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Rue Myrha: One of the Coolest Corners of Paris’ Goutte D’Or

rue Myrha in the Goutte d'Or, Paris

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The Goutte d’Or neighborhood is not the Paris most visitors expect when they land at Charles de Gaulle airport. A short walk from the Sacré-Coeur tourist mecca, the immigrant microcosm of African hairdressers, halal butchers, and informal street stalls selling corn husks around the Barbès-Rochechouart intersection is not one that even some Parisians aspire to visit.

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January Events

Soldes, Paris Fashion Week, Paul Taylor Stand-up, David Bowie Tribute Concert, Maison et Objet, Paris Cocktail Week, Autour du Piano at the Musée Jacquemart-André.

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Montmartre Roundup

Happy New Year 2017!

As 2016 draws to a close, the team at HiP Paris would also like to take a moment to thank all who have contributed over the past year, as well as our dedicated readers. You all make HiP Paris what it is! We’re ready for the excitement 2017 has in store, but are first taking[…..]

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Winter Strolls to Soak Up the Festive Season

Winter Strolls

There’s something particularly special about Paris over the holidays. Of course there’s the sparkling street lights, the enticing window displays, the abundance of heavenly holiday treats, but it’s something more than that. Spirits ride on this wave of joie and les parisiens can’t help but have a little extra joie de vivre.

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Raphaële Marchal A La Folie Book

Raphaële Marchal: À La Folie

If there’s one name to know in Paris’ fizzing new food scene, it’s that of Raphaële Marchal. Contributing writer to the all-things-sugar magazine, Fou de Pâtisserie, as well as the Parisian’s go-to-guide for young and creative cuisine, Le Fooding, the 26 year-old also runs her own successful food blog enrangdoignons.com and contributes to many of the gastronomic events in Paris.

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Christmas Gift Shopping in Paris, Rebecca Plotnick Photo Prints

Holiday Shopping

Rebecca Plotnick Photography Gift-giving is one of those benevolent acts that requires several critical components to come together in order to make the perfect package: it should be creative and thoughtful, yet useful; selflessly chosen, but still reflect a little bit of you, the giver. CO TO

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Holiday Dining

It’s the holiday season and those who jump on vacation as an opportunity for international travel often flock to Paris this time of year. Neighborhoods are decorated with draping Christmas lights and window shopping is taken to a whole new level. But worried where to dine on Christmas or New Year’s? We’ve got you covered.

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Mamma Primi, New Italian Dining from the Big Mamma Group, in the Batignolles District of Paris

Mamma Primi

When searching for authentic Italian cuisine, you know you have chosen well when the chefs and wait staff can be heard passionately chattering away in Italian on the terrace during their quick break between rushes. It is understandable that Parisiens, and in-the-know tourists alike, are flocking to Mamma Primi, the newest address from Big Mamma Group.

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December 2016 Events in Paris

December Events

Elaine Sciolino & John Baxter at Shakespeare & Company, Le Food Market Marché de Noël, Marché de Noël Norvège at La REcyclerie, Fête du Court Métrage at Carreau du Temple, L’Heure Bleue at Cité de la Mode et du Design, Cy Twombly retrospective at Centre Pompidou, 42nd Street at Châtelet Theatre.

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