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Pierre Hermé, Fetish Ispahan. ©Pierre Hermé The siren’s call that brings us back to Paris is different for each of us. For me, it’s the...

The year 2001 was not a good year for Americans. It was a double whammy for me. Just weeks before the terrorist attack, I...

“We've known each other for thirty years and never worked together," said chef Jacques Maximin of Alain Ducasse, last Wednesday at Rech, where he...

Maybe two years ago, Le Figaro’s crack gastronomy staff made phone calls to see how far out about 10 well-known restaurants were booked. ...

New décor for Bistro Saint Ferdinand: book table 87 beneath the magnificent black Murano chandelier, by the water-wall feature. You're in Las Vegas. Under the...

Must be crazy, eh? The darlings of the Anglo-Saxon web and buzz are chefs like Inaki Aizpitarte (La Famille→ Transversal→ Chateaubriand) and...

Last week I wrote about the perfect bistro and I should specify that since my readership is largely American or at least...

Stop the presses and your searches, the quest is over, the perfect French bistrot est arrivé along with the new choucroute. You know...

You know what I’m talking about.  The New York Times has already run an article on the phenomenon.  It’s the book by...

There's a new young talent at The Astor, the handsome town house hotel created by Lord Astor in 1907. David Mansaud, follows...

I’m sure I’ve written and said this many times before but there simply are times when the atmosphere of the meal overwhelms...

In France some brilliant women have created brands/labels/ideas that change everyday life; Sylvie Douce is a fine example. In 1995, Sylvie an...