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Candelaria

In some cities, a Margarita and a taco aren’t difficult to find. In Paris, however, they're a rarity, which may be part of the reason Candelaria has garnered such a…

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La Cagouille

The façade is more reminiscent of an Auto Grill than one of Paris’s great (if off-the-beaten-path) restaurants. Tucked into the 14ème, this restaurant is known for its fresh and expertly prepared…

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La Tour d’Argent

Ask any winemaker or sommelier in France which restaurant boasts the greatest list of French wines in the world, and--unless they have a financial stake elsewhere--the answer will be  La Tour…

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Le Baratin

A Parisian staple for more than two decades, Le Baratin boasts a deep cellar of natural wines curated by husband-and-wife duo Raquel Carina and Philippe (Pinouche) Pinoteau, both of whom were…

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Passage 53

Japanese chef Shinichi Sato’s Passage 53, a tiny space tucked away under one of Paris’s oldest passageways, has been an under-the-radar favorite of some of the world’s most discerning winemakers for…

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Brasserie Thoumieux

At the Hôtel Thoumieux's glamorous all-day brasserie, designer India Mahdavi’s style transports guests back into the art deco era. Brass railings, walls of mirrors, red banquettes and jade-colored table lamps…

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Le Sévero

When former butcher William Bernet spotted a void in Paris's market for expertly butchered and aged steak frites, he created this tiny venue for meat and wine lovers. With its…