6th arrondissement

Gluten-Free in the City: Paris’ Best Restaurants and Bakeries Sans Gluten

There’s a reason why our mental image of a Parisian features a striped-shirt-wearing specimen carrying a baguette, the French after all love nothing more than a loaf of crusty bread- but does
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Healthy Parisian Living: Bringing Wellbeing to the New Year in Paris

Every year, losing weight and eating healthy take the top spots of New Year’s resolution lists, even in Paris. But by the end of the month most
by Elena Berton
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Le Procope: A Paris Dining Experience with a Side of French History

Le Procope, a restaurant located in the Odéon area, is a perfect example of how Paris is a city of hidden treasures. Founded in 1686, the site
by Emily Dilling
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Saint-Sulpice: A Peek Inside One of Paris’ Most Coveted Neighborhoods

Come take a stroll and explore the Saint-Sulpice neighborhood of Paris' sixth arrondissement. Centered around the church of the same name, the
by Sylvia Sabes
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Le Bon Saint Pourçain: Back with New Owners and a Traditional-Modern Mix

A longtime favorite in Saint Germain, Le Bon Saint Pourçain reopened its doors under new ownership this spring, two years after its sudden
by Sylvia Sabes
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Le Timbre: Changes at the Well-Loved French Bistro on Paris’ Left Bank

After my first lunch at Le Timbre, the restaurant quickly became a favorite. Each time I go to chef Chris Wright's restaurant I know that I will
by Emily Dilling
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Paris Farm-to-Table Restaurants: Delicious, Local and Fait Maison

A few months ago, I attended a question and answer session about French food and the fait maison/frozen food question was raised. A few people
by Kristen Beddard