A regular in Elle and other French glossies, this recently overhauled spa lounging in a medieval wine cellar with old stone walls and...
Some people will say that the ‘Drummer’, a Paris mecca for night owls, with generously long hours and friendly service, is a restaurant....
This bakery was opened in 1730 by the Polish pastry chef of queen consort Marie Leczinska (wife of Louis XV). Specialities include its...
64 rue Tiquetonne, 2e · interesting places nearby
A Parisian institution, Kiliwatch gets jam-packed with hip guys and gals rummaging through racks of new and used streetwear. Startling vintage range of hats and boots plus art/photography books, eyewear and the latest sneakers.