Year End Gathering! Monday Dec 30th @ Le Pain Quotidien (801 Walnut St)

Friends -- About 2 years ago a wonderful Belgian bakery & pastry shop opened locations in Philly!  It is called "Le Pain Quotidien", and we will meet at their location at 801 Walnut Street, on the NW corner of 8th & Walnut Streets.  Le Pain Quotidien is more well known for their coffee & terrific Belgian hot chocolate, but earlier this year they expanded their tea selection.  We always have fun at LPQ, so lets go back one more time before 2014.  And for those of us who want to toast the holidays with something a bit stronger, LPQ also serves beer and wine.   

Le Pain Quotidien has a wonderful selection of delicious pastries including: mixed berry tart, lemon tart, apple cannele, Belgian brownie (my favorite!), coconut macaroons, & more.

date & time: Monday December 30th, 5:30pm to 8:30pm   
location: Le Pain Quotidien   
address: 801 Walnut Street   
cost: FREE to Attend, each member must pay for what they order   


Le Pain Quotidien at 801 Walnut is a lovely open & airy location, large windows that face onto Walnut Street, and with a long community table in the middle of the room.  The first of our group to arrive will be seated at the community table and we will add more tables as our group expands beyond that.   

Wonderful Food & Drinks -- I also want to mention that there is a lot more on the menu at Le Pain Quotidien than just "Tea & Pastries".  They have delicious sandwiches, salads, quiches, & more.  Plus beyond tea, coffee, & hot chocolate they also serve beer & wine.  We're here to have fun, chat, & meet new friends in a charming & casual setting.  Can't wait!

see you soon,   

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  • Diana

    David, Thanks for organizing - you know how to bring out a crowd!

    January 20, 2014

  • David

    Great seeing everyone! It was wonderful seeing so many people join us (40+ wow!) , and the photos I just posted are a happy 2013 memory. Happy New Years & best wishes, hope to see you soon!

    January 3, 2014

  • David

    my guests are members of other friendly MeetUp groups that are also invited, like Internationals Meet for Fun, Cosmopolitan Philadelphia, and Adventurous Foodies.

    December 29, 2013

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