What we love…
- Starting our day with early morning croissants from the bakery at Bouchon is a sure-fire way to keep us smiling until lunch.
- Thomas Keller is well known for his outstanding French restaurants French Laundry and Per Se, but for something a little more on the casual side we like Bouchon.
- The Bakery sells sandwiches and pastry to-go so there's no need to sit to sample the goods if you're pressed for time.
- The cafe is a great stop for a light lunch where you can get delicious soups, sandwiches, and salads that will make you feel as though you're noshing in Paris. Try the two or three course prix fixe menu at $25-29, or skip the formality, put on your best French accent, and order up a Croque Madame—just save room for dessert.