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Bread & Roses Offers Breads, Pastries and Eclectic Foods

On the Rue de Fleurus, in the iconic 6th arrondissement, a bakery called Bread & Roses has been offering chic and delicious treats to Parisians for the past 10 years. Carole and Philippe Tailleur opened their shop in 2004, and in 2014 they decided to expand the premises to include a tea room and small gourmet food shop.

From cheeses to breads to meats, Bread & Roses will now stock a variety of satisfying items that are authentically French. The goods not only taste good, they are showcased in an aesthetically pleasing manner that shines a spotlight on their high quality and delicious flavors. However, visitors to Paris can also discover delicacies from countries outside of France. Smoked salmon, spreads, olive oil, sardines and more are sourced from their native countries in order to offer patrons an exotic and artisanal selection.

Guests staying at the Hôtel de la Tour Maubourg can also sit down in the tea room, which has just been renovated, to enjoy beautiful pastries and a tea, coffee or hot chocolate. The can also take home a loaf of bread, which is the boutiques speciality. Using a range of different grains, muesli, corn and other ingredient Bread & Roses offers 24 kinds of organic bread, crafted in the classic boulangerie tradition.

Bread & Roses is open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until 7:15 p.m. With its location close to the Jardin du Luxembourg , it is the perfect place to visit before a picnic. Visitors can stock up on delicious and unique breads, cheeses, spreads, jams and even wine before grabbing a spot in the beautiful Parisian park next door. Otherwise, they can have a savory meal in the tea room of Bread & Roses, making sure to take a decadent tart or other pastry for dessert.

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