Paul Bakery & Café Celebrates Bastille Day with Baguette Relay Race (photos)

Prince Ngom, Pedro Caballero, Bubacar, and Philippe Sanchez
Photo by Jeff Malet
Prince Ngom, Pedro Caballero, Bubacar, and Philippe Sanchez

Paul Bakery & Café, at 801 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, held their second annual Bastille Day event in the District last Saturday, July 14. Waving French flags, children and adults of all ages participated in a relay race around the U.S. Navy Memorial, using baguettes as batons (it wasn't exactly Olympics rules). The winning team received gift certificates to Paul.

Win or lose, a good time was had by all. The race, now in its second year, is intended to become an annual event.

Paul, a French bakery chain, continues to expand throughout Washington. It has followed its Penn Quarter location with one in Georgetown at 1078 Wisconsin Ave. NW (right by M Street), and at 1000 Connecticut Avenue NW. Established in Lille, France in 1889, Paul Bakery has nearly 500 stores in 25 countries

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