Shopping in Paris- Rose Bakery Opens at Le Bon Marché

Rose Bakery Tea RoomWhile shopping at the Le Bon Marché, the venerable department store that’s a Left Bank institution, rest your weary feet at the new Rose Bakery Tea Room. Opened this spring in a chic, Art Deco-inspired space on the second floor, the Tea Room is the third Paris venue for the popular Rose Bakery- which has a cult following for its scones, carrot cake, fresh juices, and jams—all made from local, organic products. (The original was launched in 2002 by Rose and Jean-Charles Carrarini on Rue des Martyrs.)

Open every day except Sunday and holidays from 10 am to 7 pm; take-away also available. For more information about Le Bon Marché-- located at 24 rue de Sèvres in the 7th arrondissement-– visit www.lebonmarche.com.

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