Wining and Dining in Paris was created for those of you who want to truly experience the extraordinary food and wine Paris has to offer. We’ve included Paris’s best restaurants, wine bars, wine shops, cafes, bistros, champagne bars and food markets – and even a few cooking classes! – all arranged by arrondissement to make your wining and dining decisions a snap.
A brief section introduces readers to the Parisian restaurant scene, French wines by region, and select culinary and wine terms. The rest of the book is arranged by district (arrondissement) for ease of use, and each arrondissement section will offer a map followed by top restaurant picks (not just high-end gourmet, but also great meals at more moderate prices), wine bars, cafes, and wine shops (including organic wine shops).
• 139 restaurants, wine bars, wine shops and more
• 43 maps, lots of beautiful illustrations
• Essential French phrases
• Tips on budget dining, historic restaurants, types of eating
establishments, and mealtimes
• Ten Simple Rules of Dining Out in Paris
• A region-by-region look at French wine
From the author of Eating & Drinking in Paris: French Menu Translator and Restaurant Guide and Open Road's Best of Paris.
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
The Musée Picasso (Picasso Museum) in Paris is finally set to reopen. The museum will reopen in June 2014 after a renovation that took five years and cost 52 million euros. The museum has the largest collection of the works of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (not to mention works by Renoir, Cézanne, Degas and Matisse). The renovation allows the museum to showcase more of the 5,000 works by the artist. Don't miss it the next time you visit Paris.
Info: 3rd/Métro St-Sébastien or St-Paul. 5 rue de Thorigny (in the Marais).