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Bastille Market

If you only have time for one outdoor market, follow the locals and chefs on Sunday mornings to here to find fruit & vegetables, herbs, flowers, foie gras, charcuterie, fish, shellfish, chicken rotisseries, butchers, eggs, yogurt, cheesemongers, wine, artisan bread, mustard, salt, honey & more.

Paris bakeries

Blé Sucré

Even though my friend Fabrice Lebourdat sold his beloved little bakery to the new bakers, they’ve kept the extraordinary high-quality and soul of what he started. When the croissant takes three days to make, it just isn’t possible for you to go wrong… and the patisseries are pure Instagram porn.


Hôtel Particulier Montmartre

The best kept black book secret atop bohemian Montmartre is a luxe boutique hotel hidden behind a private gate. This former Hermès & Rothschild mansion houses an A-list garden cocktail tapas bar w/ DJ, a restaurant with sell-out weekend brunch, a pétanque court under the trees, and eclectic pied-a-terre rooms.


Hotel Providence

Not sure you will leave this haut-Marais townhouse after tea & pastry by the fire, in-room cocktail bar & personalised iMac TV, lobster & black truffle on toast room service, a hot bath with rooftop views, sleeping on a bed of luxe fabrics surrounded by swanky wallpaper, and waking to petit déjeuner on the terrace.


Simone’s Market

Simone’s Market will provide our customers with high quality, healthy, affordable food. We will work to educate our customers on our ingredients and products. Together, as a community, we will […]


French Truck Coffee

DTB, which stands for Down the Bayou, is New Orleans’ hot new restaurant and bar focusing on reinterpreted coastal Cajun cuisine and a vibrant cocktail scene.

Hotel Casa Bonay

Hotel Casa Bonay – For those of you asking me where I stayed in Barcelona … this is the Libertine Bar in the Hotel Casa Bonay – the only hotel in […]


La Cave Du Paul Bert

Share seasonal plates (smoked pork w/apple, creamy Burrata etc.), with natural wine at Bistrot Paul Bert’s fun little sister wine bar is open all day every day until 11pm (if there is a good crowd it can go much later)