Tuesday, August 2, 2011

A Taste of Italy in Paris

A little Taste of Italy in Paris!  
A delicious Italian Gourmet 'Deli' in the 16th district of Paris. 

I find this a perfect place for fresh lasagne when I'm running short on time.  
Is it just me, or do you ever have those days?  

Put a Little Ooh La La in Your Life!


Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Oh yes Mimi....I definitely have those days !! It looks a wonderful deli and I would visit it often !!
Our daughter is in Paris, celebrating her 30th birthday. She had dinner in the Eiffel Tower yesterday....it's alright for some !! XXXX

Paulita said...

So, I'm picturing if you are having the kind of day where you don't have time to make homemade noodles for your lasagna from scratch. I'm hoping you buy the lasagna premade, or else you have much more productive days than I do.

La Petite Gallery said...

Sounds so devine, I miss Paris.


Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Mimi~ Somehow this just doesn't seem right in Paris! French food.... what else is there? Really, I am sure you are thrilled for this new eatery.
xo Yvonne

Jackie said...

Look like a delightful place to stop while being short on time!

Donna Reyne' said...

You are not alone! I rarely have time for any type of little luxuries anymore(well, okay I won't give up my evening bubble bath)
Hope your schedule slows down a bit so that you get to enjoy life a bit more!
Take care Mimi!

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Mimi, I so wish I were bumping into you there while picking up my fresh pasta as well, perhaps someday :)

Love your life!

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Mimi,

Oh oui; those days find me ever now and than! Wish I would have a local Italian Gourmet 'Deli' in my area...
Thanks for your thought provoking nice little posts with excellent photos. It brings back so many fond memories to me...



Karen said...

I do have those days too Mimi! But I don't have a wonderful little italian place to go to like you do. :( It looks wonderful!

dkshopgirl said...

i'd be happy to get lasagne there! or anywhere in Paris really... :-)

Barbara von Enger said...

The food is very good there. Glad to hear you found the place charming. xx

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

MIMI DEAREST!!!! Oh my sweet friend, how lovely to KNOW YOU. And yes, this summer, it has been less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying friends and light easy meals...I am reserving the cooking for the cold days ahead that are scheduled to come in faithfully in full force. SCHOOL STARTS after Labor day!!!

BISES, Anita

WhiteWhispers2u said...

I so wish today was one of those days.~Cheers Kim

Blue Creek Home said...

OMG, Mimi, I have a lump in my throat!!! I didn't know you were that close to print! I am so so so happy for you.
I will be back to order mine! I just got back from a 3 day family visit and I have unpacking and washing to do.
Congratulations my friend.

LindyLouMac said...

Perfetto :)

Mary Anne said...

Hello Mimi! I have been sent to you by Joy Waltmire today. She has become my friend through this wonderful thing called blogging. So happy to meet you and of course I love France and all that IS French! I have traveled to your country and each time I left a bit of my heart behind. As for PARIS, there are no words!
So happy to meet you and now to figure out how to subscribe to your magazine! Time does fly!! But, I have a feeling you earned those 365 days!

See you soon. . . . Mary Anne