Copelands (not around any more) New Orleans Cajun food..They had Shrimp Ducky ..shrimp..and duck with noodles and a brown spicy sauce ..that place closed down do to the owner died young living the New Orleans life style.
Crystal de Saigon (Vietnamese) in Montreal .... forgot the name of that indian restaurant in Toronto (Dewi, help !) ... never knew the name of that little place in Florence .... and a little lake side marina i've been to recently which was very nice !
Castelas in Sivergues, Provence, France up and the end of a mountain trail is a 14th century farm house and you eat their home cooked meal (and the best goat cheese anywhere) on old benches looking down upon the valley.
...and Greek breakfast in Thessaloniki,
by the seaside and the old Tower.
Been on my mind, what with breakfast cushions and all :-)
This looks so summery warm on a cold wet, rainy day...
"on such a winter's day"
In the heart of Paris, hidden from the street by massive wooden doors, the House of the Bretons, managed and serviced by unpaid volunteers.
A restaurant a couple of times a year (including on New Year's eve where all participants bring their food to share), a concert "hall" sometimes, a dance-floor with live music and a pub at least two Sunday afternoons a month, a place to learn the language, traditional dances/music/songs each week.
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