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Le Mazenay

On a tiny cobbled side street near the Centre Pompidou, chef Denis Groison recently opened Le Mazenay bistro, named in homage to the Burgundy...

There is nothing quite like dining in cafés, bistros or brasseries in France. Arguably, the French have everyone else beat and every...

The reason behind Alain Milliat's good looks is probably his lip-smacking healthy juices! From the family's orchards, all over France, the world, come the...

La Rotonde Continues to be a Favorite In Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, the character Jake Barnes states, "No matter what café in Montparnasse you...

L'Hotel, Paris 6th The new exhibition at Musée d'Orsay is "Beauté, morale et volupté dans l'Angleterre d'Oscar Wilde.” Small wonder there are big lines waiting...

L’Opéra Restaurant, Paris 9th The Paris Garnier Opera House is magnificent; Garnier's handsome building (started in 1862, inaugurated in 1875) with its sumptuous staircase, mass of sculptures,...
Notre Dame

You’re coming to Paris but have only two days to see the city. Or worse yet, you’re here for meetings and are cloistered in...

Avignon is easily accessible by TGV from Paris, Lyon or Marseille and is therefore the logical starting point for an exploration of the region....

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...

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...

Café Richelieu: the new address Located in the former offices of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Café Richelieu is the new address with large...