Petite Provence of the Gorge
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Pascal, Didier and Alain owners of Petite Provence Boulangerie and Patisserie originally came from France. In 1996, wanting to share their passion of French patisserie they opened their first bakery La Provence Bakery and Bistro in Lake Oswego. By popular demand, they then opened the exclusive bakery, La Provence Wholesale bakery, on SE Divison St. in 2003. In 2007 the Petite Provence in the Dalles was opened, the unique style and menu have been well received. The newest member of the family is Petite Provence on NE Alberta St, which is in a fresh and exciting neighborhood. It is our wish to not only bring you the taste and atmosphere of France, but to also become part of your neighborhood. You may also notice that the menus are quite similar, this is to allow the creative management to lend character and style of their own, giving you the opportunity to enjoy individual tastes as you visit each location.
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