Three years ago today, Sean and I were in Paris, France celebrating our 2nd Wedding Anniversary. When I came home from our trip abroad, I missed being able to walk into all the cute little Parisian cafes. Luckily I discovered Eva's bakery, and my need for Parisian cafes was satisfied.
If you haven't had a chance to visit Paris, take a step inside Eva's Bakery and you will feel as if you have time traveled to France.
From the moment you spot the bakery you are in love. Its outside charm draws everyone in with its bright blue and yellow exterior.
When you first walk in, you see a wall lined with fresh baguettes, and a pastry case stocked with delicious baked goods.
I love how vintage everything looks, from the tiled floors and walls, to the display cases of treats. Even before we ordered, I just wanted to sit and enjoy myself, but with a walking baby thats not an option these days...
While it is a bakery, the Boulangerie also serves up a light lunch with European-style flatbread pizzas, salads, soups, and of course amazing vegan selections. This is not a solely vegan establishment but they do have plenty of Vegan options.
For brunch, we ordered a small Latte with soy milk. It was frothy and warm on this chilly fall afternoon.
I also ordered Graham a Vegan banana nut muffin and a Vegan chocolate chunk cookie. Both were devoured instantly while we waited for our main dish.
We ordered the ROASTED BEET & AVOCADO TOAST. It is served on their house seeded bread with lemon herb vinaigrette & scallions, alongside some boulange potatoes.
The toast was very delicious, and the had jus the right amount of crunch. Graham wasn't to sure about the vinegary taste, but he enjoyed eating the avocados and potatoes.
We began eating outside because their patio is adorable, but with the chilly autumn weather, we ended up back inside to stay warm. I was grateful that they had a high chair for Graham to sit in.
Eva’s Bakery is small and romantic, but stopping by for a morning coffee or lunch date with the girls, will be just as perfect.
This bakery will make anyones heart swoon.
Eva’s Bakery is located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City on Main Street. It’s very convenient to get to if you are riding trax, but there is parking along Main St. and behind the bakery in the pay parking structure.
Address: 155 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 355-3942
Megan The Vegan Mom
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Were given to us as a gift, but I found them for sale here: