Paris Travel Guide
Located in the northern city of Lille, this home furnishings shop is the namesake of interior designer Jean Maniglier. The store is spread out among a cluster of 17th-century houses, which contain vaulted ceilings and a globally inspired inventory of furniture, art, and tableware.
A labor of love assembled by owner Alain-Paul Ruzé, this chic boutique on Rue Mozart has been called the world's smallest department store.
Besides trading in colorful produce and lusty charcuterie, this petite marché in the Marais (one of the oldest in Paris) is the spot for an affordable meal assembled from the variety of ethnic prepared-food stands.
Eric Bompard was trekking across the Gobi desert in Mongolia when he came across the Capra Hisca, a goat with a long, soft hair that insulated it from the cold. That encounter began his obsession with cashmere, which led him to launch his own clothing line.
It's all in the family at this brightly lit corner bakery in the Gambetta district that's named after founder Bernard Ganachaud's own la flûte gana (thin baguette), the moniker of which he patented.
A restored Victorian gingerbread guinguette (drinking place) set in the leafy woods of Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Rosa Bonheur revives the 19th-century tradition of lazing away the afternoon drinking in the out-of-doors.
As much an institution as the better-known La Coupole, Select, and Closerie des Lilas nearby, the cozy Rosebud hasn’t changed noticeably in the 50-odd years since Sartre used to come by for a drink.