Who Doesn't Love a Chocolate Croissant?!

Last year I had a chocolate croissant and just haven't been able to forget it - I just now got back for another one. Where did I go? Cafe De Paris - it's on Garfield near the library.

It's a very small little place with a nice diner counter and a handful of tables. During the spring/summer there are a couple of tables outside as well.

The artwork is really cool and a nice variety.

My friend got one of the "french" sandwiches - he was very happy with it. We did think it was odd it didn't come with a few chips or something. Lots of fresh veggies and unique toppings. I wish I had taken a photo of the menu! They don't have a website...

I decided on a veggie panini sandwich (yes an Italian sandwich at a French place - oh well - it sounded really good). It was delicious!!!! I also got a side of hummus that was equally as delicious and served as a nice dip for the sandwich.

Then for dessert - the chocolate croissant. Delicious! Fresh, warm and buttery - delicious!

It's a bit far of a walk from the other side of downtown where I work - but it's a definite delight when I get over there!

Why Should You Go? It's a very cute little place and so nice on a warm day - and those days are just around the corner! Plus - the hummus and croissant alone make a great lunch!

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  1. Trader Joe's sells frozen chocolate croissants that are amazing! They have to proof overnight though, so you have to plan ahead a bit.

    just found your blog. :)

  2. If you ever want a chocolate croissant on the weekends - Shadeau Breads makes a wonderful one. Its fresh and totally heavenly when you heat it up a little in the oven. Anything you get there will be wonderful, but definitely try the choc croissant!

  3. This looks rather interesting. And the chocolate croissant is to die for. I love this post!

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