The Salon de l’Agriculture is not about the animals. Sure, there are thousands of creatures preening for a prize, but this event, which takes place from February 26 to March 5, is all about the eats.
Want to eat en terrasse today? Here are our favorite spots for outdoor dining in Paris.
Heading to the city of lights for her most beautiful season? Here are our choices for Parisian restaurants to see in – and recover from – the holidays.
This is one picnic spot with a view. Below you’ll find our suggestions for where to pick up food and wine before camping out atop the steps of the Sacré-Cœur.
Ignore the food at these joints and snag a table for soaking up the sun in a spectacular setting. They can’t screw up opening a bottle of wine or pulling a pint too badly.
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.
It’s not easy to figure out what’s open in late July and August, so we’ve compiled the following schedule to let you know who’s open from day to day.
Game season is a special time in Paris restaurants, with gibier à plumes (wild birds) arriving in late Autumn and gibier à poils (hare, boar or deer) turning up in the early winter. For those who aren’t quite sure how to play the game, we’ve compiled some resources to help guide you through the forest of options.