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What could be more Parisian than a market street? Best-of-the-season produce displayed in colorful groupings, rôtisserie chickens slowly turning a perfect golden brown, boulangeries...

Almost as iconic as the Eiffel Tower itself, the open-air markets of Paris are a part of the daily life for Paris locals and...

I recently had a chance to revisit the Saint-Quentin covered market in Paris. I was delighted to see how refreshed and reinvigorated it feels...

If you're in New York City, then you're in for a treat. The 2nd Annual Taste of France, the world’s largest event dedicated to France...

Located in the Marais district on rue de Bretagne, Marché des Enfants Rouges is widely considered to be the oldest food market in Paris,...

In the northern part of the Marais is a lovely little market tucked away with two main entrances via small passageways. It is called...

This past May, Mexico Cooks! traveled to Paris--yes, that Paris--with a specific mission: to compare markets in the French capital with markets in Mexico...

A French picnic is not only a welcome reason for friends to gather and graze, but also an unparalleled celebration of summer. Walking around...

Living permanently as an expat in Paris, it is tricky finding the right balance between curiosity and gourmandise. But a classic tale of schadenfreude...

On your first or second visit to the City of Light, you may overlook the markets of all kinds that are a prominent feature...

Ask any tourist with half an idea of the geography of Paris the following question: “Where is the Chinatown?” And he or she would...

Mikki says: Market day is Wednesday in Saint-Rémy de Provence and it is one of the most fabulous markets in Provence. The olive stalls are...