It's all in the family at this brightly lit corner bakery in the Gambetta district that's named after founder Bernard Ganachaud's own la flûte gana

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    Boulangerie Bechu

    A striking Art Deco boulangerie complete with starburst light fixtures, 1930’s mirrors, and curved display cases, Boulangerie Bechu, in the heart o

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    Moulin de la Vierge

    Head baker Basile Kasir utilizes stone-ground organic flour and forms each loaf by hand at Moulin de la Vierge, a popular boulangerie in the Ile de

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    Gosselin

    Philippe Gosselin learned the art of baking from his father and hails from a family of bread artisans. Since 1989, his boulangerie-pâtisserie has c

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    Poilâne

    The establishment of an aspiring baker from Normandy has flourished in the Latin Quarter since 1932. Wanting to perfect the art of Sourdough bread

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    Le Boulanger de Monge

    The long line down the sidewalk in front of this Latin Quarter bakery says it all: Boulanger de Monge is a local favorite. Fastidious bread bakers

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    Maison Kayser

    Craftsman boulanger Eric Kayser’s flagship store in Paris opened its doors in 1996. Inside, walls of freshly baked artisan breads and colorful tart

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