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Four Bloggers Check Out Au Passage, Paris’ New Foodie Fave

by Forest Collins
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Forest Collins

Forest Collins chronicles her search for the finest cocktails in Paris on her blog, 52 Martinis. Every Wednesday, she tries a new place. She starts with a martini for a standard of comparison and then usually orders a second. Got a bar you think makes great drinks? Let her know, she'd love to try it! View Forest Collins's Website

13 comments on “Four Bloggers Check Out Au Passage, Paris’ New Foodie Fave

The hidden location makes you feel like you’ve stumbled upon Parisian treasure. We’re enjoying this wave of new French tapas style restaurants!

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Looks fantastic, delicious, fresh, tasty, simple, colorful, friendly, relaxed, and well, can’t wait to try it! Is it an American place? Wondering by the small mention of the menu not being the typical American overwhelming amount of choices?

Sounds like one place not to be missed… great review and what a fab way to do it… together! xv

I agree! One of my favourites. Love the 4-way review and the photos!

My kind of place. I love the mismatchedness. (made that word up). Small, charming places like this are cropping up in my Toronto neighbourhood…. but then you have to go outside. Uggh! Dundas Street in Toronto just doesn’t cut it.

What a cute little joint! this is definitely going in to my little black book of Paris essential addresses!

Another one for the files and to recommend to friends visiting Paris. Exactly my kind of restaurant.

This looks and sounds perfect, especially the simplicity of the menu and decor. Plus it is in my neighborhood! Thanks for the tip.

I think the opening hours for Tue-Fri should read 2am, not pm. And that’s a good thing! 🙂

what a fun read! thanks for the head up! andrea

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