Praise For Bonaparte Breads Baltimore Maryland

If you live in the Maryland-Northern Virginia area, you may already be familiar with the fine French breads and pastries of Pierre LeFilliatre. They are sold in fine shops and restaurants throughout the area. However, the Bonaparte Breads Baltimore cafe in Fells Point is a place fans of these authentic products might want to visit to truly understand what this Frenchman has brought to America.

This is a well-appointed place, offering everything from a child's menu to free wifi. Many of the online reviews mention the luxurious leather chairs, which make spending time in the cafe remarkably comfortable. Open from 8 AM to 6 PM seven days a week, the cafe offers coffee and other beverages, authentic brick-oven breads made from organic flours, sandwiches and quiches, salads, and delicious pastries.

Owner and Frenchman Pierre LeFilliatre came from Paris to Savage Point, Maryland to open his first location in 1996. He quickly became known for delicious breads and superb pastries. When it was time to expand, he was fortunate to find a charming old building and an unbeatable setting on the harbor in Fells Point. The inside is decorated in the French style.

Locally sourced ingredients are made fresh daily into quiches, salads, sandwiches, and desserts. Sandwiches are served hot or cold, and the lunch special includes beverage, whole sandwich, small salad, and pastry of choice - enough even if you're really hungry. You really must try a tasty sandwich made on the panini grill. For those who want a lighter meal, chicken and tuna salad are made on-site.

Coffee or assorted teas are served in large cups, with a free refill. Rave reviews talk about a cup of great coffee and an almond croissant or fruit tart as the perfect afternoon break. All the bread is made with organic flours: baguettes, country loaves made with unbleached flour, or whole wheat and multi-grain varieties. Fruit breads are another favorite offering of the cafe.

Sitting in a leather chair in the cafe or outside on the water is great, but there is also take-away if you want to enjoy the fare at home or with friends elsewhere. The pastry chefs will also do your wedding cake or help highlight some other celebration. The staff is happy to customize a meal for you, taking into account dietary restrictions and personal preferences. Check out the home page to see the menu, learn more about the owner's mission, and get the phone number for contact.

There are many customer reviews on this important part of the major historic district of the city. Four and five stars are given over and over by patrons. The owner wants everyone to know that freshness and authenticity are his main objectives, as well as good service, good food, great coffee, and a pleasant ambiance.

It's a winning combination: the city's most appealing area, waterfront views, and authentic French fare. Plan a day at Fells Point and make sure not to miss Bonaparte Breads.

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