SeptimeBook well in advance, and then look forward to Bertrand Grébaut's beautiful, seasonal cooking, pristine ingredients, and a fine list of natural wines to match.
First Look: LazareLazare is not an open and friendly haven for travelers or gastronomes. It is a club masquerading as a restaurant, employing the sort of velvet rope snobbery that one expects to find at Le Montana or a Costes establishment. There is nothing Eric Fréchon's kitchen could have produced which could have salvaged the worst service I've received in nine years of writing about Paris restaurants.
Thanksgiving in ParisHaven't sorted out your Thanksgiving holiday plans yet? No need to freak out. We've rounded up a few resources to help our American readers, as well as any locals who'll be sharing the table this year.
Jacques Genin's New LocationThe tea salon & chocolate shop in the Haut Marais has long been the only place to purchase Jacques Genin's impeccable sweets.
Saint-Germain: Our Guide to Eating & Drinking ItUnless you're on an all-chocolate diet, this can be a frustrating food neighborhood. Prices are high, quality is questionable. But with a batch of new openings over the past year to add to our old favorites, we're no longer stumped by the (frequently asked) question: "I'm staying in the 6th arrondissement. Where should I eat?"
Aux Enfants GâtésHusband & wife team Caroline and Frédéric Bidault (formerly of La Grande Cascade and Lasserre) have opened a French bistro intended to spoil diners with lovingly labor-intensive seasonal cooking.
FilmLoverThank you for all this work on lemon tarts. Just