Chef Simone Tondo’s delicious home cooking at Racine’s feels like your are eating in your friend’s country kitchen, where everything is served generously with love straight from the stove to the table.
Phil Euell and Chef Eseu Lee’s stripped down import-export shop is one of the most exciting places to eat & drink in Paris right now for Lee’s Asian-inspired sharing plates & natural wine.
If you only have 24 hours in Paris, these three natural wine bars are a must. FYI that by law all wine bars must sell food with alcohol.
Exquisite Food. Thoughtfully Sourced. Expertly Prepared. Southern fare with a sophisticated yet simple approach: fabulous food in a comfortably posh environment plated, and served without an ounce of pretentiousness. Carrollton Market is a thoroughly […]
Michael Gulotta’s new restaurant, Southeast Asia by way of Southeast Louisiana, Sister to @mophonola
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.
Don’t laugh at the name, Sven Chartier & Ewen Lemoigne’s Clown Bar is one of the most sought after addresses in town for the inventive sharing plates and natural wine list.
Septime’s chic seafood bar is wildly popular – join the lively crowd sharing shellfish towers, tapas, small plates, natural wine, and craft beer & cocktails. Products are so fresh that the menu changes every single day.
Even after 20 years, Bertrand Auboyneau’s classic bistrot is world-renowned for its rustic French comfort food like eggs & black truffle shavings, peppery filet mignon in Cognac butter cream sauce, house made frites, cheese platters, soufflés & bottles of natural wine. It is literally, my favorite place to eat in the world.
Although most restaurants are closed on Sunday, these options are not just good, they are great.
When I am asked by foodie travellers who want to know where to eat, right, now, this is where I send them. Up Next? 10 Paris Wine Bars not to be missed.