November 30, 2010

One of My Most Favorite Photos of Paris. Ever.

Dubonnet Sign

I really fell in love with this little café in the 5th during our 46-hour whirlwind visit to Paris last week.
And this photo perfectly captures its atmosphere.

I love the color of the walls and the way the salt shakers are all lined up in a neat row on the shelf.
I love that they have books.
I love the sturdy glassware and that yellow Pernod pitcher.
I love the light fixtures and old signs decorating the interior.
I love the puffy gougères they serve with an apéro in the evening.

And I loved that they happily gave us their wi-fi code, as the Internet in our hotel was annoyingly en panne during our entire stay.  Pin It


Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Stunning photo. Diane

lesley said...

so perfectly french!


Chez Loulou said...

Thanks! I was very happy with how it turned out.

Oui, c'est vrai....

Holly Bruns said...

Sigh - gougeres in Paris. Lovely photo!

Cathy said...

Very nice. Thanks for sharing it, Loulou.

Aidan said...

great photo.

Brenna [fabuleuxdestin] said...

what café is it?

Pepe Le Pew said...

That is a great photo but all I keep thinking is, "Damn, that's a lot of salt!"

Chez Loulou said...

You're very welcome! Hope you're enjoying the holidays.

Thank you. I'm very happy with the way it came out.

It's called Verse Toujours. Nice little place.


wcs said...

Verse Toujours. That's my new motto!

Chez Loulou said...

They were heavenly! Light and flavorful. I would happily have eaten a pile of them for dinner.

I like it!

Paulita said...

What's not to love? I see why you were hooked. Another 46 hours?

Jonny said...

Quintessentially French - all of it - and delightfully so. Great shot - so good, you could probably sell it.

Chez Loulou said...

We crammed a lot into that 46 hours and it was great! :)

Thank you!