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Happy New Year 2016! A Look Back on HiP Paris: Best of 2015

Steel Cyclewear & Coffeeshop, Jean-Marie Heidinger As 2015 comes to a close, the requisite annual nostalgia is setting in. The past year has been a trying one for the city of Paris, but
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Brew Unique: Brewing Your Own Craft Beer in Paris

A craft brew revolution is sweeping the city. Whether you’re new to brewing (or even beer) or just looking for a comfortable place to test out
by Kate Robinson
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Happy New Year 2015! The Best of HiP Paris 2014

It is hard to believe that yet another year has come to a close, and in ringing in 2015 we find ourselves both grateful for the year past and
by Erin Dahl
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Roseval: New Wave Gourmet In Paris’ Belleville Neighborhood

On a windy night this past fall, I brought my godfather to his first proper Paris dinner. Naturally, I went with a restaurant I was dying to try:
by Erin Dahl
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Paris’ Best Craft Beer Bars: Supercoin, La Fine Mousse, Les Trois 8 and More

The increasing popularity of craft beers in bars across the capital brings a welcome change to the watered-down pints of 1664 or Kronenbourg that
by Emily Dilling
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Happy New Year 2014! HiP Paris Best Of 2013

Carin Olsson Before everyone gets a proper start on their New Year’s resolutions, we wanted to take a moment to look back over the past year and
by Genevieve Sandifer
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La Maison des Frigos: Hidden Lunches In a Former Artist Squat

“I don’t cook for everyone; I cook for those I love.” So says Mariko, the Osaka-born owner/chef/gallerist who helms La Maison des Frigos, the
by Paige Bradley Frost
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Le Café des Chats: Cat Cafe Arrives in Paris

Imagine: it’s 1pm in Paris. It’s lunchtime, you’re hungry, and you really need to take a break to unwind from a stressful day at work. Where do
by Elise Marafioti
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Les Berges: Paris’s New Playground by the Seine

One of my favorite discoveries this rentrée is “Les Berges,” the newly pedestrianized waterfront that spans the Left Bank from the Pont de l’Alma
by Paige Bradley Frost
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A Day in SOPI: Eating, Drinking & Shopping in Paris’ HiP South-of-Pigalle Area

While both North and South have plenty to offer, it’s SoPi that’s become the latest neighborhood to watch. SoPi is packed with plenty of
by Forest Collins
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Food, Art & Film In the 19eme, Paris’ Latest “It” Neighborhood

It’s no secret that some of the most interesting things in a city happen off the tourist grid. New restaurants, music and, of course, lots of art
by Paige Bradley Frost
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Cafe Pinson: Delicious Vegetarian Dining in Paris’ Northern Marais

Tucked away on a tiny side street near Square Temple, across the street from hipster hangout Nanashi and bobo haven The Broken Arm, Café Pinson
by Diane Yoon
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Le Ciel de Paris: A Stylish (and Delicious) Dining Room With A View

When friends come to visit in Paris, I always get a little nervous. It’s Paris after all, the most-visited and eulogized city in the world.
by Paige Bradley Frost