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Paris | CONTENTs

The guide

16 Shopping

The city’s latest boutique

openings, trends and

address book for

everything fashion related

46 ARTS & ATTRACTionS

This month’s round-up of

exhibits and attractions

56 Dining

Our selection of restaurants

for every mood and every

taste

70 EnTERTAinMEnT

This month’s hottest bars,

clubs and events

78 nAVigATE

Your guide to getting

around the city with maps

and transport listings

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on ThE CoVER

Gentlemen, turn to page 24 for

our Fashionable Sports fashion

shoot just for you.

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Hot Dates

This month’s calendar

of must-see events

It’s a Koons World

Discover the colourful world

of Jeff Koons

My Paris

Head Concierge Jean-Marc

Flaunet shares his favourite

things about the city of Paris

Turn to page 57 to

discover our favourite

new eatery, Caffé Stern

Photographer: Luigi Di Donna

Stylist: Joanna Kalinski

Hair Stylist: Olivier Henry

Make-Up Artist: Angie Moullin

Post Production: Marc Martinon

Fashion & Production Editor:

Sandra Iskander

Model: Thor from New Madison

Thor wears a Jaeger-LeCoultre

Deep Sea Chronograph watch,

Dior shirt, Puma sweater and

holds a Wilson basketball

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Welcome to Paris

the team |

A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

To bring in the New Year

in style we dedicate

the first issue of 2015

to our very fashionable

gentlemen readers. in

this issue you will find

all the latest trends,

accessories and even

grooming products just

for him as well as our

8-page photo shoot

celebrating fashion

and sport. Ladies aren’t

forgotten in our shopping pages either, with an à

la mode roundup of this year’s best accessories.

We also bring you it’s a Koons World, our cover

story that delves you into the colourful world

of Jeff Koons, the american artist who is being

honoured at the Centre Pompidou with his first

ever European retrospective.

in our arts & attractions pages you will discover

the best exhibits not to be missed while visiting

the city, including The Borgias being held at

Musée Maillol and sade, attacking the sun at

Musée d’Orsay. Meanwhile, in Entertainment

everything from karaoke to a unique screening

of West side story awaits to entertain you during

your evenings in the French capital.

From everyone here at Where we wish you a very

Happy New Year and we hope you enjoy this issue.

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January

HOT DATES

Discover the best of this month in Paris

5MONday

Fashion Photography

Through to the 11th of the month take in Bettina,

the exhibition held at the Galerie Azzedine Alaïa

showcasing photos of the iconic French model as

captured by famous photographers including Henry

Clarke, Willy Rizzo and Georges Dambier.

18 rue de la Verrerie (3rd), 01 42 33 93 18

Saturday

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PARIS THIS MONTH

On Ice

Show off your skills on ice at Le Grand

Palais des Glaces. For the second year

running the Grand Palais has been

transformed into the world’s largest

ice-skating rink, making it a magical

experience for the whole family.

3 ave du Général Eisenhower (8th),

01 44 13 17 17

monday

1

The City of Light

Paris lives up to its name with its most famous avenue,

Avenue des Champs-Elysées beautifully lit for the Christmas

season. Stroll along the avenue and watch as the lights

twinkle in the trees aligning the way from Place de la

Concorde all the way to the Arc de Triomphe and as

you stroll through the Christmas market.

Thursday

1

Fashion photography image © Georges Dambier; On Sale © istock/ Connel_Design/Thinkstock

WEdnEsday

7On

Sale

Last month you spent most of your

time shopping for everyone in the

lead up to Christmas, this month

shop for yourself and take advantage

of the annual winter sales that begin

today all around the city.

Thursday

4

WEdnEsday

14

An Artful

High Tea

Inspired by the Musée

du Luxembourg’s Paul

Durand-Ruel exhibition,

La Bauhinia restaurant is

serving L’ARTea Time every

Wednesday afternoon from

3.30 to 5.30pm. The high

tea rendezvous sees you

enjoy the Impressionniste,

the chocolate paint pot

complete with an edible

paintbrush created by

pastry chef François Perret,

and presented with a ticket

to the exhibit, which allows

you to go straight to the

front of the queue.

10 ave d’Iéna (16th),

01 53 67 19 91

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PARIS THIS MONTH

Trade Shows

& Art Fairs

Fri-Mon 9-12

SALon DE LA PLonGEE

SoUS-MArinE

Voyage beneath the sea in this tradeshow

devoted to deep sea diving. Discover the latest in

equipment, destinations, diving news and more.

The show is open from 10am-7pm, until 9pm on the

9th and until 3pm on the 12th.

www.salondelaplongee.com. Paris Expo, blvd Victor,

Porte de Versailles (15th)

2FriDAy

WEDnESDAy

31Look up at the sky and watch it light up with the fireworks

FriDAy

30 Place

A Parisian carnival

Through to the 4th of January get lost in the Festival du Merveilleux, a

colourful carnival at the Musée des Arts Forains where carrousels, a mirror

maze and gigantic marionettes await.

53 ave des Terroirs de France (12th)

In the Sky

Hop on to the Grande roue and fly

above the city and watch the City of

Light twinkle beneath your feet.

de la Concorde (8th)

tUESDAy

20

Aussie

Art

Discover the works of 5

photographers at La Maison de

l’Océanie’s Aussie Ose! exhibit

that features images taken

in different cities in Australia.

This free exhibition showcases

Australia as seen through each

photographer’s eyes and features

photos of colourful graffiti art in

the alleyways of Melbourne as

dazzling around the Eiffel Tower. Happy New Year!

well as surfers on Bronte Beach in

Sydney.

90 rue Bonaparte (6th),

01 70 36 35 40

SAt-SUn 17-18

ConVEntion intErnAtionALE DU

DiSQUE DE CoLLECtion

This record fair is the place to be for record album

collectors, pop, rock, disco and folk fans and music

lovers in general. It is a great place to find that

missing record to complete your collection. The

show is open from 10am-6pm.

www.jukeboxmag.com. Espace Champerret,

Place de la Porte de Champerret (17th)

thUrS-SUn 22-25

thErMALiES

The show brings you all that is water and wellbeing.

Some 300 exhibitors specialised in

cures, treatments, thalassotherapy, spas and

balneotherapy are on hand to welcome you into

eight thematic pavilions devoted to the world of

healing waters. A fashion show, herbal tea tastings

and practical relaxation workshops are all on the

agenda. The show is open from 10am-7pm and

until 6pm on the 25th.

www.thermalies.com. Carrousel du Louvre,

99 rue de Rivoli (1st)

Fri-tUES 23-27

MAiSon & oBJEt

This tradeshow for professionals, which is

celebrating its 20th birthday this year, is the place

to explore the latest in the art of living and the

world of home fashion, bringing together decor,

design, objects, tableware, furnishings, expertise

and unique know-how. The show is open from

9:30am-7pm and until 6pm on the 27th.

www.maison-objet.com. Parc des Expositions Paris-

Nord Villepinte. Free shuttle service available from Porte

Maillot every 10-15 min from 8am-5:30pm and from

Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport every 30 minutes from

9am-noon

SAt-Mon

24-26

SALon intErnAtionAL

DE LA LinGEriE

This glamorous event devoted to a world of

intimates is for professionals only. Preview new

lingerie, corsetry, hosiery, loungewear, swimwear

and men’s underwear. Trends, themed conferences

and six worlds of lingerie are explored: the essential,

cocooning, designer labels, masculine brands,

young designer brands and hosiery and leg wear.

The show is open from 9am-7pm and until 6pm on

the 26th.

www.lingerie-paris.com. Paris Expo, blvd Victor,

Porte de Versailles (15th)

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Jeff Koons

It’s

a Koons

World

By Patricia Valicenti

There are the whimsically coloured

balloon dogs, Michael Jackson

with Bubbles adorned in gold,

the mercurial and ever fascinating

lobster, the balls in the fish tank

and ever so much more from the contemporary

artist Jeff Koons in the first ever European

retrospective devoted to the american artist

being held at the Centre Pompidou.

The show offers the visitor a full perspective on

a body of work that has for the past 35 years left

its mark on the artistic and cultural landscape.

Pioneering for some, controversial or kitsch for

others, the vast panorama of the works of Jeff

Koons on display enables the viewer to decide

on his or her own during an eye-catching and

very fun journey.

Conceived in collaboration with the Whitney

Museum of american art, the show at the

Pompidou Centre enables the visitor to observe

in a fashion that is devoid of all prejudices the

work of an artist among the most celebrated

and controversial of our time. an artist that

Bernard Blistène, the director of France’s National

Museum of Modern art and commissioner of the

Parisian exhibition, considers to be the “last of

the pop artists.”

The show brings together some 100 sculptures

and paintings representative of the artistic path

of Jeff Koons with the works underscoring the

coherence of his work and creative strength.

They are all there, the works that emerged

from the creative prowess of the artist, works

that have become icons in their own time, an

aquarium from the 1985 Equilibrium series, the

rabbit of 1986 and the ever so fun Balloon Dog

1994-2000, all of which have enjoyed immense

popular appeal.

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“I always liked

objects filled with air,

because they are very

anthropomorphic”

Self Portrait © Douglas M. Parker Studios, Los Angeles, Collecton particulière © Jeff Koons; Balloon Dog © Santi Caleca Pinault collection © Jeff Koons;

Balloon Dog (Magenta), 1994 - 2000;

Opposite page: Self-Portrait, 1991

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Jeff Koons

Gazing Ball (Ariadne), 2013

The retrospective unfolds in a historical and

chronological fashion, underscoring the various

cycles of the artist’s work from the early works,

which reflect art at that time to his current works,

which dialogue implicitly with the history of

classic art all the while showcasing the diversity

and wealth of his work.

From his first solo exhibition in 1980, the

works of Jeff Koons have been shown in major

galleries and institutions throughout the world.

His sculptures in the series Celebration were

exhibited on the roof of the Metropolitan

Museum of art in New York City in 2008 and

then at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. He

was the first living artist to exhibit inside the

Château de Versailles when a selection of his

works were shown in the Grands appartements,

once the realm of French monarchs, in 2008.

Koons also focuses in on mass culture with

the american dream and its various fantasies.

The series Luxury and Degradation of 1986

duplicates the advertising strategies used by

leading brands while Banality (1988) looks at

popular imagery blending together childish

dreams and erotic suggestions with various

“hits” out of the history of art. The first inflatables

gave way to his assemblages, which seek out a

synthesis between Pop art and Minimalism as

witnessed in The New series, while the Made

in Heaven series of 1989-1991, which featured

the artist and his then wife in explicit sexual

positions, remains controversial.

The daring and rather pretty works that make

up the inflatables (1979) series, which Koons

considers to be his first series, are composed

of inflatable, colourful toys that he unearthed

in cheap shops in New York City’s East Village

neighbourhood that the artist placed on sheets

of mirror or Plexiglas. The objects chosen by

Koons, who stopped painting to pick up these

ready-made items, emanated an aesthetic

closely linked to popular culture bringing to

mind Pop art. These works are decidedly joyful,

like the inflatable Flower and Bunny, which

seems to emerge from an animated cartoon

garden, in pink and white from 1979, and reveals

the artist’s interest in inflatable objects.

“i always liked objects filled with air, because they

are very anthropomorphic,” says Koons.

as the show moves into The Pre-New and The

New, home appliances come into view perhaps

evoking the artist’s vision of american society

as pragmatic, successful, always after what is

new. The vacuum cleaner is omnipresent as in

the Hoover Celebrity iii and the New Hoover

Convertible, respectively in the Pre-New and

the New series. His Teapot comes to life with

fluorescent lights and plastic tubes, and not to

be missed is the New Hoover Deluxe shampoo

Polishers, two of them, set off with fluorescent

lights and encased in Plexiglas.

The world of sport is also explored in the

Equilibrium series with, notably, framed Nike

posters, like the far-reaching Doctor Dunkenstein

and the Tanks, aquariums filled or half filled

with water in which basketballs are emerged

or submerged. Meanwhile, his Luxury and

Degradation series was inspired by a subway trip

from the south of Manhattan to Harlem during

which Jeff Koons noticed that slogans used for

Gazing Ball © Tom Powel Imaging, Monsoon Art Collection © Jeff Koons

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Clockwise from top left:

Metallic Venus,

2010-2012; Michael Jackson

and Bubbles, 1988;

Dutch Couple, 2007

Metallic Venus © Collection particulière, Courtesy Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso Para El Arte © Jeff Koons; Michael Jackson and Bubbles © Douglas M. Parker Studios, Los Angeles, Collection particulière © Jeff Koons; Dutch Couple © Markus Tretter Fotographie, Pinault Collection © Jeff Koons

alcoholic beverage ads changed depending

upon the neighbourhood and subsequently

the social class. The series includes stainless steel

objects linked to alcohol consumption forming a

complete line of objects ranging from the useful,

like the luxurious Travel Bar in stainless steel, to

the decorative.

Next on the agenda is the Statuary, a panorama

of society with figurative objects of decoration

ranging from Bob Hope to the Italian Woman,

the always fun, sleek and futuristic Rabbit as well

as the Two Kids, all from 1986, all in stainless steel.

In the Made in Heaven series, Jeff Koons is seen

posing alongside his ex-wife and the former porn

actress Ilona Staller, known as La Cicciolina, in

the rather graphic works featuring pastel colours,

crowns of flowers and dream-like landscapes.

The Celebration series is great fun with a

stainless steel Balloon Dog, the shining bright

Moon and the colourful Tulips. And the fun

goes on with the Popeye and Hulk Elvis series.

As heroes and superheroes are an integral

part of American mass culture imagery, these

figures lend themselves particularly well to

an interpretation by Jeff Koons with the Hulk

depicted in apple green, somehow becoming

loveable. There is also the unquestionably

eye-catching Dutch Couple that can split a

smile on the most embittered of faces. Herein

lies as well the polychrome aluminium lovely

and lively Lobster with its coated steel chain

that controversially made its way into the court

of the Sun King at the Versailles show in 2008.

And not to be missed are both Popeye and

Olive Oyl who are in tow and in town for the

show.

Light, fun and playful are the works from the

Easyfun and the Easyfun Ethereal series. Here

the observer enjoys large sculptures, with crystal

and mirrored glass, of cartoon-character like

animals, among them a giraffe and a walrus.

Meanwhile, the Antiquity series takes us on a

journey into the classics of the art world with

a repertoire ranging from Palaeolithic art to

classical sculpture. Koons dialogues notably with

the idea of Aphrodite from which emerges his

Metallic Venus, replete with flowering plants, and

Balloon Venus in high chromium stainless steel

with transparent mirror coating emerge.

Gazing Ball is currently the last series begun

by Jeff Koons and it is made up of replicas

of masterpieces of classical sculpture from

Antiquity to 18th century French sculpture as

well as reproductions of works emanating from

popular culture. The visual unity of the ensemble

revolves around the use of a unique material,

a special blend of plaster, and the presence

on each work of a hand blown glass ball in a

colour of deep and intense blue, the gazing balls

which the artist explains are elements typical of

outdoor decoration in his native Pennsylvania.

Centre PomPidou

Place Georges

Pompidou (4th),

01 44 78 12 33

Open daily, except

Tuesdays, from 11am

to 9pm, late nights

Thursday, Friday, and

Saturday until 11pm.

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The Guide

SHOPPING

By Sandra Iskander

For Him |For Her | For the Home | Department Stores | Male Grooming | Vintage

Turn to page 20 for fun Fendi fashions

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Shopping

For Him

Starck Luggage

He has designed everything from hotels

to watches and now the über-designer

has joined forces with Delsey, the leading

French brand in luggage to bring jetsetters

the Starcktrip collection. Inspired by the less

is more saying, the designer has created a

complete line of bags and luggage to take

you around the world in comfort and style.

The ergonomically designed pieces feature

cylinder-shaped handles to fit comfortably

in your hands, a nanotechnology that

protects against stains and are waterresistant,

making sure that your belongings

arrive nice and dry.

Available at Galeries Lafayette

Louboutin

for Him

He is known for his red soled

heels for the ladies but Christian

Louboutin’s shoe collection for men

is just as striking. Any fashionable

gentleman knows that the shoe

completes the look and this season

make sure you complete yours with

Louboutin’s high-tops. For a rocker

look go for a studded pair and for a

more preppy look go for the tartan

print pair.

68 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th),

01 42 68 37 65

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SHOPPING

For Him

Changing Times

Most people have a favourite watch

that they can never stop wearing,

and like with any accessory, most

people also like to change and update

their watch or simply erase any wear and

tear. Compagnie Bracelet Montre Paris is

a new boutique in the fashionable Left

Bank in Paris that combines the best

of both worlds, allowing you to keep

your favourite watch while updating

it. This novel boutique offers its clients

a plethora of watch bands that are

compatible with most popular watches,

allowing you to update your watch

without really changing it. Choose from a

range of different colours, leathers

and width of the band to suit your

mood and with prices starting from

only 60€ you can afford to update

the band every month.

Compagnie Bracelet Montre

Paris Boutique

25 rue du Dragon (6th),

01 45 44 99 37

Cos Chic

Stand out in the crowd and head

into Cos for a colourful wardrobe

update. The Swedish ready-to-wear

brand’s autumn/winter collection

for him features this lime green

ensemble that promises to make

quite the fashion statement. The

brand’s minimalistic approach to

fashion has seen its popularity grow

due to the versatility of its pieces.

For the less daring gentlemen

the collection also features more

subdued options including a singlebreasted

midnight blue jacket and

an olive green knitted sweater.

Cos Boutique

4 rue des Rosiers (4th), 01 44 54 37 70

The Perfect Man Bag

Made in Spain, Harker bags are the perfect accessory

for the man about town. The French brand, created

by Mario Conti and Otxo Amade, offers an attractive

collection of bags dedicated to gentlemen who

are looking for practicality when accessorising

without compromising their savvy style. Made from

handpicked leather from French tanneries, the bags

include duffle bags, briefcases and backpacks.

www.harker.fr

Boutique Bracelet Montre Paris © Christophe Urbain

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Surf’s Up!

Cuisse de Grenouille has opened its

second boutique in the Batignolle

neighbourhood. The French

ready-to-wear brand dedicated

to the “gentleman surfer”, which

first started off with colourful,

50’s-inspired board shorts, now

boasts a collection featuring

everything from slim-fit shirts to

corduroy trousers and of course

an array of board shorts. Open on

Sundays (but closed on Mondays),

the recently opened boutique

showcases the surfer-friendly

fashions in a nature-inspired décor

complete with bare wooden tree

trunks seemingly holding up the

roof.

Cuisse de Grenouille Boutique

71 place Félix Lobligeois (17th),

09 52 75 41 93

Miniatures Twingo 4 couleurs Kuntzel+Deygas © OMG

Upper Shoes

In an elegant setting complete with

baroque-style red velvet chairs and

a dark wood armoire beautifully

showcasing an array of shoes, discover

Upper Shoes, a multi-brand shoe store

for savvy gentlemen. The boutique

offers popular high-end brands

including Church’s, Corthay and Robert

Clergerie as well as a shoe-shining

station where you can brighten up

your dull shoes. The boutique also

offers its clients advice on care and is

available for shoe repairs.

Upper Shoes Boutique

1 rue Caumartin (9th), 01 40 06 09 29

Boys and their Toys

Every red-blooded male loves cars and on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées

is where you will find L’Atelier Renault where gentlemen of all ages can run

around and play with cars. This unique space is dedicated to Renault and hosts

exhibitions and showcases the latest offerings from the French car manufacturer.

This month, through to the 15th of January, you can pick up the limited edition

novelty items designed by Kuntzel+Deygas exclusively for L’Atelier Renault in

celebration of the new Twingo car. The collection of items includes miniature car

sets, keyrings and iPhone covers.

L’Atelier Renault 53 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th),

08 11 88 28 11

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SHOPPING

For Her

Furry Fendi

Fun, flirty and playful, Fendi’s autumn/winter

collection guarantees to keep you warm during the

colder days without compromising your sense of style.

With fur featuring heavily in the collection, it is the

house’s must-have piece for the winter along with the

quirky Bag Bugs, made with fur, they are available in

different bug shapes and feature a clasp to easily clip

onto your favourite bag.

Fendi Boutique, 51 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 49 52 84 52

Preppy Beret

This season embrace your inner Frenchy and head to

DDP for a very Parisian accessory, the beret. Le Béret

Français, the French house specialising in berets, has

designed berets in collaboration with DDP to stylishly

complement the colours of the ready-to-wear’s brand’s

urban collection. Available in a rainbow of colours

including the very classic black and the eye-popping

red, the chic head accessory will elegantly top off any

look and keep you warm as you stroll through the

fashion capital.

DDP Boutique

193 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 42 61 00 55

Fun Fashion

A recently opened multi-brand

boutique in the über-trendy

Marais neighbourhood offers a

novel concept to shopping in the

fashion capital. While the essential

idea of L’Habibliothèque is to offer

savvy shoppers a stunning and

varied wardrobe to choose from

and borrow pieces with a monthly

membership, the boutique also

showcases never worn pieces from

high-end international designers

that are sold exclusively in the

store. Fashion brands exclusive

to L’Habibliothèque include Maid

in Love and Chinese designer W

by Wenjung whose quirky and

colourful designs include Atariinspired

pieces.

L’Habibliothèque

61 rue de Saintonge (3rd),

09 81 43 43 43

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Disco Fever

Kilian Hennessy, the name behind the

By Kilian perfume house has ventured

into the art of jewellery design and

has launched the Studio 54 collection.

Inspired by the legendary Studio 54

nightclub in New York, the collection

is glamorous and chic with a sexy wink

to disco fashion. The pieces that make

up the collection, a pair of earrings,

a ring and a bracelet, are available

in 18-carat gold or Rhodium and all

feature a disco ball-inspired sphere.

Adorned with black pavé Swarovski

crystals, the pieces can also be scented

with one of the 35 By Kilian fragrances

thanks to a discretely hidden ceramic

that delicately releases the perfume

through the perforated detailing.

By Kilian Boutique

20 rue Cambon (1st), 01 40 39 94 14

Couture Time

Chanel’s J12 high-end watch collection

revolves around the myriad incarnations

of the J12 watch, bringing together the

luxurious worlds of high fashion and fine

watch making. The J12-365s, as their name

implies, can be worn everyday of the year

and with an elegant and ethereal look

can take you from day to night. The white

ceramic timepieces, available in either

steel or 18-carat beige gold, a special alloy

exclusive to Chanel, sparkle with discrete

diamonds as the watches’ Guillochefinished

opaline dials are set with 68

diamonds and are ringed with 69 diamonds.

The beautiful watches also feature a

self-winding mechanical movement, are

water-proof to 100 metres, have hour,

minute, second and date indications, a

power reserve of 42 hours and the ceramic

is highly resistant to scratches. - P.V.

Chanel Boutique

31 rue Cambon (1st), 01 44 50 66 00

An Enchanted Lotus

Haute jewellery is De Beers’s savoir-faire and pushing its limits to create

unique and original pieces, the jewellery house has created a collection using

ceramic to intricately create rings featuring the lotus flower. Almost worked as

a lace, the ceramic is designed to form the delicate flower and brings it to life

with De Beers diamonds placed in the centre of each lotus. The Enchanted

Lotus collection features two rings, the Daylight version is a white ceramic ring

featuring rose gold while the Moonlight version creates the lotus with black

ceramic and white gold.

Available at Printemps

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SHOPPING

For the Home

In the Kitchen

If you believe you are a master chef at heart

and love showing off your talents in the

kitchen then make sure you stop off at the

Zwilling boutique in the culinary capital.

Famous for their knives and cookware,

Zwilling offers a fine selection of kitchen

accessories for all, from talented chefs to

amateurs in the kitchen. And for a limited

time you can pick up the special edition

Paul Bocuse Staub cocotte, a casserole dish

featuring the famous chef’s signature and

comes with 4 recipes of the chef’s signature

dishes including his famous tarte tatin.

Zwilling Boutique

12 blvd de la Madeleine (9th),

01 42 68 88 00

Always Eat

in France

You never have to feel like you are not

in France again indulging in creamy

cheeses and delicate French pastries

by tricking your mind into believing

you are in the French capital or in the

French countryside with Gien’s fine

tableware. Indulge in a cheese platter

served on the Les Fromages dishes

featuring camembert and Roquefort

with a glass of red wine and after

dinner enjoy your dessert served on

Les Desserts plate complete with a

table full of gateaux.

Gien Boutique

18 rue de l’Arcade (8th), 01 42 66 52 32

Alessi for Less

Italian homeware brand Alessi has opened a boutique at One Nation Paris, the

popular outlet, which boasts over 90 boutiques. With savings between 30 and

70% off this is a great address for you to discover if you love a bargain and more

importantly if you love quirky kitchen gadgets. Perhaps you can update your

tea set and get your hands on the 9093 Kettle designed by Michael Graves. The

brand’s famous kettle features a bird that sings when the water starts to boil. And

if you enjoy soft-boiled eggs for breakfast, the Cico Egg Cup designed by Stefano

Giovannoni will bring colour to your breakfast table.

1 rue du Président Kennedy, 78340 Les Clayes-sous-Bois, 01 30 43 61 51

One Nation Paris offers shuttle buses that

leave from Place de l’Opéra from Monday to Friday.

www.onenation.fr

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Shopping

Department Stores & Shopping Centres

Lafayette Maison & Gourmet

Lafayette maison & gourmet photo © Paul Madelaine

BEAUGRENELLE

This elegant and luminous shopping centre

overlooking the Seine houses a fine selection of

chic and elegant boutiques devoted to clothing,

accessories and the home, along with food shops,

restaurants and a cinema. This environmentally

friendly complex has a green roof welcoming

a bird refuge, beehives and green walls. Mon-

Sat 10am-9pm. Thurs until 10pm. Cinema and

Restaurants: Mon-Sun 10am-midnight.

www.beaugrenelle-paris.com.

12 rue Linois (15th).

M° Charles Michels

BHV/MARAIS

A department store known for its great homeware

selection and appliances as well as a good selection

of top brand names for women and children. Mon,

Tues, Thurs, Fri 9:30am – 7:30pm, Wed 9:30am – 9pm,

Sat 9:30am – 8pm. BHV Homme – a shop exclusively

dedicated to men (36 rue de la Verrerie).

