Most items at Tous Les Jour - donuts, baguettes, pastries - seem like things you could get at any bakery in the city. Even the name sounds like a neighborhood spot where you would go for your morning coffee and blueberry muffin. But this place serves French items infused with Korean and Japanese flavors, like milk cream baguettes and donuts filled with red-bean paste. The back of the bright space has a bunch of two-tops and stays open till midnight, so keep it in mind for a dessert stop after dinner.
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