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Bread and Roses is a hip, exceptional bakery that you'll find nestled in the tony St.-Honoré neighborhood in Paris, next to Hermès and a...

  La Tour d'Argent opened in 1582, a handsome pile opposite Notre Dame, between the Seine and the Bernardins monastery. It was built using stone...

In a small room of the Hôtel-Dieu, Hospices de Beaune, the hospital for the poor built in 1443 by Duke of Burgundy Philippe-le-Bon's...

When Le Patio launched last February it quickly became a celeb favourite not only for its flexible opening hours and alternative ways of eating,...

The Tour de France is now on the horizon to Paris and it will all come to an end soon. While I take deep...

L'Assiette gets mixed reviews, chef David Rathgeber is a young maverick trained and trusted by Alain Ducasse to set up Benoit,...

It's a day for something familiar, not one for wandering off into a quartier I don't know or haven't been to for twenty years....

I have always believed in the diplomatic abilities of food. Perhaps you've heard that oversimplified statement "If only our world leaders shared a meal,...

I was out for drinks with friends the other night. Paolo, who is Venetian, was talking about the feast his grandmother had made for...

In chef's whites Alain Ducasse welcomed guests to lunch at the Plaza Athénée one day last week. “I've just arrived from The...

In these hard economic times, we all look for ways to make our dollars go farther. For wine lovers, a good plan is to...

“You can’t get there from here,” is the punch line of an old joke about travelers in Maine. One of the pleasures of living in...