14 rue du Temple (4th), 01.42.74.90.00.

M° Hôtel de Ville

LE BON MARCHE

The oldest department store in Paris and the only

one on the Rive Gauche. Extremely chic, with a

great selection of ready-to-wear, household goods,

cosmetics and lingerie, all under a lovely glass roof.

And the entire basement floor is dedicated to men.

Mon-Sat 10am – 8pm, Thurs & Fri until 9pm.

24 rue de Sèvres (7th),

01.44.39.80.00.

M° Sèvres-Babylone

LE CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE

Art, beauty, technology, leather goods and more

are found under the famous inverted pyramid at

the Louvre in the Carrousel du Louvre. A unique

shopping venue, it brings together a collection of

boutiques that are opened every day of the year.

10am – 8pm, even on Sundays.

99 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.43.16.47.10.

M° Palais Royal – Musée du Louvre

GALERIES LAFAYETTE

This elegant department store carries top brands

including Chanel and Chloé. There’s a wonderful

lingerie department, a children’s concept store,

restaurants, wine bars and a tea room as well

as a cosmetics and perfume section. Lafayette

Homme – A separate building housing men’s

fashion and accessories. Lafayette Maison &

Gourmet-(Across the street) a home décor shop and

delicious gourmet offerings.

Mon – Sat 9:30am – 8:00pm, Thurs until 9 pm.

40 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.34.56.

M° Chaussée d’Antin-La Fayette

ONE NATION PARIS

With 90 boutiques, this is the largest outlet

shopping centre in France featuring luxury and

fashion brands including emblematic houses like

Cacharel. Clothing for the whole family, accessories,

lingerie and home ware are all on the agenda. A

shuttle bus service is available, reservations required.

Daily 10am-8pm. www.onenation.fr.

1 ave du Président Kennedy, 78340 Les Clayes sous Bois,

01 72 87 90 11. SNCF from Montparnasse direction

Plaisir Grignon, get off at Villepreux Les Clayes

PRINTEMPS HAUSSMANN

Printemps’ exquisite world of Luxury and

Accessories, spread out over 3 floors, plays host

to a splendid collection of luxury houses and the

most sought-after labels. Printemps de l’Homme,

the very first to dedicate an entire shop to men,

houses six floors of menswear and a men’s salon.

International Designers, an entire floor dedicated

to trendy new designers, is home to prestigious

fashion designers with the space created by fashion

visionary Maria Luisa Poumaillou. Printemps de la

Beauté features two floors of products and beauty

supplies as well as a spa and beauty salon. La Scent

Room is a unique concept that offers only exclusive

luxury brands that you won’t find anywhere else.

Printemps de la Mode is one floor entirely dedicated

to shoes while Printemps de la Lingerie carries 80

labels . On the 6th and 7th floors of the Printemps

Beauty/Home store are fashions for children.

Mon – Sat 9:35am – 8pm, Thurs until 8:45pm.

64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.50.00

M° Havre-Caumartin

LA VALLEE VILLAGE

A village-like shopping outlet on the city outskirts

offering discounts of up to 60% on a hundred luxury

labels including Armani, Burberry, Tumi and Ralph

Lauren. Mon – Sun 10am – 7pm. Shopping Express

Shuttle bus departs from the centre of Paris twice a

day at 9:30am and 12:30pm.

3 cours de la Garonne,

01.60.42.35.00. RER A4 to Val d’Europe (about 35min).

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Shopping

Fashion

Max Hearne from Bananas Models wears

Breguet Marine Royale watch

(www.breguet.com)

Burberry sweater and scarf

(www.burberry.com)

John Woodbridge rugby ball

(www.john-woodbridge.com)

FaShionable

SportS

Photographed by Luigi Di Donna


Rene Grincourt from Marilyn Agency wears

Vacheron Constantin Overseas Chronographe

watch (www.vacheron-constantin.com)

Lanvin leather jacket and shirt (www.lanvin.com)

Ateliers Ruby leather gloves and helmet

(www.ateliersruby.com)


Thomaz de Oliveira Moura

from New Madison wears

Blancpain Bathyscaphe Chronographe

Flyback watch (www.blancpain.com)

Giorgio Armani shirt, waistcoat

and jacket (www.armani.com)

Wilson baseball bat (www.wilson.com)


Florian Bourdila from

Premium Models wears

Oyster Perpetual GMT Master

II Rolex watch (www.rolex.com)

Francesco Smalto shirt, sweater

and coat (www.smalto.com)

Wilson tennis racket and

tennis ball (www.wilson.com)


Antonio Navas from Elite Paris wears

Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore

watch (www.audemarspiguet.com)

Gentleman Farmer weekend bag

(www.gentlemanfarmernyc.com)

Lanvin sweater and jacket

(www.lanvin.com)

Wilson football (www.wilson.com)


Davi Costa from Premium Models wears

Seamaster Aqua Terra Golf Omega watch

(www.omegawatches.com)

John Woodbridge leather boxing gloves

(www.john-woodbridge.com)


Frederic Tisseau from Elite Paris wears

Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde SW watch

(www.jaquet-droz.com)

Ralph Lauren Purple Label 3-piece suit,

shirt and tie (www.ralphlauren.fr)

Wilson golf club (www.wilson.com)


Robin Decaux from Elite Paris wears

Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar watch (www.tissot.ch)

Montagut sweater (www.montagut.com)

Francesco Smalto parka (www.smalto.com)

Salomon Skis (www.salomon.com)

Diezz helmet (www.diezz-sport.com)

Thomas Azhar from New Madison wears

Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Compressor

Chronograph watch (www.jaeger-lecoultre.com)

Dior shirt (www.dior.com)

Ermenegildo Zegna jacket (www.zegna.com)

Wilson volleyball (www.wilson.com)

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HairÊS tylist

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SHOPPING

Advertorial

DERAAH, one of the biggest trading

companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

At the origin of Deerah’s history is the realization that perfumes, cosmetics, beauty care,

accessories, and oud play an essential role in people’s lives. To meet and satisfy the growing needs

of demanding consumers in Saudi Arabia, Deerah has established a chain of over

500 specialized showrooms. These showrooms display the utmost degree of sophistication,

elegance and beauty in Middle-Eastern perfumes and beauty.

International Flavors & Flagrances (IFF) has been collaborating

with Deraah for over a decade. IFF has created Perfume Opposite,

launched in 2004, which remains one of the region best sellers as well

as Nest, recently introduced, which has already become a best seller.

IFF talented perfumers have created fragrances for Deerah, like world

acclaimed Dominique Ropion and Sophie Labbe, VP Perfumers,

as well as Alienor Massenet and Julien Rasquinet, who were truly

inspired by the unique creativity of Deerah. Mr Ropion, Mrs Labbe

and Massenet, and Mr Rasquinet were also present at the recent IFF

event in Dubai: IFF Speed Smelling, the 1st ever such event in the

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by its Creative Development Executive.

Sheikh Ali, original founder and president of Deerah, remains

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DERAAH is the proud winner of The Gold Arch

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Deerah’s innovation, quality, and leadership.

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SHOPPING

Male Grooming

Hipster Hair

Luxe in Shaving

Only a luxurious house would celebrate a birthday by gifting its elite

clientele with an even more luxurious product. Bottega Veneta, the high-end

fashion house, is celebrating the first anniversary of its first fragrance for men

by launching the Luxury Shaving Collection. The collection, inspired by the

eau de toilette, Bottega Veneta Pour Homme, features a facial scrub, shaving

cream and aftershave. Complementing the fragrance’s sensual notes, the

Luxury Shaving Collection completes every gentleman’s shaving ritual

luxuriously with the art of scent layering.

Style your hair like a real hipster with the

new Bed Head for Men hair care line.

The collection of hair products features

everything every gentleman needs to

perfect their signature coif, from shampoo

and conditioner to moulding paste and

finishing gel. The Charge Up Thickening

Shampoo dials up the volume for fuller

styles while the Clean Up Daily Shampoo

is ideal for gentlemen who wash their hair

daily as it stimulates the scalp and teaming

it up with the Clean Up Peppermint

Conditioner will help give you extra shine.

To finish up your styling, use the Matte

Separation wax if you need a strong hold

with a matt finish while the Power Play gel

will hold and add shine without flaking.

Available at Caprice hair salon

23 rue aux Ours (3rd), 01 42 72 29 24

Available exclusively at Galeries Lafayette

Regenerate Your Smile

Regenerate your teeth’s enamel with the aptly named Regenerate Advance

Toothpaste and Serum. The high-end dental care products promise to rebuild

the enamel and protect your teeth against food acids that eat away at your

enamel. Available at the famous Parisian multi-brand boutique Colette, where

only the coolest of products are found, the groundbreaking serum is to be

used once a month for three consecutive nights, while the toothpaste is to be

used twice a day, morning and night, replacing your regular toothpaste and

leaving you with a brighter smile.

Available at Colette

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shopping

shopping

Vintage

Vintage

Advertorial

Advertorial

Timeless

Renaissance

L’Ibis Rouge

This beautiful and original boutique in the heart of Saint Germain

This beautiful and original boutique in the heart of Saint Germain

des Prés offers unique array of vintage couture fashion and

des Prés offers a unique array of vintage couture fashion and

jewellery including pieces by Chanel, Lanvin, YSL and Dior.

jewellery including pieces by Chanel, Lanvin, YSL and Dior.

You will also find fine selection of vintage alligator bags and

You will also find a fine selection of vintage alligator bags and

contemporary jewellery pieces from French and foreign designers.

contemporary jewellery pieces from French and foreign designers.

Tuesday to Saturday 12-7pm.

Tuesday to Saturday 12-7pm.

35 Blvd Raspail (7th), M° Sèvres-Babylone

35 Blvd Raspail (7th), M° Sèvres-Babylone

+33 (0)1 45 48 98 21

+33 (0)1 45 48 98 21

ibis-rouge@wanadoo.fr

ibis-rouge@wanadoo.fr

facebook.com/L’Ibis Rouge

facebook.com/L’Ibis Rouge

On the Left Bank, where the

On the Left Bank, where the

real Parisian style lingers,

real Parisian style lingers,

Corinne Than-Trong invites you

Corinne Than-Trong invites you

to Renaissance. The elegant

to Renaissance. The elegant

vintage boutique is ideal if you

vintage boutique is ideal if you

are looking to update your

are looking to update your

wardrobe with timeless pieces.

wardrobe with timeless pieces.

Haute Couture dresses await

Haute Couture dresses await

alongside previously loved bags

alongside previously loved bags

and ornate jewellery pieces. This

and ornate jewellery pieces. This

is great address for all vintage

is a great address for all vintage

lovers of Chanel, Dior, Hermès,

lovers of Chanel, Dior, Hermès,

YSL, Pucci and Balenciaga.

YSL, Pucci and Balenciaga.

14 rue de Beaune (7th)

14 rue de Beaune (7th)

M° Rue du Bac

M° Rue du Bac

+33 685 430 352

+33 685 430 352

www.renaissancevintageparis.com

www.renaissancevintageparis.com

Christian Dior, 1959

Christian Dior, 1959

La Tuile à Loup,

fabulous

French crafts

Take journey into the regions of France in this

Take a journey into the regions of France in this

lovely shop devoted to the finest arts and crafts of

lovely shop devoted to the finest arts and crafts of

French tableware. Fittingly tucked away near the rue

French tableware. Fittingly tucked away near the rue

Mouffetard, one of the capital’s great food streets,

Mouffetard, one of the capital’s great food streets,

the authentic and classical from the French provinces

the authentic and classical from the French provinces

awaits to be discovered. Pottery, linens and baskets

awaits to be discovered. Pottery, linens and baskets

are among the offerings along with genuine cheese

are among the offerings along with genuine cheese

boards, beautiful soup terrines and fine platters.

boards, beautiful soup terrines and fine platters.

These are all superb hand-made items from craftsman

These are all superb hand-made items from craftsman

across the land that are perfect for your home or to

across the land that are perfect for your home or to

give as unique gifts. One of kind, beautifully crafted

give as unique gifts. One of a kind, beautifully crafted

pieces are specialty of the boutique where the

pieces are a specialty of the boutique where the

wealth of objects, both useful and decorative, never

wealth of objects, both useful and decorative, never

wavers. La Tuile Loup can pack and ship its articles all

wavers. La Tuile à Loup can pack and ship its articles all

over the world.

over the world.

Opening hours: Monday 1pm-6pm

Opening hours: Monday 1pm-6pm

Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm

Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm

35 rue Daubenton (5th), M° Censier-Daubenton

35 rue Daubenton (5th), M° Censier-Daubenton

+33 (0)1 47 07 28 90

+33 (0)1 47 07 28 90

www.latuilealoup.com

www.latuilealoup.com

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Accessories

Acaba - 41 rue des Petits Champs (1 st ),

01.71.72.96.45. M° Pyramides

Alfred Dunhill - 15 rue de la Paris (2 nd ),

01.42.61.57.58. M° Opéra

Le Carré d’Encre - 13bis rue des Mathurins (9 th ),

01.53.05.81.61. M° Havre-Caumartin

Misterchrono - 23 rue Danielle Casanova (1 st ),

09.53.42.04.64. Mº Opéra

Montblanc - 152 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.44.20.07.70. Mº George V

Robert Clergerie - 5 rue du Cherche-Midi (6 th ),

01.45.48.75.47. M° Rennes

Swarovski - 32 place de la Madeleine (8 th ),

01.42.65.28.10. Mº Madeleine

S.T. Dupont - 58 ave Montaigne (8 th ),

01.45.61.08.39. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Vertu - 18 rue Royale (8 th ),01.42.86.56.66.

Mº Madeleine

Walter Steiger - 83 Faubourg St-Honoré (8 th ) ,

01.42.66.65.08. M° Miromesnil

BeAuty spAs & products

L’Artisan Parfumeur - 2 rue de l’Amiral-

Coligny (1 st ), 01.44.88.27.50. Mº Pont Neuf

Espace Weleda - 10 ave Franklin D. Roosevelt

(8 th ), 01.53.96.06.15. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Jovoy Paris - 4 rue de Castiglione (1 st ),

01.40.20.06.19. Mº Tuileries

Guerlain - 68 ave des Champs-Élysées (8 th ),

01.45.62.52.57. Mº George V

Lancôme - 29 rue du Fbg-St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.42.65.30.74. Mº Madeleine

Les Comptoirs de Durance - 24 rue Vignon

(9 th ), 01.47.42.04.10. Mº Madeleine

L’Occitane - 55 rue St-Louis en L’Ile (4th),

01.40.46.81.71. Mº Pont Marie

M.A.C. - 76 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.53.76.05.99. M° George V

Marionnaud Paris - 104 ave des Champs-

Elysées (8 th ), 01.53.96.50.00. M° George V

Serge Lutens - 142 Galerie de Valois (1 st ),

01.49.27.09.09. M° Palais Royal

Sephora - 70-72 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.53.93.22.50. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Trandline - 64 rue Pierre Charron (8 th ),

01.44.13.88.88. M° George V

children’s clothing & toys

Bonpoint - 6 rue de Tournon (6 th ), 01.40.51.98.20.

Mº Mabillon

Catimini - 15 rue Tronchet (8 th ), 01.44.71.06.23.

Mº Madeleine

Jacadi - 17 rue Tronchet (8 th ), 01.42.65.84.98.

Mº Madeleine

Joué Club - 3-5 boulevard des Italiens (2 nd ),

01.53.45.41.41. Mº Tuileries

Miki House - 366 rue St-Honoré (1 st ),

01.40.20.90.98. Mº Tuileries

Petit Bateau - 116 ave des Champs-Élysées (8 th ),

01.40.74.02.03. Mº George V

Tikibou Toy Store - 33 blvd Edgar Quinet (14 th ),

01.43.20.98.79. Mº Edgar Quinet

clothing: Men & WoMen

Anne Fontaine - 17 rue François 1er (8 th ),

01.40.73.78.01. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Banana Republic - 22 ave des Champs-Elysées

(8 th ), 01.53.89.03.92. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

BCBGMAXAZRIA -14 blvd de la Madeleine

(8 th ), 01.43.12.55.20. Mº Madeleine

Beretta Gallery - 57 rue Pierre Charron (8 th ),

01.56.88.59.59. Mº George V

Capelstore - 26 blvd Malesherbes (8 th ),

01.42.66.34.21. Mº Madeleine

Carven - 34 rue St Sulpice (6 th ), 09.60.45.47.04.

M° Mabillon

Cerruti 1881 - 27 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.53.30.18.72.

Mº Madeleine

Chanel - 31 rue Cambon (1 st ), 01.44.50.66.00.

Mº Concorde

De Fursac - 146 blvd St-Germain (6 th ),

01.43.25.40.66. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés

Dior - 30 ave Montaigne (8 th ), 01.40.73.73.73.

Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

DSquared2 - 247-251 rue Saint-Honoré (1 st ),

01.71.93.60.00. Mº Concorde

Edgard Vermont - 120 rue Fbg Saint-Honoré

(8 th ), 01.42.25.34.35. M° Miromesnil

Emanuel Berg - 140 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré

(8 th ), 01.53.75.48.01. Mº Saint-Philippe-du-Roule

Hervé Léger - 24 rue Cambon (1 st ),

01.42.60.02.00. Mº Madeleine

iBlues - 16 rue de Passy (16 th ), 01.42.88.68.67.

Mº Passy

JC de Castelbajac - 61 rue des Saints-Pères (6 th ),

09.64.48.48.54. M° Saint-Germain des Prés

Karl Lagerfeld - 194 blvd Saint-Germain (7 th ),

01.42.22.74.99. Mº Rue du Bac

Kenzo - 27 blvd de la Madeleine (8 th ),

01.42.61.04.14. M° Madeleine

Lacoste - 37 blvd des Capucines (2 nd ), 01.42.61.58.20.

M° Opéra

Lanvin- 22 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ), 01.44.71.31.73.

Mº Concorde

La Perla - 20 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.43.12.33.50. Mº Concorde

Levi’s Store - 76 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ) ,

01.53.53.05.70. Mº Georges V

Maison Kitsuné - 52 rue de Richelieu (1 st ) ,

01.42.60.34.28. Mº Pyramides

Marella - 18 place de la Madeleine (8 th ),

01.53.30.73.13. Mº Madeleine

Marina Rinaldi - 20 rue Royale (8 th ),

01.42.86.10.90. Mº Madeleine

Montagut - 90 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.40.17.05.73. Mº Concorde

Rowena Forrest - 23 rue du Cherche-Midi (6 th ),

01.42.65.25.46. Mº Sèvres-Babylone

Talbot Runhof - 14 rue d’Alger (1 st ),

01.55.04.85.50. Mº Tuileries

Saint Laurent - 53 ave Montaigne (8 th ),

01.53.83.84.53. M° Franklin Roosevelt

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Alain Mikli - 74 rue des Saints-Pères (7 th ),

01.45.49.40.00. M° Sèvres-Babylone

Francis Klein - 30 rue Bonaparte (6 th ),

01.44.07.04.28. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés

GrandOptical - 138 ave des Champs-Elysées

(8 th ), 01.40.76.00.13. Mº George V

fABrics: couture

Janssens & Janssens - 3 rue d’Anjou (8 th ),

01.42.65.04.00. Mº Concorde

hoMe decor

Baccarat - 11 place des États-Unis (16 th ),

01.40.22.11.22. Mº Boissière

Boutique Talents - 26 ave Niel (17 th ),

01.44.40.22.80. Mº Pereire/Ternes

Bernardaud - 11 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.47.42.82.66.

Mº Madeleine

Christofle - 9 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.55.27.99.13.

Mº Concorde

Lalique - 11 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.53.05.12.12.

Mº Madeleine

Silvera - 56-58 ave Kléber (16 th ), 01.53.65.78.78.

Mº Kléber

La Tuile à Loup - 35 rue Daubenton (5 th ),

01.47.07.28.90. Mº Censier-Daubenton

Francis Klein | Eye Wear (6 th ) Dress-Code | Vintage (16 th )

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shopping

Address Book

Zwilling - 12 blvd de la Madeleine (9 th ),

01.42.68.88.00. Mº Madeleine

JeWellery & WAtches

A. Lange & Söhne - 19 rue de la Paix (9 th ),

01.42.65.68.71. Mº Opéra

Angela Caputi Giuggiu - 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat

(1 st ), 01.40.39.01.51. Mº Louvre-Rivoli

Arije - 3 rue de Castiglione (1st), 01.42.60.37.77.

Mº Tuileries

Bénédikt Aïchelé Joaillier - 7 rue du Pont

Louis-Philippe (4 th ), 01.44.54.03.03. M° Saint-Paul

Boucheron - 26 place Vendôme (1 st ),

01.42.61.58.16. Mº Opéra

Bucherer - 12 blvd des Capucines (9 th ),

01.70.99.18.88. Mº Opéra

Bvlgari - 25 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.55.35.00.50.

Mº Pyramides

Cartier - 23 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.44.53.32.20.

Mº Opéra

Chopard - 1 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.55.35.20.10.

Mº Opéra

Damiani - 2 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.42.96.95.51.

M° Opera

DoDo by Pomellato - 350 rue St-Honoré (1 st ),

01.42.60.31.55. Mº Tuileries

Dubail - 21 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.42.61.11.17.

Mº Tuileries

Gas Bijoux - 26-28 rue Danielle Casanova (2 nd ),

01.42.97.58.80. M° Opéra

Gucci Watches - Printemps Haussmann (1 st

floor), 64 bd Haussmann (9 th ), 01.42.82.78.74,

Mº Havre-Caumartin

Harry Winston - 6 rue de la Paix (2 nd ),

01.47.20.03.09. M° Opéra

Hublot - 10 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.42.86.67.86.

Mº Opéra

Inedit Joaillier - 14 rue de l’Abbaye (6 th ),

01.56.24.13.85. MºSt-Germain-des-Prés

Omega - 362/364 rue Saint-Honoré (2 nd ),

01.55.35.03.60. Mº Concorde

Panerai - 5 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8 th ),

Mº Concorde

Patek Philippe - 10 place Vendôme (1 st ),

01.42.44.17.77. Mº Tuileries

Piaget - 16 place Vendôme (1 st ), 01.58.18.14.15.

Mº Tuileries

Rolex - 9 place Vendôme (1st) , 01.40.20.21.00.

M° Opéra

Tiffany&Co. - 6 rue de la Paix (2 nd ), 01.40.20.20 20.

Mº Opéra

Tissot Boutique - 76 ave des Champs-Elysées

(8 th ), 01.42.56.18.53. Mº George V

Van Cleef & Arpels - 22 place Vendôme (1 st ),

01.55.04.11.11. Mº Opéra

Vhernier - 63 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8 th ),

01.40.17.93.15. Mº Miromesnil

Wempe - 16 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.42.60.21.77.

Mº Concorde

luggAge And BAgs

Cesaire - 6 rue Saint-Florentin (1 st ), 01.42.97.43.43.

Mº Concorde/Madeleine

Coach (available at Printemps) - 64 blvd Haussmann

(9 th ), 01.42.82.46.35. Mº Havre-Caumartin

Delvaux - 151-154 Galerie de Valois (1 st ),

09.67.19.93.28. Mº Palais Royal

Dot-Drops - 8 rue des Canettes (6 th ),

01.43.54.62.15. Mº Mabillon

Fauré Le Page - 21 rue Cambon (1 st ),

09.82.50.92.30. Mº Madeleine

Goyard - 233 rue St. Honoré (1 st ), 01.42.60.57.04.

Mº Tuileries

Hedgren - 49 rue Cambon (1 st ), 01.42.36.36.97.

Mº Madeleine

Hermès - 24 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.40.17.47.17. Mº Concorde

Kipling – 4 rue de Sèvres (6 th ), 01.45.44.77.67.

Mº Sèvres-Babylone

Lancel - 127 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.56.89.15.70. Mº George V

Longchamp - 404 rue St-Honoré (1 st ),

01.43.16.00.16. Mº Concorde

Louis Vuitton - 101 ave des Champs-Élysées (8 th ),

01.53.57.52.00. Mº George V

Louis Quatorze - 106 rue Vieille du Temple (3 rd ),

01.42.72.94.43. Mº Filles du Calvaire

Moynat- 348 rue St. Honoré (1 st ), 01.47.03.83.90.

Mº Tuileries

Mulberry - 207 rue Saint-Honoré (1 st ),

01.42.60.00.64. M° Tuileries

Pinel & Pinel - 22 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.42.60.58.39.

Mº Madeleine

Prada - 10 ave Montaigne (8 th ), 01.53.23.99.40.

Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Tumi - 245 rue St Honoré (1 st ), 01.45.79.70.30.

Mº Concorde

Multi-BrAnd Boutiques

By Marie - 8 ave George V (8 th ), 01.53.23.88.00.

Mº George V

Citadium - 56 rue de Caumartin (9 th ),

01.55.31.74.00. Mº Havre-Caumartin

Colette - 213 rue St-Honoré (1 st ), 01.55.35.33.90.

Mº Tuileries

L’Eclaireur - 26 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.45.62.12.32. Mº George V

Merci - 111 blvd Beaumarchais (3 rd ),

01.42.77.00.33. Mº Saint Sébastien-Froissard

Montaigne Market - 57 ave Montaigne (8 th ),

01.42.56.58.58. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

shoes

Altan Bottier - 11 rue Lincoln (8 th ), 01.45.63.77.59.

Mº George V

Ann Tuil - 63 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.42.25.67.31. Mº George V

A.Testoni - 15 rue Royale (8 th ), 01.44.60.09.90.

Mº Concorde

Berluti - 26 rue Marbeuf (8 th ), 01.53.93.97.97.

Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Christian Louboutin - 68 rue du Fbg St-Honoré

(8 th ), 01.42.68.37.65. Mº Madeleine

Crockett & Jones – 14 rue Chauveau-Lagarde

(8 th ), 01.44.94.01.74. Mº Madeleine

Edward Green – 199 bis blvd Saint-Germain

(7th), 01.53.63.47.50. Mº Rue du Bac

Jimmy Choo –34 ave Montaigne (8 th ),

01.47.23.03.39. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

J.M. Weston – 114 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.45.62.26.47. Mº George V

Repetto - 22 rue de la Paix (2 nd ), 01.44.71.83.12.

