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The plan was to shop for upholstery fabric in the Paris 18th, work up an appetite and go someplace delicious for lunch—a quest one...

Cognac, the world's most imitated brandy, can legally be made only in a relatively small area surrounding the town of Cognac, which is north of...

France Tourism Steps U.S. Marketing with Rebranding, New App and Website Dali Wiederhoft BonjourParis France News Daily PARIS, July 28—The for the France Tourism Development...

Lacking the opulence of many of its sister regions and often ignored in travel literature, Franche-Comté nevertheless offers bountiful treasures to travelers wise enough to...

Fête de la gastronomie returns in September with 2-for-1 gourmet meals during “Tous au Restaurant” promotion throughout France Dali WiederhoftBonjourParis France News DailyParis, July 4—Francophiles,...

Let’s imagine two travelers, Julie and Julia, planning a culinary trip to Paris. Both spend hours on online searches and gathering recommendations from trusted...

The narrow road to Nyons (an hour’s drive north of Avignon) curves its way through olive groves, apricot orchards and villages. It’s an ancient...

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...

  Close to the historic city of Reims, barely an hour’s drive or train ride from Paris, is the Champagne producing region of France (purists...

We frequently receive requests from readers requesting help in choosing a cooking class. Some want to cook and most appreciate wine. And, what's wrong...

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...

Le Clarisse, Paris 7th Sadaki Kajiwara, the new toque at Le Clarisse, recently taken over by gregarious entrepreneur Jean-Philippe Pluvinet, is a product slut. Only...