Brunch in the Parisian Apartment

One of the most alluring reasons to stay in a Parisian apartment while visiting Paris is savoring a taste of the French way of life. With a boulangerie, fruit market, grocery, patisserie, butcher and international market on nearly every block, it’s easy to gather the freshest, tastiest ingredients each day to create memorable bites.

It doesn’t have to be elaborate, though it can be, for us it was simple, fresh and flavorful. These are a few of the items we collected for brunch in the Parisian apartment in July. Pain au chocolate croissants,  café crèmes, asparagus quiche, juicy peaches, and fresh scrambled eggs for one morning. This was our simple, fresh, tasty le petit déjeuner in the Parisian apartment.

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Heather Lindstrom

Parisian Apartment Brunch

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Two of my favorite activities while travelling are shopping for fresh food and other non-processed edibles at street markets and visiting what we call hardware stores. Doing the former while staying in an apartment like Corey Amaro’s in Paris, where the ambiance so beautifully reflects local culture and history, makes it such a pleasure to eat “at home” that we tend to dine out only in the evening (and to picnic when we are not close enough to the apartment to return for lunch).


I love your idea of pursuing the ‘hardwares’, Leslie. We have done some of that out of necessity, when in need of an adapter or some such thing, but I will add that to my list. I’m always fascinated by the pharmacies when we travel. Lovely description of capturing the local flair when traveling. Have a wonderful holiday!! xx


I share your fascination with pharmacies when I travel. With French (and especially Parisian) pharmacies, however, I must know what I’m looking for before I go in, because I find the vast selections of skin care and other beauty products too overwhelming for browsing. What French skin care and other beauty products do you like to buy at French pharmacies? (A future post?…) Best wishes for a lovely Fourth of July weekend, Leslie


Looks like heaven!


Living in an apartment in Paris is a totally different experience, Jen. Loved it! xx

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