ALL ABOUT US
How it all began
It began in Los Alamos, New Mexico, in 2017 when the owners, Stephanie and Marcel, decided to take a break from their scientific career to follow their passion and open the French grocery-café, Fleur de Lys.
The adventure continued in 2021 when Stephanie and Marcel were given the opportunity to purchase the Bouche building complex on West Alameda in Santa Fe. This building is now the home of Mille, a French café and crêperie. Mille was originally the pâtisserie of Marcel's grand-parents in the city of Ajaccio in Corsica, France. The mid-20th century tradition of Mille continues today in Santa Fe.
Walking into our café means being immediately greeted by a delightful smell of freshly baked treats that no one can resist. As a neighborhood café and crêperie that serves the local community, we are committed to using the best ingredients and serving you delicious, handcrafted baked goods.
IN THE NEWS
BOUCHE BISTRO WILL BECOME MILLE UNDER NEW OWNERS
August 14, 2021
A new French restaurant called Mille will take over the downtown space on Alameda Street occupied by Bouche Bistro, which has been closed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
MILLE WILL BRING CREPES AND OTHER FRENCH TREATS TO FORMER BOUCHE BISTRO SPACE
August 19, 2021
The idea is to create the look, the taste — the everything — of a French cafe. Mille will be as French as its owners, Marcel and Stephanie Remillieux of Los Alamos.
MILLE DELIVERS THE BEST OF THE CITY OF LIGHTS TO THE CITY DIFFERENT
February 10, 2023
I have been to Mille many times but returned on a bright and sunny winter Sunday morning for brunch to find it hopping with a line of at least 10 people in front of me – and a mostly full house of diners.