Ina Garten’s Parisian Pied–a–Terre

Apr 12, 2011

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Last week a reader left a comment asking about Ina Garten’s favorite flower market in Paris, and in search for the answer I found her beautiful Parisian pied–à–terre and had to share the images.  While it was shown in the November 2008 Town & Country, the apartment still radiates old-world charm with fresh touches.

And to answer the question that prompted the initial search – Marianne Robic (39 rue de Babylone) – quoted by Ina to be “a great flower shop”.

To read The Barefoot Contessa’s – Insider’s Guide to Paris – where she shares even more of her secret locales in the City of Light, click here.

And to view all of the images of the Barefoot Contessa’s beautiful new barn in Easthampton, click here.

5 thoughts on “Ina Garten’s Parisian Pied–a–Terre

  1. Love seeing this and also cooking from Barefoot in Paris today. Both the apartment and the French recipes have a comfortable yet polished aspect.

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