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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 seasonal as possible. Green plants, pots of flowers,
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Endless Summer at CopperBay Cocktail Bar in Paris’ 10ème

One bar that will let us hold onto our summer memories is Copper Bay, where the ease of the South of France has been brought to the City of
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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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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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Ellsworth Restaurant and Wine Bar: Revisiting American Comfort Food in Paris

Three years after opening Verjus Restaurant and Verjus Wine Bar, charming American couple Laura Adrian and Braden Perkins unveil a sister
by Emma Brode
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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
by Emily Dilling
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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
by Emily Dilling
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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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Le Poutch: Coffee, Breakfast and Brunch on Paris’ Hip Canal Saint Martin

Café Le Poutch may be new to the scene at Canal Saint Martin, but it’s already made 13, rue Lucien Sampaix its own. With a good soundtrack, free
by Lauren Sarazen
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Le Timbre: Changes at the Well-Loved French Bistro on Paris’ Left Bank

After my first lunch at Le Timbre, the restaurant quickly became a favorite. Each time I go to chef Chris Wright's restaurant I know that I will
by Emily Dilling
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Celebrating Local and Seasonal at La Récolte, Paris’ New Sustainable Food Shop

In the two years that led up to La Récolte's opening in summer of 2014, owner Mathieu Mulliez tirelessly explored France, visiting independent
by Emily Dilling
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Inaro: Local, Artisanal, and Organic Small Plates and Wine by Paris’ Canal St. Martin

Opened in 2012 Inaro, a cosy restaurant specializing in apéro dinatoire style dining, has recently made itself more available to neighbors and
by Emily Dilling
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Paris Farm-to-Table Restaurants: Delicious, Local and Fait Maison

A few months ago, I attended a question and answer session about French food and the fait maison/frozen food question was raised. A few people
by Kristen Beddard