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Annie Ella - December 30, 2009
My Paris was in the 1950's. Passage Brady was all about clothing. There, my mother and I bought identical yellow wool jackets with black contrasts. Very inexpensive and very chic! All these Indian restaurants are a shock. how about doing a charcuterie? All the different kinds of hams and pates and saucisses, and ready made dishes. Stuffed tomatoes anyone? And also a patisserie with detailed views of cakes. My friends have no idea of what a religieuse or a mocca look like.

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Passage Brady

A street full of reasonably priced Indian and Pakistani restaurants.

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