This bakery placed in the top ten in the 2010 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Yves Desgranges placed fourth in the 2010 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Baker Daniel Pouphary finished second in the 2010 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
This bakery finished third in the 2009 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Tucked into one of the covered passages in the ninth, Le Valentin specializes in Alsatian sweets, and serves breakfast and lunch in their tea salon.
Pascal Barillon, who has been baking since 1976, was awarded 1st prize in the 2011 competition for the Best Baguette in Paris.
The mini empire of benevolent Bob (aka Marc Grossman) continues to expand with this latest offering – an American style diner and bakery complete with apple, pecan, lattice-topped cherry or rhubarb pies, Belleville Brulerie coffee, hand-rolled bagel sandwiches and even their elusive brethren, bialys. There’s a pretty lovely outdoor terrasse, too.
This Montmartre bakery was a top-ten finisher in the 2007 and 2008 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Baker Franck Tomberel won the 2009 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
The winner of the 2012 Grand Prix de la Baguette de Paris, i.e., the best baguette in Paris.
A beautiful pastry shop and tea salon, with privileged locations at Trocadero and the Place des Vosges.
This ornate pastry shop has a long legacy in Lille dating back to 1761. Their thin waffle cookies stuffed with a variety of creams have only been available in Paris since 2010, however.
Thanks to this pastry shop in the 10th, gluten-intolerant gourmandes can have their gateau and eat it, too.
Formerly located in the 13th, award-winning baker Thierry Renard set up shop on rue de Cherche Midi in early 2012.
Antonio Teixeira won first prize in the 2014 and 1998 Grand Prix de la Baguette. He'll be keeping the Elysées Palace in bread all year long. His pastries have won multiple prizes, too.
A mint green & marble pastry palace from Jean-François Piège, whose rue Saint-Dominique mini empire includes Brasserie Thoumieux, Restaurant Jean-François Piège, and Hôtel Thoumieux. The salted butter and pear tart was particularly pleasing, but skip the disappointing and aggressively chewy macarons.
Baker Gilles Levaslot finished 6th in the 2011 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
One of the great bakeries of Paris, and not a baguette to be found.
The baguette here finished 10th in the 2011 Grand Prix de la Baguette.