Shake up your next girls’ night by bringing together your copines over a workshop, tour, tasting, or event organized by one of the below female entrepreneurs. …read more

When searching for authentic Italian cuisine, you know you have chosen well when the chefs and wait staff can be heard passionately chattering away in Italian on the terrace during their quick break between rushes. It is understandable that Parisiens, and in-the-know tourists alike, are flocking to Mamma Primi, the newest address from Big Mamma… …read more

My favorite dining companion never fails to strike up a conversation when we’re in a restaurant- sometimes with a neighboring table, often with the server or sommelier. So it was no surprise that he immediately hit it off with the owner of Le Tout Monde when we enjoyed an apéro and entrées there on a… …read more

The hot days of summer inevitably inspire winemakers to tackle the practicalities of the harvest. Here in wine country, the build up to the harvest comes with a contagious energy. It’s not just the time when winemakers collect the fruit of their hard work throughout the year, but it’s also a festive time, with teams… …read more

“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 remains on serving high quality, nourishing food that is equally appealing to fans of classic French dining and those who seek out culinary surprises. …read more

Split only by the busy boulevard Voltaire, the rue de la Folie-Méricourt and rue Popincourt form a bridge between the Oberkampf and Voltaire neighborhoods of Paris. While located in one of the more bobo arrondissements, this corner of the 11th has thus far resisted gentrification. …read more

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This year’s most anticipated brasserie address in Paris finally opened its doors this April after a two-year refurbishment. While Brasserie Barbès has been criticized for making the unpolished Barbès neighborhood too “bobo,” the staff makes patrons feel welcome just as they are. …read more

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 Paris holds its own as a trendsetter. The natural wine scene is where the French capital has gained and maintained solid footing. …read more

The types of cheese in France are varied and while it may seem like a love of pungent cheese is in the blood of the French, I believe it’s an acquired taste. Rather than going straight for the Brie on your next trip to Paris push your palate by trying one of the following stinky… …read more

Three years after opening Verjus Restaurant and Verjus Wine Bar, charming American couple Laura Adrian and Braden Perkins unveil a sister restaurant that serves up wine bar favorites (including Verjus’ in-demand fried chicken) and other inventive variations on American comfort food. …read more

Despite its unassuming exterior and simple table settings, Le Servan is where serious dinners go to both talk passionately about food as well as enjoy eating it. Located in the 11th arrondissement, the restaurant mixes classic and modern French cuisine, delivering the best of both. …read more

Concealed behind an unassuming rusty metal and white tile facade is Paris’ latest culinary incontournable Gare au Gorille. The peculiar name, lifted from an offbeat Georges Brassens song about an escaped gorilla, lends to the old world-meets-new atmosphere at this friendly neo-bistrot. …read more

Newly opened on Rue de Picardie in Paris’ Haut Marais neighborhood is the visually pleasing Parisian bistro Les Chouettes. With an elegant interior by design firm Lázaro Rosa Violán, the three-story restaurant and cocktail bar feels like a modern rendition of the Parisian art deco lounge. …read more