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Le Repaire de Cartouche

Towering bistronomy chef Rodolphe Paquin has been enthralling and enraging clients at his frank, insidery bistro Le Repaire de Cartouche since 1997. Fans adore its masterfully traditional cuisine and incomparably…

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Aux Deux Amis

Aux Deux Amis' owner David Loyola learned all he needed to know about hospitality with the buccaneer team at Le Chateaubriand before opening this thronged moneypit of a natural wine…

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Ma Cave Fleury

Ma Cave Fleury is the unfailingly festive caviste and wine bar founded in 2009 by Morgane Fleury, global ambassador of her family's biodynamic Champagne Fleury. The bar contains nothing more…

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Les Deux Magots

On a big left bank boulevard overlooking the Saint-Germain-des-Prés church, this iconic Parisian café counted Hemingway, Simone de Beauvoir, Sartre, Albert Camus and even Pablo Picasso amongst its regulars (and…

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La Rotonde

In 1914, poet Guillaume Apollinaire wrote that Montparnasse (the creative left bank neighborhood) was replacing Montmartre (the bohemian right bank quarter) as the creative class's preferred locale. And it was at…

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La Coupole

Arguably the most quintessential brasserie in Paris, La Coupole is an institution of French art and style that came into its own in the late 1920s. The extraordinary art deco…