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Paris
Has The Best
Bakeries

Where are the Best Bakeries in Paris?

Maison Kayser

Though they produce tons of different breads, the main draw here is the croissant which is buttery goodness.

14 Rue Monge Fifth Arr. Paris, France (Map)
Poilane

Poilane has been open since 1932, so you'd figure they have this bread baking thing down. They is that classic boulangerie you see in the movies with the giant oven and tons of beautifully shaped breads for sale. They also do sandwiches at lunch, which aren't to be missed.

8 Rue du Cherche-Midi, Sixth Arr. Paris, France (Map)
Gosselin

Well, they won the Grand Prix for the city's Best Baguette in Paris award. Not to mention the fact that they supply bread to the Elysée Palace. So yeah, yeah.

125 Rue St.-Honoré, First Arr. Paris, France (Map)
Moulin de la Vierge

This place is off the beaten path, but is the real deal and worth seeking out. Grab a brioche or a baguette.

166 Ave. de Suffren, 15th Arr. Paris, France (Map)
Au Panetier

Great sourdough and other baked treats from a wood fired oven that's over 100 years old.

10 pl des Petits-Peres, 75002, Paris, France (Map)