Restaurant Reviews

La Maison des Frigos: Hidden Lunches In a Former Artist Squat

by Paige Bradley Frost
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Paige Bradley Frost

Paige Bradley Frost, a Los Angeles native, moved back to Paris with her young family in 2011 after first living and getting married there in 2000. A lover of French style and cuisine, she spends her days scouting and writing about the city's gems when not chasing after her two young children. Her articles about parenting, culture and lifestyle have appeared on NYTimes.com, the Huffington Post and various other publications. She blogs about her Paris experiences at http://parisdejavu.blogspot.com. View Paige Bradley Frost's Website

7 comments on “La Maison des Frigos: Hidden Lunches In a Former Artist Squat

cool! do you know if it is open on the weekends ?

So glad you enjoyed the post. For me, discovering Les Frigos was a bit like traveling to en entirely new place without actually leaving my own (adopted) city. A real find. Bonne annee a tous!

This place looks incredible. Will definitely try and visit the next time I am in Paris. Thank you for sharing and happy new year!

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I can’t wait to try it. Looks so hip and secretive!

I’ve been dying to go here!! Looks marvellous.

I have never been to Paris, but I dream of it. Until I can visit, your lovely articles and wonderful photos transport me there. Thank you for this! Gorgeous article and pictures of this enchanting place! Hugs & happy New Year from Vancouver, Canada. 🙂 Gwyn

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