This might be the most pedigreed kebab you’ll ever eat: prepared by Le Chateaubriand alum Frederic Peneau with meat from beloved butcher Hugo Desnoyer, homemade spelt flatbread, and herbs from Annie Bertin. […]

Bob’s is adding a Bakeshop

Marc Grossman, the man behind Bob’s juice bar, kitchen and cold press businesses, will soon be adding a bakeshop to the company’s roster. Located in the 18th arrondissement at 22 bis rue Pajol, the team at Bob’s predicts a fall 2013 opening. […]

58 Qualité Street

This is no longer included among the favorite 350 addresses that make up Our Guide to Paris Restaurants. We’ve maintained this page so that you can refer to the practical information and other reviews of interest. Feel free to […]

Pierre Hermé Opens in the Marais

Calling all sweet freaks! Pierre Herme has opened yet another location of his eponymous bakery–this time in the heart of the Marais on rue Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie. Best of all, it will be open all summer long for you to get your fix from the macaron master. […]

Aaron Ayscough

Aaron Ayscough is the author of Paris wine blog Not Drinking Poison in Paris. Before moving to Paris in 2009, he worked as wine director and sommelier for Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali’s Mozza in Los […]

Not Terrible Near the Eiffel Tower

We don’t recommend visiting the Eiffel tower without a solid plan for eating, whether to fortify yourself for the wait or to restore your sanity after the harrowing elevator ride. Here are some tables to consider that don’t require a crosstown trip. […]