Alex Chezaud’s Le Petit Paris Café is exactly what Atlantic Beach was missing, a south of France-inspired restaurant that brings a beautiful experience to your ordinary, everyday life.
Alex moved to Florida from Paris 6 years ago to open a café with his sister and is now the owner of two cafes, one being the Atlantic Beach location in the Shoppes of Northshore.
When you walk through the front door, you will be walking into Alex’s little Paris. Their breakfast, brunch and lunch bring the sights, sounds, and smells of a traditional Parisian café and will have your mouth watering before you can say, Bonjour. Their menu is made to order, with fresh ingredients ranging from fresh-out-of-the oven baked goods, macarons, gourmet salads, quiche (a must-try family recipe), and sandwiches served on fresh baguettes or croissants.
If you are looking for something on the lighter side, we love their La Palette salad with warm goat cheese on toast, prosciutto ham, sundried tomatoes, fig, balsamic glaze & mixed greens. The toast is make-your-mouth-water good. If you’re looking for a heartier option, the Le Belleville French baguette sandwich is delicious, with brie, pear, ham, walnuts and mixed greens. Whatever you decide to go with will be handcrafted and served to perfection by the hands of the talented chef in the back.
Not only does Le Petit offer an impressive selection of imported foods and goods from France and Europe that can be purchased to take home for yourself or loved ones, they also offer a handful of local items, including their freshly squeezed Florida orange juice and their locally sourced Florida coffee.
Whether you stop in for a buttery croissant and a freshly brewed coffee, or sit down for a baguette sandwich and a glass of wine, Le Petit has something for everyone and will allow you to step away from your busy day to enjoy a truly Parisian-inspired fare.
Inside and outside seating available, with a pet-friendly patio.
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