This new Northeast Paris Italian-French restaurant is one of the most fun and exciting spots in town. Thank you Chef Michele Farnesi for bringing sexy back, rustic Italian-style that is.
Le Food Market is back on September 24th for their second food market event! Come out to meet the good folks that will be making fun food from Flesh, Hero, Kitchen Lab, Chilango, Le Refectoire, Peco Peco, La Dispensa, Camille Fourmont’s popular Buvette Wine Bar & Cave and more…
The Bistronomie Club is bringing together music and nine of Paris’ most popular restaurants’ food in the form of trucks and stalls to the Quai de Valmy on the Canal St-Martin – including Au Passage, French To Go, The Beast, Camion Qui Fume and more.
Leave it to American Chef Daniel Rose (Spring) to bring back the Classic French bistrot. This is the kind of food people traveling to Paris are looking for, and crave long after leaving.
I cannot tell you how thrilled that I am that Chef Michele Farnesi is opening his first restaurant in the former Roseval space. With experience at Osteria Francescana with Massimo Bottura, Saturn with Sven Chartier and Rino with Giovanni Passerini? I’m not even worried. See you there!
This summer, there are an unprecedented amount of not just OK restaurants, but GREAT restaurants open all of/part of August. Skip the tourist traps and eat & drink well at my top picks below. This list is being updated daily – so check back.
Passard trained Chef Bertrand Grebaut’s modern, one star, casual neo-bistro is still one of the hottest tables in the city and has been included in nearly every “must eat in Paris” list across the globe since opening five years ago.
Still insanely popular after 4 years, Au Passage is a must for groups of friends who prefer sharing plates family-style rather than a large sit down meal. Bonus points for natural wine list and open late night.
If you want to know where to eat & drink in Paris right now, get “branché” (plugged in) and out of the central tourist zones and follow these opinionated-hard workers down quiet alleys, along cobblestoned streets and into residential neighborhoods for an essential taste of the Paris food & wine scene.
Chef Yves Camdeborde’s wildly popular tapas-style wine bar hidden behind his crepe stand. Don’t be shy, step behind the “pig” curtain & join the locals, chefs, winemakers and other food industry people standing elbow to elbow at the zinc bar at one of the hottest insider wine bars in the city. Pig central.