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Le Pain Quotidien
Posted by Val on 2014-06-24
My daughter and I stopped in here about an hour before we had to be at a matinee performance, so around 1 pm. There was a short line of people waiting for a table, even though there seemed to be a good amount of open table seats upstairs and downstairs on
Posted by Anonymous on 2013-11-04
The good and prices are commensurate with the neighborhood but the surliness of the counter staff is what really sets this place apart. Is it really such a burden to smile, be pleasant, and fill orders quickly and helpfully all while you are getting paid
Posted by makamaka on 2009-01-07
....that they have shared tables at this joint. Think Benihana. You'll be sitting with numerous randoms which is fine assuming you're in the mood for this type of experience. Food is just so-so and the service is "meh".
Posted by ms.w on 2008-10-29
I was here for lunch with a friend and I had to ask for cutlery, water, multiple times. The staff demonstrates consistent thoughtlessness as they slap down plates and attempt to take away plates even as one is resting between bites. For this they are enti
Posted by emily on 2008-02-25
i come here every weekend for breakfast! So good!
Posted by Ernest M. Skinner on 2007-01-16
Pricey but delicious baked goods.
Posted by Angela on 2006-08-24
I went to Le Pain Quotidien for lunch with my friend for the first time and I loved it. I had the turkey tartine, which was fabulous, and my friend had the tabouli salad. The food was full of fresh herbs and flavor. The only thing I didn't like was ou
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-07-11
I love Le Pain Quotidien! Whenever I can't decide what I'm craving, I can always find satisfaction here. My favorite time to go is around 4pm for a latte and a sweet, but it is great for breakfast too. Their granola is fabulous, as are the salmon tartine,