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Welcome to the 17th arrondissement, the neighborhood that first saw the Statue of Liberty. From 1882–1884 the Atelier Monduit et Béchet—the foundry on rue...

MaSa, Paris 17th They call chef Hervé Rodriguez “Masa,” meaning “manipulateur de saveurs,” so that's what he's named his latest restaurant. MaSa is located on...

With 27 hotels to date and 47 new openings on the drawing board, Mandarin Oriental has opened in Paris at the sign of the...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

The French pronoun “mien” (mine) conjures a possessive flush of pride, and is often used when referring to one’s neighborhood. Its opposite—“ce n’est pas...

Walk into Le Clou de Fourchette and you have a feeling of déjà vu, you've seen owner Christian Leclou on French TV cook-shows strutting...

Twice in recent days my eating partners and I have been offered choices for main courses but we had to pick the same choice for...

Parisians on a rampage have burned down more than one monument in their 2,000-year history, and Napoleon III and his Prefect Baron Haussmann wiped...