Mº Opéra

Tod’s - 21 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.53.43.16.16. Mº Concorde

vintAge

Dépôt Vente du 17 ème - 109 rue de Courcelles

(17 th ), 09.81.82.00.66. Mº Saint-Paul

Didier Ludot - 20 & 24 Galerie de Montpensier

(1 st ), 01.42.96.06.56. Mº Pyramides

Dress-Code - 62 ave Théophile Gautier (16 th ),

01.45.25.00.00. Mº Église d’Auteuil

L’Ibis Rouge - 35 blvd Raspail (7 th ), 01.45.48.98.21.

Mº Sèvres-Babylone

Renaissance - 14 rue de Beaune (7 th ),

06.85.43.03.52. Mº Rue du Bac

La Tuile à Loup | Home Decor (5 th )

Acaba | Accessories (1 st )

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LUXURY MAP

Faubourg Saint-Honoré

SHOP STOP


RUE DE

Puiforcat

MATIGNON

RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ

Walter

Steiger Steiger

• Emanuel Berg

• •

WEMPE

The renowned German watchmaker has been

satisfying customers for over 135 years. Featuring

a fine selection of stylish jewellery, luxury watches

and chronometers.

16 rue Royale - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 42 60 21 77

www.wempe.fr

SHOP STOP

JANSSENS & JANSSENS

In the very heart of the Faubourg St-Honoré

discover more than 3,000 different clothing

fabrics, all extraordinary, and many used by haute

couture designers. Owner Françoise Janssens can

also recommend one of 40 local seamstresses.

3 rue d’Anjou - Paris 8th (Corner 46 Fbg St Honoré)

Tel: 01 42 65 04 00

www.janssensparis.com

SHOP STOP

CROCKETT & JONES

A reference for more than 130 years among the

amateurs of beautiful Goodyear-welted shoes, the

English luxury brand for men & ladies perpetuates

the artistic quality and custom-made service.

14 rue Chauveau-Lagarde - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 44 94 01 74

www.crockettandjones.com

©Thomas Lang

Place de

la Concorde

Jardin des

Tuileries

AVENUE GABRIEL

CONCORDE

RUE DE RIVOLI

RUE DE L’ÉLYSÉE

Apostrophe

Lancôme

Heurgon

Glashütte Original

Porsche Design

Chanel

Tod’s

Cartier

A.Testoni

Heurgon

Bernardaud

Lalique

Maison Lejaby

RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS




Hublot

Chronopassion

Maje

Frette

Bally

Blumarine

Brunello Cucinelli

Ermenegildo Zegna

Salvatore Ferragamo

Boucheron

Givenchy

Hermès

Audemars

Piguet

Tom Ford

Jimmy Choo

Hugo Boss

Viktor&Rolf

Sotheby’s

Chopard

Sonia Rykiel

Barbara Bui

Emporio Armani

Dior

Miki House

Omega

de Grisogono

Montagut

Saint Laurent

Fauré

Le Page

BOULEVARD DE LA MADELEINE BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES

Chanel

Crockett

&Jones


• Zwilling

• Capelstore

Les

Dandys


• • • Ralph

• •

Lauren

Poiray • • •

Marina


Wempe


Rinaldi

Eres

Église de la Madeleine

Lancaster

• Swarovski

Valentino•

• G. Lotti Kenzo•


Max Mara

Marella •


• BCBGMaxazria

Longchamp

• • Anne Fontaine


RUE ROYALE

Royal

Quartz

Michael Kors

RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN

Césaire

RUE DU MONTHABOR

Élysée Palace

Berluti

Azzaro

Vhernier

F.P. Journe

Pierre Cardin

RUE SAINT-HONORÉ

RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ


Roberto • •

Cavalli

Messika

Morabito • •


Wolford•

Chloé

DsQuared 2

Tumi •

Arije J.M. • •


Weston

RUE CASTIGLIONE




• •


Caron








• • Etro

• Pomellato


Burberry







• •


• •

• •


Lanvin



Poiray

Christian Louboutin

RUE ANJOU

Lanvin

La Perla

Prada

Pinko

Chanel

Gucci Dior

Chanel

Janssens

& Janssens

Burberry

• • •


RUE CAMBON

Place Vendôme

Miu-Miu

Hervé Léger

Baccarat



Hedgren

RUE DES CAPUCINES


RUE CAMBACÉRÉS

Oliver Grant

BOULEVARD MALESHERBES

RUE D’ANJOU

RUE PASQUIER

MADELEINE

RUE TRONCHET

Durance

RUE DES MATHURINS

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If you are looking for a wide selection of exquisite timepieces

and FINe jewellery, you only need to keep one name in mind.

For more than 135 years, the name “WEMPE” has stood for the utmost expertise in the art of making

jewellery and timepieces. We offer a unique selection of valuable treasures at 28 Wempe showrooms worldwide.

We are especially proud because for more than a century we have been privileged to contribute to

the grand feelings that our customers express when they purchase jewellery or timepieces. Our pieces

of jewellery uphold international standards and are born in our own atelier. This is true for unusual oneof-a-kind

items as well as for our diverse assortment of classic pieces with brilliant-cut diamonds. And

a century-old friendship links us with the world’s foremost watch manufactories. You will find WEMPE

showrooms at the loveliest locations in great European metropolises, New York City and in Beijing. Each

shop also offers service or advice whenever you require it, so you can be certain that we will always be

available to meet your individual needs. We cordially invite you to discover an abundance of interesting

new items and exclusive special models at one of Europe’s leading jewellers. We look forward to your visit!

Paris, 16, rue Royale, T +33.1.42 60 21 77

HAMBURG LONDON PARIS MADRID VIENNA NEW YORK BEIJING

WWW.WEMPE.COM

We accept all credit cards.


RUE DANIELLE CASANOVA

LUXURY MAP

Rue Saint-Honoré / Palais Royal

SHOP STOP

ZWILLING

This German house has been producing premium

kitchenware for nearly three centuries. Stainless

steel knives and cookware, cast iron cocottes as

well as fine flatware collections are among the

offerings for consumers who seek the authentic and

emotional experience of cooking and taste. Quality

and functionality are the hallmarks of the house.

12 blvd de la Madeleine - Paris 9th

Tel: 01 42 68 88 00

www.zwilling.com

SHOP STOP

MIKI HOUSE

Superb quality and unique style are the hallmarks

of this Japanese house of children’s fashion and

style. Every collection is conceived with the child

in mind. Fashioned in workshops in Japan, the

clothing is made from fine fabrics and imbued

with practical, functional and unique touches.

Open Mon-Sat 10am - 7pm.

366 rue Saint-Honoré - Paris 1st

Tel: 01 40 20 90 98

www.mikihouse.fr

SHOP STOP

Place de

Jardin des

Tuileries

Carrousel du Louvre


la Concorde

CONCORDE

RUE DE RIVOLI

RUE DE RIVOLI

RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS

PALAIS ROYAL

RUE ROYALE

RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN

RUE SAINT-HONORÉ

RUE SAINT-HONORÉ

•Nodus

•Tous

•Shiatzy Chen

•Aésop

RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ


Audemars

Piguet

Viktor&Rolf

PYRAMIDES

AVENUE DE L’OPÉRA AVENUE DE L’OPÉRA

RUE DES PETITS CHAMPS

MADELEINE


Marina Rinaldi

Royal •

Poiray • •

Quartz

Wempe

• Eres

Michael Kors • • Lancaster

• Swarovski

Valentino


Kenzo



Marella

• • BCBGMaxazria

Césaire •

Le Jacquard

Hublot • Francais

Chronopassion •

Maje• •

• Zwilling


Roberto


Cavalli•


• Tom Ford • •

Messika• •Jimmy Choo Hervé

Morabito• •Hugo Boss Léger

Wolford • •

•Emporio Armani

Chloé•

Jamin

DsQuared 2 • •Dior

•Miki House Puech

Tumi•

Arije

•Omega

J.M. •

• Weston Chopard


Talbot Runhof

Kiehl’s

Colette

Mulberry

Peuterey


RUE CASTIGLIONE






The

Kooples•

•Cotélac

Frey Wille

Printemps

du Louvre

Christofle

Chantal Thomass•


• •

Lanvin Lanvin

• •La Perla

Monclerc•

•Prada

•Pinko

Chanel

Gucci Dior

• •

Berluti

Panerai

Missoni

Goyard•

• Opera

• Dubail

Gallery

Church’s• •Dodo

Paule Ka• •Baldinini

TUILERIES

•Moynat

•Balenciaga

Marc by Marc Jacobs


n15


•Jo Malone

•M.A.C

•Bonpoint

•Paraboot

• •

RUE SAINT ROCH

RUE DES PYRAMIDES

Chanel

Place Vendôme

Place du Marché

St-Honoré

Lamarthe


Chanel

RUE CAMBON

•Didier Ludot

•Qeelin

•Gabrielle Geppert

•Marc Jacobs

RUE TRONCHET

BLVD DE LA MADELEINE BOULEVARD BOULEVARD DES DES CAPUCINES

CAPUCINES

Hedgren

• Oliver Grant

•Baccarat

Église de la Madeleine

RUE DES CAPUCINES

RUE DE LA PAIX

Kusmi

Tea


Burberry


OPÉRA


De Fursac

RUE RICHELIEU

RUE VIVIENNE

Opéra Garnier

Palais Royal

RUE DE LA FEUILLADE

ANGELA CAPUTI

Italian jewellery designer Angela Caputi set up

her workshop in Florence in 1975. Her unique

high fashion costume jewellery, mixing various

materials, colours and textures, is now available

at her new boutique in Paris. This collection is

extremely sophisticated and could be a special

present for each woman.

15 Galerie Véro-Dodat - Paris 1st

(enter at 19 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau or 2

rue du Bouloi)

Tel: +33 (0)1 40 39 01 51 / www.angelacaputi.com

RUE DE RIVOLI

Eric Philippe

Angela Caputi

Il Bisonte








Pierre Hardy

RUE CROIX DES PETITS CHAMPS

by Terry

Xavier Lust

Christian

Louboutin

Delvaux

Carlo Moltedo

Serge Lutens

Rick Owens

Didier Ludot

Maison Fabre

Musée du Louvre Place




Galerie Véro-Dodat





Stella McCartney

Gerard Darel

Kenzo

Les petites

All Saints

Y’s

RUE JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU

des Victoires



••


• • •


Maje


Hartford

Esprit

Bonpoint

IRO

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niki de saint phalle

Detail of La Machine à rêver, 1970, fiberglass and painted polyester, 280 x 346 x 120 cm

www.operagallery.com

356 rue Saint-Honoré 75001 Paris T +33 (0)1 42 96 39 00 paris@operagallery.com Mon. - Sat. 10 am - 7 pm


LUXURY MAP

Champs-Élysées-Montaigne

SHOP STOP

Arc de Triomphe

AVENUE KLÉBER

ALTAN BOTTIER

Superb quality, fine craftsmanship and

personalisation are the hallmarks of this house

of made-to-measure shoes for both men and

women. The house creates, as well, a fine line

of ready-to wear models among them derbies,

moccasins and sneakers. Mon-Sat 10:30am-7pm.

11 rue Lincoln - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 45 63 77 59

www.altan-bottier.com

AVENUE D’IÉNA

AVENUE D’IÉNA

AVENUE MARCEAU

Lancel

Dinh Van

Hugo Boss

CHARLES DE GAULLE-ÉTOILE






• •


AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES

Cartier

Montblanc

Swarovski

Bang & Olufsen

GrandOptical

RUE BALZAC

Milady

AVENUE DE FRIEDLAND

SHOP STOP

BERETTA GALLERY

Beautifully tailored sport and casual wear from the

legendary family-owned, Italian house specialised

in the world of nature and hunting are found

in this gallery boutique. High quality, refined

accessories, stylish and sturdy shoes and boots

and gear for the great outdoors are hallmarks of

the brand.

57 rue Pierre Charron - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 56 88 59 59

www.berettagallery.com

SHOP STOP

ANN TUIL

Ann Tuil is a multi-brand boutique carrying

exceptional accessories ranging from shoes to

bags and watches (Michael Kors, Longchamp,

Kenzo, Marc by marc Jacob’s, Repetto, Moschino,

UGG, ASH...). Ann Tuil has the privilege of offering

you a 10 % discount upon presentation of this

magazine for items that you purchase (without

red dot). Open sunday.

63 ave des Champs-Elysées - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 42 25 67 31

www.anntuil.com

GEORGE V

Louis

Vuitton

Kenzo

J.M. Weston

Armani Collezioni

JP Gaultier

Swatch

Lacoste Tag Heuer

Omega Marionnaud Paris

Eric Bompard

Brioni

Zegna

Leonard

Stefano Ricci Dubail

Ulysse Nardin Zara

Creed

Waskool

Altan Bottier

Christofle

Morgan

Arije

M.A.C.

Cartier

Givenchy

Scabal

Kusmi Levi’s

Arije

Chaumet Tea

Paule Ka

Beretta

Tissot

Sephora

Sicis

Ann Tuil

Tom Ford

Guerlain

Zilli

Mauboussin

Balenciaga

Guy Laroche

Kiton

Tiffany

By Marie&Gas Bijoux

Diane Von

Smalto Wolford

ALMA MARCEAU

Furstenberg Balmain Berluti

Karl Lagerfeld

Comptoirs

Valentino

Zadig&Voltaire de Paris

Paul&Joe

Courrèges

Anne

Giorgio Armani

Fontaine Louis

Prada

Harry Winston Vuitton

Bottega Veneta

Nina

Giorgio Armani

Ricci

Louis Vuitton

Maison Ullens



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PORT DE LA CONFÉRENCE

AVENUE PIERRE 1 ER DE SERBIE

AVENUE MARCEAU

AVENUE GEORGE V

RUE DU BOCCADOR

AVENUE MARCEAU

RUE MARBEUF

RUE DE LA TRÉMOILLE

AVENUE MONTAIGNE AVENUE MONTAIGNE

Versace

Dior

Salvatore Ferragamo

Caron

Akris

Givenchy Chanel

Chanel

Fendi

Dinh

van

Chloé

Loewe

Pucci

Ralph Lauren Gucci

Dolce&Gabbana

Blumarine

S.T.Dupont

Elie Saab

RUE JEAN GOUJON RUE JEAN GOUJON

AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT

• •

• •

• •




• • •• •

• ••

• •

Grand Palais

AVENUE GEORGE V

RUE FRANÇOIS 1 ER

RUE PIERRE CHARRON

RUE MARIGNAN

RUE BARBEUF

Saint Laurent


AVENUE FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT

AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES

AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES

RUE LA BOÉTIE




Quicksilver

Adidas

FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT

RUE WASHINGTON

RUE DE BERRI

RUE DU COLISÉE

Banana Republic



Weleda

Les Champs d’Or

AVENUE MATIGNON

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LUXURY MAP

Vendôme

SHOP STOP

Gare Saint-Lazare

SAINT-LAZARE

BUCHERER PARIS

In the heart of the Opera district, between Place

Vendôme and Boulevard Haussmann, the House

Bucherer unveils a sublime 2200m 2 space showcasing

the most beautiful Swiss names in watchmaking.

The largest boutique in the world dedicated to

timepieces, this is the Parisian shop stop.

12 boulevard des Capucines – Paris 9th

Tel: 01 70 99 18 88

www.bucherer.com

SHOP STOP

GAS BIJOUX

Born in Saint-Tropez, Gas Bijoux has been creating

jewellery for over 45 years, handmade and artisan,

crafted in its Marseilles atelier, and it is now an

internationally recognised fashion accessories house.

26 rue Danielle Casanova - Paris 2nd

Tel: 01 42 97 58 80

44 rue Etienne Marcel - Paris 2nd

Tel: 01 45 08 49 46

8 avenue George V - Paris 8th

Tel: 01 53 23 88 00

www.gasbijoux.com

SHOP STOP

ACABA

Find a new spot to buy your gloves in the heart

of Paris. Acaba is the place to be, with its first shop

designed by Manuel Laranjeiro. The boutique

features wood, leather and copper and offers a

great collection of Italian and French gloves for

her and for him. 11 am to 7 pm. Closed on Sunday.

41 rue des Petits Champs - Paris 1st

Tel: 01 71 72 96 45

www.acaba.fr

H.Stern

Arije

RUE DE L’ARCADE

Jovoy

Frank Namani

Guerlain

Church’s

Richard

Grand

Paule Ka

Printemps

Homme

Printemps Beauté-Maison


Citadium

Printemps

Mode

HAVRE-CAUMARTIN

Fragonard

Maje

OPÉRA

Bucherer

Talents Tag Heuer Samsonite

BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES

Hackett Lacoste IKKS Basler Maty

Waskoll

Omega A. Lange

& Söhne

Christofle

Repetto

Mauboussin

Jimmy Choo

Lalique

Cartier

Hugo Boss

Mellerio

Hugo Diesel

Viktor&Rolf

Panerai

Boss

Emporio Armani

IWC

Cave Bernard

Dior

Lery

Van Cleef

Magrez

Breitling

Miki House Louis Vuitton & Arpels Jaquet Droz

De Fursac

Omega

Cartier

Dubail Bvlgari Harry Winston

Vacheron Constantin

Rolex

Charvet Gas Bijoux

Desigual

Jaeger-

Boucheron

LeCoultre

Van Cleef

DsQuared 2

& Arpels

Tumi

Blancpain

Kusmi

Kusmi

Chanel

Tea

J.M. Weston Chopard

Piaget Tea

Chaumet

Breguet

Hublot

Frey Wille

Patek Philippe

Damiani

Dior







RUE DES CAPUCINES

Talbot Runhof


Dodo

Moynat

Balenciaga

Piquadro

Colette

Chantal Thomass

Pentaligon’s

Mulberry


Jo Malone

M.A.C

Bonpoint

Peuterey

Galeries

Lafayette

Homme

Lafayette

Maison&Gourmet

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RUE DE CASTIGLIONE

RUE TRONCHET

RUE VIGNON

RUE DU MONT-THABOR

RUE D’ALGER

RUE GODOT DE MAUROY

Passage

du Havre

RUE SAINT-HONORÉ RUE SAINT-HONORÉ

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• • RUE DU 29 JUILLET

RUE DU HAVRE

RUE CAUMARTIN

Place Vendôme

RUE AUBER

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RUE SCRIBE

RUE DE LA PAIX

BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN




RUE DANIELLE CASANOVA

Place du Marché

St-Honoré

RUE DE PROVENCE

RUE SAINT-ROCH

RUE DES PYRAMIDES

Opéra Garnier

Tourist

Office

PYRAMIDES

Galeries

Lafayette

Coupole

CHAUSSÉE D’ANTIN - LA FAYETTE


L’Occitane

Lancel




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AVENUE DE L’OPÉRA


RUE SAINT-AUGUSTIN

RUE DES PETITS-CHAMPS


Mephisto


Sephora

Acaba

Boggi



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RUE DE THORIGNY

LUXURY MAP

Le Marais

SHOP STOP

BVD DU TEMPLE BVD DES FILLES DU CALVAIRE BVD BEAUMARCHAIS

LE BHV MARAIS

More than just a department store: a fabulous

lifestyle with its totally unique atmosphere where

style rules. Its flair is reflected on every floor of

our store at 52 rue de Rivoli, where you’ll find

everything you need from fashion, to decorating,

beauty to home improvement, leisure activities

and more !

52 rue de Rivoli, Paris 4 th

Tel: 09 77 401 400

www.lebhvmarais.fr

SHOP STOP

OSKA PARIS

OSKA is a german designer brand. Different, casual

and chic, OSKA reveals your personality, through

its style and colors. Visit our OSKA Paris shop

and discover our timeless and elegant winter

collection.

133 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 3rd

Tel: 01 42 77 04 14

www.oska-paris.com

SHOP STOP

BÉNÉDIKT AÏCHELÉ

JOAILLIER

The jewellery of Bénédikt Aïchelé distinguishes

itself with its contemporary design expressing

symbols and emotions through exceptional

stones and precious metals. His creations are

made in his studio in the south of France. The

house has received both the Living Heritage and

Master Art Craftsman labels.

7 rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, Paris 4 th

Tel: 01 44 54 03 03

www.lebijou.net

RUE DU TEMPLE

RUE DU TEMPLE



RUE DU TEMPLE

Carhartt



RUE DU TEMPLE


Huygens


RUE DU PETIT THOUARS

RUE DES HAUDRIETTES

Essentiel

RUE DE BRETAGNE


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RUE DE RIVOLI RUE DE RIVOLI

RUE DE LOBAU

RUE DES ARCHIVES RUE DES ARCHIVES

RUE DES BLANCS MANTEAUX

RUE DU PLATRE


Nike Fleux

HOTEL DE VILLE

RUE PASTOURELLE

Nicolaï

Skeen

Carreau

du Temple




RUE STE CROIX DE LA BRETONNERIE

LE BHV MARAIS

L’HOMME

LE BHV MARAIS

RUE DE LA VERRERIE


RUE CHARLOT

RUE DES 4 FILS

Mi-Mai

Ambali

Manoush

Officinal Slowear

Marionnaud Paris

Fragonard

Repetto

Iro

Eres

RUE CHARLOT

Papier+

RUE DE L’HOTEL DE VILLE

RUE VIEILLE DU TEMPLE

RUE DU PONT LOUIS- PHILIPPE

RUE DE SAINTONGE

RUE VIEILLE DU TEMPLE RUE VIEILLE DU TEMPLE

Paraboot

Iki

Jamin Puech

Aesol

Paul & Joe

Penhaligon’s

Esteban

Michael

Kors

Pierre Boisset

RUE DE LA PERLE

RUE BARBETTE

Aubade

Melodies Graphiques

Calligrane

Les Exprimeurs

FILLES DU CALVAIRE

RUE DES FRANCS BOURGEOIS RUE DES FRANCS BOURGEOIS


Lacoste

Barbara Rihl

Karl Lagerfeld

Chevignon

RUE DEBELLEYME

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RUE DES ROSIERS

RUE DU ROI DE SICILE

RUE FROISSART


RUE PAVEE

RUE ST-ANTOINE

ST-SÉBASTIEN FROISSART

RUE MALHER

SAINT-PAUL

RUE SÉVIGNÉ

RUE ST CLAUDE

Devernois

Guy Degrenne

Maje

Créa Concept

Wolford

Alain Mikli

Cos

Carven

Moustaches

All Saints

Heschung

Durance

Paule Ka Loft

Thomas Sabo

Ugg

K.Jacques • L’Éclaireur Design

Vicomte A

By

Thierry

Carven

Mode en Villenave

Demeure

Cire Trudon

La Boutique

Extraordinaire

Yves Andrieux &

Vincent Jalbert

Monsieur Paris

Parts of Four

Stephane

Verdino

Customellow

Tom

Greyhound

Bénédikt Aïchelé Joaillier

RUE CHARLOT

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Le Slip

Français

Christophe Oska

Lemaire

Helmut Les Prairies

Lang de Paris




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Shine

Sonia Cheap

Rykiel Monday

Nice

Surface to Air

Things Louis Quatorze

Vanessa

Bruno

Mr Bonastre Les Petites

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Isabel

Marant

Ann Tuil

Scoth&Soda

Melinda

Gloss

La Fée

Maraboutée

Consuelo

Zoelly

Kusmi Tea

Fred Perry



RUE DE TURENNE RUE DE TURENNE RUE DE TURENNE

Liquides

13 Bonaparte

RUE DE NORMANDIE

Tsumori

Chisato

QUAI DES CÉLESTINS


Pring•

PONT MARIE

Betjman & Barton

Moulin Roty

Melinda

Gloss

Bonton Maison

Kitsune

APC

Le Labo Cuisse de

grenouille






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Musée National Picasso

RUE PAYENNE

Ted

Baker

Musée

Carnavalet

Merci

RUE SÉVIGNÉ

Ami

Sandro


Wooyoungmi

Diptyque

Guerlain

Village Saint Paul

RUE DE L’HOTEL DE VILLE

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Kiehl’s

Swatch

L’Occitane

Acqua di Parma

Karen Millen


Bobby

Brown

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Saint-Germain

SHOP STOP

Musée d’Orsay

FRANCIS KLEIN

This family-run brand offers hand-made, out

of sight glasses and accessories. All made in

France, their collections cater to all looks, offering

glamorous and original frames allowing you

to wear a piece of Paris every day. Mon-Sat

10am-7pm.

30 rue Bonaparte - Paris 6th

Tel: 01 44 07 04 28

www.francisklein.com

SHOP STOP

DOT-DROPS ®

DOT-DROPS® is the brand of choice for the “happy

few” of elite travellers. The philosophy of the French

manufacturer is to continuously strive to achieve

harmony between design and functionality.

DOTDROPS® creations are a solid marriage

of colours, design and unexpected materials.

Exclusive: you can customize your suitcase at the

boutique and make your travel experience unique!

8 rue des Canettes - Paris 6th

Tel: 01 43 54 62 15 / www.mydotdrops.com

SHOP STOP

DURANCE

For Durance, Provence is both a heritage and an

inspiration. We compose a well-being universe of

indoor fragrances, natural cosmetics and elegant

perfumes. Our wide range of refined fragrances

are elaborated by our master perfume-makers in

Grasse.

8 rue de Sèvres - Paris 6th

Tel: 01 45 44 08 74

www.durance.fr

RUE DE L’UNIVERSITÉ

Paul Smith •

l’Artisan

Parfumeur •

Ofée . • •

Maje •

Poltrona

Frau

• • Silvera




Hartwood

Deyrolle

The Kooples

Bowen

• Cassina

Renaissance •

Debauve &

Gab&Jo

• John Lobb

Gallais •


Bang

• & Olufsen

Francis Klein



Edward

Zadig & Voltaire

Green


• Karl Lagerfeld

• Fabrice

Cinna•

Poiray

Inédit

Christian Louboutin


Joaillier

Mauboussin

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Façonnable


Provocateur

Etro

• Louis



Vuitton •

Tag

Heuer •

Hugo

Burberry

Paul Smith

JC de

SAINT-GERMAIN

Boss

Rodika •

• Castelbajac Emporio • DES-PRÉS •

Zanian

Paul & Joe • • Shadé

Armani



• Cartier

• Céline • Ventilo

L.K.

