Food & Drink

Food & Drink
Marcella restaurant

Le Ritz, Paris - Sunday Brunch With a pianist tinkling the ivories in the bucolic garden setting of The Ritz Paris, it’s the place to be for relaxed Sunday Brunch. Begin with fresh juices or...
A cheese shop in Paris

The Bonjour Paris editorial team requested reader submissions with memories from first trips to Paris. We were overwhelmed with wonderful responses, which we are publishing in a special series. (Read other installments here.) Below, Sally Peabody...

Four foodies walked into a bar. Never mind. That’s another story... This story begins at a panel discussion at the American Library in Paris. Four food notables—Alec Lobrano, Kristen Beddard, Emily Dilling and Jessie Kanelos...

Omnivore, the world’s most irreverant and exciting foodie festival, returns to Paris (5 - 7 March 2017), for three days devoted to contemporary cuisine. The scene is set at the Maison de la Mutualité, as...

The bustling rue Bayen, in the heart of the Poncelet street market, is the location for chef/pâtissier Cyril Lignac and partner chef Benoit Couvrand’s fifth bakery/ pâtisserie with state-of-the-art interior by architects Karl and...

Provence Dreams This summer, join France Today Travels on a new and exclusive week-long trip to Provence, led by our resident tour managers and local guides, at the peak of the lavender flowering season. Lush with...

If you’ve never been to eastern Paris’s Charonne area, you’re in for a surprise. This micro-quartier in the 20th arrondissement is home to the famous nightclub La Flèche d’Or and the Philippe Stark-designed über-hip hotel Mama...

According to a 2013 report by the International Dairy Federation, the average Frenchman/woman eats 25.9 kg of cheese each year – that’s almost half a kilo a week! So, following the sellout success of last...

Let’s face it, for foodistas and gastronauts, it’s the build up, the speculation and gossip that’s almost as exciting as the awards each time a new guide is published. Paul Bocuse has held *** for...

With the holidays well behind us, lots of Parisians are trying to rid their bodies of the excesses of the fêtes and have resolved to eat better and get more exercise. Joggers are running...

Patrick Roger is a hard man to categorize. He is usually known as an award-winning chocolatier, with six locations in Paris selling his creations. And yet after visiting his website you'd be forgiven for...

Tomy & Co Launching Tomy (&Co) on a quiet Left Bank street near Les Invalides, Tomy Gousset explains is a natural evolution to his culinary career. Since graduating from École Grégoire-Ferrandi -- one of France’s...