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For the past few years, the Big Mamma Group has been the purveyor of fresh, delicious Italian cuisine in Paris, with most of their products – and even the staff – hailing from France’s southern neighbor. It was only a matter of time before the group jumped on the Paris brunch train, and we knew… …read more

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has been a trying one for the city of Paris, but certainly not without many positive and exciting happenings too. On behalf of Erica and myself, I want to take a moment to… …read more

The mold for bars and cafés in Paris largely remains unbroken, especially when it comes to the city’s wine bars. That’s what makes Aux Deux Cygnes so special- it’s a welcoming neighborhood wine bar whose menu is fun to order from, and opens up a whole new world to winemakers. …read more

One of the newest gems of the Haut Marais, the Empreintes concept store is dedicated to fine art. At four stories and 600m2 of floor space, it’s one of the largest concept stores in the city, but you won’t find any kitschy trinkets here. The store was opened by the Ateliers d’Art de France, a… …read more

One of the joys of running a blog like Hip Paris is that it gives us the opportunity to work with fabulous writers, photographers, and francophiles that help us discover the city along with our readers. New restaurants, expositions, café openings and bonnes adresses make every year exciting and add variety to the city we… …read more

Once upon a time, I worked in the Paris tourism industry. It was 2008, Haven in Paris (boutique apartment rental agency that is now Haven In) had begun to take off, and I had the good fortune to get hired as its first full-timer and startup maven-in-training. I was based in New York, but was… …read more

Cooking breakfast is an intimate experience that requires great heart and attention; it is the first meal of the day. Your empty belly craves for nourishment and love. Perhaps you’re nursing a head-banging hangover. You’re vulnerable, sensitive and want that good food – fast! …read more

Until now, you had to go to your favorite Parisian coffee shop before going to your favorite flower shop if you wanted to pick up a bouquet of blooms. Now, thanks to one of the 10th arrondissement’s newest cafés, you can do both. Aptly named Peonies, it’s a little spot of respite from the bustling… …read more

Previously only available at La Grande Épicerie de Paris, famed crèmerie Maison de la Chantilly opened its first boutique on Rue Cler, dedicated to the art of the French whipped cream. The bright little boutique provides an authentic taste of a specialty first adored by French royalty. …read more

With so many globally inspired restaurants popping up all over Paris, it’s refreshing to find a bistrot that feels truly French. At À La Française, enjoy delicious, homemade fare, and cocktails made with all French ingredients, both original and modern twists on forgotten classics. …read more

Just when we thought no more cafés could open in Paris this summer, we were happily proven wrong by the 11th arrondissements newest additions. Both offering options that go far beyond coffee, we’re filling you in on your new rainy day work spot and your new favorite brunch location. …read more

Opened the first of June and tucked away off of rue de Francs Bourgeois in the heart of the neighborhood is the Marais’ newest pop-up summer terrace, Café Cour. The terrace offers half-sunlit, half-shaded seating up until around 17h, when the sun sinks just low enough to be hidden. …read more

Paris is wonderful at any time of the year, but it’s during the summer months that the city really begins to buzz with life and energy. Over the past few weeks, three new cafés have sprung up in Paris, adding to the city’s ever-growing list of places to get delicious craft coffee. …read more