Man, good news. And Duchêne is in there, definitely my favourite in that list (regulars konw I proudly despise Hermé. That said, he's worth checking out... for free). And so close...
I'm glad Herme exists. I'm not a fan, but it's perfect for some cravings. A bit like being thankful for McDonald when hungover on a Sunday.
I agree. He's a drug dealer.
"A bit like being thankful for McDonald when hungover on a Sunday."
O don't do that. Next time you have a hangover on a Sunday, have a wonton soup at Mirama on rue St Jacques.
Or a Pho at Pho 14.
Which are unfortunately not 200m from home. I'm already particularly lazy when in good shape, so...
So, if I'm going to drag myself all the way down to Glaciere for macarons what other fun nibbles are in the area that I can take home?
Larher, baby -- see http://www.jourdumacaron.com/Paris.html
<Free macarons in Paris on March 20 >
and also in New York! ;)
Where in New York???
Dude, click on the link Mangeur gave you.
François Chocolate Bar (François Payard)At Mauboussin Jewelry - 714 Madison Ave. 4th floor New York, NY 10065Tel : (212) 759-1600
also all the Maison du Chocolat locations.
Jour du Macaron 2011: March 20 again (J.P. Hévin: March 19).
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