Though we travel the world to find the beautiful

we must carry it with us or we find it not

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Le Poulbot.......

This quaint and quirky little French Restaurant is situated in Montmartre
on the Rue Poulbot

It was named after Francisque Poulbot
affichiste and illustrator who was born in Paris in1879
and well known for his cute illustrations of
Parisian street children.
I'm sure you will recognise his work! 

~ Francisque Poulbot    1879 - 1946 ~


Draffin Bears said...

Hi Dianne,

We did not get to visit this quaint restaurant in Montmartre as there was so many to dine in.
I have seen the cute illustrations of this artist before and isn't it neat that you saw the restaurant that was named after Francisque Poulbot.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

How precious. I'm so glad you took us to this little restaurant this morning. I'm feeling a bit French thanks to you.

La Table De Nana said...

I do recognize the work..what an adorable place~

Suzi said...

On my very first visit to Paris I saw this absolutely quaint little place and loved it...i have a photo very similar to this. It is one I come back to time and again. Thank you for the little piece of history.
Bonne weekend!

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Beautiful pictures of a beautiful place:)
Greetings from,

Sylvia K said...

What a delightful restaurant! I would love to enjoy a meal there! It's been so long since I have been to Paris and Montmarte, would love to go again. Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Dianne!


Dumbwit Tellher said...

Greetings Dianne; I DO recognize Francisque's work. What a very charming restaurant. I love the awning(?) with the flowers over the doorway. Wishing you a lovely weekend. x Deb

Cathi said...

I definitely recognize his work! Would love to visit that restaurant one day!! Very charming, indeed! xxoo :)

lady jicky said...

The food is good there too!

Genie said...

There is something so whimsical about Poulbot’s artwork. It is nice to think there is a little restaurant named for him and most likely is filled with his prints. Such a nice post so full of color. Very romantic spot.

Cezar and Léia said...

C'est très jolie!
I love that first picture!

Genie said...

Hummm... perhaps I can get there this week. You have certainly given me a compelling reason with your beautiful photos and recounting the history... so quaint!


Diane said...

How absolutely gorgeous. I want to be in there RIGHT NOW! x

designchic said...

So pretty...wishing I was there!!

Nina Hansen, Denmark, Outdoors writer and poet. said...

Oh my god. It looks so nice. I've been to France i my summerholiday for the last 7 years. And I just love the country and everything. I come from Denmark, but I'm thinking about settle down in France, when I've finished school. And with these pictures I just wanted it a little more. Are you from France, and if where actually?
I love you blog! Wauw.

From: Nina, Denmark.
- Maybe you'll take a look at my blog, and follow it.
I follow you 2!
Again -> Wauw.

Georgianna said...

Oh, yes, I've seen photos of this restaurant before – so charming! xo – g


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