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Summer Dining Guide

Every year, when the weather gets warm and the days get longer, the Parisians come out of hibernation and fill the hundreds of restaurants our city has to offer. With so many options to choose from, we’ve done the work for you and tested all the newest restaurants (as well as old haunts) to give your our favorite blog post of the year: our summer dining guide. Indoors or outdoors, reservations or not, here are our favorite restaurants of the summer:...

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Stroll through Pigalle & SoPi with Context Travel

This is a guest post by Lily Heise at Context Travel. They have shared some of their expert advice on some fun new ways to discover the City of Light. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Over the past few years the streets just south of Pigalle, known as SoPi, have paved their way onto the cool map of Paris with locavore gastrobars, designer shops and hipster hangouts. However, this seemingly new bohemian blood has actually been flowing through its veins since the quartier’s inception two hundred years ago, when it......

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After last week’s post on some of our favorite non-French eateries here in Paris, we thought we would delve deeper into the Japanese dining scene and check out some Izakayas. An Izakaya is a the Japanese version of a cave-a-manger, a casual drinking and dining establishment that specialises in small shared plates and an excellent selection of saké. Over the past few years, a bunch of pint-sized Izakayas have popped up throughout Paris. We have tried and tested a few of them and they are all equally delicious and each have their own......

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