A cheery Gallic bakery that serves light-as-air baguettes, rich French onion soup, flaky-crusted quiches, and breakfast crepes that melt in your mouth? Yes, please. Everything about this bakery says "French country kitchen," except, perhaps, the welcoming attitude of the owners, Anne-Laure and Philippe. The décor is homey, with herb jars and wooden utensils, and the cooking is simple but rich. Try the classic croque madame or croque monsieur sandwiches, with creamy béchamel sauce and homemade organic bread. The bakery is only open for breakfast and lunch, and it's often packed to the gills—for good reason.