Locally Made: La Petite France Bakery and Cafe

Local bakery crafts traditional French bread and pastries in West Hartford Center.

Locally Made is a weekly feature that highlights products made in the Farmington Valley and West Hartford.

This week Patch visited La Petite France Bakery and Cafe in West Hartford Center where Alexandra and Romeo Litor craft traditional French breads and pastries.

In addition to their delicious baked goods, the bakery also offers lunch specials, Sunday brunch, and specialty items like crepes.

For more information on this local bakery, visit the La Petit France website.

In case you missed one, here are some other locally made products we've featured:

Have you been to La Petit France? Tell us about your favorite item in the comments below.

Carin Buckman July 23, 2012 at 03:48 PM
La Petite France is my ablsolute favorite! Everything is fresh, delicious and authentic. In addition, owner Alexandra is fantastic! My favorite is their homemade soups. Unfortunately I have to wait until fall to eat them again, they don't serve soup in the summer :(.
Taki Tanaka July 23, 2012 at 04:43 PM
Croissants there are moist and addictive. I hate Mondays (like today) because they are closed. Glad to have them in West Hartford!


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