Emily Dilling

Ambrym: Sustainable Made-in-France Fashion on the Canal St-Martin

Gabrielle and Marion are the dynamic women behind Ambrym, a French label dedicated to sustainable and locally made fashion. Together they have created a line of clothing, and a shop in the 10th
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La Louve: Paris’ First Participative Food Coop to Open in the 18ème

Inspired by the American coop model and New York's Park Slope Food Coop, in early 2016 the 18th arrondissement will welcome the opening of La
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Yard: French Fare with a Fresh Twist in the 11ème

“I like the mixture of people here, it's a good sign.” While Yard attracts high profile diners and attention from the fooderati, its focus
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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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Paris by Boat: Discovering the French Capital’s Beautiful Waterways

Some of the most enchanting views of Paris can be seen from water level, and travelers with sore feet are rewarded by a fun way to explore the
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Paris’ Best Natural Wine Bars & Shops

While it’s exciting to live in a city that is increasingly open to international influences and imported ideas, it's also reassuring to know that
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Caroline De Marchi: Chatting Luxury Handbags in Her Hidden Paris Courtyard

Luxury handbag designer Caroline de Marchi's showroom is located in a courtyard off the fashionable rue Saint-Honoré. A haven from the crowded,
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Le Servan: Beautiful and Inventive Cuisine by the Levha Sisters in Paris’ 11ème

Despite its unassuming exterior and simple table settings, Le Servan is where serious dinners go to both talk passionately about food as well as
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Community Gardening: Creating a Greener, Eco-Friendly, Biodiverse Paris

Though you might not expect it, Paris is home to over 150 independent community gardens. From transformed abandoned lots to reclaimed city
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Signs of Spring in Paris: Asparagus & Daffodils, Fresh Market Produce & Sunny Picnics

Spring is blossoming in Paris as sprigs of green sneak into our grey city, bringing us back to life after months spent under winter skies. So
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Holybelly: A Favorite for Seasonal & Local Brunch & Lunch by Paris’ Canal St. Martin

Holybelly is unique restaurant with a killer brunch menu that occupies a special place in many diner's hearts. At their one year anniversary in
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Dersou: Vegetable-focused Dining Near Paris’ Bastille Neighborhood

Japanese chef Taku Sekine, formerly of Clown Bar, and Sherry Butt alum bartender Amaury Guyot have teamed up to open their first restaurant in
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Heimat: Chef Pierre Jancou’s New Paris Restaurant

Heimat, whose name is taken from a German word that expresses attachment to a particular place, has a special meaning for Pierre Jancou. Eating
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