Have you ever walked past this building on rue la Fayette in the 10th arrondissement and wondered why the windows
Discover the history of the lesser known triumphal arches in Paris, the Porte Saint-Martin and Porte Saint-Denis.
Culture, relaxation, good food and shopping all in one street in Paris' 10th arrondissement.
An ethical taste of Italy right next to Canal Saint Martin.
The easy-to-miss passages on the Right Bank offer a hidden glimpse of 19th century Paris in the middle of "tourist" Paris. Our top 5 picks.
This place ticks all the boxes: both intimate & grand, great food, drinks, music and engaging exhibitions. Wherever you happen to be living or visiting in Paris, make this your hangout.
A market from 1854 that has survived despite being built around and above
One of the longest covered streets in Paris, with cheap eats and the scent of spice in the air.
This place is called Sesame on Canal Saint Martin and is where you will find me on most afternoons working on my laptop, sipping a freshly squeezed juice and munching on a New York style bagel. It serves up one of the best brunches in Paris I have seen thus far, and has a New York-style inspired menu with toasted bagels and all the healthy fillings from cream cheese and salmon to roast beef and mustard.