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4 Up-and-Coming Paris Hot Spots

Japanese chef Shinichi 
Sato’s veal tartare with Guillardeau oysters is a cult favorite at Passage 53, 
located under the 
city’s oldest covered 
walkway. 53 Passage 
des Panoramas, Second Arr.; 
33-1/42-33-04-35; 
dinner for two $170.

Photo: Jean Marie Del Moral

Adrian Moore, Four Seasons Hotel George V concierge by day and food blogger by night, keeps close tabs on what’s up-and-coming in the City of Light (adrianmoore.blogspot.com). Below, what’s on his radar.

1. Drink It

The Florida Tarragon—a sublime mix of tarragon-infused vodka and house-made passion-fruit syrup—at Prescription Cocktail Club, preferred among Paris’s hip entrepreneurial set. Drinks for two $35.

2. Eat It

Japanese chef Shinichi Sato’s veal tartare with Guillardeau oysters is a cult favorite at Passage 53, located under the city’s oldest covered walkway. Dinner for two $170.

3. Buy It

A Misericordia jacket made with organic Peruvian cotton, available at the Matali Crasset–designed boutique Lieu Commun.$170.

4. See It

Pérez Simón’s “Great Spanish Masters,” with works by El Greco and Dalí, at the Jacquemart-André Museum, a former private mansion. Tickets from $15.

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