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A pretty dish at Les Flocons de Sel restaurant

Mark your calendars! From September 21st to October 4th, 2015, Tous au Restaurant is the essential food event of the fall's season. It's a unique opportunity to discover or...
Meslay Marais 2-bedroom apartment for sale

Superb property in a Haussmannian building with a balcony. A great floor plan and outstanding original features make the property an ideal buy for a pied-à-terre...
The spa at the Shangri-La hotel Paris

I'm a firm believer in enjoying life's finer pleasures, some of which can easily become weekly rituals. A morning yoga class, haute cuisine dining,...
The bouquinistes of Paris by Peter Olson

A fundamental part of the "paysage parisien," the bouquinistes are booksellers (used and antiquarian books) whose stalls line the Seine river. As important symbols of literary and...
Le Camion qui Fume hamburger

With a little delay, Kristin Frederick’s burger barge launches soon. In a bold sea-faring move, Le Camion qui fume, the innovative and highly popular...
Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris

One of the oldest mansions in the Marais is the mansion of Lamoignon which is home to the Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de...
Hotel Ritz Paris

One of the world’s most highly anticipated hotel openings this year is the Ritz Paris, which closed in 2012 for what was to be...
Brillat-Savarin cheese on a Marie Antoinette plate

I'm a cheese fanatic. After just one nibble, my joy swells within me as I skip down the cobblestones. How deep is my love?...
Art in Montmartre by Leah Walker

There are as many cliché souvenirs in Paris as there are tourists. No matter if it’s scaled down versions of Tour de Eiffel, I...
courtesy of Buvette New York

In Paris, food is everything. In Paris, food is everywhere. In Paris, food is all-important. In fact, it seems one of the prerequisites for being...