Tour d’Argent

Tour d’Argent
As the season turns from autumn to winter here in Paris I will begin to post some images that are shot indoors. As I spend much of time focused on everything related to food and wine, as well as photography, here is an image from the “oldest” restaurant in Paris, La Tour d’Argent. The restaurant is not the tower of gastronomy that it once was, but it still is an amazing place to sit and have a wonderful meal complemented by arguably best wine list in the world. Staring out at Notre Dame as day fades to evening and then taking in the luxurious dining room and the quiet hustle and bustle is a sincere pleasure. This image captures head Sommelier David Ridgeway in action during dinner service. I am drawn to the movement and the beautiful quality of red light. For more photography by Clay McLachlan: Beyond the Bread Basket: Recipes for Appetizers, Main Courses, and Desserts by Eric Kayser, Clay McLachlan, and Yair Yosefi French Cooking: Classic Recipes and Techniquesby Hubert Delorme, Vincent Boue, Clay McLachlan, and Paul BocuseEric Kayser’s New French Recipes by Eric Kayser, Yair Yosefi, and Clay McLachlan City Segway Tours are great for seeing Paris in a different light. You’ll see more, have more fun, and not feel tired at the end of it. These are highly recommended and truly a great thing to do during your stay. Fat Tire Bike Tours are another great way to see the city. You’ll get the company of an expert guide, the use of a super-comfortable bike, great tips and advice about what to do while in town and an exciting, informative and educational experience. zChocolat: “World’s Finest Chocolates by World-Champion Chocolatiers.” zChocolat’s selection is handmade by world-champion French chocolatiers following a 400-year-old tradition of passion and zealous adherence to purity. A single bite is an instant of pure seduction and sensory bliss one has never experienced before.

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