Talk about not catching a break. Take for example this popular Paris patisserie and coffee house on Rue de la Harpe (6th. Arrond) that recently became the neighborhood depository for the Latin Quarter’s residential and commercial trash.
Of course, it had to close down for the duration of an ongoing wildcat strike as Parisiens protest the government’s proposal to raise the age of retirement. The popular Patisserie Sud Tunisien is located on the left bank between legendary bookstore Shakespeare & Company and Musee de Cluny.