Bennett Ferragamo

Rolex•

• Lancel


Hackett•

Crockett & Jones

Carven


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Kenzo•

•J.M. Weston

L’Ibis Rouge

Clergerie



Saint Laurent

Marina Maje

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Rinaldi

Sportmax•

Prada •


Alain Mikli La Perla

Dot-Drops


Durance

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Implicite

Omega

Pataugas • Wolford

• Berluti



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Longchamp

Laurent

Hour



Passion


Agnès b


SÉVRES-BABYLONE

Robert


Clergerie

Zadig

& Voltaire

Le Bon

Marché


• Rowena

Forrest

• Guerlain

• Wolford

• L’Occitane

Kenzo•

RUE DU BAC

RUE DE BABYLONE

RUE DU BAC

BOULEVARD RASPAIL BOULEVARD BOULEVARD RASPAIL RASPAIL

RUE DE SÉVRES

RUE DE LILLE

RUE DU BAC

BOULEVARD SAINT-GERMAIN

RUE DE LA CHAISE

Alexis Mabille


Hermès

RUE DU BAC

Walter

Steiger

RUE DE GRENELLE

Brunello

Cucinelli

Swatch


RUE DE LILLE

RUE DE VERNEUIL

RUE DE BEAUNE RUE DE BEAUVE

Elsa

• Vanier

RUE DE SÉVRES RUE DU FOUR

RUE DE L’ARRIVÉE

RUE DU CHERCHE-MIDI

Tikibou

Toy Store•

BVD EDGAR QUINET

RUE DE RENNES

RUE D’ODESSA


BVD DU MONTPARNASSE

QUAI VOLTAIRE

RUE DES SAINTS-PÉRES RUE DES SAINTS-PÉRES

BOULEVARD SAINT-GERMAIN

RUE DE RENNES

RUE DU DRAGON

RUE MÉZIÉRES

Jamin •

Puech

RUE MADAME

RUE DE VAUGIRARD

RUE DE RENNES

RUE BONAPARTE

Montblanc

RUE BONAPARTE

RUE BONAPARTE

RUE DES CANETTES

RUE FÉROU

RUE JACOB

RUE DE L’ABBAYE

RUE PRINCESSE

RUE SAINT-SULPICE

RUE ST-SULPICE

RUE SERVANDONI

Texier

American

Vintage

Église Saint-Sulpice

Jardins du Luxembourg

MONTPARNASSE-

BIENVENÜE

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The Guide

arts&

attractions

By Patricia Valicenti

Galleries | Monuments | Museums | Exhibits | Out of Town | Gardens | Guided Tours

Turn to page 55 and experience The Louvre

Louvre image © Paris Tourist Office - Marc Bertrand - Architecte : Ieoh Ming Peï

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Exhibitions

Dosso Dossi, Saint Michel Et L’assomption De La Vierge, 1533-1534, Parme, Galleria Nazionale, © Su concessione della SBSAE per le province di Parma e Piacenza; Edgar Degas, Scène de guerre au Moyen-âge, 1865, Paris, musée d’Orsay, RF 2208, © RMN-Grand Palais (Musée d’Orsay) / Gérard Blot

Bringing on the Borgias

The Borgias, the name brings to mind intrigue, power and poison.

Popes, statesmen, personalities of exception, members of the

celebrated Renaissance family were, too, extraordinary and

enlightened patrons of the greatest artists of the Renaissance

with whom they maintained close relations. In a major show

devoted to the Borgias, the Musée Maillol is exhibiting works by

the great Renaissance artists, among them Michelangelo, da Vinci,

Mantegna, Raphael and Titian. The show is organised around three

essential figures of the family: Alexander VI, elected as pope in

1492, Cesare Borgia, the ambitious statesman and Lucrezia Borgia,

one of the most extraordinary women of the Renaissance. Pope

Alexander VI, born Rodrigo Borgia in Spain in 1431, was a brilliant

and formidable man, but debauched as well with his mistresses

and children (including Cesare and Lucrezia). Cesare Borgia, who

dreamed of turning Italy into a vast kingdom under the rule of

the pope, was the inspiration for Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince.

Meanwhile, Lucrezia, credited with a reputation for poisoning,

would go on to become the Duchess of Ferrara in 1505 and at

court patronised the most famous of artists.

59-61 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01 42 22 59 58

On Seeking the Sun

Aristocrat, revolutionary, politician, author, philosopher and at times prisoner, the Marquis de Sade was known for his erotic

and controversial literature embodied by writings that tended, to put it mildly, to go against the general current. A bold show

at the Musée d’Orsay, entitled Sade, Attacking the Sun, pays tribute to the man on the bicentennial of his death, bringing

together master works by the great artists among them Delacroix, Moreau, Degas, Cézanne and Picasso. The aim of the show

as defined by its curator, Annie Le Brun, is “to demonstrate how before taking on major significance in 20th century thinking,

Sade’s work partly brought about the 19th century sensitivity, in spite of the fact that the figure and his ideas were considered

cursed.” Juxtaposing Sade’s writings with the art works on display, the exhibition approaches the various themes the writer

explored including cruelty and criminality, the night and desire, abduction, atheism, and the forces of nature.

Through January 25

1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur (7th), 01 40 49 48 14

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Exhibitions

Pierre Frey’s colourful fabrics

Delightful Décors

some 70 international houses of decoration, all participating

in the sixth consecutive Paris Deco Off…, are opening up their

showrooms and collections to professional decorators and the

general public alike. Held this year from January 22nd to January

26th, the event offers a unique opportunity to explore the

aesthetic universe of decoration in one of its cradles, Paris. Creators

of fabrics, light fixtures, carpets, trimmings and more enable you

to enter into the world of their current and past collections while

offering a glimpse into their know-how and craft. The event offers

a convivial way of discovering the world of decoration in Paris and

this year the event’s figurehead is the toucan, which will unveil its

panoply of colours in a warm and festive atmosphere.

Participants will be paying special attention to their window

decorations drawing their inspiration from expressions based on

colour: “rose-tinted glasses”, “it’s black and white”, or “feeling blue”. a

celebrity jury will select the most stunning window while gigantic

lamps designed by the participating designers and decoration

editors will light your way through the Left and right Bank venues.

Leading names in decoration are all taking part in the event and

include Christian Fischbacher, Manuel Canovas, Lorca and Pierre

Frey, which is celebrating its 80th birthday this year with a host

of new collections, but one can also discover some exclusive

houses like Evitavonni of London, which creates interiors of muted

elegance or Declercq Passementiers an establishment which

makes trimmings for the likes of the Chateau of Versailles. some

of the houses hail from further a field like the U.s. based Donghia,

known for the high quality and durability of its textiles which

range from the sophisticated to the simple, from the familiar to the

exotic, it will be presenting its Past Perfect collection.

The house of Braquenié, founded in 1824, earned its renown

during the second Empire. The firm’s style was rich and

opulent showcasing strong colours like fuchsia, peacock blue,

canary yellow and this year the house is celebrating a return

to this lush style. and when museums and historical châteaux

require intricate trimmings they inevitably turn to Declercq

Passementiers. The house, whose story began back in 1852, is

currently run by the sixth generation of the family, incarnated

by Jérôme and Elisa Declercq. ancestral methods are used in

the intricate processes of weaving, embroidering and twisting

threads to create braids, fringes, tassels and a host of fine

finishing touches. and this year the house is embarking on a new

journey by presenting trimmings that literally come to light in

a stunning innovation in which fringes, ropes and tiebacks are

illuminated to create magical settings.

Jan 22-26

9:30am-7:30pm and until 11pm on the 24th.

For further information, maps and shuttle bus stops

visit www.paris-deco-off.com

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Olwen Forest

JEWELLERY of ThE STaRS

Mondo Movie

Nemo, King Kong, Phantom of the Opera, Jaws and more are all found in Mondo

Graphics by Dominique Besson, a new venue in town for movie buffs, cinema lovers

and fans of Pop Art and comic book art. The exciting new gallery devoted to film

posters opened up in the trendy neighbourhood around the rue des Martyrs in Paris

late last year, and inside you will discover contemporary posters created exclusively

for the Austin, Texas based publishing house Mondo, which over the past decade has

solicited well-known artists from around the world to create a poster paying tribute

to a cult movie. The result is an attractive, original, colourful, spectacular completely

new take on old tried and true favourites ranging from Hitchcock to Disney. The

posters are numbered and brought out in limited editions. Dominique Besson, a film

poster expert, also carries vintage movie posters.

Olwen Forest invites you to see her collection

of vintage artist jewellery worn yesterday,

and sought after today by famous

stars and celebrities.

Coco Chanel, Schiaparelli, Joseff of Hollywood

A display of fun and trendy 1930’s cocktail

accessories complete the show.

Tel: 01 40 11 96 38

Marché Serpette - allée 3, stand 5/7

110 rue des rosiers, 93400 St-Ouen

(Metro: porte de clignancourt)

Open : Saturday, Sunday, Monday

www.olwenforest.com

7 rue Choron (9th), 06 13 45 13 55

Birds poster by Laurent Durieux; The Dark Night Rises poster by Olly Moss; Michel Macréau Portrait au chapeau, 1961

The Figurative and the Fantasy

Rich and diverse was the New Figuration movement leaving behind a complex mark on

the landscape of contemporary painting. An exhibition at the Polad-Hardouin Gallery

devoted to four emblematic figures of the movement reveals its extreme diversity through

the “psycho-paintings” of Marcel Pouget, the vigorous geometry of Jacques Grinberg,

the exuberance of Michel Macréau and the dramatic carnival inspired works of Maryan.

The expression New Figuration first appeared in 1950 referring to works that emerged in

France during a period dominated by abstraction and the expressionist forms. These were

works by artists headed down a third path, a path of a fantastic universe filled with humour,

anxiety and cruelty. A movement embodied by Pouget’s rendering of recreation in a

psychiatric hospital, the red and black palette of Grinberg, the graphic works of Macréau

and the eerie masks and signs of power in Maryan’s carnival-inspired works.

Through January 24.

86 rue Quincampoix (3rd), 01 42 71 05 29

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Exhibitions

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From the Frontlines

Within the context of events and celebrations marking the Great War, La Bibliothéque de

Documentation Internationale Contemporaine and the Musée de l’Armée have joined

together to present an exhibition at Hôtel des Invalides of pictorial representations from

those who were actually on the front underscoring how they saw, perceived and represented

the war front from the beginning to the end of the conflict. An exceptional ensemble of

some 500 works has been brought together, works produced on the front by the ensemble

of the warring parties, showing the European fronts as well as those of the Near East, the

Dardanelles and the Balkans. The powerful, evocative works exhibited in the show were

created by those who lived through the conflict and some among them were celebrated like

Maurice Denis, Félix Vallotton, Guillaume Apollinaire, Fernand Léger and Otto Dix.

Through January 25th

Hôtel des Invalides, 129 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01 44 42 38 77

From Fontainebleau’s

Fabulous Furnishings

The Chateau of Fontainebleau is one of the great castles of France and is the only royal and

imperial chateau to have been inhabited continuously for seven centuries by the monarchs

and rulers of the land. Its décor, works of art and furniture are exceptional and lavish. Today, a

celebrated piece is being exhibited to the public, known as the Odyssey Cabinet, it is a piece

that has decorated the Grand Apartments since the Second Empire. For the exhibition, which

runs through January 26th, the 17th century cabinet’s doors are opened to reveal inside

secret drawers and compartments

ornamented with rich themes based

on Ulysses and Alexander the Great.

Additional works and a multi-media

display complement the focus on

the cabinet. The great Renaissance

king François I whose reign began

500 years ago in 1515, was one of

the monarchs to enjoy the royal

apartments at Fontainebleau and

commissioned what is considered

today to be one of the finest

Renaissance decorations in France,

the Gallery of François I, in and of itself

worth a visit to the castle.

Fontainebleau 77300, 01 60 71 50 70

Félix Vallotton, Le Cimetière militaire de Châlons, 1917, Nanterre, Bibliothèque de documentation internationale contemporain; The Odyssey Cabinet Photo © RMN - Grand Palais - Adrien Didierjean

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Monuments

ARC DE TRIOMPHE

The triumphal arch commissioned by Napoleon

and finished in 1836 stands in the centre of the

Place Charles de Gaulle and boasts a fabulous view

of the Champs-Elysées and includes the tomb of

the Unknown Soldier. Visit the interactive exhibit

on the history surrounding the Arch. Open daily

10am-10:30pm, times may vary, last admission

45 minutes before closing, Adults 9.50€, Children

under 18 and EU citizens under 26: Free. Place

Charles de Gaulle (8th), 01.55.37.73.77. M° Charlesde-Gaulle-Etoile

EIFFEL TOWER

Built as a temporary exhibit for the 1889 World’s Fair,

the iron structure now symbolises Paris the world over.

The tower sparkles with twinkling lights every hour on

the hour from twilight to 2am. From Jun 15 through

Sept 1 9am-12:45am (stairs and lifts). From Sept 2

through Jun 14 lift open daily 9:30am-11:45pm, Stairs

open daily 9:30am-6:30pm. Last entries 45 minutes

before closing. Entry fee (5-15€ for adults) depends on

how high you go. There is a glass floor on the first floor

57 metres above Paris and a champagne bar is on the

top of the tower, open from noon to 10pm.

www.tour-eiffel.fr. Ave Gustave Eiffel (7th),

01.44.11.23.23. M° Trocadéro

NOTRE-DAME CATHEDRAL

Constructed between 1163 and 1345, it is a Gothic

masterpiece. Free guided tours in English Wed

and Thurs at 2pm & Sat at 2:30pm. Through Dec

31 Paris disparu, Paris restitué, looks at the history

of Paris through the vestiges from Lutèce to the

19th century (in the crypt). www.crypte.paris.

fr. Experience Quasimodo’s view of Paris from

the towers Jul-Aug 10am-5:45pm weekdays,

10am-10:15pm Sat-Sun; Apr-Jun and Sep:

10am-5:45pm; Oct-Mar: 10am-4:45pm. 7.50€. 6

Parvis Notre- Dame (4th), 01.42.34.56.10. M° Cité

PALAIS GARNIER–OPERA DE PARIS

Designed by architect Charles Garnier, and a

brilliant example of Second Empire architecture.

Daily visits on your own,10 am-4:30 pm (adults 10€,

students and under 25, free) information: 08 92

89 90 90. Guided tours in English daily at 11:30am

and 2:30pm Jul-Aug and school holidays; rest of

year Wed, Sat and Sun, same times (14.50€). Daily

10am-5pm, 10€. For additional information on

guided tours call 08.25.05.44.05. Through Mar 8

Rameau et la Scène, this exhibition celebrates the

250th anniversary of the death of the great Baroque

era French composer and musical theorist. Place de

l’Opéra (9th). M° Opéra

SACRE COEUR DE MONTMARTRE

Located on the highest peak of Paris, the view from

the Sacré Coeur is breathtaking. There is a guesthouse

for pilgrims providing accommodation and meals.

Daily 6am-10:30pm; Dome and crypt 9am-5:45pm.

www.sacre-coeur-montmartre.fr. 35 rue du Chevalierde-la-Barre

(18th), 01.53.41.89.09. M° Anvers

Eiffel Tower Photo © Thinkstock – iStock

Eiffel Tower

SAINTE CHAPELLE

A jewel-like chapel on the Ile de la Cité in the

courtyard of the Palais de Justice with High

Gothic stained glass windows, at its finest on

days when there isn’t a cloud in the sky. Daily

9am-5pm, last tickets 30 minutes before closing

time, times may vary. 8.50€. Free for children under

18 and EU citizens under 26. 2 blvd du Palais (1st),

01.53.40.60.97. M° Cité

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For more detailed listings | wheretraveler.com/paris

art galleries

Galerie Bernheim-Jeune

The Bernheims organised Van Gogh’s first Paris

exhibit and also presented Cézanne, Matisse and

others. Now run by descendants of the founder,

the gallery exhibits contemporary artists and

publishes art books. Tue-Sat 10:30am-12:30pm

& 2:30pm-6:30pm. 83 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré

(8 th ), 01.42.66.60.31. M° Miromesnil

Galerie Daniel Templon

A contemporary gallery featuring established and

up-and-coming artists. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. 30 rue

Beaubourg (3 rd ), 01.42.72.14.10. M° Rambuteau

Galerie de Jonckheere

Museum-quality 16th and 17th-century Flemish

paintings, including works by the Breughels and

Cranach the Elder. Mon-Fri, 10am-7pm. 100 rue

du Faubourg St-Honoré (8 th ), 01.42.66.69.49.

M° Miromesnil

Galerie Lelong

This quintessential Parisian gallery features the

works of leading contemporary artists. Tues-Fri

10:30am-6pm. Sat 2pm-6:30pm.13 rue de Téhéran

(8 th ), 01.45.63.13.19. M° Miromesnil

Galerie Maeght

This landmark Parisian gallery opened in 1946

and presents exhibitions of leading modern

and contemporary artists. There is also a superb

bookstore carrying art books, fine art posters

and lithographs. Mon 10am-6pm. Tues-Sat

9:30am-7pm. 42 rue du Bac (7 th ), 01.45.48.45.15.

M° Rue du Bac

Galerie Malingue

This prestigious gallery has been welcoming

discerning art collectors for over three decades.

With three lofty exhibition rooms, it proffers a

journey into the Modern Art adventure. Renoir,

Cézanne, Picasso, Dali, Miró are all found in

this fine and sublime house of art. Tues-Fri

10:30am-12:30pm & 2:30pm-6:30pm, Mon (and Sat

only during exhibitions) 2:30pm-6:30pm. 26 ave

Matignon (8 th ), 01.42.66.60.33. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Galerie Marian Goodman

The Paris branch of the renowned New York

gallery. Artists include John Baldessari, Christian

Boltanski. Giuseppe Penone, Gerhard Richter,

Jeff Wall. Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. 79 rue du Temple

(3rd), 01.48.04.70.52. M° Rambuteau

Galerie Nathalie Obadia

This contemporary gallery features fine, collectable

works by both established and up-and-coming

artists. Mon-Sat 11am-7pm. 3 rue du Cloître Saint-

Merri (4 th ), 01.42.74.67.68. M° Hôtel de VIlle

Galerie Olwen Forest

Gallery exhibiting vintage costume, couture jewels

and Art Deco crystal jewellery, as well as jewells

created by designers such as Elsa Schiaparelli

and Coco Chanel. Jewellery made for the cinema

and a selection of vintage jewels telling the story

of rock and roll. Permanent exhibition Erotica/

Exotica, featuring vintage pieces juxtaposing the

two themes. From Sat-Mon. St-Ouen Flea Market,

Marché Serpette, 110 rue des Rosiers, St-Ouen.

01.40.11.96.38. M° Porte de Clignancourt

Galerie Polad-Hardouin

This contemporary art gallery nestled in the

heart of the Marais offers a spacious setting for

over 30 artists, both established and emerging.

Works with strong pictorial choices are featured

here. The gallery remains faithful to the New

Figuration movement. Conferences animated

by specialists are organised throughout the

year. Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. 86 rue Quincampoix

(3 rd ), 01.42.71.05.29. M° Rambuteau

Galerie Russkiy Mir

This well-appointed gallery features works by

contemporary Russian artists including Anatoly

Poutilline, Masha Schmidt, Marina Nikolaeva,

Andrei Tyrtyshnikov and Vladimir Sichov. 7 rue

Miromesnil (8 th ), 01.44.71.07.41. M° Miromesnil

Galerie Schmit

Three generations of art experts present

museum quality paintings by 19th and 20th

century French masters. Covering periods from

the impressionists, the fauves, the Cubists and

others. Mon-Fri, 10am-12:30pm/2pm-6pm. 396

rue St-Honoré (1 st ), 01.42.60.36.36. M° Concorde

attractions

Aquarium de Paris (Cinéaqua)

Discover the world of the sea at this delightful

aquarium. Daily 10am-7pm, first Sat of the month

until 10pm, last tickets one hour before closing.

5 ave Albert de Mun (16 th ), 01.40.69.23.23. M° Iéna

Canal Saint-Martin

This trendy Parisian neighbourhood has a wide

array of bars, restaurants and eclectic shops

lining the sides of this functioning canal which

links the Villette basin to the Arsenal port. Quai

de Jemmapes/Quai de Valmy, (10 th ). M° République

Disneyland Paris

Open 365 days a year. Disneyland Park

surrounds you with all your favourite characters

and the latest attractions. Daily 10am-7pm, also

check website for opening hours on day of visit.

RER A to Marne La Vallée/Chessy (40-65 min)

Les Étoiles du Rex

Travel to the heart of cinema. A unique and

interactive visit into the magical world of

cinema and into the backstage of the largest

movie theatre in Europe. Fabulous fun and

entertainment for the whole family. Wed-

Sun 10am-7pm including bank holidays and

everyday during French school holidays. 1 blvd

Poissonnière (2 nd ), 01.45.08.93.58. M° Bonne Nouvelle

Le Manoir de Paris

The urban legends of Paris come to life in

this haunted manor house and listed historic

monument. Fri 6pm-10pm & Sat, Sun 3pm-7pm.

18 rue de Paradis (10 th ), M° Château d’Eau

Parc Zoologique de Paris

This beautiful zoo presents in 16 natural

environments some 1,000 animals, birds,

mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish

representing 180 species. Entrance located at

the corner of the ave Daumesnil and the Route

de Ceinture du lac Daumesnil (12 th ), 01.40.79.31.25.

M° Château de Vincennes then 46 bus to zoo

Paris Story

A fun and educational way to discover the city

of Paris through an exceptional audiovisual

presentation. Daily 10am-6pm, projection

every hour on the hour. 11bis rue Scribe (9 th ),

01.42.66.62.06. M° Opéra/Chaussée d’Antin

Pavillons de Bercy

Discover a decorative and diverse wonderland

replete with a Theatre of Marvels, a fantastic

garden and a museum devoted to rides and

attractions found in amusement fairs from

1850 to 1950. 53 ave des Terroirs de France (12 th ),

01.43.40.16.15. M° Cour Saint-Emillion

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boat cruises

Bateaux Parisiens

Giant glass-roofed tour boats departing every hour

on the hour, 10am-10pm (except 1pm & 7:30pm).

Lunch and dinner cruises also available. Port de la

Bourdonnais (7 th ), 08.25.01.01.01. M° Trocadéro

Bateaux-Mouches

The legendary cruise company has been

navigating the Seine for over 60 years. Doubledecker

tour boats proffer fine vistas of the capital.

Departures every 45 min, 11am-9pm. Pont de

l’Alma (8 th ), 01.42.25.96.10. M° Alma-Marceau

Batobus

A sleek “shuttle boat” making 8 stops including

the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Jardin des

Plantes and the Town Hall. 10:30am-7pm.

08.25.05.01.01

Paris Luxury Boat

Enjoy an original and romantic cruise on

board your own private boat. Ensconced in a

mahogany Riva runabout of the 1960s enjoy

the Seine and the heart of Paris. The captain

and bilingual hostess welcome you on board

with beverages and canapés. Reservations

required, 5 persons maximum. 06.60.16.00.79/

01.46.05.59.14.

River Limousine

Take in a private cruise on the Seine on board

a custom-built luxurious boat replete with a

salon and a bottle of champagne. Reservations

required. 06.86.07.87.37.

Vedettes de Paris

Offering one-hour cruises departing from the

Eiffel Tower. 11am-11:30am & 1:30pm-6pm,

boats 30 min apart. Special theme cruises also

available including a champagne tasting cruise.

Port de Suffren (7 th ), 01.44.18.19.50. M° Bir Hakeim/

RER C Champs de Mars

Yachts de Paris

The most luxurious of all the river boats. Private

cruises, parties, receptions as well as nightly

gourmet dinner cruises. Port Henri IV (4 th ),

01.44.54.14.70. M° Pont de Sully

day trips

Auvers sur Oise

The French countryside and the village where

Van Gogh spent the last months of his life are

just 27 kilometres from Paris. In town you can

visit a 17 th century chateau and the Maison Van

Gogh (open Mar through Oct). SNCF from Gare

du Nord to Valmondois, then change for Auvers-sur-

Oise (about 1 hr 15 min)

Chartres

The town of Chartres is known for its splendid

cathedral with magnificent stained glass

windows. You can also visit the Centre

International du Vitrail, a workshop and

museum devoted to stained glass which is

unique in Europe. SNCF from Gare Montparnasse

(about 1 hr); last return train to Paris about 9pm.

Château de Fontainebleau

A residence of the French kings from the 12 th

to the 19 th century, this royal château is famous

for its superb Renaissance decor by Italian

artists. Wed-Mon 9:30am-5pm. 01.60.71.50.70.

SNCF Grandes Lignes from Gare de Lyon to

Fontainebleau-Avon (40 min), then a short bus or

shuttle ride from the station.

Château de Versailles

Louis XIV’s magnificent palace, with the Hall of

Mirrors, Grands Appartements and Le Nôtre’s

superb gardens. The Chateau is open Tue-

Sun 9am-6:00pm. Gardens open daily 8 am to

sunset; free. Avenue Rockefeller. 01.30.83.78.00. RER

C to Versailles Chateau Rive Gauche

Château et Domaine de Chantilly

North of Paris, a 16th-century royal château with

a beautiful park and a fabulous art collection.

Mon-Sun 10:30am-5pm. 03.44.57.40.40. SNCF at

the Gare du Nord (25 min) or RER D to Chantilly–

Gouvieux (45 min) then take the free bus no. 15

marked “Senlis” to the château.

Château de Vaux le Vicomte

This unique estate with its 17 th century castle

and formal French gardens is one of the most

beautiful in France. The castle’s vast French

gardens, punctuated by fountains and water

basins, are regarded as royal gardener Andre

Le Nôtre’s masterwork. By car 55 km from Paris.

