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Coutume Cafe, Paris

Craft roasted coffee is experiencing a renaissance in Paris, with several local roasters installing in the capital and a large choice of coffee shops...

It’s a stupid question, I know, but I can’t help asking it. Does that man over there, so pale and fair-haired he could be...

I have no idea why I’m here, but I am pretty sure I shouldn’t be. I guess I should correct that. I’m here because...

Although the peripherique cuts off Paris from the rest of Ile-de-France, there is plenty of diverse character surrounding the 20 arrondissements. The ring of...

As anyone who has ever visited Paris knows, it is a walking city.  Even the monumentality of its arrondisements does not overshadow...

BonjourParis is offering readers a chance to win a lunch for two at La Brasserie de l’Isle Saint-Louis. The brasserie is among the last...

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...

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...

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,...

French gastronomy can be overwhelming to even the seasoned Paris visitor. If you’ve had your fill of crêpes jambon-fromage, your wallet can’t handle Le...
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...