by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of Le Comptoir du Relais
Whether you’re looking to run with the café set or the denizens of fine-dining panache, Paris has a table set for you. History lurks in the corners of many of the city’s eateries so lift a glass to the past as you look to the future of cuisine.
Multi-course modern French meals with Japanese influences.
Chez L’ami Jean
A small bistro known for its fantastic Basque cuisine.
French dishes that reflect what's in season.
Known for flavorful and inventive vegetable creations.
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
High-quality dishes prepared in an open view kitchen.
Le Comptoir du Relais
A thirties-style bistro with 21st-century flair.
Maison de la Truffe
Store and convivial restaurant specializing in truffles.
An underground wine cave and bar with a modern dining room.
French and Chinese cuisine melded together effortlessly.
"Good Americans, when they die, go to Paris." —Oliver Wendell Holmes
FEATURED // Musée d'Orsay
FEATURED // Ô Chateau
FEATURED // Le Comptoir du Relais
FEATURED // colette
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