It isn’t often that the restaurateur turns Chef, but Bone’s Owner Florent Ciccoli decided not to sell, and instead, is now the Chef-Owner of Jones in the same location. The all day cafe-restaurant is popular among the locals and food industry for the affordable generous portions, fantastic cooking and all-natural wine list.
Bertrand Auboyneau has done it again. The standing room only small plates wine bar next to Bistrot Paul Bert is a hit in the neighborhood – open all day every day until 2am. Convivial, natural wine & great food? It makes my where to eat and drink right now criteria.
Yves Camdeborde’s brand new oyster wine bar next door to the wildly popular original is set to follow in its footsteps, featuring natural wines, flavoured Bordier butters, fresh oysters direct from the producers, and seafood tapas sharing plates – served in the lively environment this concept is known for.
Bertrand Auboyneau, the main man behind Paris’ favorite Bistrot Paul Bert, is opening a small plate wine bar next door – open 7 days a week all day until late night. See you there!
Bones is officially reopening as Jones Café Restaurant on January 5th, with the same great kitchen team and food & wine – but now as a cafe from morning throughout the day and continuing the popular small plate wine bar in the evening.
If anyone in Paris can get folks excited about pasta – it is Rino’s former Chef – Owner Giovanni Passerini, who just opened his handmade pasta shop near the Aligre Market, while renovating the corner space next door for his highly-anticipated restaurant opening in March.
Sandwiches don’t have to be boring. From buttermilk fried chicken on a soft bun or a crusty hand made baguette stuffed with salted butter & cured sausage, these crowd pleasers will sate your sandwich craving or hangover cure, for eat-in, take out or even delivery.
If you are in Paris for the holidays, thank you, sincerely, for coming to see us! Don’t want to sit in the usual stuffy hotel dining room looking at each other wishing you were somewhere else? These convivial addresses (listed in alphabetical order or restaurant group) are packed with locals on the outskirts are fun alternatives […]
These five new restaurant openings are exciting news for the Paris food & wine landscape. Although each is new, they will be very popular places to eat & drink because the Chefs & Owners have proven track records for successful operations such as L’Avant Comptoir, Bistrot Paul Bert, Spring, Frenchie, Rino & Pulperia.
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.