Party Earth Review Facing an array of shops on bustling rue des Archives, Les Marronniers offers people-watchers a stellar terrace experience in the heart of the über liberal Marais. Afternoons see the many wicker chairs under the venue’s deep red awning fill with chatty students, buff gay couples, and groups of girlfriends dissecting the ... more
18 Rue des Archives
Party Earth Review In operation since the late 1700s, Marché D’Aligre is a resoundingly budget-friendly market that features a massive assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses, meats, ethnic curios, vintage wares, and flea market flotsam among its many stalls. Given how easy it is to find a kilo of oranges or a big carton of fresh ... more
Party Earth Review Situated on a picturesque corner near the banks of Canal St. Martin, La Bulle (The Bubble) is a charming café perfect for a relaxing glass of wine. High ceilings and a neutral color scheme create a light and airy space true to the venue’s name, while café tables and plush seating provide ample areas for the clusters of ... more
48 Rue Louis Blanc
Party Earth Review Just one of the many venues in the Costes chain of bars and restaurants, Café Beaubourg is set apart by its high-traffic location near the Centre Pompidou between Les Halles and the Marais. A place to see and be seen, the café is easily recognizable by the immense white awning that covers the outdoor terrace and the crowd ... more
43 Rue Saint-Merri
Party Earth Review Built as a hunting lodge on a bet between Marie Antoinette and the Count of Artois, the elegant Bagatelle Chateau and Gardens in the Bois de Boulogne now form the stunning backdrop to a program of cultural events, concerts, and an annual rose competition. The Bagatelle restaurant itself, which serves lunch and dinner year ... more
42 Route de Sèvres à Neuilly
Reviewed by Amanda D.
"My Take: Boulevard Haussmann is a shopper’s dream! The 2,53 kilometre long road is lined with trees, shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and hotels. If yo ..." more
Bar / Mexican Restaurant
Party Earth Review Owned by two New Yorkers, a Colombian, and a Mexican, Candelaria is a lively little joint that attracts a youthful, international crowd with its authentic Mexican cuisine – a tough find in Paris – as well as its quirky cocktail creations put together by a mixologist from the Experimental Cocktail Club. At the front is ... more
52 Rue de Saintonge
Party Earth Review Downtown New York comes to Paris at Promenade Lounge, the laid-back sister café bar to Boulevard de Sebastopol’s Café Le Pavillon. Classy and relaxed, the venue exudes a Big Apple vibe with its indoor/outdoor setup and sidewalk seating, popular with students and daytrippers who settle in on the comfy black and red chairs ... more
44 Rue Louvre
Reviewed by Susana M.
"It is not easy to find a cheap restaurant, in Paris, where we can try the typical "french cuisine". At the Bouillon Chartier, we not only have traditi ..." more
7 rue du Faubourg Montmartre
Reviewed by Amanda D.
"My Take: Rodin Museum is dedicated to the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, and houses around 6600 sculptors and 8000 drawings he made during his career. ..." more
Party Earth Review Rumors abound about Harry’s New York Bar, with regulars swearing it’s the oldest cocktail bar in Europe, and doing so with the kind of pronounced assuredness only a silver-foxed Frenchman can portend. The scuttlebutt is equally firm that the Bloody Mary, White Lady, and Sidecar were all invented behind the bar, much to ... more
5 Rue Daunou