Organic, slow-risen loaves baked in one of only four wood-burning ovens in Paris.
Baker Gontran Cherrier is making some of the most interesting breads in Paris, including a rye loaf with miso.
Sébastien and Sylvie Lohézic placed seventh in the 2010 Grand Prix de La Baguette.
The 2008 winner of the annual Grand Prix de la Baguette de la Ville de Paris.
The fourth place finisher in the 2012 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Head baker Djibril Bodian won the 2010 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Bazin is known for his breads, as well as his classic Paris-Brest.
A perpetual contender for the best baguette in Paris, Delmontel makes a wide variety of loaves, and gorgeous pastries, too.
Baker Alexandre Chavin’s baguette finished 3rd in the 2012 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Some cakes, some bread: This boulangerie/pâtisserie makes some of the best in Paris.
“Gana” is founder Bernard Ganachaud, who won the “Meilleur Ouvrier de la France” title in 1979. This bakery was opened by his daughters in 1989.
This unassuming bakery and pastry shop offers Viennese specialties like sachertorte and strudel, but is also known for its extra-bitter chocolat chaud.
A fantastic bakery in the location formerly owned by another master, Jean-Luc Poujauran
This baker finished 2nd in the 2012 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
This charming patisserie near Parc Monceau is run by Miyuki Watanabe, who worked with Gerard Mulot.
An all-organic bakery, with multiple locations around Paris.
This upper Marais bakery has an award-winning baguette, but Benjamin Turquier’s schwarzbrot has won praise, too.
This traiteur/pâtisserie/boulangerie offers a visual feast of grand cakes and tarts, tiny and tempting petit-fours, chocolates, savory prepared foods, and baguettes to boot.
A stylish new pâtisserie and boulangerie from Benoît Castel serving sandwiches, salads, stuffed savory breads and more. The “bobo au rhum” is very aptly named for the neighborhood.
This bakery, known for its excellent baguettes, also makes a fine range of pastries, including what Gilles Pudlowski calls the best baba in Paris.
Stohrer is the oldest pastry shop in Paris, and the birthplace of the Baba au Rhum.
Join the hushed masses who queue worship at the altar of pastry demigod Pierre Hermé. Tarts, cakes, chocolates, ice cream and, of course, macarons.
Master pâtissier Sadaharu Aoki combines French techniques and Japanese flavors.
This boulangerie finished third in the 2008 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Fabrice Pottier’s baguette was number two in the 2008 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
One of the most recognizeable gourmet food brands in the world, with a sprawling shop selling all manner of condiments, chocolates, plus a pâtisserie and café.
Dorie Greenspan gives you permission to cut in line for a baguette at Julien.
This charming, award-winning bakery is where Montmartre goes for bread.
Frédéric Pichard’s baguette placed in the top ten in the 2009 Grand Prix de la Baguette but we adore his buttery breakfast pastries most of all. Keep an eye out for his award-winning croissants and the assortment of flavored escargots (spiral shaped breakfast pastries).