George Whitman opened the iconic Anglo bookstore at 37 rue Bûcherie in 1951. “The space next door has been empty for over 30 years, and my father always wanted to rent it for a bookshop café,” explains Sylvia Whitman, his daughter and successor. Continue reading Shakespeare & Company to Open a Café This Fall
- September 6-7: Quintessence, a French spirits salon, will be celebrating armagnac, calvados, cognac, eau-de-vie de fruit, rhum and whiskey all weekend. Discover, learn and taste products from a range of traditional and artisanal producers. From 2pm-7pm at Pavillon Ledoyen at 1 avenue Dutuit, 75008. Tickets start at 25€.
- September 9: Brooklyn Brewery is taking over L’Epicerie du Verre Volé and serving 5 different brews alongside a few snacks. From 6pm onwards at 54 bis rue de Folie Méricourt, 75011.
- September 13: La Cave des Papilles is putting on La Fête en Musique to ease us into fall. The Agathe Jazz Quartet and Jona Groove Quartet will provide the musical accompaniment and they’ll be serving oysters, Neapolitan pizza, and natural wine. From 11am-6pm at 35 rue Daguerre, 75014.
Our guide to eating and drinking your way through some of the most interesting neighborhoods in Paris, with recommendations for restaurants, wine bars, cafés, cocktails, and the best shops to buy food & wine. Continue reading Neighborhood Guides
We collected the best examples of classic & creative interpretations, and invited a panel of food experts & enthusiasts to evaluate them in a blind taste test. Continue reading Five Great Paris-Brest