Insider's Guide to Paris

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Marie Hennechart

Soulful bistros, hidden wine bars, historic patisseries...all are a part of T+L’s insider's guide to Paris.

Patrick Roger

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“At a proper chocolatier—a place where they make chocolate from actual beans and don’t just mold other producers’—the smell of dark cocoa and butter should hit you when you walk through the door,” Lyn says. What also hits you at Patrick Roger’s five Paris outposts, which sell powdered truffles, 40 different single-origin bars from around the world, and ganaches including basil and lime, oat infusion, Guinness, and Sichuan pepper, is the sharp, modern design. Roger is also the sculptor who creates the massive confection displays, clearly influenced by Alberto Giacometti, for the windows of all his shops. —Alexandra Marshall

Insider's Guide to Paris

Patrick Roger

“At a proper chocolatier—a place where they make chocolate from actual beans and don’t just mold other producers’—the smell of dark cocoa and butter should hit you when you walk through the door,” Lyn says. What also hits you at Patrick Roger’s five Paris outposts, which sell powdered truffles, 40 different single-origin bars from around the world, and ganaches including basil and lime, oat infusion, Guinness, and Sichuan pepper, is the sharp, modern design. Roger is also the sculptor who creates the massive confection displays, clearly influenced by Alberto Giacometti, for the windows of all his shops. —Alexandra Marshall

Marie Hennechart
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