We started out with a strong coffee (French pressed, even in a to-go cup) and an amazing spinach and cheese croissant at recently opened B1 Breadshop. If you go, don't let the restaurant's strip mall location put you off. The food is amazing and affordable - it's mainly a bread shop, but they currently have a pop up dinner restaurant (click here for more info) with delicious sounding items (coq au vin, Provencal ratatouille) all under $15. The strip mall is just part of the charm and kind of an LA thing, actually - we love to find restaurants that don't seem like they'd be awesome but actually are.
After breakfast we headed to the French Market Cafe for a little shopping. The French Market has a restaurant as well as a shopping section with imported snacks and treats (and Paris Vogue), and almost always has actual French people eating on the patio, which is how you know it's legit!
It was a really fun morning, though sadly we didn't end up buying a baguette to put in our bike basket. Next time!
I'm wearing Tretorn sneakers, a comfy Everlane t-shirt, cut-offs from forever 21 and my vintage Chanel bag (which I bought when I graduated college - my parents gave me a bit of money and I immediately bought this purse. It probably wasn't what the money was intended for and definitely didn't help pay my rent, but I love it!). If you are ever looking for one, Rice and Beans Vintage often has great vintage Chanel.