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"Madame Matisse delivers the real taste of Paris in Santa Fe. We make everything from scratch using traditional recipes with the best ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch, and brunch. Our French award-winning chefs can accommodate your special events, and cake needs. The place where your French travel memories come alive."

Santa Fe Tourism

"If you visit Madame Matisse early enough in the day, you’ll quickly be captivated by the pastry counter, where an array of goodies, from croissants to Danishes, sits behind glass like glistening oversized jewels. Later in the day, as the pastry population dwindles, your eye might turn to the colorful art on the walls and the hand-painted murals, which mimic the recognizable style of Madame Matisse’s famous mari, the artist Henri. ..."

The Santa Fe New Mexican

"For a Parisian vibe, visit Madame Matisse, an intimate, artful space filled with the enticing aromas of fresh-baked croissants, pain au chocolat and other pastries, as well as crepes, croque madame, French onion soup and other classics prepared by French Chef Eric De Margerie. You can dine on huevos rancheros and a few other non-French specialties, too. "

"The downtown lunchtime landscape has a delicious new option, a satellite location of the popular French restaurant Madame Matisse. Located at 105 E. Marcy St., Madame Matisse deux, so to speak, offers lunch to go—including croque monsieurs, Provence tarts, quiches, salads and soup of the day. The small space has a few spots for dining and if the weather’s nice, outdoor tables are available, too. Breakfast is on the menu as well, a selection of fresh pastries, organic egg dishes and other items."

Local Flavor Magazine

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