18th arrondissement

French Restaurant Alternatives in Montmartre

While Montmartre's numerous bistros serving traditional French fare often leave much to be desired, there are a number of small restaurants serving excellent international cuisine. If you’re
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Atelier Constance: An Artisanal Cobbler in Montmartre

If you balk at the thought of taking your cherished Chanel ballet flats to a nondescript shoe repair shop, head straight to Atelier Constance and
by Elena Berton
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Paris’ Only Cheesemaker: La Laiterie de Paris

The eastern side of the 18th arrondissement, known as La Goutte d’Or, has been developing into the city’s most interesting food hub over the last
by Lily Heise
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Montmartre: Exploring the New, Hip and Delicious in One of Our Favorite Paris ‘Hoods

Even the small village around metro Abbesses is constantly evolving with new cafés, restaurants, and shops opening all the time. If you find
by Ali Postma
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Le Tout Monde: Authentic Dining & Natural Wine in the 18ème’s Goutte d’Or

My favorite dining companion never fails to strike up a conversation when we're in a restaurant- sometimes with a neighboring table, often with
by Emily Dilling
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Hardware Société: Paris’ Newest Australian-Breakfast Import

Hardware Société, a Parisian outpost of its Franco-Australian founders original Melbourne location, is the most exciting thing to happen to
by Emily Dilling
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L’Épicerie des Environs: A One-Stop Locally Sourced Food Shop in Paris’ 18th

At L’Épicerie des Environs, you’ll find a local – or nearly local – version of just about everything you need to make a delicious dinner (and
by Kate Robinson
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Paris’ Best Butchers and Top-Notch Meat

Shopping for meat in Paris is a great way to discover French specialities and find inspiration for new recipes. French cuisine favors using the
by Emily Dilling
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Brasserie Barbès: Changing Times in Paris’ Barbès Neighborhood

This year’s most anticipated brasserie address in Paris finally opened its doors this April after a two-year refurbishment. While Brasserie
by Rooksana Hossenally
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Le Super Petit Marché: A Retro Grocer Selling Artisanal & Local Produce in Paris’ 18ème

Martine Boutin left corporate life in Paris’ La Défense business district to open a retro-style grocery shop near the mairie of the 18th
by Elena Berton
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Bob’s Bake Shop: A Slice of New York in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement

When he opened his first spot, Bob’s Juice Bar, in 2006, Marc Grossman says he was driven by a simple desire to bring a little of New York to
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La REcyclerie: Head North of Montmartre for Urban Gardening & Eclectic Food & Drink

Up until recently the only reason people passed through Porte de Clignancourt, on the outskirts of the 18th arrondissement, was the famous Marché
by Emily Dilling