I promised myself if the *cool* front arrived and the lows were in the 60s,
I would walk into the village on Sunday and have crepes for breakfast.
And I did!
This is Sweet Paris
a creperie and cafe where
they are reviving the art of eating crepes
and no passport is needed!
I arrived early so I could take pictures without bothering other patrons.
By the time I was finished with my crepe and had read a chapter in my book,
Sweet Paris was filling up quickly.
It is very bright and cheerful with French music playing in the background.
They call the decor French Industrial Chic.
Love the chandeliers.
The mirror makes this small cafe feel larger.
This is THE FEAST:
two eggs scrambled, feta, ricotta and mozzarella, tomatoes, spinach, and mushrooms.
It was delicious.
They have breakfast crepes, sweet crepes and savory crepes.
If I have a quibble -- they don't serve hot tea.
Sweet Paris makes a promise:
For each crepe purchased, they will donate one school meal to a child in need through the U.N. World Food Programme USA.
"Eat Here, Feed There"
Thank you to the hosts of OUR WORLD.
Wishing you well and much joy!