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SFP Neighborhood Guide | 11th Arrondissement

The 11th arrondissement has fast become one of the most popular neighborhoods for eating out in Paris. With some famous favourites such as Septime and Pierre Sang, this arrondissement has something for everyone, but with the vast amount of choices it can often be difficult to decide where to go! Allow us to help you explore the 11th like a local, and try out some of our favourite places to eat, drink, shop and stay for a weekend getaway in Paris....

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Autumn Restaurant Round-Up | SFP's Top Picks

Saying goodbye to summer has been particularly difficult this year after the long lasting heatwave we were lucky to get in Paris. Although we are sad to see it go, we are excited at the prospect of eating at some of our favourite restaurants which have opened this year and are much more Autumn appropriate. Cozy up with a plate of delicious food, a glass of full-bodied red wine, and a warming candlelit atmosphere in the following SFP choices for this Autumn....

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Fit and Fab in Paris | Part 3: Nutrition

Welcome back to Paris! We hope that all of you had a fantastic summer full of fun and feeling good. Kirstin is back with this month’s blog entry as the third and final post in her series of fitness and wellness. There are constantly new creators popping up around our beautiful city, offering new ways to eat healthfully and love it. Here are her favorite picks:...

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Top 5 Cafes to Work Remotely

    Whether you work for a start-up, run your own blog, or are embarking on that new passion project, chances are you are familiar with the concept of telecommuting. With the job market changing and technology advancing, many tasks can be done from the comfort of your own home or on the road. We find this gives us the option to work from a variety of different locations and change up the sometimes monotonous routine of years past....

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SFP's Favorite "no reservation" Restaurants in Paris

In this ever evolving city of light, food and dining out are experiences that the Parisians give high importance to, and we are totally in agreement with that! Of the thousands of restaurants located in Paris, many can be reserved in advance, but equally as many are “walk-ins” with no possibility to reserve. It can definitely be a pain having to queue up for restaurants, hoping to get in for the evening, and truth be told, sometimes you are turned away and have to try your luck another day. However, some of......

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Peonies, Flower Shopping, and Healthy Eating

Allow us to introduce you to Lucia Chauvet, a Parisian born, multilingual foodie, photographer, and adventure-lover. Lucia started her blog, Lucia Talks Pictures, in 2016 with the idea to share her knowledge of food and photography in Paris, from the perspective of a multicultural life. If we could all share one common interest, food is probably the first thing that springs to mind! We are very excited to feature Lucia this week as a guest post on SFP, to have an insight into a couple of her MANY food experiences in Paris.......

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An Expat Life | Stefanie Talley

Stefanie is one of those people we love to follow and find out what the latest trends and activities are in the City! Originally from Oklahoma City and currently living in Paris, Stefanie has opened our eyes to the fun and inexpensive things to do in the city through her blog – Free in Paris. Thanks to a giveaway on her Free in Paris blog, we were able to meet the lovely lady herself and decided follow on with an expat series on the life of Stefanie Talley....

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The Booming Coffee Culture in Paris Continues

At Savoir Faire Paris we love our daily coffee’s to get us through the weeks, as the hashtag goes #ButFirstCoffee – a moto that we live by daily! Fortunately for us, the future of coffee in Paris has been rapidly changing, meaning that finding your nearest cup of quality coffee is never too far away. The 1€ espressos from over roasted coffee beans at the bar of your typical brasserie are loosing out to those carefully crafted coffees by experienced baristas opening up “specialty” coffee shops all around Paris.      ...

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I love discovering hidden gems in my city! I set out last weekend to get to know the Gambetta neighborhood in the 20th Arrondissement and its unique spots. I opted to start with a nice glass of Côte du Rhone at Café Martin, overlooking Père Lachaise cemetery on Place Martin Nadaud. A nice sunny cafe on a pedestrian-only street. Great for people watching, catching some sun and  chatting with locals.  Absolutely go for a leisurely lunch, food consists of huge smoked salmon platters and foie gras. I  walked around and learn more about this......

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