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  • Paris, Cette Fois.

    for april return to paris, 2015. entries are a combination of tips from friends and personal to-do list. not yet complete.

    • Feb 2017
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  • Jardin des Tuileries

    1

    Garden

    created in 1564, it was eventually opened to the public in 1667. wonderful place to admire the city. nicolas advises to start your walk at place de la concorde.

  • Café Marly

    2

    Café

    good for breakfast or drinks after visiting the jardin des tuileries. located by the arcades of the louvre, in front of the pyramid (as seen in the photo).

  • Jardin du Palais Royal

    3

    Garden

    stroll. after, look for didier ludot in the gardens themselves, where you will find a pristine 1950s dior ballgown next to a 1980 paco rabanne metallic dress.

  • Le Rubis

    4

    Bistro

    bona fide old school wine café. good spot to relax after visiting colette or you are en route to cafés verlet, right around the corner. no need to eat here.

  • Les Enfants Rouges

    5

    Wine Bar

    fun, friendly neighborhood hideaway adjacent to enfants rouges market in NoMa (North Marais). open mondays (a rare thing in paris). french with japanese touch.

  • Merci

    6

    Department Store

    an almost-great concept department store that our friends jessica, nicolas, anne and kevin all recommend. there's also a great lunch spot in the basement.

  • Rue de Charonne

    7

    Road

    a meandering one-lane thoroughfare of unremarkable 20th-century buildings with cool street-level cafes, small bars, vintage stores & indie fashion labels.

  • Institut du Monde Arabe

    8

    Museum

    research institute established to share cultural information about the arab world, and to promote cooperation and exchanges between france and the arab nations.

  • Brasserie Balzar

    9

    Brasserie

    you won't find this in the english-language paris guides. a true traditional brasserie located in the 5th. anne's father used to eat lunch here everyday.

  • Cop Copine

    10

    Design

    together with comptoir des cotonniers, a fun french fashion label.

  • Huîtrerie Régis

    11

    Seafood

    amongst the finest purveyors of oysters in a city that excels in oysters. it's all you need. served with muscadet or sancerre.

  • Pierre Hermé

    12

    Pastry

    beautiful pastries. take them to the jardin du luxembourg afterwards.

  • Jardin du Luxembourg

    13

    Garden

    never an inappropriate time to go here. even in a blizzard with hail and lightning, the gardens here would remain exquisite.

  • La Grande Épicerie de Paris

    14

    Gourmet

    get some salted caramels here, among other things.

  • Deyrolle

    15

    Shop

    tucked away in the back of a courtyard on the east side of the street, a superbly organized vintage + taxidermy store that’s GREAT for film research.

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding