It’s that time of year again…the foodie frenzy over the annual San Pellegrino restaurant rankings has begun.
How many baguettes does the jury of this venerable competition actually taste? And do they swallow?
See all the top ten winners from the 2013 Grand Prix de la Baguette de la Ville de Paris.
A tortilla speakeasy, if you will. Fresh corn tortillas are produced and sold out of the back room of an apartment building by a trilingual team. It’s not nearly as sketchy as it sounds.
Parisians, including many of our favorite writers, put their forks down for a moment on Monday to run in solidarity with Boston.
At long last, craft beer is taking off in Paris. Camille Malmquist explores the emergent scene and its key players, telling us what to drink and where.
American fans of the famed French cheese Mimolette are mite-y pissed off that U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has temporarily banned the favorite cheese of Charles de Gaulle.
Acclaimed chef Alain Passard has just added his name and artwork to a series of trash cans.
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Our selection of the best places to buy craft beer in Paris.
Our selection of the best places to drink craft beer in Paris.
Camille Malmquist is a pastry chef who has worked in restaurants, bakeries, and pastry shops both in Paris and the United States. She has written for Secrets of Paris and Girls’ Guide to Paris, and wrote the dessert and bun recipes for Hamburger Gourmet (Marabout, 2012).
Practical information Address: 10 rue Volney, 75002 Nearest transport: Opéra (3, 7, 8) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday-Friday for lunch & dinner and Saturday for dinner only Reservations: Book a few days in advance Telephone: 01 40 15 20 30 Average price for lunch: 40-59€ Average price