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Dining out in Paris with Kids: One Ex-Pat Mom’s Experience

I wish there was the perfect how-to guide to dining out with kids. Well, other than “Don’t do it. Stay home and cook.”...Bouncing back and forth from America to France several times a year, I’m
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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
by Emily Dilling
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The Big Mamma Group: Trendy, Fresh, Authentic Italian Dining in Paris

With so many Big Mamma choices, it may be hard to pick which to try first. Here is a breakdown of some of the different restaurants to help you
by Ali Postma
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48 Hours in Venice: A Weekend of Italian Food, Art and Culture

The charm of this unique city can still be appreciated during a short visit provided you do your research and avoid tourist traps. Here are some
by Elena Berton
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November Events in Paris: Paris Photo, Salon des Vignerons Indépendant & More

Our guide to what's on in Paris this November. Also featuring an illustration atelier with Marie Guillard at The Hoxton and Festival Mondial du Kimchi.
by Erin Dahl
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Autumn Jazz Events in Paris: Jazz sur Seine, Blue Note Festival & Postmodern Jukebox

Fall is the season for jazz in Paris. The autumn leaves bring us the best jazz the city has to offer. Here are a few can’t miss shows to check out.
by Lory Martinez
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Single in the City: Moving to Paris Tout Seul

Picking up and moving countries is tough no matter the circumstances, and expat life in Paris is hard (and also really awesome!) for all of us.
by Candice Johnson
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Business Travel Made Easy at CitizenM Hotel La Défense

Business folk (and savvy tourists looking for cheaper room rates) often choose to stay at La Défense for its convenient proximity to the
by Darlene Lim
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The Expat Mom Experience: Paris Fashion Post-Baby

The air in Paris is getting cooler and the metro a little busier with Parisians restored from summer vacation, which signifies la rentrée is in
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An Independent Tea House’s Success in Montmartre: Neo. T.

Nestled on rue de Martyrs, Neo. T. is a tiny tea shop that brims with carefully sourced teas from small producers, sold along with tea making
by Elena Berton
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The Expat Mom Experience: To Paris and Back with Bébé

In our son Georges’ almost two-year life, he has crossed the Atlantic twelve times. And you would think after ten times, mom would have the
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Turkish Coffee, Pastries and Mezze in Paris at Ibrik Cafe

From the moment you step into Ibrik, you know you’re in a coffee shop that is unlike all the others that have recently opened in the French
by Lise Kvan
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August in Paris: What to do 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
by Candice Johnson