The 131-year old French cafe, Paul is opening its first Canadian location in downtown Vancouver.
Originating in France, Paul Cafe has 620 shops over 34 countries, but the Vancouver spot will be the first in this country.
The cafe specializes in bread and pastries and sells more than two million baguettes every month. As it is French, it also serves plenty of croissants, quiches and macarons.
They also sell sandwiches and baguettes, among other tasty treats.
The cafe first opened in Northern France, near Lille, in 1889. Its new spot in Vancouver will be on 1164 Robson Street.
Until the cafe arrives in Vancouver, you can head to Beaucoup Bakery for delicious French baked goods.
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