Maincy 77950, 01.64.14.41.90

Giverny

Enter into the world of the Impressionists in this

dreamy village west of Paris where Claude Monet

arrived in 1883. This little spot in Normandy is

also rich in castles, mills, gardens and a wealth

of museums. Monet’s home, gardens and the

immortalized water lily ponds remain, all opened

to the public at the Fondation Claude Monet. 84

rue Claude Monet, SNCF from the Gare St. Lazare to

Gare de Vernon, 45 minutes, then the No. 240 bus to

Giverny. 02.32.51.28.21

La Maison Vignobles & Chateaux

Discover the art of tasting Bordeaux wine and

the diversity of its vintages in this welcoming

establishment located in the medieval town

of Saint-Emillion. A large selection of fine

Bordeaux wines is available in the boutique and

tasting courses are given at the Ecole du Vin

de Saint- Emillion. Private classes and a special

wine day can also be booked. 4 rue du Clocher,

Saint-Emilion, 05.57.24.61.01. SNCF TGV train from

the Gare Montparnasse to the Gare de Libourne (3

hours), 10 km to Saint- Emilion, by train, taxi or car.

Musée National du Chateau de Malmaison

This delightful 17 th century castle on the

outskirts of Paris was the rural home of

Josephine and Napoleon Bonaparte.

10am-12:30pm/13:30pm-5:45pm/Until

6:15pm Sat & Sun. Closed Tues. Ave du château

de Malmaison, 01.41.29.05.55. Metro or RER to la

Défense then bus 258 to the stop Château

Troyes

A delightful small city in the heart of the

Champagne country. Narrow streets of halftimbered

houses with gabled roofs and private

mansions dating from the Renaissance are an

integral part of the charm of this quintessential

provincial town, which became the seat of the

Counts of Champagne in the 9 th century. The

city is doted with a fine array of museums, a

superb cathedral and spectacular churches.

Direct trains depart regularly from the Gare de l’Est

(about 90 minutes)

gardens

Jardin d’Acclimatation

A traditional French children’s park in the

scenic Bois de Boulogne replete with rides,

exhibitions, pavilions, a puppet theatre, a riding

academy, restaurants and picnic grounds. Daily

10am-6pm. Ave du Mahatma Gandhi, Bois de

Boulogne (16 th ), 01.40.67.90.85. M° Les Sablons

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Jardin des Tuileries

This vast park filled with peaceful wide alleyways

for strolling and an octagonal water basin offers

a place for a promenade between the Pyramide

du Louvre and the Place de la Concorde.

Sculptures by Maillol, Rodin, Dubuffet and Louise

Bourgeois are among the jewels set in these

refreshing gardens. Jardin des Tuileries (1 st ), M°

Concorde

Jardin du Luxembourg

These lovely gardens were built upon the initiative

of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612. They are

composed of both English and French gardens,

a large pond an orchard of old vintage fruit trees

and an apiary. Activities for adults include chess,

tennis and remote control boats while children can

a puppet theatre, rides and slides. Rue de Médicis -

Rue de Vaugirard (6 th ), M° Odéon

guided tours

4 Roues Sous 1 Parapluie

These innovative concept tours are conducted

on board the mythical 2CV car. Tours throughout

Paris and the surroundings are available as well

as thematic visits for children, or for romance for

example. Customised visits and services may be

organised as well. 06.67.32.26.68.

L’Open Tour Paris

Open-topped buses and over 50 stops. Buy tickets

on board, at hotels, or at their boutique office. 13

rue Auber (9 th ), 01.42.66.56.56. M° Opéra

Paris City Vision

City tours, day and evening excursions, trips to

the Loire and other regions. 214 rue de Rivoli (1 st ),

01.44.55.60.00. M° Tuileries

Secret Food Tours

You will embark on a 3-hour food tour in the

stunning Montmartre district. A Parisian will share

his love for French food and culture with cheese,

wine, macaroons, baguette and more all included

in the tour. Everyday at 11am. Book now on www.

secretfoodtours.com or 06.50.48.76.57.

Twiztour

Visit Paris in our two-seater 100% electric and

automatic “talking car”. Choose one of our 3

incredible tours and explore every nook and

cranny of Paris with your own GPS audio guide.

Port de Suffren, pier of “Vedettes de Paris” (7 th ),

08.11.69.69.63. M° Bir Hakeim / RER C Champ-de-Mars

museums & fondations

Albert-Kahn Musée et Jardins

The home and gardens of a 19 th century

philanthropist who hired pioneer photographers

to document life around the world. The

permanent collection includes 72,000 glassplate

autochromes. From 1909 to 1931, the

philanthropist Kahn sent reporters all over the

world to document the lifestyles of indigenous

peoples that he believed would soon disappear.

14 rue du Port, Boulogne-Billancourt, 01.55.19.28.00.

M° Boulogne-Pont de St-Cloud

Centre Georges Pompidou

France’s top modern art museum, with some

56,000 works by more than 5000 artists. Wed-

Mon 11am-9pm, (last tickets 8pm). Place Georges

Pompidou (4 th ), 01.44.78.12.33. M° Rambuteau

La Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine

The Palais de Chaillot now houses the Museum

collection of French Monuments as part of the

permanent collection in the Pavillon de Tête,

while the temporary exhibits are housed in the

left wing of the Pavillon d’About. The museum

is composed of three Galeries: Galerie des

Moulages, Galerie des Peintures and Galeries

d’Architecture Moderne et Contemporaine.

Bookstore, restaurant and cafe on the premises.

Mon, Wed, Fri 12 pm - 8 pm, Thur 12pm-10pm,

Sat-Sun 11am-7pm. Palais de Chaillot, 1 Place du

Trocadero et du 11 Novembre (16 th ), 01.58.51.52.00.

M° Trocadéro

Espace Dali

In the heart of Montmartre, the only permanent

exhibition, in France, entirely devoted to the

master of Surrealism, and more particularly to

his sculptures and engravings. Daily 10am-6pm.

11 rue Poulbot (18th), 01.42.64.40.10. M° Abbesses/

Anvers

Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain

A contemporary art centre designed by Jean

Nouvel with an excellent book shop and lovely

garden. Tue 11am-10pm, Wed-Sun 11am-8pm.

261 blvd Raspail (14 th ), 01.42.18.56.50. M° Raspail

Fondation Louis Vuitton

This cultural institution in the Bois de Boulogne

is devoted to contemporary art and creation.

Exhibition spaces display permanent collections

and temporary exhibitions. 8 ave du Mahatma

Gandhi (16 th ), 01.40.69.96.10. M° Sablons

Fondation Mona Bismarck

Founded in the 1980s by the Countess Mona

Bismarck to encourage scholastic and artistic

exchanges between Americans and the French.

Sat noon-6:30pm. 34 ave de New York (16 th ),

01.47.23.38.88. M° Alma-Marceau

Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

National art galleries in the glass-roofed

exhibit hall built for the 1900 World’s Fair. Thu-

Mon 10am-8pm, Wed to 10pm. 3 ave Général

Eisenhower (8 th ), 01.44.13.17.17. M° Champs-Elysées-

Clemenceau

Institut du Monde Arabe

Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, a cultural

center and museum of Arab and Islamic arts.

Tue-Sun 10am-6pm; Library: Tues-Sat 1pm-8pm.

1 rue des Fossés-St-Bernard (5 th ), 01.40.51.38.38. M°

Jussieu

Musée Carnavalet

A wonderful museum of Paris history in two

adjoining 16th and 17th-century private

mansions in the Marais. Tue-Sun 10am-6 pm.

Tue-Sun 10am- 6pm. 23 rue de Sévigné (3 rd ),

01.44.59.58.58. M° St-Paul

Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaisme

A beautiful museum of Jewish art and history in

a 17 th century mansion. Mon-Fri 11 am-6 pm, Sun

10 am-6 pm. Hôtel de St-Aignan, 71 rue du Temple

(3 rd ), 01.53.01.86.60. M° Hôtel de Ville

Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

The city’s modern art museum offers a

permanent collection covering the entire 20th

century. Tue-Sun 10am-6 pm. 11 ave du Président

Wilson (16 th ), 01.53.67.40.00. M° Alma-Marceau/

Trocadéro

Musée d’Orsay

A dramatically renovated former train station

devoted to 19 th and 20 th century art, including

the Impressionists, Manet, Van Gogh and

Gauguin. Tue-Sun 9:30am-6pm, last tickets

at 5pm. 1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur (7 th ),

01.40.49.48.14. M° Solférino

Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace

Here you will find 350 authentic aeroplanes,

1,000 scale models, thousands of works of art

and one of the finest collections of aircraft in the

world ranging from 17 th century balloons to the

Concorde. Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. Aéroport de Paris-

Le Bourget, 93352 Le Bourget, 01.49.92.70.00. Take the

number 350 bus from the Gare du Nord directly to

the museum.

Musée de l’Orangerie

In the heart of Paris in the Tuileries Garden this

completely renovated museum allows the visitor

to discover the spectacular ensemble of Monet’s

Water Lilies in natural lighting as well as the 144

works of art in the Walter-Guillaume Collection

(including Renoir, Cézanne, Modigliani, Matisse,

Picasso, Derain, Soutine). Wed-Mon 9am- 6pm.

Jardin des Tuileries, entrance Place de la Concorde

(1 st ), 01.44.77.80.07. M° Concorde

Musée de la Magie

A fantasy world awaits in this space devoted to

magic. Beneath 16 th century vaulted cellars are

optical illusions, magic art and more. The visit

winds up with a superb magic show. Wed, Sat,

Sun and school holidays. 2pm-7pm. 11 rue Saint

Paul (4 th ), 01.42.72.13.26. M° Saint-Paul

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Musée de la Vie Romantique

A lovely 19 th century home and garden with

mementos of George Sand and paintings by Ary

Scheffer. Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm. 16 rue Chaptal (9 th ),

01.55.31.95.67. M° Blanche

Musée des Arts Décoratifs

A semi-private museum with a fabulous

collection of decorative arts-furniture,

housewares, ceramics and porcelain, paintings

and objets d’art, dating from the late Middle

Ages to 21 st century design, including a dozen

sumptuously furnished period rooms. Tue-Fri 11

am-6 pm, Sat-Sun 10 am-6 pm, Thu until 9pm.

107 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.55.57.50. M° Palais Royal

Musée des Arts et Métiers

A marvelous display of some 3,000 scientific

and technological discoveries and inventions

through the centuries, including Pascal’s 1642

calculator and Foucault’s 1855 pendulum. Tue-

Sun 10 am-6 pm, Thu 10 am- 9:30 pm. 60 rue

Réaumur (3rd), 01.53.01.82.00. M° Arts et Métiers

Musée des Lettres et des Manuscrits

Created in 2004, by ‘The International Academy

of Arts and Collections’, this romantic museum

houses the original document of Einstein-Besso

regarding the theory of relativity, a rare partition

from Mozart, letters from Napoleon and poems

from Paul Eluard, Voltaire and Manet. Tues-Sun

10am-6pm, Thurs until 8pm. 222 blvd St-Germain

(7 th ), 01.42.22.48.48. M° Rue du Bac

Musée du Louvre

One of the world’s most important art collections,

including the Mona Lisa, European painting

and sculpture, large-format 19 th century French

paintings, Greek, Roman and Egyptian antiquities.

Open Wed-Mon 9 am-6 pm (to 9:45 pm Wed &

Fri, reduced price after 6 pm). 99 rue de Rivoli (1 st ),

01.40.20.53.17. M° Palais-Royal/Louvre-Rivoli

Musée du Parfum

Discover the world of perfume and perfume

making in this delightful museum operated by

Fragonard, the legendary Grasse-based perfume

and essence maker ensconced in a superb

Napoleon III town house. This year Fragonard is

celebrating the lily of the valley. Free. Mon-Sat

9am-6pm, Sun and holidays 9am-5pm. 9 rue Scribe

(9 th ), 01.47.42.04.56. M° Opéra

Musée du Quai Branly

An extensive and dramatically displayed

collection of indigenous arts from Africa, Asia,

Oceania and the Americas. Tue, Wed & Sun

11am-7pm, Thur, Fri & Sat 11am-9pm. 37 Quai

Branly (7 th ), 01.56.61.70.00. M° Alma Marceau

Musée du Vin

Opened in 1984, the Wine Museum is a cultural

center exhibiting the rich and varied collections

of French wine housed in one of Paris’ oldest

limestone quarries. Tue-Sat 10 am-6 pm. 5 Square

Charles Dickens(16 th ), 01.45.25.70.89. M° Passy

Musée Galliera

Formerly the 19 th century Palais de la Duchesse

de Galliera, this is the city’s fashion museum. Tue-

Sun 10 am-6 pm. 10 ave Pierre 1er de Serbie (16 th ),

01.56.52.86.00. M° léna/Alma-Marceau

Musée Grévin

A wax museum displaying more than 300

life-sized historical and modern French and

international figures. The restored Palais des

Mirages plunges the visitor into a giant, mirrored

kaleidoscope. Mon-Fri 10am-6:30pm, Sat-Sun,

bank and school holidays 10am-7pm (last tickets

one hour before closing). 10 blvd Montmartre (9 th ),

01.47.70.85.05. M° Grands Boulevards

Musée Guimet

This museum houses one of the most extensive

collections of Asian art in Europe, displaying

over 4,000 works of art from the continent’s

myriad cultures and civilisations, spanning

five millennia. Daily 10am-6pm, last entrance

at 5:30pm, closed Tues. 6 Place d’Iéna (16 th ),

01.56.52.53.00. M° Iéna/Boissière

Musée Jacquemart-André

The mansion of 19 th century magnate Edouard

André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, whose

stunning collection of furniture and art includes

an Italian section with works by Mantegna,

Uccello and Botticelli. Daily 10am-6pm, Mon & Sat

until 9:30pm (for temporary exhibitions only). 158

blvd Haussmann (8 th ), 01.45.62.11.59. M° Miromesnil

Musée Maillol

A museum created by Dina Vierny, the former

model and muse of sculptor Aristide Maillol,

displaying his sculptures and drawings along

with works by Kandinsky, Matisse and others.

Daily 10:30am-7pm, Fri until 9:30pm. 59-61 rue de

Grenelle (7 th ), 01.42.22.59.58. M° Rue du Bac

Musée Marmottan Monet

A beautiful and delightful museum in a private

mansion housing the world’s largest collection

of works by Claude Monet. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm

(last tickets at 5:30pm), Thurs until 8pm. 2 rue

Louis Boilly (16 th ), 01.44.96.50.33. M° La Muette

Musée National de la Marine

France’s fascinating maritime museum, with

superb scale models of ships dating as far back

as Louis XV. Mon-Fri 11am- 6pm/Sat & Sun

11am-7pm. Palais de Chaillot, 17 pl du Trocadéro

(16 th ), 01.53.65.69.69. M° Trocadéro

Musée Picasso

A major collection of Picasso’s works - paintings,

drawings, sculptures, ceramics - displayed in a

beautifully restored 17 th century mansion in the

trendy Marais district. Tues-Fri 11:30am-6pm,

Sat & Sun 9:30am-6pm, late night until 9pm,

the third Friday of the month. 5 rue Thorigny (3 rd ),

01.42.71.25.21. M° St Sébastien Froissart

Musée Rodin

Sculpture by Auguste Rodin, with works by his

pupil and muse Camille Claudel, in a former private

mansion, with its famous gardens and chapel.

Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:45pm (last tickets 5:15 pm), late

night Wed until 9pm; garden closes at 5:00 pm.

79 rue de Varenne (7 th ), 01.44.18.61.10. M° Varenne

Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle

A natural history museum famed for its Grande

Galerie de l’Evolution, a stunning display of

thousands of animal species with an area

devoted to children. Other galleries house the

rich collections of paleontology, comparative

anatomy, mineralogy and geology. The galleries

and exhibition halls are surrounded by the

botanical gardens of Paris and one of the oldest

zoological gardens in the world, the Ménagerie.

The restored tropical greenhouses have reopened

after a five-year face-lift. The Galerie des

Enfants is a space geared for children aged 6-12

devoted to biodiversity and the environment.

Wed-Mon 10 am-6 pm, Sat late night until 8 pm.

Jardin des Plantes, 36 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (5 th ),

01.40.79.54.79. M° Censier-Daubenton/Austerlitz

Petit Palais

The city’s fine arts museum, in a beautifully

renovated 1900 building. The extensive

permanent collection offers a panorama of art

from antiquity to the early 20th century. Tues-

Sun 10am-6pm, late night Thurs until 8pm.

Ave Winston Churchill (8th), 01.53.43.40.00.

M° Champs-Elysées Clemenceau

Pinacothèque

An exhibition space dedicated to the various

forms of art showcasing superb exhibitions.

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Sat, Sun 10:30am-6:30pm &

Wed, Fri 10:30am-9:30pm. 28 Place de la Madeleine

(8 th ), 01.42.68.02.01. M° Madeleine

Passes & Practical information

Le Kiosque Théâtre

Offers tickets for shows on the same day at

half price. Seats are available for most shows in

theatres, café-théâtres and prestigious cabarets.

Tues-Sat 12:30pm-8pm/ Sun12:30pm-4pm.

Kiosque Madeleine: facing 15 Place de la Madeleine

(8 th ). M° Madeleine; Kiosque Montparnasse: on

the esplanade between the Tower and the Gare

Montparnasse. M° Montparnasse-Bienvenue

©M Hasson

Musée Grévin | Museums & Fondations (9 th )

©Di Messina

Musée Carnavalet | Museums & Fondations (3 rd )

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dining

Restaurants | Burgers | Street Food | Brunch | Gourmet Dining | Champagne

Nakatani

Nakatani © Kathleen Finlay; Caffe Stern © Fausto Mazza

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Restaurants

Caffé Stern

Italy’s innovative Alajmo restaurant group, which runs the superb Michelin

three-star Le Calandre in Padova and the romantic il Quadri overlooking

the Piazza San Marco in Venice, teamed up with designer Philippe Starck

and Paris restaurateur David Lanher, whose other restaurants include the

trendy Paradis, Racines and Vivant, to create this glamorous but accessible

and very good Italian café-restaurant on the former premises of the

engraver Stern in the romantic Passage des Panoramas. This covered

19th century pedestrian shopping lane was already one of the most

atmospheric places in Paris, so Starck used his usual visual sorcery to riff on

its storied past in a witty way that respects its good landmarked bones. A

stuffed lynx and a stuffed wolf, both wearing rhinestone collars, greet you

in the shop windows on the way in, and then the place reveals itself as a

series of intimate rooms and nooks and crannies. It’s open non-stop as a

café from 9am to midnight, and serves lunch and dinner from 12.30pm

to 2.30pm and 7.30pm-10.30pm. The Italian service crew is charming

and English speaking, and the inventive menu runs from steamed pizza

topped with vegetables to excellent risotto and pastas, the best veal

cutlet in Paris, turkey ‘tonnato’ (like veal tonnato but made with turkey

breast) and other off-beat dishes. An ideal choice for a casual but excellent

meal, but be sure and book, since it’s very popular.

– Alexander Lobrano

47 passage des Panoramas (2nd), 01 75 43 63 10

Tucked away in a side street in the chic 7th arrondissement,

Nakatani has quietly become an insider’s favourite with Left

Bank gourmets ever since it opened last July. What has the

locals flocking here is the inventive, refined and beautifully

prepared contemporary French cooking of Japanese born

chef Shinsuke Nakatani, who worked for French chef Hélène

Darroze at her south-western French table for nine years

before hanging out his own shingle. When asked why he

decided to make his career in France instead of Japan,

Nakatani explains that he fell in love with French produce.

“The quality is spectacular, and it’s so stimulating that it

changes so much with the seasons,” says the chef, who

insists that the goal of his work is to flatter the natural tastes

of his raw materials as much as possible. What this means are

dishes like a starter of cubes of raw bonito rolled in poutargue

crumbs and garnished with endive braised with orange and

Gold Rush apple or pan-sautéed brill with wilted iceberg

lettuce, baby leeks and turnips, and a gently acidulous sauce

that is a lighter version of a classic sauce gribiche, which is

made with herbs, hard-boiled eggs, mustard and oil. The

soothing mostly white dining room makes for a light and

relaxed setting in which to have a meal, with white painted

18th century beams overhead emphasising the rustic chic of

the space, and the young service is well-drilled and friendly.

Excellent value for the money, too. – A.L.

Nakatani

27 rue Pierre Leroux (7th), 01 47 34 94 14

Chef Shinsuke Nakatani

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Restaurants

Sébillon

april in Paris may be celebrated in the famous George Gershwin song, but January is a wonderful time to visit the city

for anyone who really loves to eat. Many of the classics of the French kitchen make for delectable winter eating, notably

France’s superb oysters and gigot d’agneau, or roast leg of lamb. if this sounds like your kind of meal, head for sébillon,

a charming long-running well-mannered brasserie that’s a favourite with a business power crowd at noon and wellheeled

locals in the evening. aside from the prompt good-humoured service and reasonable prices, what many

people come here for is the leg of lamb, which is carved from the bone tableside and served with stewed lingots,

or white beans. You’re welcome to ask for a second or, improbably, a third serving, too, but it’s better to build a more

moderate feast by starting with some oysters, they offer bivalves from three of the best producers in France, Pascal

Magné, Gillardeau, and Joël Dupuch. There are also many other choices on the menu, of course, including lobster

stuffed ravioli or duck foie gras to start, and then grilled sole or a filet with sauce Béarnaise. Finish up with the crepes

suzette, flambéed en salle too, and note that this engaging address is open daily for lunch and dinner, with last orders

in the evening at 11pm. – a.L.

20 ave Charles de Gaulle, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, 01 46 24 71 31

Le Relais Plaza

With its elegant 1936 vintage art deco décor and well-heeled worldly clientele

frequently sprinkled with famous faces, this superb table at the Plaza athénée

Hotel on the avenue Montaigne is not only one of the chicest restaurants in Paris,

but with a kitchen under the supervision of alain Ducasse, it also serves some

seriously good Gallic comfort food. Maitre d’hotel Werner Küchler is one of the

savviest and most gallant restaurant czars in Paris, with an ability to compose the

dining room in a perfect social mise-en-scène at every service, and everyone who

works here follows his lead in terms of being exceptionally attentive and gracious.

Young chef Philippe Marc knows what makes the beautiful people happy, too,

including simple dishes like a salad of lamb’s lettuce (mâche, in French) with

artichoke hearts and black truffles and the scallop carpaccio, the sole meunière

with potato mousseline and sautéed spinach, roast chicken and a Viennese style

veal scallop. Desserts are made by Christophe Michalak, one of the great pastry

chefs of Paris, and the one not to miss is the sumptuous La religieuse Caramel au

Beurre salé, a superb caramel confection. Whether it’s for a celebratory lunch, a

special night on the town, or a business meal, this address is always the perfect

choice. – a.L.

21 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 53 67 64 00

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GRAND BISTRO SMALL CHECK

Seafood, a Parisian culture.

L’Auberge Dab

Tel. 01 45 00 32 22

161, avenue Malakoff - Paris 16th

Open 7 days a week from noon - 3pm and

from 7pm to 2am - Valet parking available

www.auberge-dab.com

UNIQUE IN PARIS

Congrès Maillot

Tel. 01 45 74 17 24

All 80, avenue inclusive de la Grande menu Armée - Paris 17th

From Open 7 the days appetizer a week from to 7.30am coffee, - 2am

Valet parking available

a wide choice of 12 entrees,

www.congres-maillot.com

12 dishes, 12 desserts and 7 wines

For 44 e, you’ve got it

Congrès Auteuil

Tel. 01 46 51 15 75

144, boulevard Exelmans - Paris 16th

Open 7 days a week from 8am - 1am

Valet parking available

www.congres-auteuil.com

LE GRAND BISTRO

BRETEUIL

•LARGE TERRACE•

3, place de Breteuil

Paris 7 ème

01 45 67 07 27

LE GRAND BISTRO

MUETTE

•TERRACE•

10, chaussée de la Muette

Paris 16 ème

01 45 03 14 84

LE GRAND BISTRO

17 ème

•LARGE TERRACE•

108, avenue de Villiers

Paris 17 ème

01 47 63 32 77

Les Grandes Marches

Tel. 01 43 42 90 32

6, place de la Bastille - Paris 12th

Open 7 days a week from 8am - 1am

Valet parking available

VALET

SERVICE

www.grandes-marches.com

LE GRAND BISTRO

L’Européen

Tel. 01 43 43 99 70

•TERRACE•

21 bis, boulevard Diderot - Paris 12th

275,

Open

boulevard

7 days

Péreire

a week from 7.30am - 1am

Paris 17 ème

www.l-europeen.com

MAILLOT ST-FERDINAND

01 45 74 33 32

Agence-pashmina.com - Crédit photo : Francis Hammond

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Restaurant Advertorial

durand dupont

French cuisine, 92 - Neuilly sur Seine

Situated on a quiet square in the west of Paris, next to Porte Maillot, Durand

Dupont is an ideal table for a business lunch or a dinner in the cozy atmosphere.

And from the cellar, you can enjoy the ideal wine choosen by the best sommeliers

to accompany a variety of dishes. For your starter sample the sea bass crisp with a

mango sauce, followed by half-cooked tuna steak “Albacore” with piperade, followed

by lemon meringue pie for dessert. Open every day, service non stop from 8am to

1am. Brunch every Sunday. Afterwork Monday to Saturday evenings with Dj’s.

14 Place du Marché (92 - Neuilly sur Seine), Metro: Porte Maillot / Les Sablons

Tel: +33 (0)1 41 92 93 00

www.duranddupont.com

le roland-garros

French cuisine, 16 th

The restaurant Le Roland-Garros in the heart of the mythical stadium has a warm

and friendly atmosphere. The Chef prepares original dishes that are contemporary

and refined, combining tradition and modernity. Open for Lunch and Dinner, dining

room with fireplace, brunch on Sundays.

2 bis avenue Gordon-Bennett, Paris 16 th

Tel: +33 (0)1 47 43 49 56

reservation.rolandgarros@sodexo-prestige.fr

www.rolandgarros-salons.com

bistrot richelieu

French cuisine, 1 st

Enjoy a glass of wine or a nice meal with dishes including French classics such as

onion soup, Burgundy snails, semi-cooked duck foie gras, roasted farm-bred chicken,

duck magret, T-bone steak, steam-cooked salmon, Provencal scallops or warm apple

tart with vanilla ice-cream.

Closed Saturday lunch and all day Sunday Service non-stop 9am-11.30pm.

45 rue de Richelieu

Metro: Palais Royal

Tel: +33 (0)1 42 60 19 16

www.bistrotrichelieu.com

ratn

Indian / Moghol gastronomy, 8 th

Since 1976, the Bhalla family, originally from New Delhi, excels in Indian Moghol

Gastronomy of the 17 th century and immortalises the beautiful north Indian culinary

traditions. RATN invites you to discover the finest specialties in tandoori and curries.

