We gravitate toward this wow spot that is part French bistro, part wine bar and part bakery. The space is divided into a restaurant on one side and the bakery with an open kitchen, pastry cases and counter dining on the other. Imagine rows of salted butter caramel crognets, kouign amann, crème brulée crognets and colorful macarons. Oh, my! The bistro is open for lunch and dinner and serves everything from smoked salmon and poached egg salad to confit de canard and sautéed lamb chop Provençal. We recommend allowing for some indulgence when it comes to dessert — perhaps Tarte Fine Aux Pommes (thin-crusted apple tart with salted butter caramel) or the profiteroles (ice cream–filled choux pastry with hot chocolate sauce). Bon appétit.