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Tips and Articles in Paris

Has it really been 15 years since the debut of the influential French blog Le Fooding? Dedicated to promoting the best young, indie chefs in Paris (and now all over France), it changed the restaurant game in one of the world’s most important food ...
In a world where small mountains of forgotten totes kick around the bottom of closets, does one need an artisanal canvas bag? In the case of the new French company L/Uniform, yes, ones does. The ultimate utility bag, it lives and dies on being ...
In the 10 years I’ve lived in Paris, I’ve watched locals try their hand at various foreign cuisines. While there have been some successes—you can now get a fantastic hamburger just about anywhere in town—mostly, it has not been great. (My only res...
In the 10 years I’ve lived in Paris, I’ve watched locals try their hand at various foreign cuisines. While there have been some successes—you can now get a fantastic hamburger just about anywhere in town—mostly, it has not been great. (My only res...
Delphine Plisson paced in and out of her new namesake shop, smile beaming, shaking hands with the morning’s first customers while her staff awaited the throngs of curious locals who would descend mid-morning. Plisson had reason to be happy—Maison ...
Delphine Plisson paced in and out of her new namesake shop, smile beaming, shaking hands with the morning’s first customers while her staff awaited the throngs of curious locals who would descend mid-morning. Plisson had reason to be happy—Maison ...
Delphine Plisson paced in and out of her new namesake shop, smile beaming, shaking hands with the morning’s first customers while her staff awaited the throngs of curious locals who would descend mid-morning. Plisson had reason to be happy—Maison ...
Delphine Plisson paced in and out of her new namesake shop, smile beaming, shaking hands with the morning’s first customers while her staff awaited the throngs of curious locals who would descend mid-morning. Plisson had reason to be happy—Maison ...
Anybody driving along the Périphérique in Paris has known for months that it wasn’t going to end well. After all the talk about the Philharmonie de Paris, Jean Nouvel’s massive symphony hall, finally, in January—two years late and having cost almo...
Anybody driving along the Périphérique in Paris has known for months that it wasn’t going to end well. After all the talk about the Philharmonie de Paris, Jean Nouvel’s massive symphony hall, finally, in January—two years late and having cost almo...
The city’s first tiki bars were standalone places that, though campy and even a little divey, have real talent beneath their cocktail umbrellas. Le Tiki Lounge opened in the 11th arrondissement in 2012, and Dirty Dick in Pigalle a year later. With...
1. The Picasso Museum, which recently reopened after a five-year renovation that more than doubled its size. It’s a must-see in the Marais. 2. Un crème and un croissant at Café de Flore, in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Courtesy of Kate Betts ...
TripAdvisor just unleashed its new Vacation Value Report, thereby unveiling the 10 most-searched destinations across the web. Even better: the travel site also shared the best dates to travel for the best deals. Each of the destinations comes w...
Walking down Avenue Montaigne in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, it’s easy to spot the Hotel Plaza Athénée, whose scarlet geraniums cascade from balconies in a way that is inevitably iconic. The hotel is an archetype for Paris’ 20th-century luxury, hav...
For about a decade now, the trends of hyper-local ingredients, sustainable sourcing, and nose-to-tail cooking have been sweeping through Paris. In the process, the city has shed its museum-of-food reputation and once again become a mecca for culin...