An Enjoyable Marché Edgar Quinet Visit

Marché Edgar Quinet

MARCHE EDGAR QUINET IS AN OPEN MARKET IN THE 14TH ARRONDISSEMENT: Montparnasse is a district that we didn’t managed to visit during our previous visits to Paris. With so much to see and do in the centre of Paris, Montparnasse often gets bypassed. But on this trip we had a special reason to come to […]

Le Procope – A Place of Rendezvous Through History

Le Procope, Famous Paris Restaurant

For Centuries, Le Procope Has Been a Meeting Place for the Literary Elite and Politicians: The times when we’ve strolled down the Cour du Commerce Saint André, a small cobbled pedestrian street of in the Latin Quarter, we’ve always stopped by the rear façade of Le Procope, one of the famous restaurants in Paris. It’s […]

Rue Mouffetard – A Lively and Busy Food Street

A busy rue Mouffetard

Rue Mouffetard is both Bohemian and Multicultural: Like rue Cler and rue Montorgueil, rue Mouffetard , in the 5th arrondissement, is another of the famous food and market streets in Paris. In fact this lively and busy pedestrian-only street is one of the oldest, having been built during Roman times. Visitors to rue Mouffetard will […]

Rue Cler – A Famous Food Street in the 7th Arrondissement

Rue Cler, 7th Arrondissement

Rue Cler, in Paris 7th Arrondissement, is Famous as a Market Street: Rue Cler is a street in the 7th arrondissement that begins in the north at rue Saint-Dominique and ends in the south at Avenue de la Motte Picquet. For the many visitors who come in search of rue Cler, the interesting part of […]

Marché Président Wilson – A Paris Market with Great Food

Marché Avenue du Président Wilson

Marché Président Wilson is Noted for its Quality Food: If you love food, you’ll most certainly love the markets in Paris. Of the food markets that we visited in Paris, the Marché Président Wilson on Avenue du Président Wilson is my favourite. This large market in the 16th arrondissement has beautiful flowers, the freshest of fruits […]

Marché des Enfants Rouges – A Paris Market in Le Marais

Les Enfants Rouges

Marché des Enfants Rouges – One of the Oldest Covered Markets in Paris: Marché des Enfants Rouges is said to be one of the oldest covered markets in Paris. But when you visit this traditional food market in the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find nothing old about it. It has the season’s fruit and vegetables, fresh […]

Wine Tasting in Paris at O’Chateau

O-Chateau Paris

Enjoy French Wine-Tasting in the Heart of Paris at O’Chateau : For anyone interested in tasting French wines during their holiday in Paris, O Chateau is a wine-tasting company that offers visitors the opportunity to learn about French wines and engage in wine-tasting in the heart of Paris. O Chateau was one of the attractions […]

Le Temps des Cerises – A Popular Marais Bistrot

Le Temps de Cerises

Le Temps des Cerises is a Marais Restaurant with Interesting and Good Food: Le Temps des Cerises is another of our neighbourhood Marais bistrot-wine bar and one that is very popular with locals and tourists alike. No matter what time of day, morning, lunch or dinner, there are always customers hanging around this Marais restaurant. […]

Calle 24 – A Cuban Bistrot in the Heart of the Marais

Calle 24, Marais

For a Taste of Cuban, Calle 24 is a Bistrot that Serves Tapas: When Tony suggested a casual tapas dinner at Calle 24, I was all for it. Just the mention of tapas was enough to secure my buy-in as we both love tapas, and it’s a nice change from French cuisine. Calle 24, at […]

Dinner at the Vins des Pyrénées, a Marais Restaurant

Vins des Pyrenees

Vins des Pyrénées – A Traditional Bistrot in the Heart of the Marais: Vins des Pyrénées is a bistrot that’s just three minutes walk from our Marais apartment. Olivier, the owner of our apartment recommended this bistrot to us, saying that the wine is very good and that he often dines here when he is […]