It is thrilling to ring in the New Year in Paris, but finding a great place that is open with fresh food & wine, not so easy. Here are my top picks for you to either go out in a classic bistrot, a TOP CHEF finalist’s hot new cocktail bar & restaurant or to stay in.
Holiday Guide: Where to find the best oysters, bistros, natural wine bars, craft cocktails, street food, Asian/Italian, fine dining & more during Dec. 26-30.
Dec. 24 & 25 are the quietest restaurant days of the year. Whether you go out or to stay in with platters of oysters, pizza & wine these are my top picks for fresh food & wine.
Fun! Condé Nast’s Tatler Magazine interviews me for the low down on🍷 natural wine and which natural wine bars in London are my top 5 favourite wine bars to drink it…
Caves à manger are fun little wine shops that serve small sharing plates with their wine. They are popular with Parisians as places to socialise during apero (short for aperitif) from 6-8:30pm before and (often) after dinner.
Because you aren’t interested in every place to eat, only the places to eat, right now… these are my top picks / short list in each of Paris’ arrondissements.
Voila! My top picks by neighbourhood that are open part of or all summer – the good news is that there are even more options than last year.
Finding restaurants open during August can be a challenge. Then, finding good restaurants that are open takes a lot of effort. But no worries, I’ve done the leg work for you. Here’s the short list.
Eating & drinking through this hip northeast arr. can’t be accomplished in a weekend, it is literally the hottest area going, especially for the natural wine scene.
If you only have 24 hours in Paris, these natural wine bars are a must. FYI that by law all wine bars must sell food with alcohol.
Michael Gulotta’s new restaurant, Southeast Asia by way of Southeast Louisiana, Sister to @mophonola