Recommended by Michelin, Gault Millau, Pudlo, Bottin.

9 rue de la Tremoille

Metro: George V

Tel: +33 (0)1 40 70 01 09

www.restaurantratn.com

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Restaurants

Frame

Beyond its unusual name, this handsome new

Franco-Californian brasserie solves a perennial

problem for many visitors to Paris, which is where

to have a good meal before or after a visit to the

Eiffel Tower. Designed by fashionable Paris-based

architect and interior designer Christophe Pillet, this

restaurant in the Pullman Paris Eiffel Tower Hotel is a

relaxed, airy, comfortable and friendly place.

Working in an open kitchen, American chef

Andrew Wigger shrewdly melds the healthy,

ethnically diverse style of California with Gallic

recipes and produce to create a unique and very

appealing menu, and in true Californian style,

the chef has an on-the-premises herb garden to

supply his kitchen with fresh culinary punctuation.

Start off with some grilled flat bread served with

whipped goat cheese, figs, pears and rocket, and

then go for the Asian-style sliders (meatballs) with

chilli and hoisin sauce or the grilled octopus to

start. Main courses run from meal-sized salads

to delicious and previously impossible to find in

Paris dishes like Franco-American coq au vin, in

this version, fried chicken with a lush wine sauce,

or surf-and-turf, a roasted lobster tail and grilled

filet mignon with charred white asparagus and

Sriracha hollandaise sauce. Don’t miss the short

but well-chosen selection of California wines on

the carte des vins either. – A.L.

28 rue Jean Rey (15th), 01 44 38 57 77

Frame photo © Arpad Pinter, Balint Ordogh

Le Bistrot Family

In a New York-style décor enjoy the friendly service and

delicious fare at the recently opened Le Bistrot Family. In the

very quintessentially Parisian 6th arrondissement near the

Marché Saint-Germain-des-Prés you will find this Franco-

American table that serves a menu featuring traditional

French fare including a beef tartare served with frites of

course and American specialties, notably the burger. The

burger menu features everything from a traditional beef

burger to a Frenchy version with a duck steak, mushrooms,

truffle sauce and foie gras. Vegetarians aren’t left out

either with Le Végétarien Burger on the menu, which is a

delicious mountain of grilled vegetables, a hearty Portobello

mushroom and onion chutney. All burgers are served with

homemade fries and condiments, even the barbecue sauce

is homemade. Make sure you leave room for dessert. For

chocoholics the chocolate mousse with Speculoos biscuit

pieces is a must, and if you are after something a little

“lighter” the Tarte Tatin is just perfect. – S.I.

Open from Tuesday to Sunday

18 rue Guisarde (6th), 01 43 29 52 18

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Boulettes

street food couldn’t get any tastier than the

freshly made sandwiches from the recently

opened restaurant Boulettes. simply meaning

meatballs, this popular restaurant serves only

meatballs, the only difference is the “meatballs”

are available in five different flavours to suit all

tastes and any food restrictions. The restaurant

changes its menu every day, depending on the

fresh produce available, however, chef Kevin

austruy, who previously worked at the ritz, always

prepares 5 recipes, 3 are always meat-based, a

fish-based option and a vegetarian option and

could include flavours such as satay and coriander

chicken and carrot, feta and roasted fig. You

choose your meatball, salads and condiments

and watch as your sandwich is prepared right in

front of your eyes. if you prefer you can also enjoy

your meatballs served as a dish, again you simply

choose your meatball and side salads, including

baby spinach with a nutty vinaigrette and a radish

and bean shoot salad. This is a great table if you

are after a hearty gourmet sandwich to enjoy

while you walk your way through the hipster 2nd

arrondissement. – s.i.

179 rue Saint-Denis (2nd), 01 42 21 46 44

Farago

in the 10th arrondissement, hidden in a discrete

passageway that leads to a closed off street, is where you

will find Farago, a contemporary tapas bar where you can

enjoy cocktails and great tapas. On the menu to share is the

Jolito Verde, a crepe deliciously filled with spinach, tomatoes

and ricotta cheese, there is also Baccaramon, the classic

spanish favourite Pan con Tomate topped with ham and

the delicately prepared roulé de saumon, fresh salmon

filled with cream cheese and sitting on toasted bread. The

convivial setting makes for a fun table to enjoy good food

and a couple of drinks with friends or colleagues after a

day spent in the office. Farrago also serves brunch every

weekend with the menu featuring Eggs Benedict, salmon

ceviche and of course Bellota ham served with bread

supplied by one of the city’s best bakeries, Liberté. – s.i.

11 cour des Petites Ecuries (10th)

Assiette Farago © Paul-Bowyer

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Restaurant Advertorial

LE LOUCHÉBEM

Traditional french cuisine

431 rue Berger, Paris 1st (Metro: Châtelet / Les Halles)

4Tel: 01 42 33 12 99

4Louchébem means butcher

4A meat eater’s paradise, a historic grill room

4Closed Sundays

4www.le-louchebem.fr

This quintessential les Halles butcher’s

restaurant proffers a full gamut of meat dishes.

The pot roast salad is superb and the unique

all you can eat platter of beef, roast ham and

leg of lamb at 23,90€ is not to be missed.

KINUGaWa

Japanese cuisine

49 rue du Mont Thabor , Paris 1st

4Metro: Tuileries

4Tel: 01 42 60 65 07

4www.kinugawa.fr

4www.blackcode.fr

Footsteps from the Place Vendôme, this

mythical Japanese restaurant has been redesigned

by the architects Gilles & Boissier.

Chef Ozuru, formerly of Nobu Paris, prepares

Japanese gastronomy that brings together

the traditional and the modern.

saNTOOR

Indian cuisine

430 rue Marbeuf, Paris 8th

4Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt

4Tel: 01 42 56 33 18

4Mon-Sat L&D, Sun D only

4www.restaurant-indien-santoor.fr

Specializing in tandoori (Indian barbecue)

and curries, both spicy and mild, served in

beautiful surroundings with silk paintings

and antique-style carved wooden crafts.

Two minutes walk from the Champs-Elysées.

DJaKaRTa BaLI

Indonesian cuisine

49 rue Vauvilliers, Paris 1st

4Metro: Louvre / Les Halles

4Tel: 01 45 08 83 11

4Open every day until 1am except Mondays

4Balinese dancing on Friday nights

4Special discovery menu, the Rijsttafel: 25-55e

4www.djakarta-bali.com

Imagine a little gem of a place, serene and

refined, decorated with batiks and Javanese

puppets, just around the corner from the Louvre.

Enjoy delicate foods from Java, Sumatra and Bali.

WEPLER

Traditional french cuisine

414 Place de Clichy, Paris 18th (Metro: Place de Clichy)

4Tel: 01 45 22 53 24

4Daily until 12:30 am

4Lunch & Dinner menu 30e

4Set-menu 24.50e

4English spoken

4www.wepler.com

One of the finest French onion soups in the

capital, savour crayfish in cherry sauce, lobsters

from Brittany, a marmite from Marseille served

as a bouillabaisse and the Wepler classics from

potted duck to savoury sauerkrauts.

LE LaMFÉ

Traditional french cuisine

47 rue des Prouvaires, Paris 1st (Metro: Châtelet / Les

Halles); Tel: 01 45 08 04 10

4Lamfé means the butcher’s wife

4Special Salers beef menu at 19.90e

4Unlimited carpaccio: 21.90e

4Closed Sundays and Mondays

4www.lamfe.fr

Succulent meats from the butcher are

to be savoured here. Inventive, refined

appetizers including crispy thyme-flavoured

camembert are worth the detour.

The calf’s liver is a sheer delight and the

ambiance warm and full of charm.

NOs aNCÊTREs LEs GaULOIs

Medieval ambiance

439 rue Saint-Louis en l’Ile, Paris 4th Ile Saint-Louis

4Metro: Pont Marie; Tel: 01 46 33 66 07

4All-inclusive menu priced at 40e

4Daily, D, from 7pm, L, Sat & Sun only, noon-3pm

4www.nosancetreslesgaulois.com

Dine in hearty, bountiful Gaulic splendour fit

for a feast.

Enjoy the rustic décor and tavern ambiance, a

great board and rousing guitar music.

The all-inclusive menu, priced at 40€, features

meats grilled over the fire and all the Bordeaux

wine you need served from the pitcher.

savy

Traditional Brasserie & Bistro

4Champs-Elysées Neighbourhood

423 rue Bayard, Paris 8th

4Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt

4Tel: 01 47 23 46 98

4Mon-Fri open till 11pm

4info@chezsavy.com / www.chezsavy.com

A popular table for journalists, fashion

designers and show business people,

this establishment offers authentic and

traditional French cuisine in a 1930’s art

deco decor. The house specialty is Aubrac

beef and the house has a fine selection of

vintage millesimes wines.

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Gourmet Dining

glorious game

By Patricia Valicenti

Game has enjoyed a glorious history in France from

the tables of the mighty lords of the Middle ages to

the land’s powerful monarchs and it is still savoured

today, offered on a host of the capital’s fine tables.

and the game season is in full swing throughout the

winter months with Parisian restaurants offering a host of original

and traditional preparations of the savoury fare.

The forests and woods that encircle Paris all once teemed with

large and small game and were favoured hunting haunts of the

monarchs of France. Hunting lodges still dot the landscape though

other uses are made of them, like the former lodge of the Duke of

Valmy in which the Marmottan Monet Museum is housed. The city

even has its own hunting museum, Le Musée de la Chasse et de la

Nature, located in a pair of splendid 17th century mansions in the

Marais neighbourhood.

Game indelibly makes its mark on Taillevent’s wine pairing menu

which was elaborated with Jay Mcinerney, the author of, among

other works, Bacchus and Me: adventures in the Wine Cellar. The

american writer chose the wines while the chef alain solivérès

imagined the dishes to match them and the five-course menu

includes three delectable dishes of game. There is the fabulous

pheasant in a cream sauce with foie gras sublimed by sauternes,

while the course of young partridge with polenta and olives is

savoured with a Gevrey Chambertin followed by venison with

hazelnuts, chestnuts and the sublime sauce Grand-Veneur

(meaning head huntsman) served with a Pessac Léognan.

François Gagnaire who trained with alain Chapel and Pierre

Gagnaire (no relation) and who obtained a Michelin star at his

restaurant Puy-en-Velay has taken over the kitchens at the Hôtel

du Collectionneur, elaborating his menu with seasonal products,

and a sought after highlight on the current menu is his take on

venison. The roebuck, hunted in France, is delightfully prepared

with candied turnips, onions with mango vinegar and pepper

sauce.

TaillevenT

15 rue Lamennais (8th), 01 44 95 15 01

The five-course wine pairing menu featuring

game is served through January 15th

ResTauRanT PieRRe GaGnaiRe

6 rue Balzac (8th),

01 58 36 12 50

Closed Jan 1-Jan 7

Meanwhile, Pierre Gagnaire is brilliantly showcasing game

throughout his current menu. Witness the young partridge

flavoured with holly brandy or opt for the truffled hare terrine. a

dish entitled Comme en Castille is all about marinated partridge

sautéed with garlic then conserved in a small jar with olive oil,

savoury and anise. Carry on in earnest with a main course of the

venison and young boar duo or a saddle of venison with Malabar

pepper in a Diane sauce. The hare dish emerges in three different

servings starting with the saddle, then the thigh and a traditional

puff pastry tourte.

le safRan ResTauRanT

Hôtel du Collectionneur

51-57 rue de Courcelles (8th),

01 58 36 67 97

The wine pairing menu “Les Cinq de Jay McInerney” at Le Taillevent © Thomas Duval

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Champagne & Chocolate

Champagne and

Chocolate

When in France enjoying a glass of champagne is the

pleasure du jour and enjoying it with chocolate is even

more pleasurable. If you enjoy white chocolate your

champagne of choice should be Champagne Pascal

Doquet. Founded in 2004 by Pascal Doquet and a member

of Les Champagne de Vignerons, which groups 5000

wineries in the Champagne region, Champagne Pascal

Doquet produces organically certified champagne,

including the house’s 100% chardonnay 2004 Grand Cru Le

Mesnil sur Oger. With its fine bubbles and notes of honey

and white pepper, this bottle will perfectly complement the

sweetness of your favourite white chocolate treat. – S.I.

Available at La Crèmerie

9 rue des Quatre Vents (6th), 01 43 54 99 30

THE CHOCOLATE-MAKER OF KINGS

AND THE KING OF CHOCOLATE-MAKERS

Founded in 1800, supplier to the Kings of France, we offer more than 40 varieties of chocolates, from old-fashioned

pralines to the creamy rasberry or coffee-fl avoured ganache. Afi cionados will love our chocolate bars made

from different varieties of chocolate beans and orange peel

30 rue des Saints-P• res 75007 Paris = Tel: 01 45 48 54 67 = M¡ Saint-Germain-des-PrŽ s

33 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris = M¡ Bourse

52 Babbitt Road, Bedford Hills, 10 507 New York = Tel: 212 734 88 80

www.debauve-et-gallais.com = www.debauveandgallais.com

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 7.30pm

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For more detailed listings | wheretraveler.com/paris

Around Louvre

& PALAis royAL (1 st , 2 nd )

Au Coin Des Gourmets - Cambodian-

Vietnamese-Laotian (€€)

A very popular restaurant run by the charming

Ta family, serving excellent Asian food. The

Vietnamese ravioli may be the best in town.

Reasonable prices, good wines. Mon-Sat L&D. 38

rue du Mont-Thabor (1 st ), 01.42.60.79.79. Mº Concorde

Aux Lyonnais - Bistro (€€)

A beautiful 1890 bistro now co-owned by

superchef Alain Ducasse, offering spiffed-up

and modernized Lyon specialties: baked eggs

with crawfish, roast chicken with mushrooms,

tomatoes and onions in vinegar glaze. Tue-Fri

L&D, Sat D. 32 rue St-Marc (2 nd ),01.42.96.65.04.

M° Richelieu-Drouot

Beef Club - Bistro (€€€)

As its name implies this bistro serves fine beef and

meat dishes. Sumptuous cuts of beef are served

baked or grilled and the burgers are served on a

homemade bun. Starters include oysters, beef marrow

and asparagus. Daily D only. 58 rue Jean-Jacques

Rousseau (1 st ), 09.54.37.13.65. M° Etienne Marcel

Bistro Volnay - Bistro (€€€)

Good, authentic French food in a relaxed,

friendly setting with a first-rate wine list

including an excellent value Volnay. The cheese

tray is superb and generously served. Mon-Fri

L&D. 8 rue Volney (2nd), 01.42.61.06.65. Mº Opéra

Bistrot Richelieu - Classic French (€€)

This bistro with an inviting terrace serves up

traditional French fare. Typical classics like onion

soup and snails from Burgundy can be savoured

for starters. Continuous service 9am-11:30pm.

Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D only. 45 rue de Richelieu (1 st ),

01.42.60.19.16. Mº Palais Royal

Djakarta Bali - Indonesian (€)

An excellent restaurant run by a charming,

English-speaking brother-and-sister team. Try

lumpia (deep-fried spring rolls), or ayam jahe

(chicken caramelized in ginger). Tue-Sun L&D.

9 rue Vauvilliers (1 st ), 01.45.08.83.11. Mº Louvre-Rivoli

Goust - Gourmet (€€€)

Located on the first floor of a Napoleon III

mansion, this one-star restaurant near the Place

Vendôme offers gastronomic Mediterraneanstyle

cuisine accompanied by first-rate service.

Tues-Sun. L&D. 10 rue Volney (2 nd ), 01 40 15 20 30.

M° Opéra

Kinugawa - Japanese (€€€)

Footsteps from the Place Vendôme, this

mythical Japanese restaurant has been

re-designed by the architects Gilles & Boissier.

Chef Ozuru, formerly of Nobu Paris, prepares

Japanese gastronomy that brings together the

traditional and the modern. Mon-Sun L&D.

9 rue Mont Thabor (1 st ), 01.42.60.65.07. M° Tuileries

Le Baudelaire - Mediterranean (€€€)

At this one-star restaurant, opening onto

a quiet patio in the Burgundy Hotel, Chef

Pierre Rigothier prepares seasonal products

underscored by a menu that changes regularly

while pastry chef Stéphane Tranchet prepares

delicious desserts. L, Mon-Fri, D, Tues-Sat.

6-8 rue Duphot (1 st ), 01.42.60.34.12. Mº Madeleine

Le Grand Vefour - Modern Classic (€€€€)

The opulent two-star restaurant in the Palais

Royal arcades that has been serving the Parisian

beau monde since the 1700s. Among chef Guy

Martin’s superb dishes are the foie gras ravioli

with truffle jus. Mon-Fri L&D, Fri. L only. 17 rue de

Beaujolais (1 st ), 01.42.96.56.27. Mº Palais Royal

Le Lamfé - Classic French (€)

Serving traditional cuisine in a cosy ambiance

with plenty of charm. Once you’ve settled in, the

staff will suggest a list of starters like the baked

Camembert with thyme or the home-made foie

gras from Les Landes. Tues-Sat L&D until 11pm.

7 rue des Prouvaires (1 st ), 01.45.08.04.10. Mº Châtelet

Le Meurice-Alain Ducasse - Modern Classic (€€€€€)

A stunning 18th-century room offers a

gastronomic menu featuring sumptuous 3-star

cuisine that changes with the seasons. Daily B,

L (except Sat), D. Hôtel Meurice, 228 rue de Rivoli

(1 st ), 01.44.58.10.44. Mº Tuileries

Le Louchebem - Bistro (€)

Located in the heart of the historic Les Halles

district, this establishment is currently in the

hands of the fourth generation of the same

family. From the cooked ham on the bone to an

authentic salad of pot au feu, everything here

is homemade. Mon-Sat L&D. 31 rue Berger (1 st ),

01.42.33.12.99. Mº Châtelet/Les Halles

Le Restaurant du Palais Royal - Classic French (€€)

Fine fare is prepared by the talented chef

Eric Fontanini in this gastronomic restaurant

overlooking the gardens of the Palais Royal.

Seasonal cuisine and exceptional products

are hallmarks of the menu, which changes

regularly. Tues-Sat L&D. 110 Galerie de Valois (1 st ),

01.40.20.00.27. M° Bourse

Le Soufflé - Classic French (€€)

This is the place to taste one of France’s finest

specialties, the souffle. Attentive service and

superb quality await in this restaurant established

in 1961. Faithful to traditional cuisine, in addition

to over 20 different kinds of souffles, a classic

French menu is proposed. Mon-Sat L&D. 36 rue du

Mont Thabor (1 st ), 01.42.60.27.19. Mº Concorde

La Tour de Montlhéry -Chez Denise - Bistro (€€)

This traditional bistro serves up excellent, copious

fare in the Les Halles neighbourhood where the

city’s great food market once was. The chips and

terrines are house-made, calf’s liver is done up

English style and the beef is from the Limousin

region of France. Mon-Fri L&D, open until 5am.

5 rue des Prouvaires (1 st ), 01.42.36.21.82. M° Les Halles

Le MArAis (3 rd , 4 th )

Bofinger - Brasserie (€€)

A landmark brasserie with a sensational Belle

Epoque decor. Keep it simple here: steak tartare,

oysters and big seafood platters. Daily L&D until 1

am. 5-7 rue de la Bastille (4 th ), 01.42.72.87.82. M° Bastille

Don Juan II - Gourmet (€€€€)

The Don Juan II is filled with the charm and

elegance of a great yacht, offering a delicious

cruise through the heart of Paris. In a calm and

luxurious atmosphere enjoy the gastronomic

cuisine of Guy Krenzer, who has been awarded

the finest craftsman of France title. Daily D. Port

Henri IV (4 th ), 01.44.45.14.71. M° Sully-Morland

Georges - World Cuisine (€€€)

Trendy restaurant on the roof of the Pompidou

Center, with surprisingly good world cuisine

(crispy duck, swordfish with coriander), a spaceage

decor and a spectacular view. Wed-Mon

L&D until 2 am. Centre Pompidou, level 6. Place

Pompidou (4 th ), 01.44.78.47.99. Mº Rambuteau

L’Ambroisie - Haute Cuisine (€€€€€)

In a beautiful 17 th century mansion in the Place

des Vosges, media-shy three-star chef Bernard

Pacaud is renowned for splendid renditions of

deceptively simple dishes such as lobster ravioli

with truffles or langoustine feuillantine with

sesame and curry. Tue-Sat L&D. 9 Place des Vosges

(4 th ), 01.42.78.51.45. Mº St-Paul

L’Ami Louis - Bistro (€€€€€)

A classic bistro known for huge portions of foie

gras and exorbitant prices. People tend to love it

or hate it, and well-heeled tourists reserve weeks

in advance. Wed-Sun L&D. 32 rue du Vertbois (3 rd )

01.48.87.77.48. M° Arts et Métiers

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Le Sergent Recruteur - Gourmet (€€€)

This one-star restaurant serves market-based

cuisine that changes on a daily basis. Meats of

an exceptional quality, fresh-caught fish from

the Loire River, homemade butter and a blend of

coffee made especially for the house are all on the

agenda. Tues-Sun L&D. 41 rue St-Louis-en-L’Ile (4 th ),

01.43.54.75.43. M° Pont Marie

Minimes - Brasserie (€€€)

This brasserie in the Marais neighbourhood

serves contemporary French cuisine in a relaxing

atmosphere with an upstairs dining room offering

a boudoir décor. Enjoy a classic foie gras or a fresh

artichoke salad flavoured with truffle oil. Daily B, L&D.

36 rue de Turenne (3 rd ), 01.42.71.36.70. M° Chemin Vert

Nos Ancêtres Les Gaulois - Classic French (€€)

Dine in hearty, bountiful Gaulic splendour fit for a

feast. Enjoy the rustic décor and tavern ambiance,

a great board and rousing guitar music. Daily, D,

from 7pm, L, Sat & Sun only, noon-3pm. 39 rue St

Louis en l’Ile (4 th ), 01.46.33.66.07. Mº Pont Marie

QuArtier LAtin

& sAint-GerMAin (5 th , 6 th )

Alcazar - Brasserie (€€€)

English restaurateur Terence Conran’s big, cool,

noisy brasserie-bar, with contemporary French

and fusion dishes such as scallops with grapefruit

and green papaya. Daily L&D until 1 am. 62 rue

Mazarine (6 th ), 01.53.10.19.99. Mº Odéon

Au Moulin à Vent - Bistro (€€)

This charming bistro located in one of the oldest

neighbourhoods in Paris is known for the quality

of its Salers beef and its specialties of the Beaujolais

region. Tues–Fri L&D/Sat D only. 20 rue des Fossés-St-

Bernard (5 th ), 01.43.54.99.37. M° Jussieu

Breakfast in America - American (€)

For a traditional American diner serving classic

burgers and breakfasts, including pancakes with

real maple syrup. Daily 8:30 am-11 pm. 17 rue des

Ecoles (5 th ), 01.43.54.50.28. Mº Cardinal Lemoine

Café de Flore - Bistrot (€€)

The legendary café made famous in the 1950s

by Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and

other Left Bank intellectuals. The atmosphere is

still Parisian, the fare limited to (expensive) drinks

and light snacks and traditional desserts. Daily

7:30 am-1:30 am. 172 blvd Saint-Germain (6 th ),

01.45.48.55.26. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés

Café des Deux Magots - Café (€€)

The other legendary Left Bank café, still going

strong long after its 1950s heyday. The prices are

equally high, but it remains an authentic Parisian

favourite. Daily 7:30 am-1:30 am. 6 Place St-Germain

(6 th ), 01.45.48.55.25. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés

Hélène Darroze - Southwestern French (€€)

Young chef Hélène Darroze serves up

southwestern French specialties in this

contemporary one-star restaurant. The casual

ground floor Salon d’Hélène serves upscale

tapas. Tue-Sat L&D. 4 rue d’Assas (6 th ), 01.42.22.00.11.

Mº Sèvres Babylone

L’Agrume - Bistro (€€)

This delightful bistro near the Jardin des Plantes

offers inventive dishes bursting with flavours.

Chef Franck Marchesi-Grandi changes the menu

nearly every day in his open kitchen. The service is

friendly and casual. Tues-Sat L&D, Mon, L only. 15

rue des Fossés Saint-Marcel (5 th ), 01.43.31.86.48. M°

Saint-Marcel/Les Gobelins

La Locanda - Italian (€€)

Rediscover favourite Italian classics from

throughout the peninsula in this comfortable

and chic restaurant in Saint Germain des Prés.

Superb antipasti dishes as well as pasta “al dente”

(home-made ravioli, lasagna and gnocchi). Fish

and seafood direct from the sea and “tartufo”

specialties every day. Daily L&D. 8 rue du Dragon

(6 th ), 01.45.44.12.53. M° St Germain des Prés

La Méditerranée - Seafood (€€)

A bright and beautiful, mostly seafood restaurant

with marvelous wall paintings and a glasswalled

terrace facing the Odéon theater. It once

welcomed the likes of Liz Taylor and Orson

Welles, as the discreet photos on the stairwell

attest. Daily L&D until 11 pm. 2 Place de l’Odéon

(6 th ), 01.43.26.02.30. M° Odéon

Lapérouse - Gourmet (€€€)

This elegant restaurant on the Seine serves

finely prepared gastronomic French cuisine.

Starters include crayfish ravioli or foie gras with

12 spices. A nice main course is the aged house

steak. Private dining rooms may be reserved as

well. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat, D only. 51 Quai des Grands

Augustins (6 th ), 01.43.26.68.04. Mº St-Michel

La Tour D’Argent - Classic French (€€€€€)

A Paris institution from another era, now with

only one star, but still offering its famous

numbered pressed duck and an absolutely

magical view of Notre-Dame. Tues-Sat L&D.

15-17 Quai de la Tournelle (5 th ), 01.43.54.23.31.

Mº Maubert-Mutualité

La Truffière - Southwestern French (€€€)

Cozy one-star restaurant in a 17 th century vaulted

cellar serving southwestern French cuisine,

including foie gras and black and white truffle

dishes, and menus that change with the seasons.

