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Clamato: A New Oyster Bar From the Team Behind Septime

With seafood and shellfish playing a starring role in so many of the city's new and popular restaurants, the team behind Septime finally unveil their own take on the trend with their third
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Le Ciel de Paris: A Stylish (and Delicious) Dining Room With A View

When friends come to visit in Paris, I always get a little nervous. It’s Paris after all, the most-visited and eulogized city in the world.
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by Paige Bradley Frost
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Roseval: New Wave Gourmet In Paris’ Belleville Neighborhood

On a windy night this past fall, I brought my godfather to his first proper Paris dinner. Naturally, I went with a restaurant I was dying to try:
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by Erin Dahl
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Les Berges: Paris’s New Playground by the Seine

One of my favorite discoveries this rentrée is “Les Berges,” the newly pedestrianized waterfront that spans the Left Bank from the Pont de l’Alma
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by Paige Bradley Frost
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Montmartre Dining: Le Grand 8 Offers Simple, Delicious French Classics

The food at Le Grand 8 is nothing new, but the classics being served are reminiscent of a meal cooked by your mother (if your mother was a
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by Erin Dahl
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Centre Commercial: Ethical Fashion by the Canal St Martin

Hot on the heals of the ethical department store, Merci, comes a chic newcomer: the much vaunted Centre Commercial at 2 rue de Marseille in
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by Thomas Butler
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Le Galopin: Fresh, Friendly Dining by Paris’ Trendy Place Sainte Marthe

To be honest, eating at Le Galopin was a bit of a leap of faith initially. I had heard positive things, but its location on Place Saint Marthe (a
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by Krista Stein
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Paris’ Hottest New Outdoor Hangouts: La Passerelle & Le Perchoir Marais

Last summer, the boys behind Le Perchoir brought eating and drinking in Paris to new heights, offering visitors and locals alike a never-before
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by Lindsay McCallum
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Paris Dining: Three Hip Bistros That Won’t Break the Bank

Dining in Paris is the stuff dreams are made of: elaborate dishes made with top notch ingredients, artfully presented by passionate chefs. Albion
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by Amy Thomas
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Food, Art & Film In the 19eme, Paris’ Latest “It” Neighborhood

It’s no secret that some of the most interesting things in a city happen off the tourist grid. New restaurants, music and, of course, lots of art
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by Paige Bradley Frost
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Le Concert de Cuisine: A Franco-Japanese Symphony in Motion

As my husband and I prepared to leave Paris a decade ago, we thought long and hard about where to go for our "au revoir" meal. After three years
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by Paige Bradley Frost
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Coffee Culture Revolution in Paris: The Black Market

The famous Café Procope, Paris’ first café, was serving this new, caffeinated beverage to the likes of Voltaire – rumored to have consumed 40
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by Elise Marafioti
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Terroir Parisien: Locavore Dining In Paris By A Michelin Starred Chef

When a famous chef opens a restaurant, be it in Paris, New York or Kansas City, expectations always run high. Yannick Alleno’s new outpost,
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by Paige Bradley Frost
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