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In France, food is art on a plate. So it makes sense that some of the most memorable eating experiences can be found in some of Paris’s most delectable museums … Rose Bakery, Musée de la Vie Romantique Rose Bakery, with its perfumed teas and olde-worlde cakes (think marble-swirled, berry slathered in pink icing, and […]

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Gorgeous delicacies can be found all over Paris, but the most classic of Parisian treats are at their scrumptious best in the places where they were created, or else perfected. The Macaron Macaron biscuits — a blend of almond, sugar and egg whites — have been popular in Europe for centuries; legend has it that […]

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With every action there’s a reaction. And so, on a Parisian gastronomic landscape that has undergone rapid transformation of late, with cool new cafés and bars ever popping up, there’s now somewhat of a swing back to the old, the traditional, the authentic. A trend back to serving up nostalgic Gallic comfort food (snails, egg […]

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Paris created the concept of the café as well as the restaurant, of fine dining along with the picnic, so it’s little surprise that in this city each type of eatery has come to have a fairly set definition. A brasserie is not a bistrot, for example, and a bar another thing altogether. Some distinctions […]

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