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Refettorio Paris: Feeding the Needy With Fine Dining

If you want to get into Refettorio Paris, an exclusive restaurant in the crypt of the Madeleine church, your best bet is by signing up to do the dishes. While the star-studded list of guest
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Classic French Cuisine on a Budget: Bouillon Julien Paris

Many have lamented traditional brasseries’ and bistrots’ decline into mediocrity. The pendulum may have swung back a little, and not a moment too
by Surekha Gupta
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Treize au Jardin: American Comfort Food in Paris

Treize au Jardin is both restaurant and tea salon, an inviting and whimsical space perfect for lunch, brunch, apéro or un petit café and decadent
by Lily Heise
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Beaupassage: A Paris Gastronomic and Wellness Haven

Paris is famous for its covered passages and galeries, shopping arcades that date back to the 19th century. Today, these architectural gems
by Ali Postma
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Wen Zhou: Pork Buns and Dumplings in Paris’ Belleville

Knowing where to eat in Chinatown isn’t an easy feat. Rows of unassuming and almost-identical storefronts line bustling blocks, and rue de
by Erin Dahl
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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
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Holybelly II: Paris’ Favorite Brunch Spot to Open Second Location

Impatient regulars and time pressed tourists who took flight at the sight of long lines outside Holybelly, the 10th arrondissement restaurant,
by Emily Dilling
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Greenhouse: Paris Burger Maven’s Veggie Driven Address in the 11ème

  Paris’ favorite burger maven is going green. Kristin Frederick, creator of beloved food truck, Le Camion Qui Fume, recently opened a
by Erin Dahl
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Shopping Break: Our Favorite Paris Lunch Spots Near Le Bon Marché

Aristide Boucicaut opened the world's first department store in the 1850's. Le Bon Marché was an instant and enduring success, changing shopping
by Sylvia Sabes
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Women In Food & Wine: Ladies Of the Paris Dining Scene, Part I

What follows is the first part in a two-part series on some of the innovative women currently shaping the Paris food scene. They are behind some
by Emily Dilling
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Le Concert de Cuisine: A Franco-Japanese Symphony in Motion

As my husband and I prepared to leave Paris a decade ago, we thought long and hard about where to go for our "au revoir" meal. After three years
by Paige Bradley Frost
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Paris Dining: Three Hip Bistros That Won’t Break the Bank

Dining in Paris is the stuff dreams are made of: elaborate dishes made with top notch ingredients, artfully presented by passionate chefs. Albion
by Amy Thomas
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Delicate Asian Flavors Delight Diners at Yam’Tcha Restaurant in Paris

This was my second visit to Yam’Tcha, my follow-up reservation having been made on the spot after my first dinner. So my expectations were high
by Krista Stein