2,400 bottle wine list. Tue-Sun L&D. 4 rue de

Blainville (5 th ), 01.46.33.29.82. Mº Place Monge

Le Montparnasse 1900 - Classic French (€€)

Sumptuous food in a sumptuous decor.

A stunning Art Nouveau setting in this

registered historical monument surrounds

you as you delight in a fine selection of grilled

meats and finely prepared dishes. Daily L&D.

59 blvd Montparnasse (6 th ), 01.45.49.19.00. Mº

Montparnasse-Bienvenue

Relais Louis XIII - Classic French (€€€€)

In a wood-beamed medieval townhouse, twostar

chef Manuel Martinez serves delicious dishes

revolving around seasonal products. Fine wine

list. Tue-Sat, L&D. 8 rue des Grands-Augustins (6 th ),

01.43.26.75.96. Mº St-Michel

Taokan - Chinese (€€€)

Contemporary Chinese gastronomy is served in

this elegantly decorated restaurant. An excellent

dim sum is among the offerings while starters

include crispy shrimp rolls or peppery beef with a

tasty herb salad. Mon-Sat L&D. 8 rue du Sabot (6 th ),

01.42.84.18.36. M° St-Sulpice

Ze Kitchen Galerie - Fusion (€€)

Ze silly name aside, chef William Ledeuil’s chic

restaurant offers excellent soups, marinated fish,

pasta starters and main courses a la plancha.

Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D. 4 rue des Grands-Augustins (6 th ),

01.44.32.00.32. Mº St Michel

Around the eiffeL tower

& Les invALides (7 th )

58 Tour Eiffel - Classic French (€€)

Located on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower this is

a great place for a lunch or dinner while enjoying

a breathtaking view. This restaurant proffers a

chic picnic for lunch, among the offerings: seared

salmon, Caesar salad and gourmet hamburgers

(served until 5:30). Daily L&D. Champ de Mars (7 th ),

08.25.56.66.62. Mº Ecole Militaire

Arpege - Contemporary (€€€€€)

Three-star chef Alain Passard’s menu is now

half vegetarian serving ravioli with vegetables,

Cévennes onions with Parmesan, and his famous

tomato dessert - though carnivores can find dishes

like squab with sugared almonds. Mon-Fri L&D.

84 rue de Varenne (7 th ), 01.47.05.09.06. M° Varenne

Key to dining prices per person for 3 courses without wine: € = 30€ or less, €€ = 31-50€, €€€ = 51-100€, €€€€ = 101-150€, €€€€€ = 150€ and above.

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Jules Verne - Haute Cuisine (€€€€)

This gastronomic gem is a very expensive

restaurant in the Eiffel Tower taken over by

multiple-star chef Alain Ducasse. The Jules

Verne has been awarded one Michelin star.

Treat yourself to “haute-cuisine” with the most

spectacular view of Paris. Daily L&D. Eiffel Tower,

2nd floor (7 th ), 01.45.55.61.44. Mº Bir-Hakeim

L’Ami Jean - Classic French (€€€)

Don’t let the banal facade confuse you, this is a

great choice for authentic French cooking. Chef

Stéphane Jégo serves up generous portions of

regional delicacies, with an accent on wild game, as

well as delicious seafood platters. Tues-Sat L&D. 27

rue Malar (7 th ), 01.47.05.86.89. Mº La Tour-Maubourg

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon - Bistronomy (€€€)

The 2-star lunch-counter restaurant of chef Joel

Robuchon serves contemporary French dishes

such as a foie gras burger. Daily L&D until 11 pm. 5

rue Montalembert (7 th ), 01.42.22.56.56. M° Rue du Bac

Les Ombres - Contemporary (€€€€)

The spectacular glass-domed rooftop restaurant

of Musée du Quai Branly, directly beneath the

Eiffel Tower. Contemporary French with an exotic

touch: foie gras terrine with mango chutney,

roast lamb with gingerbread and zucchini ravioli.

Daily L&D. 27 Quai Branly (7 th ), 01.47.53.68.00.

Mº Alma-Marceau

Around the ChAMPs-eLysées (8 th )

114 Faubourg - Brasserie (€€€)

An elegant one-star establishment in the Bristol

Hotel proffers superb cooking from threestar

chef Eric Frechon in a delightful duplex

space. 7/7, L&D. 114 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ) ,

01.53.43.44.44. Mº Miromesnil

39V - Contemporary (€€€)

This glamorous one-star restaurant, in the

heart of the Golden Triangle, sports a modern,

streamlined décor. The grilled langoustines

in a light citrus sauce are excellent as is the

cheesecake. Mon-Fri L&D. 39 ave George V (8 th ),

01.56.62.30.05. Mº George V

Apicius - Contemporary (€€€€)

The one-star restaurant of chef Jean-Pierre

Vigato, offering a mix of (very expensive) modern

and country cooking: lobster ravioli, potato

charlotte with caviar. Mon-Fri L&D. 20 rue d’Artois

(8 th ), 01.43.80.19.66. Mº St-Philippe-du-Roule

Bateaux-Mouches - Classic French (€€€)

Savour homemade duck foie gras with cocoa

and ginger to start then try the turbot with

vegetable tagliatelle from the Excellence dinner

menu. Daily departures for dinner at 8:30pm,

Sat, Sun and public holidays for lunch at 1pm.

Passengers must arrive prior to departure times.

Port de la Conférence, Pont de l’Alma (8 th ),

01.42.25.96.10. Mº Alma-Marceau

Caviar House & Prunier - Caviar (€€€€)

Next door to the competition, the caviar shop

and restaurant annex of Prunier (16 th ), specializing

in French caviar. Mon-Sat L&D. 15 Place de la

Madeleine (8 th ), 01.47.42.98.98. M° Madeleine

Epicure - Gourmet (€€€€€)

The beautiful dining room looks out over the

hotel’s French garden and is a perfect setting for

three-star chef Eric Frechon’s remarkable cuisine

and superb desserts by pastry chef Laurent

Jeannin. Daily L&D. Hôtel Le Bristol, 112 rue du Fbg

St-Honoré (8th), 01.53.43.43.00. Mº Miromesnil

Fauchon Le Café - Gourmet (€€)

This temple to gastronomy is open all day and

is a cosy yet sleek restaurant featuring fine and

varied fare from foie gras to vanilla millefeuilles.

Offering a great view of Place de la Madeleine.

Mon-Sat 9am-midnight, B, L&D. Closed Sun.

30 Place de la Madeleine (8 th ), 01.70.39.38.39.

Mº Madeleine

L’Astor - Gourmet (€€€)

Chef Nicolas Clavier’s original and creative dishes

include a foie gras and smoked eel delight or

seabass in ceviche for starters followed by a

snacked cod fish fillet or a Black Angus rib-steak

Rossini as a main. Mon-Fri L&D. 11 rue d’Astorg (8 th ),

01.53.05.05.20. Mº St-Augustin

La Scène - Gourmet (€€€€)

This gastronomic restaurant in the Prince de

Galles hotel offers an authentic and generous

cuisine using remarkable products. For a

fish course, succulent French lobster is a fine

choice while meat dishes include fine milk-fed

veal and wild hare from the Beauce region.

Mon-Sat B, L&D, Sun Brunch. 33 ave George V (8 th ),

01.53.23.78.52. Mº George V

Laurent - Gourmet (€€€€)

This gourmet 1-star Michelin restaurant serving

sophisticated cuisine in a beautiful setting

with a garden is a Parisian institution. The finest

produce and products are used to prepare

seasonal French cuisine with a contemporary

touch. Mon-Fri L & D, Sat D only. 41 ave Gabriel

(8 th ), 01.42.25.00.39. M° Champs-Elysées Clemenceau

La Table du Lancaster - Fusion (€€€€)

This delightful one-star establishment serves

creative, light and elegant meals crafted by

chef Julien Roucheteau whose seasonal menus

revolve around a specific product. Mon-Fri L&D,

Sat-Sun D. Hôtel Lancaster, 7 rue de Berri (8 th ),

01.40.76.40.18. Mº George V

Le 68 par Guy Martin - Contemporary (€€)

Tucked away downstairs in the historic Guerlain

boutique is a restaurant bursting with flavourful

dishes. The menu and restaurant have been

conceived by starred chef Guy Martin and the

dishes draw their inspiration from Guerlain’s

famous fragrances. 7/7, continuous, B, L, D. 68 ave

des Champs-Elysées (8 th ) 01.45.62.54.10. M° George V

Ledoyen - Gourmet (€€€€€)

An elegant 18 th -century pavilion with a

Napoleon III decor in the gardens of the

Champs-Elysées, where chef Yannick Alléno

serves his unique gastronomic cuisine. Tue-

Fri L&D, Mon D. Carré des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.53.05.10.00. M° Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau

Le Safran - Gourmet (€€€)

Fine French gastronomy and international

cuisine is served in the Art Deco ambiance

of this restaurant located inside the Hôtel du

Collectionneur. The menu revolves around the

seasons. Daily L&D. 51-57 rue de Courcelles (8 th ),

01.58.36.67.97. M° Courcelles

Maison Blanche - Contemporary (€€€€)

Chef Hervé Nepple serves cuisine for the senses,

inventive, savoury and refined fare. Located on

the 7th floor of the Théâtre des Champs Elysées,

the restaurant with its garden terrace overlooks

the Eiffel Tower. Mon-Fri L&D/Sat-Sun D. 15 ave

Montaigne (8 th ), 01.47.23.55.99. Mº Alma Marceau

Ratn - Indian (€€€)

Since 1976, the Bhalla family, originally from New

Delhi, excels in the Indian Moghol gastronomy

and invites you to discover the fine Moghol

specialties in tandoori and curries. A place where

you can experience India for it’s traditions and

culinary art. Recommended by Gault Millau and

Pudlo. Open daily L&D. 9 rue de la Trémoille (8 th ),

01.40.70.01.09. Mº George V

Santoor - Indian (€)

Just off the Champs-Elysées, a restaurant

specializing in traditional Indian food including

tandoori and curries. Mon-Sat L&D, Sun D only.

30 rue Marbeuf (8 th ), 01.42.56.33.18. Mº Franklin D.

Roosevelt

Savy - Brasserie (€€)

A popular table for journalists, fashion designers

and show business people, this establishment

offers authentic and traditional French cuisine

in a 1930’s art deco decor. The house specialty is

Aubrac beef and the house has a fine selection of

vintage millesimes wines. Mon-Fri, B, L&D. 23 rue

Bayard (8 th ), 01.47.23.46.98. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Zen Garden - Chinese (€€)

The interior is designed to resemble a Chinese

pagoda with an eight-metre high tower and

30 Buddhas, a plethora of hanging plants,

numerous water fountains, wind chimes and

porcelain vases. Daily L&D. 15 rue de Marbeuf (8 th ),

01.53.23.82.82. M° George V

Around oPérA GArnier

& PiGALLe (9 th , 10 th ,18 th )

Bouillon Chartier - Classic French (€)

The mythical Parisian eatery where you

share a table with students, artists or elegant

businessmen. There is a daily set menu but each

day enjoy classics like hard-boiled eggs with

mayonnaise or grated carrots to start followed by

a hearty choucroute or chopped steak with chips.

Daily continuous service L&D. 7 rue Fbg Montmartre

(9 th ), 01.47.70.86.29. Mº Grands Boulevards

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Café de la Paix - Classic French (€€€)

This classic Parisian institution with its decor of

painted ceiling, pillars and murals is an elegant

place to watch the world go by over coffee,

light meals or drinks from its terraces. Fine fare is

featured in the restaurant. Daily B, L&D. 5 Place de

l’Opéra (9 th ), 01.40.07.36.36. Mº Opéra

Le Café Pouchekine - Café (€)

This delightful tea salon, the Paris branch of the

famous Moscow establishment, located in the

Printemps department store serves and sells

traditional Russian pastries and sweets in a beautiful

décor. Mon-Sat continuous. 64 blvd Haussmann (9 th ),

01.42.82.43.31. M° Havre-Caumartin

Le Lumière - Gourmet (€€€)

Enjoy lunch, dinner or tea beneath a magnificent

glass roof in this lovely place. There are

champagne and cheese trolleys and the dessert

trolley filled with traditional French pastries like

éclairs and millefeuilles is a fine ending to a meal

and a good reason to stop in for high tea. Daily

L&D. Hôtel Scribe,1 rue Scribe (9 th ), 01.44.71.74.20.

Mº Opéra

L’Opera Restaurant - Contemporary (€€€)

Located at the opera house, this restaurant with a

contemporary decor of white and red, offers up a

great view of the famous opera neighbourhood

and one of the city’s largest terraces. Daily B, L

& D 7am-midnight. Palais Garnier, Place Jacques

Rouché (9 th ), 01.42.68.86.80. Mº Opéra

Wepler - Brasserie (€)

Superb seafood platters, French onion soup,

homemade ice-cream and pastries are just some

of the classic delights at this Parisian landmark

nestled near Montmartre and Pigalle. Daily

8am12:30am.14 Place de Clichy (18 th ), 01.45.22.53.24.

Mº Place de Clichy

Around BAstiLLe (11 th , 12 th )

Blue Elephant - Thai (€€€)

Authentic Thai cuisine in a setting of lush

plants, orchids and a waterfall. Weekly arrivals

of herbs, spices, fruits and other goods direct

from Bangkok. The team of Thai chefs prepares

jumbo shrimp soup with lemon grass and lamb

Massamam among other specialties. 7/7 L& D,

Sun brunch & D. 43-45 rue de la Roquette (11 th ),

01.47.00.42.00. Mº Bastille

Septime - Classic French (€€€)

Traditional French fare featuring inventive marketbased

cuisine from the talented Bertrand Grébaut

is on the agenda here. Enjoy selective produce

and products like the Banka trout from the Basque

country with lentils and coriander in a relaxed

atmosphere. Tues-Fri L, D, Mon D only. 80 rue de

Charonne (11 th ), 01.43.67.38.29. Mº Charonne

Le Train Bleu - Classic French (€€€)

A magnificent, mirrored Belle Epoque restaurant

in the Gare de Lyon train station serving

classic French fare including lobster salad with

artichokes, sole meunière and steak tartare. Daily

B, L&D. Gare de Lyon, Place Louis Armand (12 th ),

01.43.43.09.06. Mº Gare de Lyon

Les Grandes Marches - Brasserie (€€)

A new ownership and a new décor have come

to this pillar of the Place de la Bastille. The

establishment serves up traditional French fare

and superb seafood platters. Daily B, L&D. 6 Place

de la Bastille (12 th ), 01.43.42.90.32. Mº Bastille

Around MontPArnAsse

(13 th , 14 th , 15 th )

Le Bar à Huîtres - Seafood (€€€)

This is the place to go for fabulous seafood

platters, finely prepared fresh fish dishes and

one of the best and most eclectic selections of

oysters in the French capital. Main course dishes

include French sea bass, lobster from Brittany

and filet of beef. Daily, noon-midnight. 112 blvd

Montparnasse (14 th ), 01.43.20.71.01. Mº Vanvin

Le Ciel de Paris - Gourmet (€€€)

Discover Paris from the 56 th floor of the

Montparnasse tower. With a breathtaking view,

enjoy one of their foie gras offerings or try the

delicious seafood. Daily L&D. 33 ave du Maine

(15 th ), 01.40.64.77.64. Mº Montparnasse

Le Gastroquet - Classic French (€€€)

This cosy comfortable restaurant serves up

delicious traditional French cuisine. You can

sample some briny oysters for starters or a salad

of coquilles Saint-Jacques. Mon-Sat L&D. 10 rue

Desnouettes (15 th ), 01.48.28.60.91. Mº Convention/

Porte de Versailles

Le Quinzieme - Fusion (€€€)

One-star star chef Cyril Lignac’s restaurant serves

a market-based cuisine of deliciously prepared

classics. All inclusive discovery, tasting and

champagne menus are also on the agenda. Tues-Fri

L&D, Sat D. 14 rue Cauchy (15 th ), 01.45.54.43.43. Mº Javel

troCAdéro & Porte MAiLLot (16 th , 17 th )

Bon - Fusion (€€€)

Asian inspiration and international influences

abound in this restaurant styled like a private

home and decorated by Philippe Starck. Enjoy

spicy vegetables, a wide selection of rolls, or a

Dim Sum for starters then move onto black cod

or sole tempura. Daily L&D. 25 rue de la Pompe

(16 th ), 01.40.72.70.00. Mº La Muette

Cristal Room Baccarat - Modern Classic (€€€)

A restaurant in the palatial headquarters of the

crystal manufacturer, serving rich modern cuisine:

lobster thermidor, dessert ravioli with cocoa,

parmesan and raisins. Mon-Sat L&D. 11 Place des

Etats-Unis (16 th ), 01.40.22.11.10. Mº Boissière

Jamin - Classic French (€€)

The legendary Parisian restaurant is enjoying

a renaissance, serving fine food in warm

surroundings complemented by welcoming

service all of which has earned it two Michelin

forks. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat, D only. 32 rue de

Longchamp (16 th ), 01.45.53.00.07. Mº Trocadéro

L’Auberge Dab - Classic French (€€€)

Ample leather wall seats, bay windows, salmon

drapes make for a most comfortable dining

experience. Start off with some snails from

Burgundy or a crab and endive salad seasoned

with curry followed by the duck breast in honey

and spices. Daily L&D. 161 ave de Malakoff (16 th ),

01.45.00.32.22. Mº Porte Maillot

L’Oiseau Blanc - Classic French (€€€)

This restaurant, bar and terrace on the top

floor of the Peninsula hotel features traditional

French dishes with a contemporary twist using

regional products. Daily L&D. 19 ave Kléber (16 th ),

01.58.12.67.30. M° Charles de Gaulle-Etoile

Monsieur Bleu - Contemporary (€€) This

restaurant serves excellent French contemporary

fare as well as international dishes. Tucked inside

the Palais de Tokyo its terrace has splendid

views of the Eiffel Tower. Daily, continuous from

12pm to 2am. 20 ave du President Wilson (16 th ),

01.47.20.90.47. M° Iéna

Shang Palace - Chinese (€€€)

This one-star restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel

serves authentic Chinese cuisine inspired by the

culinary traditions of southeast China. The art of

Cantonese fine dining comes to life in the main

room and three private dining rooms. Thurs-San,

L&D. 10 ave d’Iéna (16 th ), 01.53.67.19.92. Mº Iéna

CookinG And tAstinG CLAsses

L’Atelier Guy Martin

French chef Guy Martin offers a host of cooking

classes and workshops in state of the art kitchens.

Cook a quick lunch, learn how to prepare seasonal

products, after work cocktails with tapas and more.

35 rue de Miromesnil (8 th ), 01.42.66.33.33. M° Miromesnil

Le Cordon Bleu

Learn about food, wine and cooking at this culinary

institution for professionals. The school is one of the

leading providers of hands-on culinary training and

has Paris as a backdrop. 8 rue Léon Delhomme (15 th ),

01.53.68.22.50. M° Vaugirard

Lenôtre Cooking Classes

Every Wednesday classes in cooking begin in

Lenôtre’s cuisine workshops for children. Ages 8 to

11 will make a recipe or a pastry while for ages 12 to

17, be prepared to whip up an entire menu. Pavillon

Elysée Lenôtre, 10 ave des Champs-Elysées (8 th ),

01.42.65.97.60. M° Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau

Ô Chateau

Everyday Ô Chateau welcomes visitors for unique

wine tasting courses in a vaulted cellar of thick

stonewalls in a mansion that once belonged to the

Marquise de Pompadour. A Tour de France of wine

and a grands crus tasting are among the offerings

and high-end private group tastings for a maximum

of four people can be arranged. Ô Chateau is also

a wine bar and restaurant. 68 rue Jean-Jacques

Rousseau (1 st ), 01 44 73 97 80. M° Louvre-Rivoli

Key to dining prices per person for 3 courses without wine: € = 30€ or less, €€ = 31-50€, €€€ = 51-100€, €€€€ = 101-150€, €€€€€ = 150€ and above.

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By Sandra Iskander

ENTERTAINMENT

Shows | Events | Bars | Pubs | Clubs | Cabarets | Wine Bars | Casinos | Jazz Clubs

Love Circus

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Shows

West Side Story

For two nights only this month Le Grand Rex, the city’s iconic movie theatre, will be hosting the classic Broadway

musical, West Side Story. The event is quite unique as the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra will be performing

as the movie is shown on the big screen (in English with French subtitles). Delving you into the tale of rivalry

between the Jets and the Sharks, this fabulous performance will have you experience the story as you have never

experienced it before.

Le Grand Rex, 1 blvd Poissonnière (2nd)

01 45 08 93 89

Love Circus photos © Cyrille Jerusalmi

Love Circus

In the legendary Folie Bergère music

hall you will be dazzled by Love Circus,

a musical with humour, love and circus

acts! Set in a circus, the musical tells the

story of Rose and her sister Garance, who

together made a pact to never fall in love,

and whose lives are thrown into turmoil

when their sister Violette returns home

after 15 years and announces that she is

getting married. Questioning everything

about their pact, watch as the three

sisters manoeuvre their way through the

concept of love. Performed in French.

Showing through to the 11th of January

32 rue Richer (9th), 01 44 79 98 60

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Bars

Belanka Bar

Following last year’s

successful Bath Bar,

when the renaissance

Paris arc de Triomphe

Hotel welcomed luxury

bathtub brand aquamass

and hosted a unique

pop-up bar featuring

the brand’s latest tubs,

this year the hotel will be

featuring another popup

bar this time with

Belanka. Belanka, a brand

of outdoor furniture, will

be showcasing its latest

Transamac, a deckchair and

hammock hybrid, in the bar

where visitors are invited to

enjoy a cool cocktail while

relaxing on one of the four

Transamac on display.

From the 21st of the

month through to the

12th of February

39 ave de Wagram (17th),

01 55 37 55 57

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Bars

Bam!

Sing your heart out at the French capital’s

new karaoke bar, Bam Karaoke Box. The

chic bar boasts four private “boxes” that

can be privatised for groups of eight to

fifteen, allowing you to enjoy a few drinks

and sing your favourite tunes without

worrying about embarrassing yourself in

front of strangers. The boxes are sound

proof and with a playlist featuring 5000

songs as well as 2000 French songs you

can become the rock star you have

always believed yourself to be.

Reservations are advised.

30 rue Richer (9th),

01 48 00 94 65

Play and Escape

BAM © Barbara Siegel

If you enjoy playing virtual games and always wanted to actually be in the game, Mystery Escape is your dream come

true. Bringing to life the computer-based “room escape games”, Mystery Escape challenges you and your team mates

to escape from the room within 60 minutes. With a blend of mysteries and puzzles to be solved, your team will be

tested as you work your way through the obstacles. With adrenalin pumping and exciting special effects, this is a fun

way to spend an hour in the City of Light. Mystery Escape features 4 game rooms and can accommodate up to 20

people to play simultaneously. Reservations are advised. The game is in both French and English.

50 rue de Monceau (8th), 01 53 76 13 76

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Clubs

Sports and Beers

after recent renovations the Eden Park Pub has reopened with a sleeker look and has once again regained its place

as the hot spot for sport-loving gentlemen. The saint-Germain-des-Prés pub offers a friendly ambiance in a traditional

English pub décor where you can enjoy a couple of beers with the boys. Cocktails are also on the menu including the

saint Germain and if you need a snack the pub serves charcuterie and cheese platters to be enjoyed while watching live

matches shown on the flat screen TVs.

Open daily

10 rue Princesse (6th),

01 43 26 0 96

A Private Affair

The City of Light has just gotten

even brighter in the evening with

the opening of Manège. The

nightclub, which opened at the end

of last year, is an exclusive after dark

rendezvous for the city’s elite and

of course the visiting jetsetters. The

private club, located in the chic 8th

arrondissement on a quiet street,

is a perfect mix of a cosy salon and

a veritable club where the DJ will

hypnotise the clubbers with electro

sounds with a bit of hip-hop thrown

in to spice things up a bit.

Open Thursday to Saturday

4 rue Arsène Houssaye (8th),

06 69 15 20 03

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Cabarets

Mugler Follies

Mugler Follies photo © Christian Gautier © MTML / Manfred T.Mugler

CRAZY HORSE

A legendary cabaret synonymous

with beauty, elegance, sensuality and

sophistication. A show performed by 19

exceptionally beautiful dancers, bathed

in richly coloured and textured lighting

designs. The current show, Désirs is inspired

by the endless theme of femininity.

Sun-Fri at 8:15 & 10:45 pm,

Sat at 7:00, 9:30 & 11:45 pm.

www.lecrazyhorseparis.com

12 ave George V (8th), 01.47.23.32.32.

M° Alma-Marceau

PARADIS LATIN

Le Théâtre Latin was built in 1803 and

quickly became one of the chicest

addresses in the Latin quarter. The theatre

was re-built by Gustav Eiffel in 1889 and

renamed the Paradis Latin. The current

show, Paradis à la Folie!, is a magical feast for

the eyes and ears. Daily 8 pm.

www.paradislatin.com

28 rue du Cardinal Lemoine (5th),

01.43.25.28.28. M° Cardinal Lemoine/Jussieu

MOULIN ROUGE

This famous cabaret is home to the original

cancan. The current show, Féerie, sparkles

with talented performers, including the 60

Doriss girls and spectacular staging. Daily.

www.moulinrouge.fr. 82 blvd de Clichy (18th),

01.53.09.82.82. M° Blanche

MUGLER FOLLIES

This sexy review with original songs was

put together by Manfred T. Mugler, the

designer behind fashion label Thierry

Mugler. Dancers, acrobats and singers are

joined onstage with comedians, performers

and models in a vibrant show that reinvents

the traditional cabaret. Show starts at

8:45pm (doors open at 8:20).

www.muglerfollies.com. Le Comédia, 4 blvd

de Strasbourg (10th), 01.42.38.22.22.

M° Strasbourg-St-Denis

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bars & wine bars

The Ballroom

This sophisticated cocktail bar, frequented

by the beautiful people of the city, serves up

carefully mixed drinks in cosy seated areas.

58 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1 st ), 09.54.37.13.65.

M° Les Halles

Le Bar

The Left Bank hotel where Oscar Wilde died is

a trendy spot for a cocktail redecorated with

a voluptuous décor. 13 rue des Beaux-Arts (6 th ),

01.44.41.99.00. M° St-Germain-des-Prés

Bar du Plaza Athénée

Absolute chic, with a decor that includes an

impressive sculpted glass bar. 6pm-1:30am.

