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Gare du Nord: Paris Revamps Railway Hood

Gare du Nord and its environs are in the midst of an exciting transformation and for the 200 million travellers it serves annually, it's not a moment too soon.
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Hunting for the Best Boeuf Bourguignon in France

Boeuf bourguignon, immortalized by Julia Child, is a classic French dish. “People don’t make it right because it takes too much time” is a phrase
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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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Roasted Chicken in Paris: The Best Poulet Roti in the City of Light

No country takes chicken more seriously than France, where there are dozens of heritage breeds and where over 30 percent of the chickens consumed
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The Parisian’s Paris: Fabulous Dining Around Nation

While Nation may never be the next Parisian hotspot complete with a cool NYC-inspired acronym (I tried SoOb for South of Oberkampf but oddly it
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The Elegant Eighth: Affordable Food and Superb Culture in Paris’ Chic Business District

For many Parisians, who don’t identify themselves with their jobs, the Eighth Arrondissement represents the office. But you can also eat well and
by Daisy de Plume
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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