Posts by Lily Heise - Je T'aime, Me Neither:

  • What to do on Your Next Girls’ Night (or Weekend) Out in Paris

    Shake up your next girls’ n by bringing together your copines over a workshop, tour, tasting, or event organized by one of the below female entrepreneurs.

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    Where to Eat in Paris on New Year’s Day

    Make your way to one of these restaurants open on New Year’s Day in Paris for a festive feast you won’t forget.

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    Where to Eat in Paris on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

    Of all French holidays, Christmas is celebrated with heightened gastronomic pomp. We round up the Paris restaurants that will be open for Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

  • Paris’ Best Food Halls: Hip, Trendy, and Delicious

    Food is in integral part of the Paris experience. Over the past few years the city has seen a surge in a different breed of culinary venue: the food hall. Here are our top picks for food halls in Paris.

  • Where to go For Thanksgiving Dinner in Paris

    For many Americans, Thanksgiving is the most important holiday of the year. It’s a time to be thankful and to bring together your closest family and friends over a hearty meal. However, expats living in Paris can’t always make it back home. Nor is it easy to prepare a Turkey Day feast considering that turkeys need to be ordered in advance and other ingredients can be hard, and expensive, to come by. If you’re looking for a hassle-free Thanksgiving in Paris, you can enjoy a delicious meal in good company at these restaurants.

  • The Best Places for Coffee and Cake in Paris

    From charming tea salons to cool contemporary cafés, here are our top places for an afternoon coffee and cake in Paris.

  • Where to Eat Near the Eiffel Tower

    From neighborhood bistros to cutting-edge contemporary cuisine, here are some of the best restaurants near the Eiffel Tower.

  • The Bees (and Honey) of Paris

    There’s been an upswing in apiculture in Paris, with ruches (beehives) in the most unexpected places. With all the buzz around bees, I decided to discover more about beekeeping and the honey of Paris.

  • Paris’ Best New Vegan Restaurants

    From chic bistrots to cool contemporary cafés, here are the some of the best newcomers on the Paris vegan scene.

  • Exploring Paris’ Canal de l’Ourcq

    Over the course of the last decade, a number of great bars and restaurants have popped up along Canal de l’Ourcq. Here’s where you can take in its relaxed charm.

  • Le Relais: Paris’ Newest Locavore Restaurant

    Le Relais is firmly committed to its motto, “the closer, the better,” and uses the best quality ingredients from the nearest producers, including straight from its own roof.

  • Best Green Day Trips from Paris

    With a short day trip from Paris city center you can surround yourself in gorgeous greenery, as well as some history and culture. Here are some of the best day trips for those seeking a peaceful and beautiful escape to nature.

  • The Best Terraces in Paris for an Apéro

    When the weather is nice in Paris, the only place Parisians want to be is en terrasse. Here is a selection of our favorite hangouts across the capital.