- May 31 - King Library Opens at 1:00 PM
Review by: Corina Cardenas
A romantic “must see” comedy set in the streets of Paris. Midnight in Paris features a young writer who travels to Paris with his fiancée and family and embarks on a life changing experience. While experiencing writers block the young writer is faced with a glimpse of what life could be like in a different time.
The movie leaves you questioning your own views on what a better life could be.
This movie is perfect for a date night, girl’s night or even a movie night with the family. It has a great story line and is heartfelt.
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If you enjoy this film check out the other Woody Allen titles that are available at your local branch by clicking here.
Oui! Well, not exactly Paris, but a taste of it. A new French bakery/cafe named A Taste of Paris Boulangerie recently opened next door to Philz Coffee (at Paseo de San Antonio, between 3rd & 4th Streets). The menu includes pastries, soup, and sandwiches on croissants or baguettes. The two times I've tried the smoked turkey (with Swiss cheese) on a baguette, all ingredients were extraordinarily fresh and delicious. The bread itself was perfectly crispy on the outside and wonderfully light and chewy on the inside. Bon appetit!
Before or after enjoying your taste of Paris, stop by King Library for some books on French cooking, such as: