From streetstyle stars to hordes of tourists with their parasols and bossy guides, everyone makes a stop at the Tuileries in Paris, just by the Louvre. This is one of the most quintessentially Parisian destinations,
Hearty and healthy aren’t usually featured on the menu in Paris. Bob’s Kitchen recognizes this, and offers the perfect solution. Watermelon gazpacho, and Indian curry are just a few of the fresh dishes served up,
When I think of Paris and its beloved history of arts, there are generally two styles that come to mind — over-the-top, gilded Rococo and the comparatively simpler, rawer, Impressionism. Located in the shadow of
The oldest bistro in the Bastille neighborhood, Le Bistrot du Peintre was established in 1902 and is an Art Nouveau gem serving up delicious and traditional French food. Paris is known for its Art Nouveau
With tapestry walls and crystal chandeliers, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature may seem like any old palace-turned-museum in Paris, that is until you realize you’re surrounded by weapons and dead animals.
Rose Bakery in the 3rd Arrondissement is great if you’re looking for something a bit heartier than the traditional baguette and jam, with a slant towards the organic (they even have a few gluten-free treats).