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by Jojo Frey July 23, 2014

La grande epicerieShopping at La Grande Epicerie is an exquisite experience. A recent 18-month makeover has left the store sparkling new with a redesign that echoes the grands magasins of Paris. Customers navigate through different sections – la Boulangerie, la Boucherie, la Crémerie, la Poissonnerie – engaging the métiers for their expert advice.

Le Luxe section is the most swoon-worthy with caviar and truffle aplenty. Even the security guards are clad in elegant black suits…

On my recent visit, I beelined to la Crémerie to check out the butter section. Amazing. More to come.

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Jojo Frey
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