French Connection

This café’s nutella will transport you to the Left Bank.

pariscreperiePhoto: Morgan Ione Yeager

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he nutella hot chocolate at Paris Creperie is hazelnut heaven, hot or frozen, and in mint or raspberry varieties good enough to transport you to the Rue Ste. Germain. The hole-in-the-wall creperie, with room for maybe 20 customers, makes up in flavor for what it lacks in seating room. In addition to the array of mouth-watering Provence-style crepes, you can pick up other treats like extra thick fruit smoothies and sweet dessert crepes. For an extra-filling lunch, try Tony’s Turkey Terrific, a scallion-flavored crepe stuffed with roasted turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Vitale

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French Huguenots fled to Boston during the French Wars of Religion. Because of friction with the Puritans, many anglicized their names. Among their descendants: Paul Revere and Peter Faneuil.

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