19 March 2006

Mon Bon Chien: A dog bakery for Paris

From the International Herald Tribune:
Mon Bon Chien, a tiled purple-and- white storefront on a tranquil street, is an innovation in a city renowned for pampering its population of 200,000 pooches by welcoming them in bistros and, occasionally, five-star hotels.

The innovator is an American pastry chef, Harriet Sternstein, who met with incredulity when she opened the store in June but has apparently succeeded in selling her high concept of a peanut butter "plat du jour" to French dog owners and their beloved "toutous."

It took her five months to obtain a commercial license; this involved formal presentations to French officials. (She pressed them to taste the carob pupcakes; they said they had already lunched.)
12, rue Mademoiselle - 15eme - M. Commerce - Tél/Fax 01 48 28 40 12

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