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The Perfect Picnic in Paris

The picnic in Paris is an art form and has all of the elements that I love. Picnics are about getting together with people…..

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A Guide to the French Apéro

The apéro is one of the many French traditions around food. And as a true francophile, you understand that food is…

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Paris Restaurant: La Ferme Saint Simon

The reopening of the restaurant La Ferme Saint Simon is without a doubt one of the events of the 2014….

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Paris Cafés: Café Marlette

You might have heard of Marlette, the trendy culinary brand originating from île de Ré that has taken Bretagne by storm…

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Dining in Paris: Kei

By luck of the draw – I had already planned to have lunch at Kei Kobayashi’s before the Japanese maestro won his first Michelin…

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Battle of the French Macarons

Ladurée, Pierre Hermé, and Fauchon are only a few names in the big business of macarons. As a matter of fact…

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Coretta Restaurant Interior

Paris Restaurants: Coretta

In a season of highly anticipated openings last fall, Coretta was one of January’s most talked-about. It was …

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Paris Cafés: Le Petit Marché

One evening we were walking in the area around the place des Vosges in the Marais….

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Paris Restaurants: Métropolitain

We had dinner at the Métropolitain not so long ago. Don’t worry, the Métropolitain isn’t the Parisian subway but a….

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Paris Restaurant: Le Petit Châtelet

I have a problem. When I see “Traditional French food” or “English menu available” signs, I just want to run the other way…

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A quick lunch in Paris

For many young professionals, going out for lunch in Paris comes down to going to Cojean…

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Paris Restaurants: Ma Cocotte

On Sundays, a lot of chic, trendy Parisians head out to the Saint-Ouen flea market for a little bit of culture and shopping rolled into one. It’s just a few blocks from the Porte de Clignancourt terminus on Line 4 […]

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Restaurants in Montmartre: La Boîte aux Lettres

The French movie “Amélie” definitely worked its magic on me when I saw it in 2001. It’s a glimpse into the whimsical world…..

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Paris dining: Will

Don’t ever think of Will as a boring nickname, it’s also a hidden gem that foodies should not miss…

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Paris Restaurants: Nebbiolo

The neighborhood east of Place de la Bastille has its share of good Paris restaurants, and a fair amount of them are clustered around the Marché d’Aligre, a rich source of fresh produce and fine bread, meat […]

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