Where to eat and what to do while visiting the Morrocan, Algerian and Tunisian sections of Paris.
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Verjus, run by chef Braden Perkins and his partner Laura Adrian, is the first real modern American restaurant in Paris.
A writer returns to the city of her childhood through books old and new.
Pure pleasure, in pastry form, awaits each day at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris.
Writer Jessica Harris recalls her first Thanksgiving spent away from home, and the trials of finding proper cranberry sauce in Paris
Tradition and innovation converge in France's festive bûche de Noël.
From chocolate-covered marshmallows to duck confit.
A diverse list of vegetarian options in the City of Lights.
Not all oysters need be served on a silver platter. These two raucous picks that prove otherwise.
In the grand tradition in Parisian shops selling fresh l'escargot to-go, this is the last one standing.
This restored 18th-century townhouse now houses a restaurant and gallery with more than 300 artworks.
A 4 a.m. shopping excursion to Rungis leads to a charming wine bistro.
Les Halles, the great Parisian central market, is long gone—but the bistro spirit it nourished lives on deliciously.
Battle of the crêperies: Creperie de Plougastel vs. Breizh Café.
Insider picks from a former pastry chef at Chez Panisse.