Delicious pasteries. Wish I could sample them all. Great location near the center of the French Quarter.
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My mother and I stopped in for breakfast the day we were leaving NOLA in October 2016. The croissant sandwich was delicious, and the service excellent. My only regret is I will no longer be able to eat there due to food intolerances (dairy/gluten) but...More
The coffee and the pastries are amazing. My favorite is their almond croissant. I like to stop by here every morning to relax before the busy day ahead.
I've been reading reviews on this place for years and on this trip I made it a priority to start our day here. My nephews and I drove about 2 hours from Mobile, AL and arrived in the French Quarter around 10 am on Thursday...More
Traditional French pastry and coffee of the port city! Memories for special occasions happen when you start your day here. Food, ambiance, people, this is where you go for a pastry when in New Orleans. I used to eat here as a child, the beauty...More
It was convenient that this place was across the street from our hotel. But more than convenient, it was delicious! I loved their cafe at lait. The selection of pastries was large. There were several flavors of croissants as well as quiches, danishes, French pastries,...More
Second time I have been here and both times felt cold and unwelcoming. This time had pate in a baguette which was OK.
This shop is off the usual tourist routes, but still firmly in the French Quarter. One of its entrances still has the old "Ladies Entrance" mosaic in the pavement. The staff were friendly, the pastries and quiches we tried were excellent. Even the lemonade was...More
We found out this was a bit of a secret and came here for breakfast one morning. They make all pastries fresh every day. They were really super. Only detraction was that the staff was not very friendly. Really unhelpful. We wanted chocolate croissants and...More
This little shop has wonderful pastries that you can smell from the street. It also has history as it used to have separate entrances based on gender - you can see the ladies entrance in the picture. We did take out and enjoyed our cafe...More