Located next door to an oil change shop, you might not even realize this French import is even here, but take note, because they’re serving some pretty stellar breakfast pastries. The small, all-white space feels slightly sterile in a modern art exhibit kind of way, but is ultimately welcoming because the (very French) people behind the counter are as nice as can be. Skip the namesake Tropezienne tart and go straight for the almond croissants and baguettes.
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