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A Taste of Artisanal Ice Cream at Une Glace à Paris

Strawberry Hibiscus, Asparagus with Anise Wood, Turmeric, Matcha Green Tea...these may sound like menu items from the super star pastry chefs like Pierre Hermé or Sadaharu Aoki but in fact these
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Peonies: Café et Fleurs on rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis

Until now, you had to go to your favorite Parisian coffee shop before going to your favorite flower shop if you wanted to pick up a bouquet of
by Emily Jackson
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Happy New Year 2017! A Look Back HiP Paris’ Best of 2016

As 2016 draws to a close, the team at HiP Paris would also like to take a moment to thank all who have contributed over the past year, as well as
by Erin Dahl
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Muse: Montmartre’s Neighborhood Flower Shop

There’s a secret garden on rue Burq. It’s cool and fragrant, and as colorful as an artist’s daydream. “I absolutely think flowers should be a
by Kate Robinson
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Composting in Paris II: Kitchen Compost Buckets & Worms on the Balcony

Despite the growing number of community composting systems in Paris, many city dwellers find themselves far from an urban garden. Parisian
by Emily Dilling
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Fresh Flowers, Produce, and Cold-Press Juices at L’Epicerie Végétale in Paris’ 11ème

Opened at the end of September, L’Epicerie Végétale is a small, brightly decorated organic shop with a vision to make everything as local and
by Kristen Beddard
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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
by Emily Dilling
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Marché aux Fleurs et aux Oiseaux: A Hidden Market in the Heart of Paris

From the outside, it looks like any other Parisian covered market. Wander through its romantic, 19th century pavilions, however, and you’re
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Picture Perfect: A Tale of Paris in the Spring

Take a walk through Paris in the Spring and you’ll feel like you’re strolling through a never-ending garden. The once-bare trees lining the Seine
by Rebecca Plotnick
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Channeling Monet: An Afternoon at Giverny

Billbooz & Thezartorialist I’ve never been a particularly big fan of Monet’s paintings. Yes, they’re pretty—that much is undeniable. He
by Tory Hoen
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A Fairy Tale Wedding at a French Chateau

Is there anything more romantic than a wedding in a French chateau? For part 2 of her story, Paige Frost takes us through her last-minute
by Paige Bradley Frost