Time Out says
An American grocer on the Esplanade Nathatlie Sarraute that also serves hot dogs and milkshakes.
Sweet and sour candies, chocolates of every shape and colour, breakfast cereals stacked from floor to ceiling, old comics and skateboards: opening an American grocery had long been a dream for restaurateurs Stéphane and Samia, proprietors of gourmet bar and bistro Les Petites Gouttes in the 18th. So when, during preparations for Les Petites Gouttes, they noticed a vacant little shop front nearby, they took it as a sign, resolving to inquire about it as soon as the bistro was up and running.
A year later Deli Drop is open for business, selling colourfully packaged and high-calorie American confections – like Willy Wonka chocolate and Pop Rocks bubble gum – as well as condiments and prepared snacks, like fresh hot dogs (between €6-€8 for a lunch combo, which includes a drink with chips or dessert).
Deli Drop was designed as both a shop and hangout, where Americans and Americanophiles can come to feel at home, whether flipping through the stateside magazines and newspapers on offer or sipping fresh lemonade and milkshakes on the patio.
16 esplanade Nathalie Sarraute (en face du 39 rue Pajol)
|Transport:||Metro: Marx Dormoy|
|Opening hours:||Tues-Sun 11am-8pm|