Wednesday, February 18, 2009

POISSONNERIE DU DOME


LA POISSONNERIE DU DOME,original art

More FACADES!

as you requested...besides these are fun.

La Boulangerie du Reve, original art

This one is made up a bit...ahem - n'existe pas I think...

Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts Back to La Poissonnerie du Dome - Beauty is everywhere in Paris...
Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris BreakfastsWe were marching around before dinner, M, Sarah and I on rue Delambre in the 14th...
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts And I flipped for this fishmonger shop!
La Poissonnerie Du Dome

La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris BreakfastsI couldn't believe my eyes - all the lovely fishy murals!

Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts And the shop is open to the street, so you can put your nose right in the fish and get eyeball to eyeball.


La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts The ultimate in freshness!


La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts Jean-Pierre Lopez has owned La Poissonnerie Du Dome for 20 years. He's at the Marche Rungis starting at 3 AM (I could do this with the Jetlag I currently have...) where he searches and searches for the absolute best fish.

"When it's a question of finding the best, I am not faithful."
'' Quand il s'agit de trouver le meilleur, je ne suis pas fidèle ! '
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts The fish or in this case the King Crab jumps from the sea into the lorry and onto your plate.
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts This fishmonger saw me admiring his crab...
La Poissonnerie Du Dome - Paris Breakfasts I so wish I'd had that crab for dinner!

Beauty is everywhere in Paris.

LA POISSONNERIE DU DOME

4 rue Delambre, 75014 PARIS
Métro: Vavin or Edgar-Quinet
Tuesday to Saturday 8 am-1 pm and 4-7 pm


(This is a repost from November, 2007)
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BONNE JOURNEE!

16 comments:

  1. Ces nouvelles peintures des facades parisiennes sont tres belles! J'irai a Paris du 20 au 28 fevrier. Grace a vous, cette fois-ci, je verrai la ville avec un nouveau perspectif!

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  2. Carol, these are just great. Love 'em! I love the bicyclette and baguettes, too! Big smiles.

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  3. I am just loving your new paintings. They are so fresh and fun. I want to hop on that bicycle & take off down the street and see what else there is to see. :}

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  4. Carol...these are marvelous. Reminds me of Madeleine...grown up and on an adventure. Maybe that's you!

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  5. Carol, I wish I could walk around Paris with you! I am headed back home to the states after living in Krakow for 18 months. Paris has become my favorite city.

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  6. Oh Carol, I love "La Boulangerie du Reve"! So sad to see it was sold-good for you, bad for me:(.
    I look forward to more beauties!

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  7. This is wonderful!
    You could have mentioned it is right around the corner from Le Sélect you know....................

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  8. Victoria1:47 PM

    I absolutely adore your "facade" paintings. You are so talented. And they are so reminiscent of the real Paree. Thanks so much for sharing your vision.

    Victoria

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  9. Carol... I am really liking these new paintings.
    They're wonderful.

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  10. I just caught up. Can't wait to find our new house and use your art to inspire a room!

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  11. I love the shop paintings. They are so adorable.

    The fish one makes me want to start singing "Le Poission, Le Poission..." from The Little Mermaid

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  12. Carol,
    the shop paintings are gorgeous, I also love the people who frequent them.

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  13. Karen9:23 PM

    She is back in Paris!

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  14. I do love your images of the boutique facades!
    Makes me relive fond memories

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  15. Dear author of Paris Breakfasts,
    I just have to tell you that about half a year ago I stumbled upon your blog and have lovedit ever since,but I had never seen or tasted MACARONS in real life.
    (I am from Holland but have always been more Britain oriented).
    but the last couple of days I visited Newyork
    and walking along 9th avenue allo f a sudden I had the miraculous experience of seeing your blog spring to life.
    I'm sure you know the place: La Bergamotte?
    all colors of macarons and even the glistening fruit tartes...
    and now I certainly know what macarons taste like!
    Thanks for the fun experience.
    Keep up the good work,Janke

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  16. 75014 is where i stay when there.....

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