Chez la Vieille is an interesting, if ultimately confusing place to eat. Daniel Rose’s 2016 takeover of this beloved institution was motivated by love and respect for its history (read more about that here), and for the kind of classic bistro cooking that seems to
La Bourse et la Vie currently holds the #1 ranking in our list of favorite Classic Bistros in Paris. Come to celebrate, or come on a date. Come for the best steak-frites in Paris, or for the selection of after-dinner armagnacs. Come because you still remember the
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
Chef 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
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
Spring Boutique, the shop run by Daniel Rose and Spring Restaurant, has effectively closed.
The lobster party at Spring has become a summer tradition, and it’s happening again today through Saturday.
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 The crowd at Spring Boutique spills out onto the sidewalk Drew Harré and Daniel Rose Clotilde Dusoulier, Laura Adrian and