Food & Restaurant News

Food & Restaurant News

Thé à la Française at The Ritz Le Salon Proust, at the recently transformed Ritz Paris, is the chic address for tea created by chef patissier François Perret. The elegant booklined space - dedicated to the...

In 2014, the two Michelin starred Jean-François Piège opened an intimate new restaurant in the 7th, on rue Perronet. The vision was to create hearty fare but not in the style of another Parisian bistro or...

Horse-drawn carriage rides, twinkling lights, and a Christmas tree decorated in Baccarat crystal… There’s no place better to celebrate the holiday season than Parisian palace hotels like Le Bristol. But even if you missed...
Roger la Grenouille

Caffè Stern Massmiliano and Raffaele, the Alajmo Brothers-- together with Philippe Starck, architect Dominique Averland and restaurateur David Lanher-- have created an Italian coffee house located in the former Stern engraving workshop (1834) in the...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas... The city's top pastry chefs get creative with their bûches de Noël, the traditional "yule log" dessert. Here are some of the best for 2016.  La Bûche...

Located in the entrance hall of the Gare du Nord -- newly transformed by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte -- L’Etoile du Nord brasserie opened its doors on November 19, 2016.  Architecture is by Patrick Bouchain...
Dîners de Chefs

For the third year running, "Dîners du Chefs" is organized to benefit Restos du Cœur, the association established by Coluche, the late great actor, humanitarian and comedian, who, in 1985 was tragically killed in a...

The first thing I noticed about Vincent were the grape stains on his hands. As an employee of Les Vignerons Parisiens, Vincent is one of a small group responsible for the only wine that...

These days, it seems, everyone has a side hustle. Etsy boutiques, dog walking services, babysitting wee ones, and hocking collectibles on eBay…the options are endless. And even celebrities know the art of the side hustle...
The kitchens of the Ritz Paris

The Ritz Hotel Paris opened in 1898 by Swiss hotelier César Ritz in collaboration with legendary chef Auguste Escoffier. It was the first European hotel to provide en suite bathrooms, telephones and electricity in...

Since opening on rue de Rivoli in 1903, WH Smith has showcased the “art of reading” and “art of living” the English way. Smith’s is a part of ex-pat life in Paris: reading, touching base with...

Calling all pastry fiends. Christophe Michalak, the rock star pâtissier and TV personality, has opened a new boutique just steps from Saint Sulpice Church. (Note: It’s just around the corner from Pierre Hermé’s popular...