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Restaurant Week-Day 3: Le Petite Marche

 Le Petite Marche is, as the name translates into English, a little market located in east Atlanta known for its French cuisine. The exterior looks European with its large windows and stonework. If the interior reminds one of Europe, the interior will transport you to a cozy European cafe. Le Petite Marche is bright, airy, and clean with cute touches such as the white curtains spanning the windows, the fresh cut flowers on each table, and the large wrought-iron chandeliers.

Le Petite Marche has a small menu featuring breakfast plates, sandwiches, paninis, and salads. If you’re looking for brunch, you can choose between a variety of breakfast skillets and sandwiches, or choose to create your own sandwich. Each item is a traditional breakfast item with a slight twist using a special ingredient or a unique way of combining the food together. Le Petite Marche’s lunch menu follows a similar pattern, featuring paninis, sandwiches, and salads with unique ingredients, but that don’t go too far out of most people’s comfort zone.

Le Petite Marche offers Atlanta a bit of the French cafe life and cuisine, so if you’re looking for a quiet spot to relax or a romantic meal out, Le Petite Marche might just suit your needs. We recommend checking out this little eatery.

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