Small plates

The Hood Paris: Coffee, Creativity and Gastronomy

The Hood wears many hats, and it carries each one impeccably. By day, the comfortable, airy space serves as a coffeehouse and creative meeting place. By night, a veritable gastronomic address.
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Le Grand Bain: Imaginative Small Plates in Paris’ Belleville

Le Grand Bain restaurant specializes in imaginative small plates, blending diverse flavors and international ingredients with ease.
by Erin Dahl
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Through the Washing Machine: Hidden Cocktails & Small Plates at Lavomatic

I watched as my friend approached one of the washing machines, pressed something (I’m still not sure exactly what) and, to my surprise a door
by Tristan Treeby
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Capucine: An Italian Café and Wine Bar Tucked Away in the 11ème

Fans of Fabrizio Ferrara’s flavorful cuisine were disappointed by the closing of Caffé dei Cioppi, but happily the space has reopened as a
by Emma Brode
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Cartel: Japanese Tapas Along Paris’ Canal St-Martin

Modeled on a Japanese izakaya bar, Cartel is Canal St-Martin’s latest opening. For their second project, the team behind Marais bistro Mère Fille
by Rooksana Hossenally
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Cocktails and Noshes in SoPi: Inside l’Entrée des Artistes Pigalle & Le Grand Pigalle

Paris’ best playground is at the base of Montmartre, in the once red-light district turned bohemian paradise with no end of bars, boutique
by Emma Brode
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A Noste: After-Work Drinks and Tapas-Style Small Plates near Paris’ La Bourse

The area surrounding metro Bourse, teeming with business people and local employees during the day, generally vacates and becomes a ghost town
by Emily Dilling
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The Paris Popup: A Week-long Food Fête in the City of Light

Summer may be over, but there’s always something to celebrate in Paris. The end of September marked the long-awaited return of chef Harry Cummins
by Emma Brode
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La Table de Cybèle: Fresh and Local Dining in Boulogne

It’s seems that Boulogne, a relatively staid suburb of Paris, is becoming spunkier as a different breed of establishment seems to be seeping into
by Forest Collins