La Croissanterie Figaro
Église St-Viateur d’Outremont
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Lonely Planet review
A charming Parisian bistro popular with well-heeled locals. Located in a converted old house in a beautiful residential neighborhood, its terrace is among the city’s prettiest. Although it can be a bit of a scene, La Croissanterie is a lovely spot to nurse a coffee or cocktail all afternoon or evening. It also serves homemade croissants, salads and other goodies.