25 ave Montaigne (8 th ), 01.53.67.66.00. M° Franklin

D. Roosevelt

Bar Le Baudelaire

This congenial bar in the Burgundy hotel is akin

to an English club. Discover a host of creative

cocktails. 6-8 Rue Duphot (1 st ), 01.42.60.34.12.

M° Madeleine

Le Bar Brûlé

This bar inside the W Hotel is a wonderful spot

to enjoy drinks or cocktails from an eclectic

menu in elegant well-dressed company. Private

access is given to patrons as they step into a

predominately black space with colours coming

in through the bar from a street-art inspired

background. Tues-Sat 7pm-3am. 2 rue Meyerbeer

(9 th ), 01.77.48.94.94. M° Chaussée d’Antin La Fayette

Bar Lenox

Elegance, comfort and harmony are the

hallmarks of this cosy bar in the Hotel Lenox

right in the Saint Germain des Prés district.

9 rue de l’Université (7 th ), 01.42.96.10.95.

M° St-Germain-des-Prés

Le Bar Long

This posh bar located in the Royal Monceau

is a perfect spot for a sophisticated cocktail or

nightcap in a cosy setting. 37 ave Hoche (8 th ),

01.42.99.88.00. M° Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile

Le Bristol Bar

This discreet and elegant spot is ideal for

enjoying cosy drinks including a variety

of original cocktails and a fine selection of

champagnes. 112 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8 th ),

01.53.43.43.00. M° Miromesnil

La Closerie des Lilas

The bar of this mythical place remains magical.

Thankfully some things don’t change. 171 blvd du

Montparnasse (6 th ), 01.40.51.34.50. M° Vavin or RER

Port-Royal

Le Dokhan’s Champagne Bar

A stunning hotel bar replete with Louis

Vuitton elevator featuring a fine selection of

rare and classic champagnes. In the Radisson

Blu Le Dokhan’s Hotel. 117 rue Lauriston (16 th ),

01.53.65.66.99. M° Victor Hugo

Harry’s New York Bar

This landmark establishment is a fine place

to enjoy drinks at the roomy and frendly bar.

The traditional cocktail spot also serves up live

piano music starting at 10pm. 5 rue Daunou (2 nd ),

01.42.61.71.14. M° Opéra

Hotel Costes Bar

This chic bar and lounge is an ideal and

pricey Parisian spot for people watching in

a sumptuous décor. 239 rue St-Honoré (1 st ),

01.42.44.50.00. M° Tuileries

The Ice Kube

Chill out and sip 4 Grey Goose cocktails at

the city’s first ice bar. 1-5 passage Ruelle (18 th ),

01.42.05.20.00. M° La Chapelle

Juveniles

This cosy and welcoming wine bar serves up

fine French wines as well as wines from around

the world and you can purchase bottles to take

away. 47 rue de Richelieu (1 st ), 01.42.97.46.49.

M° Pyramides

Le Lucien Bar

Every detail here is perfect from the temperature

of the vintage white port to the dimensions of the

glasses for gin and tonic. Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière.

46 ave George V (8 th ), 01.40.69.60.00. M° George V

Moonshiner

This speakeasy bar near the Place de la Bastille

has an ambiance straight out of the 1920s

complete with jazz music playing in the

background. 5 rue Sedaine (11 th ), 09.50.73.12.99.

M° Bréguet-Sabin

Ô Chateau

You can taste over 40 different wines by the

glass in this fun wine bar, which has received

the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.

Vintage Bordeaux, Château d’Yquem and fine

champagnes are among the offerings. Nibbles

are available as is a full dinner menu that

changes weekly. 68 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau

(1 st) , 01.44.73.97.80. M° Louvre-Rivoli

Prescription Cocktail Club

This trendy bar is excellent for delicious and original

cocktails with cool music, friendly staff and tequila.

23 rue Mazarine (6 th ), 01.45.08.88.09. M° Mabillon

Le Rubis

This quintessential Parisian wine bar attracts a local

clientele into its relaxed atmosphere where you

can enjoy wines from the Beaujolais and Burgundy

regions among others. 10 rue du Marché St-Honoré

(1 st ), 01.42.61.03.34. M° Pyramides

casino

Casinos Barrière

France’s largest casino, with elegant decor, table

games and slots. Jacket and tie for men; no jeans

or running shoes. 3 ave de Ceinture, Enghien-les-

Bains, 01.39.34.13.17. Train from Gare du Nord

jazz clubs

Café Universel

Located near the Latin Quarter, this jazz club is

a welcoming and intimate setting where the

programme changes nightly. Vocal jam sessions

are held every Tuesday night. 267 rue Saint

Jacques (5 th ), 01.43.25.74.20. RER Luxembourg/Port

Royal

Caveau de la Huchette

This club in a vaulted cellar in the heart of the

Latin Quarter has been showcasing fine jazz

music for the past six decades. The spot is rife

with history, a Masonic lodge in the 18 th century,

the Knights Templar held meetings at this

location in the Middle Ages. 5 rue de la Huchette

(5 th ), 01.43.26.65.05. M° St-Michel

Duc des Lombards

One of Paris’ oldest jazz clubs magnificently

renovated by Andrée Putman’s collaborator, the

talented Elliot Barnes. The Duc also boasts one

of the best sound-systems in town and is now

known as the House of Jazz. Daily performances,

live recordings and a healthy mix of jazz man jams

make this the address for Jazz. 42 rue des Lombards

(1 st ), 01.42.33.22.88. M° Châtelet

Jazz Club Etoile

A true temple to jazz since it opened two

decades ago, the club has welcomed the likes of

Count Basie, B.B. King, Cab Calloway and Lionel

Hampton. Thurs-Sat. 81 blvd Gouvion Saint-Cyr

(17 th ), 01.40.68.30.42. M° Porte Maillot

New Morning

The legendary Parisian venue for jazz both classic

and eclectic has hosted the world’s jazz greats

© Fabrice Rambert

© Philippe Pierangeli

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for two decades: Art Blakey, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan

Getz... Devoted jazz fans come here to listen to

two hours of solid music and the crowd begins

to accumulate around 8 pm, so come early. 7-9

rue des Petites-Ecuries (10 th ), 01.45.23.51.41.

M° Château d’Eau

Gentlemen’s clubs

Pink Paradise

The first table-dancing show in Paris and

where everyone who still wants to party goes

after all the other clubs are done for the night.

Mon-Sat 10.30 pm-5 am. 59 rue de Ponthieu (8 th ),

06.34.57.40.19. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Secret Square

The French capital’s only aphrodisiac restaurant

and cabaret is a temple to glamour. Sensual

savours are featured on the Aphrodisiac Menu

like satay, sesame, hot peppers, cinnamon and

ginger accompanied by a fine selection of wines

and champagne. The show features 20 to 30

dancers in a jewel-box ambiance. 8:30pm-4am.

27 ave des Ternes (17 th ) , 01.47.66.45.00. M° Ternes

The Penthouse Club

The world famous Penthouse club in Paris offers

entertainment seven days a week from 10pm

to 5am. Beautiful dancers, two floors, and three

stages are all on the agenda in this venue just

off of the Champs-Elysées. 13/15 rue de Berri (8 th ),

01.53.53.86.00. M° George V

niGht clubs

Barock Club

This nightclub features a superb dance floor

surrounded by 12 private rooms. Soft pink

lighting is perfect for sipping champagne, fine

vodkas or drinks. Dress smart. Fri-Sat 12am-6am.

23 rue de Ponthieu (8 th ), 01.42.25.95.00.

M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

L’Arc Paris

Favoured by French and international

celebrities, enjoy cocktails and fine music

with a gorgeous view of the Arc de Triomphe.

The stunning décor has been designed by

Lenny Kravitz and his studio Kravitz Design.

The club has a great dance floor in black and

white veined marble, a fumoir and VIP loges.

Thurs-Sat 11pm-5am. 12 rue de Presbourg (16 th ),

01.53.57.40.82. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile

Le Baron

You can club until dawn at this celebrated and

celebrity filled night spot. Look your best to get

past the door. 6 ave Marceau (8 th ), 01.47.20.04.01.

M° Alma-Marceau

Le Cab

This restaurant/bar club is a Parisian hot spot for

the beautiful people. Make sure to call ahead or

you might not be able to enter. Tues-Sat 8pm

until late for the club, 8pm-11pm for dinner.

2 Place du Palais Royal (1 st ), 01.58.62.56.25.

M° Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre

Chacha Club

This Parisian nightspot plays host to a revolving

array of disc jockeys and special guests. The

clubby atmosphere is enhanced by a restaurant

replete with terrace and private dining rooms.

Mon-Sat, 8pm until midnight for the restaurant,

until dawn for the club. 47 rue Berger (1 st ),

01.40.13.12.12. M° Louvre-Rivoli

Club 79

This excellent spot for Parisian clubbing features

fine champagne by the bottle, a cocktail of the

week and a variety of musical programmes.

Chic and trendy. 22 rue Quentin Bauchart (8 th ),

01.47.23.69.17. M° George V

Le Duplex

Regulars appreciate the clubby and friendly

atmosphere at this comfortable Parisian club

replete with gastronomic restaurant whose

cosy atmosphere is highlighted by Chesterfield

armchairs. The huge dance floor in the

discoteque is a dancer’s dream. 2bis ave Foch

(16 th ), 01.45.00.45.00. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile

La Fidelité

This restaurant turns into a trendy club on

Thursdays and Fridays until 2:30am with a

revolving array of guest disc jockeys drawing

the well-heeled onto the dance floor. 12 rue de la

Fidelité (10 th ), 01.47.70.19.34. M° Gare de l’Est

Le Montana

This nightclub in the heart of the Saint-

Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood is one of the

capital’s trendiest and most select spots. The

bar is on the ground floor and the dance floor,

downstairs, in the vaulted cellars. 28 rue St Benoît

(6 th ), 01.44.39.71.00. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Le Paris Paris

This trendy nightclub features live concerts

and a refurbished large bar, the Shots Bar,

for enjoying shots. The club has a member’s

only VIP lounge, La Chambre Rouge. Tues-Sat

11pm-6am. 5 ave de l’Opéra (1 st ), 01.42.60.64.45.

M° Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre

Le Réservoir

A wonderful night spot to listen to excellent

music and discover new artists. The club has

a bar with a diverse selection of mojitos and

margaritas and restaurant serving excellent

dinners followed by entertainment, Tues-Sat.

Buffet jazz brunch on Sundays. 16 rue de la Forge

Royale (11 th ), 01.43.56.39.60. M° Faidherbe-Chaligny

Le Showcase

Located beneath the Alexandre III bridge, this

is a unique venue and as its name implies is a

showcase for musical talent providing a clubby

atmosphere. Fri-Sat 10 pm-6 am. Pont Alexandre

III, Port des Champs-Elysées (8 th ), 01.45.61.25.43.

M° Champs-Elysées Clémenceau

Le Social Club

Trendy spot for enjoying excellent live music,

tasty drinks and even a cigarette in the club’s

smoking room. 142 rue Montmartre (2 nd ),

06.84.80.99.40. M° Bourse

NY Club

This hot club is home to the best of electro DJs

and where fashionistas and stars are flocking to

for their showcases and their private parties. A

glamorous and cabaret-like ambiance awaits you.

130 rue de Rivoli (1 st ), 01.42.21.90.88. M° Louvre-Rivoli

Palais Maillot

A luxurious nightclub known for its gala

evenings. Fridays are fashion oriented

while Saturdays feature guest DJs. Fri-Sat

11:30pm-6am. 2 Place Porte Maillot (17 th ),

01.58.56.20.55. M° Porte-Maillot

Queen Club

Attracts a handsome crowd of youthful ultrachic

Parisians listening to music from some

of the capital’s finest DJs. 102 ave des Champs-

Elysées (8 th ), 01.53.89.08.90. M° George V

Raspoutine

This mythical Parisian venue remains an

authentic night spot to enjoy cocktails and

champagne in a splendid décor created by Erté.

58 rue Bassano (8 th ) 01.47.20.02.90. M° George V

Silencio

This private club, conceived and designed by

David Lynch, offers excellent cocktails, wine

and spirits, finger food and food tastings.

Non-members are admitted after midnight.

Members have access to films, concerts and

other performances. 142 rue de Montmartre (2 nd )

01.40.13.12.33. M° Sentier/Grands Boulevards

© Mathieu Bitton

© Eric Laignel

L’Arc Paris | Night Club (16 th ) Le Bar du Plaza Athénée | Bars & Wine Bars (8 th )

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R. DU C. DRIANT

R. GUÉNÉGAUD

HENRI

RUE DAREAU

BARBUSSE

R. DU VAL DE GRÂCE

RUE NICOLE R. DES

RUE MÉCHAIN

RUE JEAN DOLENT

R. FERRUS

RUE CABANIS

R. LEBAS

R. DES GRANDS

AUGUSTINS

FUNICULAIRE

GRANGE

BATELIÈRE

R. CADET

R. DU MAIL

R. ST-HONORÉ

FEUILLANTINES

RUE L. M.

RUE DE

MONTYON

RUE D'UZÈS

R. DES F.

RUE DE RUNGIS

RUE

MULLER

R. A. DEL SARTE

R. PICARD

RUE

TRÉVISE

RUE BERGÈRE

R. DU SENTIER

R. DU CONS.

RUE DES JEÛNEURS

R. P. ET M. CURIE

R. BOUSSINGAULT

R. NODIER R. P.

R. ST-FIACRE

MARCHÉ NEUF

RUE SAINT - DENIS

BOULEVARD DE SÉBASTOPOL

R. GRACIEUSE

RUE

PONT

ST-LOUIS

R. DE LOBAU

RUE BOBILLOT RUE BOBILLOT

LE COMTE

RUE BEAUBOURG

R. RAMBUTEAU

RUE

Q. DE LA TOURNELLE

ST-GERMAIN

MONGE

R. DU FER A MOULIN

BLANQUI

DUNKERQUE

R. DE CHABROL

R. LIMÉ

R. DAUBENTON

RUE CENSIER

AVENUE D'ITALIE

RUE

R. D'ALSACE

RUE MAX

R.

R. A. PERRET

R. DES

R.

HAUDRIETTES R. DES DES 4 FILS

R. DES

FR. MIRON

R. ST-LOUIS EN L'ILE

LEMOINE

MAUBEUGE

R. DES

PONT DE LA

FOSSÉS ST-BERNARD

RUE JUSSIEU

TOURNELLE PT. MARIE

R. DUMÉRIL

RUE DU BANQUIER

RUE

FRANCS

RUE CUVIER

R. GEOFFROY ST - HILAIRE

DE TOLBIAC

RUE

R. DU FAUBOURG SAINT - DENIS

BOULEVARD DE STRASBOURG

RUE DE TURB

R. DE

LUTÈCE

R. DU DELTA

R. PÉTRELLE

R. SAINT-DENIS

RUE

RUE DE CLÉRY

R. ST-HIPPOLYTE

NORDM A N N

TANNERIES

LYONNAIS

R. DES

RUE

R.

QUAI DE LA CORSE

R. DANTE

L'ESTRAPADE

R. VAUQUELIN

CH. DE L'ALOUETTE R. DES

RUE MYRHA

arc des

positions

Porte de

Champerret

Ternes

R. R.

Pereire-

Levallois

Pereire

NAVIGATE

The Guide

Parc Georges

Brassens

Wagram

Reception teams, documentation and

bookings are all available at the Paris

Convention and Visitors Bureau welcome

centres. Visitors are welcome seven days

PORTE DE

VERSAILLES a week in the main office located at 25

rue des Pyramides (1st), M° Pyramides.

Opening Hours: PORTE From May 2nd to October

DE BRANCION

PORTE

31st, 9am to 7pm and from November DE VANVES

1st to April 30th,10am to 7pm. Other

branches include Gare du Nord (10th),

Gare VANVES de l’Est (10th), Gare de Lyon (12th)

and Montmartre/Anvers (18th) M° Anvers.

www.parisinfo.com.

MONTROUGE

Courcelles

Porte

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Malesherbes

Monceau

Parc de

Monceau

Villiers

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Rome

RUE DE CO ULMIERS

FLORENTIN ST-GEORGE

PASSERELLE

R. DE SOLFÉRINO SOLFÉRINO

Europe

A4a

Place

de Clichy

Liège

PL. VICTOR

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9th ARRONDISSEMENT - Find the sumptuous

BLANCHE

RUE

9 e

7th ARRONDISSEMENT - Stroll the impeccable

Champ de Mars, visit Napoleon’s tomb at Les Invalides

Mouton

and see the Impressionists at the Musée d’Orsay. Duvernet

8th ARRONDISSEMENT - High fashion and galleries

are on Avenue Montaigne and Rue St-Honoré, while

the Place de la Madeleine offers gourmet food shops.

Opéra Garnier, and the ever-busy department stores

Galeries Lafayette and Printemps on the Boulevard

Haussmann.

PORTE

DE CHÂTILLON

10th ARRONDISSEMENT - Take a boat tour for a

closeup look at canal locks in action. The

Porte d’Orléans

quais de

PORTE

D'ORLÉANS

Jemmapes and Valmy are where you will find fun

boutiques and restaurants.

St-

Georges

Abbesses

Pigalle

Basilique du

Sacré-Cœur

Anvers

D'ABBEVILLE

Q. DE MONTEBELLO

ERASME BROSS. CALVIN

R. RATAUD

RUE

R.

STE-CÉCILE

QUAI DU

R. JEAN DE BEAUVAIS

R. DE

R. DES

R. BERGER

R. DU

DE LA

R. DE LA CITÉ

RUE TOURNEFORT

R.

THOUIN

POT DE FER

R. R. P. R. J.

BROCA

R. DE LA

PROVIDENCE

Barbès

Rochechouart

C ORD

R. POLONCEAU

R. DU RENARD

R. DU PONT LOUIS PHILIPPE

RUE

PONT DE SULLY

QUAI

RUE POLIVEAU

BOULEVARD SAINT-MARCEL

R. JEAN

RUE PINEL

BOULEVARD DE L'HÔPITA

AVENUE DE CHOISY AVENUE

AVENUE

RUE

VIEILLE

RUE DE RIVOLI

Q.DE

R. DU

L'ARCHEVÉCHÉ

R. DE CHARTRES

RUE

BLVD

DU

R. MICHEL

R. DU

TEMPLE

R. DES

BLVD DE

RUE DU CHÂTEAU D'E

RUE DU

RUE DES ARCH

RUE ST-MARTIN R. ST- MARTIN RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-MARTIN

R. ORTOLAN

R. DE L’

EPÉE DE BOIS

RUE BRILLAT SAVARIN

R. ST-V.

R. ST. V. DE PAUL

RUE D'ENGHIEN

RUE DE L'ECHIQUIER

ELIÈRES

R. DE LA

RUE DE

RUE MICHAL

R. ST-VICTOR

R. DES BERNARDINS

MAZAGRAN

R. LE BOUCHER

R. DES GOBELINS

R. BERNARD

RUE

R. MARTEL

R. AU MAIRE

R. DE JESSAINT

FIDÉLITÉ

QUAI DE L'HÔTEL DE VILLE QUAI DES CÉLESTINS

R. DE PONTOISE

CROULEBARBE

R. GÉRARD

COLLÉGIALE

R. ABEL

EPHENSON

R. TAYLOR

R. DE L'HÔTEL DE VILLE

BOULEVARD

R. DE LA VIST

RUE CAIL

AVE D

PORTE D

R. D

VINAIG

RUE BOULANGER

RUE MESLAY

NOTRE-DAME DE NAZARETH

R. DU VERTBOIS

R. DES GRAVILLIERS

GRENIER ST-LAZARE

R. VOLTA

R. DES VERTUS

R. PASTOURELL

R. DE LA VERRERIE ROI DE SICILE

R. DE POISSY

R. DE LA

R. VÉSALE

HOVELACQUE

ROSALIE

R. DU MOULIN DES PRÉS

BUTTE AUX CAILLES

PLACE

D’ESTIENNE-

D’ORVES

Poissonnière

Gare-

Argentine

St-Lazare

Trinité

10 e

St-Augustin

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d’Estienned’Orves

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de l’Est

Gare

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AUGUSTIN

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La Grande

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Charles-de-

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Triomphe

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Miromesnil

St-Augustin

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Opéra

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BEAUVAU

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Musée de

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Palais

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Jardin des Tuileries

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. DU

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3 e

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Musée du PLACE DU

des Halles Châtelet

PRINTEMPS

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Les Halles Centre

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Musée des

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Trocadéro

Cour

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R.

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Tour

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Musée

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Invalides

d’Orsay

Châtelet

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DAUPHINE

Hôtel de

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Champ

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de Mars

Monnaie

de Paris

7 e

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Tour

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Hôtel

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Champ

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Ecole

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PL.DU

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PLACE

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Mabillon

MICHEL

St-Sulpice

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St-Francois-

Sèvres

Xavier

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La Motte

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Jardins du Luxembourg

Limousines Paris Districts

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5th ARRONDISSEMENT - Where you will find the

FALGUIÈRE

Observatoire

Les Gobelins

young crowds hanging out at Place St Michel and on

de Paris

11th/12th ARRONDISSEMENT - The areas

Rue Mouffetard, Pernetya lively market street.

PLACE

Campo-Fornio

around the Bastille come alive at night with

DENFERT

6th ARRONDISSEMENT - The epitome ROCHEREAU

PL. DE LA

14 e of Left Bank nightclubs and bars.

St-Jacques

Denfert

PORTE DE

intellectual chic, with luxury shops and famous cafés.

OBJETS

Plaisance

Rochereau

ERSAILLES Porte VISITORS BUREAU

13th/14th/15th ARRONDISSEMENT

SQ. RENÉ

- The Tour

de Versailles

TROUVÉS

LE GALL

Glacière

Place

d’Italie

St-Vincentde-Paul

QUAI DE BOURBON

QUAI

R. SCIPION

RUE

SŒUR

R. P. GUÉRIN

Gare

du Nord

D'O RLÉANS

Montparnasse is surrounded by traditional crepe

restaurants while Chinatown is found near Place

d’Italie.

16th/17th ARRONDISSEMENT - The Place du

Trocadéro offers a picture-perfect view of the Eiffel

Corvisart

Tower.

18th ARRONDISSEMENT - Near the Sacré Coeur,

portrait artists crowd around the Place du Tertre.

Down the hill in Pigalle, watch the dancers at the

Moulin Rouge.

19th/20th ARRONDISSEMENT - Paris’s famous

neighbourhood where you can pay your respects

to Parc Oscar de Wilde and Jim Morrison at the Père

Montsouris

Lachaise cemetery.

LE BRUN

R. DES

R. RUBENS

QUAI DE BÉTHUNE

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Tolbiac

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Paris is crossed by 14 Métro lines

and five RER (express suburban)

lines, all numbered and named for

their final destination (terminus). Did

you know that there are 300 stations

that make up Paris’ metro system

Each Métro trip requires one ticket

regardless of how many transfers

you make, though you must buy an

extra ticket for the RER outside the

city limits. Keep your ticket until

you exit.

Tickets are sold in all stations

and in cafés (tabacs) with a ticket

sign outside, single (1.70€/2€ if

purchased on a bus) or by 10 (un

carnet - 13.70€). This map includes

the new tramway line.

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travel on the Métro and buses (1-

day 10.85€, 2-day 17.65€, 3-day

24.10€, 5-day 34.70€). The Métro

and RER start running at 5:30am,

and stop around 1 am.

While the Métro is an extremely

safe way to travel, watch out for

pickpockets in crowded trains

and stations. For information in

English, call the transportation

company (RATP) directly at

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My Paris

Jean-Marc Flaunet

HEAD CONCIERGE AT PARIs MARRIOTT OPERA AMbAssADOR HOTEl

16 Haussmann

4 Roues Sous

un Parapluie

Passage des Panoramas

If one of our readers was in Paris for only

24 hours, what would you recommend

him to do

start with the covered passageways,

Passage Jouffroy and Passage des

Panoramas that are found off the Grands

Boulevards, and then head to Musée

Jacquemart-andré before lunching at 16

Haussmann. Continue your promenade

on the Left Bank at the Luxembourg

Garden, along rue soufflot, pass the

Pantheon and stop for a romantic dinner

at La Closerie des Lilas.

For our readers who are looking for

a traditional Parisian bistro serving

authentic French cuisine, where would

you book them a table

at Les Lyonnais, an alain Ducasse bistro

located not too far from the Louvre or at

La Tour d’argent for the history and the

view, or at Ze Kitchen Gallery for chef

William Ledeuil’s inventive cuisine.

Paris is well-known for its magnificent

monuments, from where would you

suggest our readers get the best view

of the city

From the Hyatt regency Bar at night,

from the top of the Pantheon and from

the rooftop of Printemps department

store.

It’s not always easy for our readers to

find somewhere fun to head to at 2am,

where would you recommend they

party till dawn

L’arc, which recently reopened, is an

exceptional club and is very close to the

Champs-Elysées. i would also recommend

Castel, a chic and dandy club on the Left

Bank and there is also Le bus Palladium,

which is more of an eccentric place.

As the fashion capital, which areas do

you think showcase the best fashions

The Madeleine and saint-Germain-des-

Prés areas.

For a couple in love where would you

recommend they go for a romantic

dinner

La Grande Cascade, a charming table in

the Bois de Boulogne with an old-world

décor that sets the right mood for your

romantic dinner.

What have you recently discovered

in Paris that you would advise guests

to see

The romantic Picnic Basket Tour on a 2CV

or a Ds with 4 roues sous un Parapluie,

and i also recently discovered the

académie Equestre de Versailles where i

saw the Bartabas Horse show.

My perfect day

9am a nice cup of coffee at Fauchon

12pm spending the morning at the Bon

Marché

3pm Walking along the Coulée Verte from

Bastille to Canal saint-Martin

9pm Dinner at the Pantruche, a gourmet

bistro found on rue Victor Massé on the

way to Montmartre

Fauchon Paris

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Your Guide to the World

Fauchon Paris, Le Cafe © Luc Boegly; 4 Roues Sous 1 Parapluie © Damien Keller; Passage des Panoramas © Fausto Mazza

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