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Catandmat: Thank you for your comments. After reading all of the replies, we will definitely be making a special trip to Mulot. And your advice re lunch seems dead on.
Sui Mai: Sounds like we should have no problem finding Berthillon ice cream!
We just learned about Be Boulangepicier. The Kayser/Ducasse combo sounds unbeatable. Has anyone been there before?
Thank you to everyone for your well-wishes and great recommendations. Mulot sounds heavenly, and we will definitely make a trip (or two!) there to indulge ourselves. And the other recs - Galerie Lafayette, Amarena, Angelinas and Fromagerie 31 - all sound wonderful also. We've jotted everything down, and are pretty much ready to hit the ground running in Paris.
Yeah, with exception to lunch at Le Jules Verne, we were going to try to keep lunches on the lighter side (falafel, tartines, baguettes, etc.), just so we don't burn ourselves out. We've taken a lot of joy in planning this trip, and we really appreciate all of the tips and advice.
Question: We heard rumors that Berrthillon is closed at some point during August, and possibly July. It looks like the summer holiday is primarily in August, so we figured we'd be ok, but wanted to check with everyone if they've had any experiences with closings in July.
Again, thank you, thank you. We'll report back after the wonderful honeymoon.
We also plan to grab baguettes at Eric Kayser. We've heard nothing but fantastic things about the baguettes there.
Hi. We are honeymooning in Paris in early July. It is both of our first trips to Paris, and we both really love and appreciate good food. After much research, we have come up with a food itinerary. We'd be happy to get feedback on our choices.
We'll be in town Monday also...any lunch suggestions welcomed!
As for indulgences, we plan to make stops at Laduree and Pierre Hermes for macarons and pastries. Some breakfast ideas include Pâtisserie Viennoise and Breizh Cafe.
Thanks in advance for any comments. We'd love to report back on our trip...pictures also!
I have a trip planned to Portsmouth later in the month, and my very well-behaved puppy will be joining me. Does anyone know of restaurants in Portsmouth with outdoor seating that are dog friendly? No restrictions on type of food or anything - just looking for a place that wouldn't mind a little four-legged company.
Also, if we wanted to do a picnic, are there any parks in Portsmouth that are dog friendly?
Thanks in advance.