Food & Drink

Food & Drink

I'm not a chocolate lover. But in Paris, I visit every chocolate shop that I can. The reason? Their aesthetic. To put it simply, chocolate shops in Paris are beautiful. From their storefronts, to...

Taking place on January 6, 2020, Epiphany is a holiday celebrating when the three kings arrived bearing gifts for the baby Jesus. In France, Epiphany-- indeed the entire month of January-- is warmed by...

 Discover the customs and traditions of Alsace in the heart of Paris when you head to LE BHV MARAIS. Now until December 24th, the courtyard of LE BHV MARAIS l’Homme has transformed into an...
Bustronome

All aboard! Climb into the handsome, black and gold, state-of-the-art, double-decker bus, complete with panoramic glass roof. Launched in 2014, Bustronome is a unique experience in Paris. A moveable feast, Bustronome offers a voyage into...

One of our favorite things about the holiday season in Paris is the bûche de Noël, the Christmas yule log. The city's pastry chefs craft beautiful and creative twists on this traditional dessert. Here...

Everyone has their favorite place in Paris, be it a building, church, street, garden, bridge or museum. Finding beauty in Paris is like looking for sand on a beach, but there will still be...

As the autumn days grow shorter and the temperatures colder, it's time to focus on the next celebration in the calendar. Festive fairy lights, hot chocolate and cozy furry throws are all present and...

"Let them eat cake", the ill-fated queen said. Surely she meant chocolate cake. Chocolate-drizzled pastries. Chocolate mousse. Heck, even chocolate gowns. Chocolate in every shape, form, and texture imaginable. If your taste buds are...

Connaissez-vous le Marché Paul Bert Serpette? Since age 5 when he followed maman around "les puces," Jean-Cyrille Boutmy has been passionate about antiques, art, and vintage bric-a-brac. So, hardly surprising that he admired the Paul...

"Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education." --Mark Twain RECH (since 1925) Alain Ducasse and Jacques Maximin, a friendship of thirty years. So, at the invitation of Monsieur Ducasse, chef Maximin will helm Rech,...

A crisp May morning, unseasonably cold in Paris, and the vendors at the Marché d’Aligre are gregariously chatting with passers-by. The stands are brimming with jewel-like strawberries, plump asparagus, and all the bounty of...

With two heatwaves already this summer and the warm weather set to stay at least through la rentrée (and longer, we hope!), here's a selection of Paris restaurants which serve not only great food,...