Rue des Rosiers

Tavline: A Taste of Tel Aviv in Paris’ Marais

Erin Dahl The Marais has countless redeeming qualities, but a creative culinary culture isn’t necessarily one of them. Sure, you have solid falafel and pastrami and a handful of fast-casual gems,
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Miznon: Israeli Cuisine with a French Twist

In the midst of the pita and falafel saturated market of Paris' rue des Rosiers, Tel Aviv favorite Miznon is taking the kebab game to the next
by Emily Dilling
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Last-Minute Getaway to Paris: August Specials

I love Paris in August. Although it gets a little steamy at times, the city empties out of its usual crowds of Parisians as everyone jaunts off
by Genevieve Sandifer
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Top Six Non-French Food Obsessions in Paris

Maggie Battista – Falafel France is the land where food dreams come true—all HiP readers know that by now. But for those of us lucky enough
by Tory Hoen
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The Cult of the Sacha Finkelsztajn Sandwich

I don’t remember life before Sacha Finkelsztajn. Ok, that’s not entirely true, but I’m certainly enjoying it more now that I’m a convert. For
by Tory Hoen
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Neighborhood Spotlight: A day in the Marais

The Marais is one of Paris’ oldest and most famous neighborhoods. Home to scores of galleries, shops, cafés and restaurants and riddled with
by Genevieve Sandifer