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HOURS: This restaurant is now CLOSED
Although Le Pain Quotidien is located in Naperville on South Washington Street, I felt like I was walking into a small cafe in Europe. Alain Coumont, the founder, inherited his love of baking from his family in Leige, Belgium. He brought this art to Naperville. Le Pain Quotidien means the daily bread in Dutch.
They serve breakfast, lunch or dinner - or you can visit the bakery counter to take home organic, homemade bread and artisanal pastries. The restaurant draws inspiration from Moser Tower’s Millennium Carillon, lending features like reclaimed Belgian bells to the design of the space and our outdoor patio seating features sculptures from a local artist.
If you want to get away to a taste of Europe, take the short walk to Naperville’s Le Pain Quotidien. I will definitely be back.