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Printemps du Goût: A Paris Shopping Institution Focuses on French Terroir

On January 10th the iconic Parisian department store Printemps followed the example of competitors Le Bon Marché and Galeries Lafayette by opening their own épicerie fine, Le Printemps du Goût.
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5 Pailles: A Hidden Coffee Shop in Paris’ 10th Arrondissement

Paris teaches you that appearances can be deceiving. One of the biggest charms of the city is how it can change from tiny to titanic, small to
by Emily Dilling
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Paris Beer Week Recap: The Best New Addresses for Craft Brews

While the participants in Paris Beer Week may have a few blacked out memories after the festivities, they're sure to remember the many new beer
by Emily Dilling
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City vs. Country: From Paris to La Loire Valley, Pt I

It had only been a few months since I moved to the French countryside, but my city life already seemed like a distant memory. In exchange for a
by Emily Dilling
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Paris’ Favorite Left Bank Bookshop Opens Shakespeare & Company Café

Welcome to the Shakespeare & Company Café, where you can escape into a book from one of the shelves or from next door, grab a latte on the go,
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Three Insider Coffee Addresses for Your Paris Caffeine Fix

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
by Emily Jackson
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Strolling Paris’ Still-Shifting 11th: rue Popincourt & rue de la Folie-Méricourt

Split only by the busy boulevard Voltaire, the rue de la Folie-Méricourt and rue Popincourt form a bridge between the Oberkampf and Voltaire
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Women In Food & Wine: Ladies Of the Paris Dining Scene, Part II

Fresh roasted coffee, craft beer, and international wines are increasingly popular among Parisians. In part two of the Ladies of the Paris Dining
by Emily Dilling
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The Paris Shopper’s Guide to Artisanal Christmas Gifts

While the pressure of Christmas shopping can be overwhelming, finding the perfect gift for the brother or bestie who has it all is infinitely
by Emily Dilling
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The Other Side of Montmartre: Coffee, Food and Shopping Off the Beaten Path

Slightly off the beaten track is the more unassuming part of this neighborhood: the residential area in the foothills of Montmartre, which is
by Kim Laidlaw