A new crop of mixologists are sourcing crazy ingredients, winning international acclaim, and even pairing spirits with food. The old guard calls them unschooled ‘flair’ bartenders. Whose shaker do you want to sip from?
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.
The best picnic provisions near the Champ de Mars (Eiffel Tower).
The best picnic provisions near the tranquil Places des Vosges in the heart of the Marais.
The best picnic provisions near the Canal St. Martin.
The best picnic provisions between & around these two wonderful parks on the northeast side of Paris.
The best picnic provisions along the banks of the Seine river.
The best picnic provisions near the Esplanade des Invalides (the lawn in front of that giant gold dome).
The best picnic provisions near the Palais Royale and the Tuileries.
The best picnic provisions available near the Luxembourg Gardens.
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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.
Three-star restaurant Le Meurice has announced that Alain Ducasse will be taking over its kitchen in September.
Is it possible to eat healthy in the hexagon? French food writer Clotilde Dusoulier tells us about her journey from duck fat to daikon, and names her favorite veg-friendly restaurants & shops in Paris.
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.
The new endeavor from Joshua Adler, formerly the wine director at Spring, offers international clients a safe, reliable way to ship interesting and hard-to-find French wines back home.