Seafood

Gare du Nord: Paris Revamps Railway Hood

Gare du Nord and its environs are in the midst of an exciting transformation and for the 200 million travellers it serves annually, it's not a moment too soon.
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The Best of Brittany: Culinary Treasures from the Breton Coast

From spectacular rose quartz shores, Celtic ruins, and emerald blue waters, you could easily spend a holiday away in Brittany. Here are our
by Lise Kvan
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Belle Maison Restaurant: Seafood and Ambiance in Paris’ SoPi ‘hood

Montmartre and Pigalle may be the home of many scenic spots and a wide range of cafés perfect for a quick lunch or coffee break, but the area is
by Elena Berton
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Catch of the Day: Ethical Seafood in Paris

Poiscaille functions much like a CSA, a sort of farm share in which members pay to support local artisans in exchange for fresh, locally sourced
by Emily Dilling
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Les Pinces: A New-England-Style Lobster Joint with a Parisian Twist

Four French restaurateurs delighted lobster lovers with the opening of Les Pinces in the chic Marais quartier, steering away from the opulence
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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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The Parisian’s Paris: Fabulous Dining Around Nation

While Nation may never be the next Parisian hotspot complete with a cool NYC-inspired acronym (I tried SoOb for South of Oberkampf but oddly it
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In Search of the Perfect French Oyster: Les Huîtres de Cancale

On a clear day, the ghostly meringue swirl of Mont Saint Michel is just barely visible across the bay from Cancale. This plucky little seaside
by Kate Robinson
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Paris’ Freshest Culinary Trend: Seafood & Cocktails

A formidable group of young food and drink folks have picked up on international culinary trends to create some new and vibrant options for
by Forest Collins