The Michelin Guide has just released its 2014 designations. Here’s a quick summary, for those who are still following the Red Guide, plus links to the reactions from local and foreign critics.
Parisian restaurants tend to be tiny, and getting a reservation can be somewhat challenging at many of the top tables. Don't want to jump through hoops to get a great meal?
I heard a rumor about this a few weeks ago, and could hardly believe that one of this city’s most influential food critics was being “pushed out” of his post at Le Figaro. We have no idea whether he was actually pushed or chose to jump, but Simon has just confirmed on his blog that his review of the new Juveniles was his last for the newspaper.
He’s now throwing himself into his new blog, which features more videos, an illegible header font, and some content translated into English and Japanese. We’ll be following, and wish him all the best.
Paris Bars for Drinking Craft Beer
Paris Shops for Buying Craft Beer
Whether you favor organic wines from small producers or the big names of Bordeaux and Burgundy, you are never far from a good bottle of wine in Paris.
You're never far from fromage in Paris. At the links below you'll find practical information for cheese shops in every neighborhood.