Emily Dilling

La Robe et La Mousse: Craft Beer Comes to the Left Bank

Despite the overwhelming interest in craft beer in the capital, the movement has been slow to make its way to the other side of the Seine. The Right Bank abounds with beer bars and bottle shops,
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5 Pailles: A Hidden Coffee Shop in Paris’ 10th Arrondissement

Paris teaches you that appearances can be deceiving. One of the biggest charms of the city is how it can change from tiny to titanic, small to
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Too Good To Go: France’s First Anti-Food Waste App

French cities have welcomed bike powered food delivery services such as Deliveroo and Foodora with open arms in recent years, but the latest
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Abattoir Végétal: Daytime Dining, the Vegan-Friendly Way

There's a new daytime dining address in the 18th and it's making a killing on its wholesome plant-based dishes. Abattoir Végétal (literally
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Happy New Year 2017! A Look Back HiP Paris’ Best of 2016

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
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Holiday Dining in Paris: Christmas and New Year’s Eve Openings

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.
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Le Mordant: A Carnivore’s Paradise in the Hip 10th Arrondissement

Winter is swiftly arriving in Paris and locals are warding off the froid in perfect French fashion: by gathering around tables and sharing
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Le Tout Monde: Authentic Dining & Natural Wine in the 18ème’s Goutte d’Or

My favorite dining companion never fails to strike up a conversation when we're in a restaurant- sometimes with a neighboring table, often with
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Le Triangle: Craft Beer and Thoughtful Cuisine in the 10th Arrondissement

The craft beer boom in Paris grown at such an astonishing rate that the market has essentially become saturated in a matter of years. The team
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Hardware Société: Paris’ Newest Australian-Breakfast Import

Hardware Société, a Parisian outpost of its Franco-Australian founders original Melbourne location, is the most exciting thing to happen to
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On Natural Wine and Where to Drink It in Paris

Ever since discovering natural wine in 2012, I have begun to seek it out as a sign of quality and good food and drinks to come when choosing
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Les Vendanges: The Grape Harvest in France’s Loire Valley

The hot days of summer inevitably inspire winemakers to tackle the practicalities of the harvest. Here in wine country, the build up to the
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Halles Alimentaires: A New Food Market Concept in Paris

Food activists celebrated a victory on July 5th when “4 Saisons Solidaires,” a proposition introduced by the Communist Party, was passed by the
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