Fresh Finds In This Neighborhood Where Fountain Valley and Westminster Meet

You can get your fix in this neighborhood where Fountain Valley and Westminster meet, whether you’re looking for a healthy snack, a sweet treat, or some friendly competition.
Photograph by Emily J. Davis

Au Coeur De Paris

A local favorite for more than a decade, this French-Vietnamese bakery lures customers with its croissants, fruit tarts, éclairs, and cream puffs ($2 to $4). Aficionados swear by the pâté chaud, seasoned ground pork in a puff pastry pocket. They’ll even turn it into a banh mi by stuffing it with pâté, shredded carrots, and cilantro ($3). 9441 Edinger Ave., Westminster, 714-775-8465

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Pur Bowls

In this new spot for build-your-own acai bowls, friendly employees spoon your choice of base—acai, pitaya, matcha, or coco-lina (coconut, pineapple, and spirulina)—into a bowl and garnish it with tons of toppings. The offerings are vast: fresh fruit, chia pudding in four flavors, granola, coconut shreds, goji berries, pumpkin seeds, and more. 16051 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, 657-247-5130

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Orange County Table Tennis Academy

Players of all ages face off at this table-tennis facility run by professional players. Coaches offer everything from an after-school program for kids ages 6 and older to individual and group lessons for adults. Casual and competitive players can buy a membership and drop in whenever they want. 16035 Brookhurst St., Fountain Valley, 949-878-6389

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Mia Juicery

Fresh-pressed sugar cane juice dominates the menu at this cute shop. Mixed with fresh coconut juice, it comes blended with other juices such as mango, strawberry, and pineapple, and topped with slices of fruit ($5 to $6). You can also opt for a smoothie ($6 to $7) or a vegetable juice blend ($7 to $8). 9084 Edinger Ave., Fountain Valley, 714-574-0853

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