With major trade shows and international events all year long, Paris is a town where serious business gets done. Either for lunch or dinner, the city boasts some of the best restaurants to entertain your clients or close a business
Five great places for a drink in the Les Halles, Montorgueil, and Arts et Métiers neighborhood recommended by our friend Margie! Margie manages the vacation planning service Paris Your Way, and owns our Marais Rooftops apartment. Parisians are fiercely proud
The rue Vieille du Temple is one of the main strips in le Marais with plenty of cafés, boutiques, and restaurants. Whether you are a longtime resident or a vacationer in Paris, here are 5 places not to miss just
The Rue Saint-Honoré and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré are recognized as the Mecca of luxury and high fashion shopping. This is where the Haute Couture houses have their flagship stores – Versace, Hermes, Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Colette and Balmain.
How do you beat a Paris heat wave or just indulge on a pretty day? Ice cream! For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of some the tastiest ice cream shops in town: 1. Pozzetto Located on the
When you are staying in Paris and looking for a place to eat, the results you find on the Internet can be overwhelming. The best reviews are reserved for the priciest restaurants, so if you’re looking for a fancy night
Coutume instituutti – 60 rue des Ecoles, Paris 75005
Whether it’s for school, business, or pleasure, if you would like to enjoy working from a coffee shop in Paris, this place is perfect.
With reliable Wi-Fi and great pastries (with a Scandinavian twist!), this lovely café is hidden in the Finland Institute. You have to know about it to find it, which makes it the perfect off-the-beaten-path place to enjoy some Wi-Fi time in the morning while sipping on coffee.
It’s almost like home, actually, it’s better than home. Gosh, those Scandinavians are good at design! This is truly a rare gem in Paris, and who doesn’t appreciate a cold brew coffee for the extra burst of energy on a studious day.
The Galette des Rois is the French version of the King cake and is eaten through the first part of January to celebrate the Epiphany Festival.
Traditionally, a small plastic or porcelain trinket is hidden inside the Galette. The finder of the trinket is designated the King (Le Roi) or the
Queen of the evening (La Reine), and gets to wear the paper crown that comes with the pastry!
The Galette is paired with Apple Cider or Champagne.
Here are our three favorites addresses to get the Galette:
Sebastien Gaudard on rue des Martyrs ! Sebastien was a celebrated pastry chef in the upscale restaurants circuit until he decided to go back to the roots of his art, and bought a bakery in the 11th arrondissement. His croissants are to die for, and of course, he makes the best Galette.
22 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris
In le Marais, les Fées Patissières, a small patisserie located on busy and narrow Rue Rambuteau is not to be missed. It is becoming our favorite patisserie in the Marais, their galettes are delicious.
21 Rue Rambuteau, 75004 Paris
In St Germain, the Rue Du Bac has two of the best pastry shops in Paris. We always indulge by stopping at both, and buying two galettes makes a perfect excuse to visit Des Gateaux et du Pain and La Patisserie des Reves.
89/93 rue du Bac, 75007 Paris