The café is run by younger people who CARE about the food and service...the tables are a bit tight...
We went for a light lunch and the baguette with pate was ok, same for the coffee. But when we both had an eclair, we were so disappointed. It tasted stale and old baked crust. As I never judge a place on one visit, I tried it again with different friends. We had coffee and almond croissants. They were absolutely... More
This bakery suffered fire damage in 2012 and was closed for a while, but I was very happy to find it open again. They have all kinds of breads, cookies, pastries, tarts and a few cakes, plus coffee and tea. I splurged on pastry to take home, and everything has been delicious. I would call this place excellent, except that... More
I stopped here for breakfast based on reviews in TA. It is small and unpretentious - a bakery that serves coffee. I had the almond croissant - which was so full of almond paste that the croissant part was negligible and a very good cappuccino. I ordered a small and it was quite large. I just wish I could have... More
I would have rated it average if not for the relaxing outdoor seating area. I would have given it a higher rating if the coffe selection was better.
As a local, C'est La Vie is where I shop for delicious cakes, pies and French pastries. Over the years I have purchased dozens of items from this wonderful French bakery which, in my opinion, is on par with any French pastry shop in a big city. The shop accepts phone orders, a plus since it spares me two visits... More
Excellent croissants and palmier. Lovely little outdoor sitting area.The folks are nice. Open 6 days a week and it is certainly worth the trip "down the alley."
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