From there we walked to Le Comptoir General which is a market area built to resemble an African bazaar. Food and drinks were available and there were several places where you could purchase vinyl records. There was an art area for children and a tiny museum of "supernatural" artifacts. I wasn't sure if photos were allowed, but I took one anyway. It's tiny doll legs on the insole of a shoe. I have no idea of its significance. There were lots of political posters about Francophone African countries
Further on along the canal we came across a huge flea market. Beyond that, not far from Place de la Bastille, was a restaurant called La Fee Verte (the green fairy), specializing in absinthe.
We stopped for gelato at Place de la Bastille and then returned home. On the way we passed a beautiful tile sign. Google Translate was worthless in helping me figure out what it says. My guess is the building was formerly a public bathhouse.
Sorry, but no real food photos today. It was a snack day and the photo of the gelato was blurry.