20 March 2018

Oh my cod

Cod save the Queen, cod only knows, for cod's sake, cod willing.... 

We love the feel of this French-Japanese fusion fun spot for green tea, creative cocktails and more.

The Cod House
1 rue de Condé 75006


16 March 2018

An atelier d'artiste

Artists' studios in Paris are recognizable by their large vertical windows.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec lived and worked on the spacious two upper floors of this building.

In upcoming April newsletter:  
atelier interiors

7 March 2018

Pizza high

We go here for the soaring ceilings, artisan pizzas and meeting-up-with-friends factor.

6 rue Vivienne 75002

6 March 2018

Man dog beer

Outside a café a local enjoys a beer, happy the weather has taken a turn for the warmer.

3 March 2018

3 hours (or less) from Paris: Tasting Brittany

Brittany, Land of Vikings ... and crêpes, ciders, butter, cheeses, salts, kouign amann, fresh oysters and seafood, for starters. Not to mention some of the world's best pastries (and pastry chefs) hail from this rugged coastal region. 

In this month's newsletter

Above: breakfast in Cancale (pastry fillings of apples, cherries, prunes or poppy seeds); heavenly coffee

Grain de Vanille
12 Place de la Victoire 35260 Cancale France

1 March 2018

To market for lunch

The covered Marché des Enfants Rouges is known for exotic food stalls with outdoor tables.

Above: portion of the painted entrance; savory lamb and chicken tagines