“BoCoCa” — AKA, the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens — has long attracted a French-speaking and French-loving population, likely influenced by (among other things) the dual language program at area school P.S. 58. In the past year, a host of new French services and businesses have joined the BoCoCa pioneers, making this Brooklyn spot feel like a far-flung arrondissement of Paris. Click through to see how resident and visiting families can sample its joie de vivre!

For the Petite Chic Set: Jacadi Paris

Children's clothing company Jacadi Paris, which "provides the world with authentic and timeless children's fashion in the French tradition" recently opened its doors on the area's busy retail corridor Court St. Selling impossibly cute (not to mention tres cher) threads for kids newborn to age 12, it's the place to hit for classic and chic outfits or when the "I'm So Brooklyn" T-shirt isn't going to cut it at the next big family affair.

Jacadi Paris
189 Court St.
Online: jacadi.us

Do you have a favorite place to soak up French culture in NYC? Tell us about it in the comments below!

—Mimi O’Connor

cover photo: via Jacadi London Facebook page

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