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Suggestions re: lodging in a town whose cafes aren't closed on Sunday?

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Inartfully worded, but I tried. On previous trips to France we've always managed at least one Sunday to be in a B&B in a town with no restaurants open. What are we doing wrong?

Sure, we could just live on bread for a day.
Yes, we could rent a gite for a week.
Of course, we could research every restaurant in every town in every department we plan to visit.

But, there must be an easier way. to eat a good meal on a Sunday evening in Provence or the Dordogne. Help is appreciated.

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