Lunch

Mokonuts: Delicious Lunch and Baked Goods in Paris’ 11ème

Things move slowly in France and, for those of us who live here, this is often a frustrating reality. Extended waits at stores like Darty or BHV to simply return a purchase, the long lines at
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Umami Matcha Café: Japanese Dining, Tea and Pastries in Paris’ 3ème

Tucked away in a quiet street behind the hustle and bustle of the busy Place de la République, Umami Matcha is the first café in Paris to be
by Elena Berton
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Privé de Dessert 2: Traditional French “Desserts” with a Twist

At PDD2 what you see is not what you get. The offshoot of Privé de Dessert, the quirky SoPi restaurant where entrées and main dishes look like
by Elena Berton
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DonAntónia Pastelaria: Portuguese Treats Along the Canal St-Martin

Among all of the trendy coffee shops and boutiques along the Canal Saint Martin, one new address is standing out from the rest. Forget croissants
by Bryan Pirolli
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La Cantine de Merci. Lunch in Paris’ Trendiest Concept Store

Paris abounds with design galleries, chic clothing boutiques and tile-floored bistros serving market-fresh cuisine, but rarely do you find more
by Kate Robinson
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The Paris Craft Coffee Revolution Continues with Coffee Spoune and Café Oberkampf

Just when we thought no more cafés could open in Paris this summer, we were happily proven wrong by the 11th arrondissements newest additions.
by Emily Jackson
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Café Cour: A Hidden Pop-up with Terrace in Paris’ Marais

Opened the first of June and tucked away off of rue de Francs Bourgeois in the heart of the neighborhood is the Marais' newest pop-up summer
by Emily Jackson
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Capucine: An Italian Café and Wine Bar Tucked Away in the 11ème

Fans of Fabrizio Ferrara’s flavorful cuisine were disappointed by the closing of Caffé dei Cioppi, but happily the space has reopened as a
by Emma Brode
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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
by Emily Dilling
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48 Hours in Marrakech

Just three hours by plane from Paris is the red city of Marrakech. There’s a reason the city has been a favorite of creative types and designers.
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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
by Emily Dilling
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Paris’ New Breed of Concept Coffee Shops

It’s no longer hard to find good coffee in Paris. Lomi, Ten Belles, Cream, HolyBelly—the list of places to drink impeccable joe goes happily on.
by Kate Robinson
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May Events in Paris: Villette Street Festival, Fairpride, Paris Beer Week & More

Villette Street Festival, Le salon de l’art adorable, Fairpride, Nuit des Musées, Portes Ouvertes Père Lachaise, Portes Ouvertes Belleville,
by Erin Dahl