Paris

How Gregory Marchand Got The French Bistro Out Of A Steak Au Poivre Rut

Paris chef loves those vegetables at Frenchie
Apr 8, 2014 9:00 am

For the past five years Gregory Marchand's restaurant Frenchie has attracted Parisians to its tiny dining room in the old garment district, Sentier, with a market-driven tasting menu — of course, nothing new to Parisians — that struck a nerve with the city’s legendarily testy diners. How? By weaving together international flavors with invention, irreverence and layers of flavors.

David Lebovitz Says Eating In Paris Has Become Fun Again

And if this guy says it, you'd better believe it
Apr 2, 2014 10:00 am

For my money, there's no better judge of French-American culinary dichotomies than David Lebovitz, the pastry chef who decamped the Bay Area and the kitchen at Chez Panisse for Paris a decade ago. Here, the admirably witty Lebovitz talks about why Paris's restaurant and cooking scenes are improving, how the French cook at home and gives an update on the latest Le Brooklyn news.

Infographic: How To Drink Coffee Like A Local In Paris, Rome And Barcelona

Know your Café Bombón from Caffè Lungo
Mar 11, 2014 9:00 am

Here's an infographic that details three coffee-obsessed European cities — Paris, Rome and Barcelona — and where to drink coffee there. Also, how to not look like a silly tourist while drinking your cortado in each city.

9 New Hotels In Europe's Culinary Capitals

Where to stay in Europe's most storied food cities
Feb 27, 2014 2:00 pm

While the majority of your days wandering a European culinary capital will—and should—revolve around feasting, following up a mind-blowing dinner, say, underneath funky chandeliers with a night of threadbare accommodations is an inevitable downer. Instead, splurge on the stylish, inspiring settings of these 9 new and forthcoming hotels.

Pichet Ong Thinks You Should Visit These 15 Bakeries And Pastry Shops

NYC-based pastry chef's best picks around the world
Feb 26, 2014 5:00 pm

New York pastry chef Pichet Ong grew up in Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore and has traveled the world extensively in search of the best things to eat (many of them on the sweeter side of the flavor spectrum). With Fantasy Travel Week upon us, we asked our friend and gâteau guru for the best places to travel in the world for pastries. The list is pretty insane. 

Andrew Carmellini On How To Travel And Eat Like A Professional In France

Markets, pastry, donkey sausage and 3-star stunners
Feb 10, 2014 11:00 am

While Italy is the familial, France is Carmellini’s familiar, and we asked him for the best way to travel throughout the country with the adventure and appetite of a 20-year kitchen vet. “I’m always high-low when I travel, so it will be three-star Michelin one night and down-and-dirty the next,” he says. With that, here are the markets, patisseries, falafel shops and three-star gems to seek out on your next visit to France, courtesy of this week's Guest Editor.

Paris, The City Of...Food Trucks? Oui! Here’s One Mastering The Steak Sandwich.

Meet Le Refectoire. They take their beef seriously.
Jan 13, 2014 11:00 am

Clay Williams is a Brooklyn-based photographer with a serious thing for street food. He recently traveled to Paris and shot a series for Food Republic on the food truck scene, which only recently started taking off in the City Of Light a couple years ago. 

Paris, The City Of...Food Trucks? Oui! And Hot Dogs Are All The Rage.

Organic tubesteaks in the 10th Arrondissement
Jan 8, 2014 2:00 pm

Clay Williams is a Brooklyn-based photographer with a serious thing for street food. He recently traveled to Paris and shot a series for Food Republic on the food truck scene, which only recently started taking off in the City Of Light. For his next report, he discovers a truck serving organic hot dogs — paired with champagne, of course. 

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