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Alésia Café Strolling around Paris, with or without a poussette (child's stroller), is absolutely one of the most satisfying activities to do, especially during long...

La Grande Verrière, Paris 16th Christian Le Squer, 3-star Michelin chef at Pavillon Ledoyen Champs-Elysées and also at Etc. near the Arc de Triomphe, just...
Versailles August

What’s Open in Paris in August? It’s nearly August when most well-to-do Parisians flee the city like lemmings, leaving others behind to allegedly suffer. But,...

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...

Spoken Word is a Paris "club" open to anyone who wants to watch or join English-speaking performance artists and poets perform on an...

(Did you see Part I of this story? Click here to read it first.) The minimalism of contemporary pastry art can be spectacular. A ...

Parisian Pastry Art, Part 1: Paris Past (After reading, see Part II of this story here.) What do the glories of ancient Greece and...

All across France Christian and Jewish families will celebrate Pâques (Easter) and Pesach or Pâque juive (Passover) holidays in April. This year, the...

April 11-17, 2011 BonjourParis France News Daily Newest entries are on the top for current week, Monday-Sunday. Sunday, April 17: Coffee wars brewing in Paris as...