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Strolling Paris’ Still-Shifting 11th: rue Popincourt & rue de la Folie-Méricourt

Split only by the busy boulevard Voltaire, the rue de la Folie-Méricourt and rue Popincourt form a bridge between the Oberkampf and Voltaire neighborhoods of Paris. While located in one of the
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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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CREAM Café: Craft Roasted Coffee in Paris’ Belleville Neighborhood

Pay a visit to CREAM, Paris’ newest address for craft-roasted coffee in Belleville. Far from being a spin-off of an American or Australian coffee
by Emily Dilling
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The Elegant Eighth: Affordable Food and Superb Culture in Paris’ Chic Business District

For many Parisians, who don’t identify themselves with their jobs, the Eighth Arrondissement represents the office. But you can also eat well and
by Daisy de Plume
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Bob’s Bake Shop: A Slice of New York in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement

When he opened his first spot, Bob’s Juice Bar, in 2006, Marc Grossman says he was driven by a simple desire to bring a little of New York to
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Street Food Revolution: Paris’ Most Popular Food Trucks

It’s been three years since Paris food truck forerunner Le Camion Qui Fume hit the cobblestones of Europe’s culinary capital. Since then, the
by Emma Brode
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Rachel’s Restaurant and Bakery Opens Shop in Paris’ North Marais

Rachel’s is a refreshing new face in the bistronomie movement in Paris – truly high-quality, homemade dishes made with seasonal ingredients that
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Folks and Sparrows: A Trendy Café-Épicerie-Concept Store in Paris’ 11ème

The latest buzz on the Paris coffee scene is Folks & Sparrows, a café-épicerie-concept store tucked away in the 11ème. I spent a couple hours
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High-End Takeout: Verjus & Frenchie Do Gourmet Sandwiches To-Go in Paris

It's 1pm, and your stomach is growling. For many in Paris, that means a stop by the closest boulangerie for a classic sandwich au jambon fromage.
by Diane Yoon
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Tifamade’s Secrets: Homemade Sandwiches, Bike-Delivered in Paris

As an aspiring food writer and someone who puts peanut butter on everything, I often question my relevance in a country of haute gastronomie. But