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Restaurant Reviews

Where to Eat Around the Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre

Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or inventive cuisine, a short walk will take you to these great restaurants near the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Montmartre.
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Parisian Living

Paris Restaurants Are Taking It to the Streets

I can’t speak for everyone in Paris, but all I really want to do now that the quarantine is slowly lifting is go outside. Eat outside, drink outside, walk outside. ...read more
Restaurant Reviews

August in Paris: Restaurants & Cafés Staying Open

Lots of restaurants and cafes close in August, which can make it tricky to find somewhere to eat and drink if you’re visiting the city, or one of the few locals (i.e. me) to remain. I’ve made it my mission to hunt down some of the best restaurants and cafés that will be open this month in the city:...read more
Parisian Living

My Perfect Day in Normandy: Sharon Santoni

British-born, Sharon Santoni has spent most of her life in France. A maven of good taste, Sharon launched My French Country Home in 2010, and My French Country Home Magazine in 2019. Read on for a taste of authentic French living that will make you want to instantly up and move over!...read more
Bars

Paris’ Best New Summer Terraces

It’s summer in Paris and that means it’s time to take advantage of the many terraces and rooftop bars the city has to offer. Here are this year’s best new spots for you to check out. ...read more

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Four Paris Vacation Apartments to Dream of Now

Are you dreaming of traveling again? Paris, with all it has to offer, never ceases to seduce and surprise, whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been coming back for decades. Planning travel right now is tricky, but with the right accommodations and a flexible rebooking policy, Paris doesn't have to be off the cards completely! We’ve selected a few of our top picks of Paris apartments which ...read more
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A Guide to Paris’s Latin Quarter

Where Hemingway once walked, and students now weave in and out of Soufflot Hall and the Bibliothèque Saint-Geneviève, is the storied Latin Quarter, straddling parts of the fifth and sixth arrondissements of Paris....read more
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Where to Eat Around the Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe

Here is a selection of venues around the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe that are well worth eating at, compared to the chain restaurants that unfortunately line the world-famous avenue. In fact, in the case of some⁠, you may even have one of the best meals of your life if you’re willing to splurge a little⁠....read more
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Food & Drink

Dorie Greenspan’s Summer Vegetable Tian

Tian is the word for both the the dish itself and the pottery casserole in which this dish is cooked. My friend and cookbook author Lucinda Scala Quinn (Mad Hungry), summed up the dish perfectly: She said the best ones should have too much oil, enough salt, and a long cook time. In other words, if your vegetables melt and border on jam, you’ve made a good tian. ...read more

Bon Appétit: Our Favorite Bistro Cookbooks

There are so many things that Francophiles miss about the French capital while travel restrictions are in place, and chief amongst them is the food. At the heart of dining out in Paris is, of course, the humble bistro. For centuries they have popularized culinary classics like steak frites, coq au vin, gratin dauphinois, and more. While it might be a while before visitors can find their way ...read more

Picnicking in Paris: Cafés Doing Takeout Food Near Parks and Gardens

With parks and gardens now reopened, why not get yourself some takeaway from one of these cafes and enjoy in the nearest green space?...read more

Restaurants To-Go and Delivery in Paris

This is a difficult time for our beloved Parisian restos, so why not take a break from cooking and support local businesses by treating yourself to a delicious meal that you don’t have to make yourself!...read more
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