Tag: Paris

La Poule au Pot, bread, Paul Racat

Paris by All-Night Bistro: La Poule au Pot

It’s 2am on a Tuesday night and I’m enjoying a bowl of French onion soup at La Poule au Pot in the Halles quarter in central Paris. What may sound like an unreasonable hour to be out dining on a weekday is in fact the perfect time to get to know one of the most esteemed traditional bistros and most venerable bistro owners in the capital.

Va-nu-pieds: The Street Life of the Citroen 2CV

Va-nu-pieds, the barefoot photographer, sights blue, white and red Citroen 2CV (deux chevaux) in the streets of the city during the Mondial de l'Automobile, Paris's annual car show.

Mystery Cuisine: Adventure, Intimacy, and Knowing Smiles

Mystery Cuisine (formerly Les III O), a confidential little restaurant near Palais Royal in the center of Paris, has the feel of an exclusive...

Adventures in Vietnamese Cuisine, Paris

What happens when two restaurant and travel writers meet to test a restaurant together? Do they eye each other warily over tall menus? Do...

Private Paris & France Tours

Award-winning travel writer and editor Gary Lee Kraut is the go-to guy for individuals and agencies seeking personalized tours, events and advice in Paris and throughout France.

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