A La Biche au Bois

Where can you find a restaurant in Paris that serves traditional French food, is wallet-friendly and is not bursted with tourists? I know just the place., which is especially great and convenient for the holidays.  Since moving to Paris in September 2010, I have been longing to eat at A La Biche Au Bois. If … Continue reading

Le Baron Rouge

Wine Bars are a great way to find your hidden niche and blend with locals in Paris. They are also great venues where the food is enjoyable. Le Baron Rouge has come to be one of the outstanding wine bars I have been to. Right off, the Aligre market nearby, you’ll spot a crowd of … Continue reading

Marché d’Aligre

It has been a long time since I last went to a proper market and the Marché d’Aligre is one of Paris’ best; located just behind Bastille. It holds both an outdoor and indoor section. This market stands out compared to other of Paris’ outdoor markets because it appears to be living in its own little … Continue reading

La Gazzetta

Just a few blocks east of the Place de la Bastille and down a small side street from Rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine, sits La Gazzetta – a low-lit and wood panelled neobistro (su rprisingly reminded me of Balthazar or Pastis in New York in terms of decor). The entrance outside… Walking in, on your … Continue reading