You’re going to want to have a snack nearby (or just start with a full tummy) when you see this post. Don’t say I didn’t warn you… cause I intend to make you drool.

Here you will find everything you need to know about my favorite eats in Colmar.

[And you will find the first post on Colmar here.]

But this on is literally a walk through the city using my food daydreams as your guide 😉



Since breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, we’ll start with Bagelstein for an old fashioned, homemade bagel sandwich to die for!

We liked it so much that I almost cried a little the next day when we were hoping to go back for sandwich number two, only to find them closed! BOOOO!

So make sure you find your way to 55 Grand’ Rue.



The manager’s name is Philippe (can you get more French?) and he speaks fabulous English, for those of us who speak zero French. He’s Mr. Smiley. He really likes to joke.

It makes for a great, cheerful atmosphere in the shop.



Great food, great coffee. Don’t miss this one!



When traveling anywhere in France, my biggest sweet treat splurge is going to be a macaron (or 12)… and this is the place to find them! 

So pretty! So yummy! So French!



These beauties can also be found on the Grand’ Rue, number 60. It’s all centrally located near Little Venice and the Altstadt.


Right about the time you’re getting hungry for lunch is the PERFECT time to stop by the old covered market at 13 Rue des Ecoles.
You can wander the stalls and see all sorts of interesting foods. Maybe pick up a few gourmet jams or fancy star shaped cheeses… or stare into the eyes of various whole fish for sale.
But then you can sit down to enjoy something completely sensible and delicious, like quiche lorraine!

Another lunch option is the quaint Bar JH. It’s a small restaurant on an out-of-the-way street near the Cathedral (5 Rue Saint-Martin) and it was perfect for one of our lunches that we just wanted something small. The service from the bartender was fabulous and friendly.

We ate outside in the beautiful sunshine and it was just lovely. 

Now it’s time for dinner! 

Make sure if you have your heart set on a certain place, you stop by earlier in the day for a reservation. They fill up pretty quick.

You obviously have a million options in such a great city, but we tried and thoroughly enjoyed these two…


Right near Little Venice is a restaurant appropriately called Little Venice. It’s on the Rue de la Poissonnerie.

The atmosphere in here was so adorable. 

Tons of old, interesting decorations. An upbeat staff. Great wine. And the smells… ohmygosh the smells coming from the open kitchen! YUM!


Steak with mushroom cream sauce! Those were pretty much the best mashed potatoes of my life.
Okay here’s the second one… see that beautiful yellow building? It’s super iconic, you won’t be able to miss it.

It’s called Aux Trois Poissons. Located at 15 Quai De La Poissonnerie.


Here you will find a LOT of fancy and a LOT of local charm! It was some of the prettiest, tastiest food I’ve had in a long long time. Maybe ever!



I almost fell out of my chair when the Tuna Tartare arrived.

COME ON how pretty is that? Julia Childs was smiling down on me like “See, I told ya.” #frenchfood #amazing #readherbook #affiliatelink



I would possibly consider this the restaurant I’d want to eat at if I knew it was my last meal on this wonderful planet. 

It was just perfection.

And I know I’m prone to exaggeration so y’all can take that with a grain of salt 😉



And that, my friends, concludes the drool fest my food recommendations.

If you made it to the end without your tummy growling you deserve a cookie! Or some of your kids’ Halloween candy. Go for it, I won’t tell 😉

France in the fall, baby. You can’t beat it! 



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