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Calling All Francophiles: A Winter Editorial Internship with HiP Paris Blog

Pastel sunset over the Eiffel Tower and the Pont Alexandre III. Interested in an internship with HiP Paris Blog? Learn more at http://haveninparis.com/careers.php.

Love Paris? Interested in reporting on some of the best openings, exciting events, and overall HIPpest things to do in the City of Light? HiP Paris Blog is looking for their next editorial intern. Current intern Emily Jackson shares her experience and more information on how to apply.

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Happy New Year 2018! A Look Back HiP Paris’ Best of 2017

One of the joys of running a blog like Hip Paris is that it gives us the opportunity to work with fabulous writers, photographers, and francophiles that help us discover the city along with our readers. New restaurants, expositions, café openings and bonnes adresses make every year exciting and add variety to the city we love so much.

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August in Paris: What to do When the Parisians Disappear

HiP Paris Blog tells you what to do in Paris when the Parisians disappear

For those with a glass-half-full attitude when the city is half-empty, August is the best time to explore the city. Although it’s true that a lot of many places close their doors completely during this period, there are still plenty of options. And best of all, you are free to enjoy them without the crowds!

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Where to Find the Best Brunch in Paris: Our Top Picks for Brunching in the City

HiP Paris Blog rounds up the top brunch spots in Paris

Cooking breakfast is an intimate experience that requires great heart and attention; it is the first meal of the day. Your empty belly craves for nourishment and love. Perhaps you’re nursing a head-banging hangover. You’re vulnerable, sensitive and want that good food – fast!

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Biglove Caffè: Hip Italian Brunch in Paris’ Marais

Discover Biglove Caffè, the Marais address from beloved Big Mamma Group

For the past few years, the Big Mamma Group has been the purveyor of fresh, delicious Italian cuisine in Paris, with most of their products – and even the staff – hailing from France’s southern neighbor. It was only a matter of time before the group jumped on the Paris brunch train, and we knew that once they did, it would not disappoint.

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Empreintes: A New Concept Store Dedicated to French Craftsmanship

Empreintes Concept Store in the Haut Marais Paris

One of the newest gems of the Haut Marais, the Empreintes concept store is dedicated to fine art. At four stories and 600m2 of floor space, it’s one of the largest concept stores in the city, but you won’t find any kitschy trinkets here. The store was opened by the Ateliers d’Art de France, a syndicate representing and defending the work of crafts professionals in France.

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Peonies: Café et Fleurs on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis

Peonies: Coffee and Flowers on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis

Until now, you had to go to your favorite Parisian coffee shop before going to your favorite flower shop if you wanted to pick up a bouquet of blooms. Now, thanks to one of the 10th arrondissement’s newest cafés, you can do both. Aptly named Peonies, it’s a little spot of respite from the bustling Faubourg Saint Denis neighborhood passing in front of its doors.

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Paris Through Another Lens: Travel Writer vs. Tourist

Paris' best monuments, museums, and cafés through the eyes of a travel writer

Visitors see Paris as a giant playground, an outdoor museum with amazing food and wine, as the most inspirational city in the world. Visitors may be right. As a travel writer, however, I see Paris a bit differently. It’s my business to know what’s happening under the surface, to distinguish the good from the less good.

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January Events in Paris: Fête du Graphisme, Gueules de Parisiens, Cocktail Week & More

Isabelle Bonté, Sneakers

Haute Couture Fashion Week, Les soldes, Fête du Graphisme, Martin M. H. Schreiber Talk at MEP, Sneakers objets de désirs, Gueules de Parisiens: la grande Expo, Classics Only R & B at La Bellevilloise, Paris Cocktail Week, Fête de la coquille Saint-Jacques.

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Happy New Year 2016! A Look Back on HiP Paris: Best of 2015

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has been a trying one for the city of Paris, but certainly not without many positive and exciting happenings too. On behalf of Erica and myself, I want to take a moment to[…..]

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