Discovered by Accident: Jeff Francoeur’s Raison d’Être, Maybe

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Unlike precisely every other image which appears in these stupid pages, the image that appears on this stupid page was not stolen from the internet but rather captured by the author himself on the streets of Paris by means of an internet-phone-camera.

One finds, while wandering those same streets — in the 18th arrondissement, specifically — one finds Cafe Francoeur, a charming establishment that both (a) features a self-described epicurean menu and also (b) probably serves as free agent Jeff Francoeur‘s raison goddamn d’être that no one knew about before.

But now people know about it, is the point of this weblog post. Like probably every person knows about it now, is the point.



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Blueyays
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Blueyays

“a “neo-retro” atmosphere”
Could this possibly be a sign of Free Agent Francoeur’s next home ballpark?

Santa
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Santa

Carson, you horndog!

Well-Beered Englishman
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Well-Beered Englishman

I am adventuring to Paris in 2014. Perhaps this will be the place to try my first beef tartare.

FeslenR
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FeslenR

Do we know if Frenchy can actually SPEAK and understand any French at all?

But, that is a great picture Carson, maybe Frenchy can establish baseball in France….

FeslenR
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FeslenR

Oh hey guys,

it’s apparently a good cafe in France- here’s the link

https://www.google.com/search?q=Cafe+Francoeur&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

hah!

Kyle
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Kyle

It could just as easily be his “Je ne sais quoi”, his “s’il vous plait” or his “je m’appelle” for all we know.

Scranton
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Scranton

French people sit really close together.

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