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Insider's Picks of Paris

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.; 
dinner for two $170.

Photo: Jean Marie Del Moral

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    Four Seasons Hotel George V

    In an unbeatable location near the Champs-Élysées, this majestic 1928 white-stone hotel redefined elegance when it reopened its doors as a Four Sea

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    Passage 53

    Japanese chef Shinichi Sato’s Asian-inspired contemporary French cuisine has been persistently difficult to taste since being awarded a second Mich

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    Jacquemart-André Museum

    This public museum, just a 15-minute walk from the Arc de Triomphe, was once the home of art collector Édouard André and his wife, painter Nélie Ja

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    Lieu Commun

    Located in Le Marais, Lieu Commun offers hipster clothing basics, such as track jackets from Misericordia, jackets made from organic Peruvian cotto

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    Prescription Cocktail Club

    The Prescription Cocktail Club is a Left Bank lounge and drinking den from nightlife entrepreneurs Romee de Goriainoff and Pierre-Charles Cros, who

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