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Tastemakers: The Men Behind the New Paris Coffee Culture

Tastemakers: The Men Behind the New Paris Coffee Culture

n a city that’s known for having a sidewalk café on nearly every corner, you would think that this place had mastered the art of making coffee by now. But, an espresso machine does not a barista make. And even …  Read More

The Snob-Free Paris Travel Guide In the Magazine: bonappetit.com

The Snob-Free Paris Travel Guide In the Magazine: bonappetit.com

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Food Bloggers vs. Culinary Journalists, Good Food vs. Michelin Stars

Food Bloggers vs. Culinary Journalists, Good Food vs. Michelin Stars

Tonight I attended a panel discussion between some pretty well known food bloggers, community managers, and all around food lovers as part of Social Media Week in Paris.  In a crowded room, social media and food loving fans came to …  Read More

Outside of Paris: A Weekender's Guide to New York City

Outside of Paris: A Weekender’s Guide to New York City

y recent trip to New York came and went faster than I could have imagined. But rather than being in the city for fashion week as I usually am, this time it was to explore. Being accompanied by a first-timer, …  Read More

Verjus: Paris wine bar at Palais Royal

Verjus: Paris wine bar at Palais Royal

The newest addition to the Paris restaurant scene is Verjus, a wine bar by the Laura and Braden, the owners of the former Hidden Kitchen supper club.  Located on a tiny, crumbling street behind the Comédie Française and along the …  Read More

LE BAL

While it opened a couple of years ago, Paris’ (perhaps only) gem just off of Place de Clichy in the 18th arrondissement is this art space/café sponsored by the city of Paris- LE BAL. Nestled on a quiet alley just off the …  Read More

Merci: A concept store for a cause

Merci: A concept store for a cause

  In Paris, Merci means more than Thank You. It is synonymous with the hippest, most eclectic, inviting concept store in the city.  At Merci, in Paris’ 11th arrondisment, home to some of the hottest restaurants and bars and a …  Read More

Summertime Salad: Raw Broccoli

There are two things people hope to do when it hits summertime…tighten up the tummy, and cool off.  I have this great recipe for a raw broccoli salad that will definitely help you achieve both goals.  It consists of nothing …  Read More

Merce & the Muse

Paris café culture is in a revolution.  Everyone knows this city for its corner cafés with generic menus and blah coffee.  But, luckily, a crop of anglo-cafés are popping up all over the place.  If you love all that is …  Read More