Morning in the Marais
About this neighborhood: Throughout its long history, the Marais has been home to successive waves of aristocrats, immigrants, artists, and hipsters. The northern section of this quarter is now exploding with art galleries, independent fashion boutiques, and cool new eateries.
What we’ll taste: We’ll start the day with bread and breakfast pastries from one of the city’s most acclaimed bakeries, before tasting our way through a number of small and special artisanal food shops. Depending on the day, we may sample rare and carefully aged cheeses, eye-popping terrines and charcuterie, artisinal ham, and some of the most incredible sweets produced in Paris (and therefore the world).
Our aim with morning food tours is to share a wide range of traditional French foods paired with wine, and so we’ll be tasting at a small wine shop located in the oldest covered market in Paris.
The Marais in pictures
Small production goat cheeses from the Loire Valley.
Locals hanging out at one of the city’s oldest markets
Some truly luscious charcuterie.
Some of the best chocolate you may ever eat.
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