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June Events in Paris: Solidays, Playa del Ourq, We Love Green & More

Weather Festival, We Love Green, Paris Jazz Festival, Fete de la Musique, Solidays, Plage GlazArt, Piquenique Batignolles, Champs-Élysées Film Festival, Playa del Ourq, Montreuil Banquet with Les
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Hunting for the Best Boeuf Bourguignon in France

Boeuf bourguignon, immortalized by Julia Child, is a classic French dish. “People don’t make it right because it takes too much time” is a phrase
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Yard: French Fare with a Fresh Twist in the 11ème

“I like the mixture of people here, it's a good sign.” While Yard attracts high profile diners and attention from the fooderati, its focus
by Emily Dilling
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The Parisian Kitchen Cooking Class and Market Tour

Sitting down to a meal that you labored over is truly special. If this is your first visit to Paris or even if you have lived here on and off,
by Meghan Cunningham
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48 Hours in Marrakech

Just three hours by plane from Paris is the red city of Marrakech. There’s a reason the city has been a favorite of creative types and designers.
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Le Servan: Beautiful and Inventive Cuisine by the Levha Sisters in Paris’ 11ème

Despite its unassuming exterior and simple table settings, Le Servan is where serious dinners go to both talk passionately about food as well as
by Emily Dilling
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Gare au Gorille: A Friendly Neighborhood Neo-Bistrot in Paris’ 17ème

Concealed behind an unassuming rusty metal and white tile facade is Paris’ latest culinary incontournable Gare au Gorille. The peculiar name,
by Emma Brode
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Heimat: Chef Pierre Jancou’s New Paris Restaurant

Heimat, whose name is taken from a German word that expresses attachment to a particular place, has a special meaning for Pierre Jancou. Eating
by Emily Dilling
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LIZA Lebanese Restaurant: From Beirut to Paris with Liza Asseily

Ten years ago, Liza Asseily and her husband Ziad opened LIZA Lebanese restaurant on rue de la Banque in Paris. In the years that followed, the
by Rooksana Hossenally
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The Parisian’s Paris: Fabulous Dining Around Nation

While Nation may never be the next Parisian hotspot complete with a cool NYC-inspired acronym (I tried SoOb for South of Oberkampf but oddly it
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A Noste: After-Work Drinks and Tapas-Style Small Plates near Paris’ La Bourse

The area surrounding metro Bourse, teeming with business people and local employees during the day, generally vacates and becomes a ghost town
by Emily Dilling
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Le Poutch: Coffee, Breakfast and Brunch on Paris’ Hip Canal Saint Martin

Café Le Poutch may be new to the scene at Canal Saint Martin, but it’s already made 13, rue Lucien Sampaix its own. With a good soundtrack, free
by Lauren Sarazen
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Le Timbre: Changes at the Well-Loved French Bistro on Paris’ Left Bank

After my first lunch at Le Timbre, the restaurant quickly became a favorite. Each time I go to chef Chris Wright's restaurant I know that I will
by Emily Dilling