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La Bourse et la Vie restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com

La Bourse et La Vie

La Bourse et la Vie is one of our favorite Classic Bistros in Paris. It’s a place where you come to celebrate, to bring a date, and to devour one of the best steak-frites in Paris.

This dining room near the Bourse (the former stock exchange) is compact and cozy, complete with all the markers of a comforting old bistro. It’s largely filled with Americans, especially now that chef Daniel Rose has become the toast of Manhattan with his French restaurant Le Coucou. The latter is delicious but difficult to book and easily five times the price of La Bourse et la Vie. Rose’s primary restaurant in Paris (now that Spring has closed) feels like a steal if your reference point is French food in New York.

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Chez la Vieille in Paris from Daniel Rose | parisbymouth.com

Daniel Rose to take on Chez la Vieille & New York

Chez la Vieille occupies an unassuming corner at the intersection of two quiet streets, Bailleul and l’Arbre Sec, between the Louvre and what’s left of Les Halles. It was opened by the formidable Adrienne Biasin back in 1960 and catered – like most restaurants in this neighborhood – to a clientele of workers from the nearby Les Halles market. When the towering iron and glass pavillions were torn down in 1971 and the market was transferred to the sanitary suburb of Rungis, the “old lady’s” place remained as a comfort for locals who were (and still are) mourning the loss of “the belly of Paris.”  >> Read More

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Daniel Rose Publishes a Cookbook

Spring BookChef Daniel Rose of Spring restaurant has just published a cookbook. He drew the pictures himself, wrote recipes with Sophie Brissaud, and even included a few short stories (whah?).

In Paris, Spring Book is available at the restaurant (6 rue Bailleul 75001, 01 45 96 05 72) and at the Librairie Gourmande and Colette.  . International readers can purchase online and have it signed & shipped – more information here.

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Daniel vs. Danny Rose: the battle for America-in-Paris

Danny Rose Bistro Americain

Appearing on Charlie Rose last week, the chef of Spring Restaurant joked with his interviewer about hosting a dinner for people who share the name, or a connection with the name Daniel Rose.

At the time, the American chef was unaware that a new restaurant had just opened in Paris bearing the improbable name of Danny Rose Bistrot Americain. Is it possible that the owners of this new place near the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont were unaware of another Daniel Rose in Paris, one who happened to be American and to have one of the most popular restaurants (and web searches) in town? After speaking on the phone with the owners of Danny Rose, the Spring chef Daniel Rose is persuaded that they just liked the Woody Allen film and were completely unaware of his existence. Still, lawyers are involved, since the original D-Rose spent thousands of euros to protect his name and doesn’t want it attached to a place that’s serving “American” specialties like gooseberry-slathered pork ribs.

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Paris by Mouth launches with a party at Spring Boutique

Before launching at 5:00 this morning, the PbM crew celebrated the new website with a few hundred glasses at Spring Boutique.

All photos by Nicolas Calcott

LowResolution_img_2972The crowd at Spring Boutique spills out onto the sidewalk

LowResolution_img_2844Drew Harré and Daniel Rose

LowResolution_img_2942 Clotilde Dusoulier, Laura Adrian and Ellise Pierce

LowResolution_img_2849Phyllis Flick

LowResolution_img_2559Christophe Wakim (and girlfriend Oanèse) in the spotlight

LowResolution_img_2672Elisabeth Fourmont, David LebovitzMeg Zimbeck and Daniel Rose

LowResolution_img_2883Bruno Verjus, chasing the good stuff.

LowResolution_img_2880 Barbra Austin and Bertrand Celce

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