SUNDAY FUNDAY

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In honor of my favorite day of the week, I thought I would dedicate a post specifically to BRUNCH - because everyone knows Sundays are reserved for catching up on beauty sleep and mouth watering mimosas with a side of waffles. Here in Paris we definitely know how to brunch, and while many places are closed on Sundays in the city, there are those hidden gems that know my favorite meal like the back of their hand. I'm even including a € as a price estimate (one being the lowest).

Bespoke is a crowned favorite of mine. I'm a sucker for avocado toast topped with an egg over easy (go ahead, call me basic) - and their's is nothing less than délicieux. All of their ingredients are farm to table fresh so it's best to arrive early and avoid missing out on a great dish because someone else got the last egg of the day! The bloodymarys are truly one of a kind (I don't know what it is but they are insanely yummy) and I have on good authority that the breakfast sliders are just as decadent! 

Bob's Kitchen is perfect for the health conscious foodie like myself. I love this little joint because they have fresh pressed to order juices, along with an assortment of veggie and vegan options alike! 

The Rose Bakery was actually one of my first finds in Paris upon searching high and low for the tastiest vegetarian options in the city, and I am so stoked to have found this charming place! Their carrot cake is one of the many prized baked goods everyone raves about, and it really does live up to the standard. Everything is super fresh with a range of treats to choose from. I'm obsessed with their cakes and quiches! €

If you're gluten free then Chambelland is your one stop shop! Chambelland is a gluten free boulangerie with the most amazing breads, pastries, soups, sandwiches and more baked goodies - all GF and totally fresh! €€

Enjoy and stay tuned! I have a handful of new brunch places on my list to try in the upcoming weeks so check back soon for more of my favorite places to spend Sunday Funday.