How many baguettes does the jury of this venerable competition actually taste? And do they swallow?
A tortilla speakeasy, if you will. Fresh corn tortillas are produced and sold out of the back room of an apartment building by a trilingual team. It's not nearly as sketchy as it sounds.
Our selection of the best places to buy craft beer in Paris.
Our selection of the best places to drink craft beer in Paris.
Craft beers, fried chicken and greens in Paris? It's all part of a new pop-up brew pub idea from Phillip Lamb.
The most frequently asked questions about our food tours, all answered for you.
James Henry, the Australian chef who made a name for himself at Au Passage, will open Bones in early December.
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.
According to the newspaper Le Parisien, three Paris restaurant were recently busted for trafficking in cocaine. The historic L'Escargot Montorgueil, which has been serving the namesake gastropods for more than a century, has in more recent times been serving rails as well as snails.
After the wild success of Le Camion Qui Fume, Paris now has a second food truck to stalk. The Cantine California opened for business on Saturday April 1st, selling burgers, carnitas, and red velvet cupcakes at the Marché Saint-Honoré.
Free macarons from top Paris pastry chefs all day long on March 20!
Paris' first food truck has been sitting idle for nearly two weeks as they try to untangle some administrative red tape, but they'll be smoking once again this Saturday as part of the Colette Carnaval.
All about our prices for both small group and private tours.
Ho ho ho! We hope that you've enjoyed counting down the days before Christmas with a new Bûche de Noël every morning. Our final cake, boasting edible fungus and a silver saw, comes from Pierre Hermé. Happy holidays, everyone!
Salt & Pepa have reunited to rap about this year's crop of Bûches de Noël.
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.
- February 3 (Thursday) at Spring Boutique: free tasting of charcuterie made from a chevreuil (deer) that was nabbed by their friend, accompanied by €5 glasses of Cornas. From 6-8pm at 52 rue de l’Arbre Sec, 75001.
- February 4 (Friday) at La Dernière Goutte: a free “2 1/2 Happy Hours” wine tasting with nibbles from 5-7:30pm at 6 rue de Bourbon le Château, 75006.
- February 5 (Saturday) at Les Caves Taillevent: a free wine tasting from 10am-5pm at 199 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008.
- February 5 (Saturday) at La Dernière Goutte: a free wine tasting from 11am-7pm at 6 rue de Bourbon le Château, 75006.
Wine Tasting Classes
- Feburary 4 & 5 (Thursday & Friday) at Spring Restaurant: The “Grand Afternoon Tasting” is a 1.5 hour class in English and will “go over the basics of how to taste wine, introduce you to six different wines from our favorite artisanal producers, and discuss wine and food pairing. Cost: 60€ per person. Classes in the 16th-century cave beneath the restaurant at 6 rue Bailleul (1st) begin at 4pm. More information here.
- Every Day (but Sunday) at Ô Chateau: wine tasting classes in English ranging from French Wine Introductory (30€) to the Grand Crus Tasting (80€). Classes (except the Champagne river cruise) take place at 52 rue de l’Arbre Sec in the 1st.
One of the great bakeries of Paris, and not a baguette to be found.