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  1. Anyone else had the pleasure of trying a Maison Kayser in NY or elsewhere? These places are going to kick ass. The baguettes are considered the best in NYC, and pastries -- financiers, eclairs, tarts etc -- are killer. http://maison-kayser-usa.com/
  2. Had an absolutely phenomenal meal at L'Atelier in Chelsea last week (and yes JoeH, I have been to the original in Paris ). Absolutely fantastic meal and experience and well-deserving of its two Michelin stars. Christophe Bellanca and his team are doing exceptional work and our menu was both interesting and rooted in French tradition. I think that L'Atelier is a bit overlooked in the busy NY dining scene, but this meal was roundly better than my last meal at the Inn at Little Washington (***) and at Per Se (***). Not cheap, but well worth it and the final dessert was right out of Mario Kart. Wine service was excellent and the list was not ruinously expensive. Looking forward to a return in short order. Menu below:
  3. Hi all! I'm writing to make you aware that PAUL Bakery, a 120 yr. old upscale authentic French bakery, will be opening up its US Flagship shop on May 2, 2011 in Penn Quarter. PAUL is an authentic family-owned boulangerie (Bakery Café) that delivers the highest quality, freshly-baked bread & pastries in a traditional French bakery environment. It will be open 7 days a week from 7am to 7pm. In Washington, our breads will include traditional baguettes and country breads, whole grain breads, and fruit and nut breads. We will serve the flaky, buttery croissants and pains au chocolat that you can normally only find in France. PAUL will also offer a wide range of sandwiches "“ that are made on baguettes, quiches, salads and soups to be enjoyed in the bakery or to take away. At night, you'll also be able to enjoy a glass of wine to accompany a baguette with cheese and charcuterie plate. PAUL will be located in one of DC's most prime retail/restaurant locations: 801 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, with its front doors opening onto the plaza of the US Navy Memorial, and directly across from The National Archives. A second PAUL store will open in Georgetown at the corner of Wisconsin Ave. and M St. later in the year. The opening of the PAUL stores here in DC are part of a joint-venture (PAUL DC VA MD Bakeries, LLC) which has been formed in partnership with the Capital Restaurant Concepts - the folks behind Paolos, JPaul's, etc. More info about PAUL can be found at http://www.Paul-USA.com
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