Simply put “our friends who travel to Europe a lot said this reminded them of a French pastry cafe in Paris” Yes the atmosphere set you in France and the menu looked European but the bid deal is the variety of French pastries that get...More
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In the heart of the historic district of Durango, an outpost of Paris. I can't comment on much besides the terrific vrai francais decor and a delicious cafe au lait and croissant. My only gripe is that it was overpriced, $8.95. Not a place for...More
Stopped in for both breakfast and again later for a drink. Both times a treat. Very attentive staff. Wonderful decor and atmosphere with the added treat of a wonderful piano player in the evening. Not to be missed while in Durango.
We were visiting Durango and walked by this cute and quaint little restaurant/bakery. The menu looked great so we settled here. We were seated and immediately our server greeted us. Our food was delicous and the portions were generous and prepared perfectly. Could have shared...More
The food is authentic and served in a French decorated cafe. Of course,the croissants are a must-have! The quiche was the best-seasoned & airy. I would eat here every day & probably weigh 500 lbs.!
My husband and I stopped here for breakfast after leaving Mesa Verde for Albuquerque. It is on a corner of Main Street near the Hotel Strater. Lots of wood beams and brick, warm, welcoming and very comfortable. We had the classic french breakfast with choice...More
The bread is this bakery is to die for. Lots of delicious pastries as well. Just make sure to bring your wallet!More
Thank you very much for your nice review after your visit to Jean Pierre Bakery. The bread that you had the opportunity to taste is fabricated by hand daily in the pure French tradition (no milk, sugar or any kind of fat). Our bakers use...More