Marché de St-Honoré
Octagonal place Vendôme and the arcaded and colonnaded buildings around it were constructed between 1687 and 1721. In March 1796...
In the centre of the square, this column consists of a stone core wrapped in a 160m-long bronze spiral made from hundreds of Austrian...
École Ritz Escoffier
This prestigious cooking school is based in what is arguably Paris’ finest hotel (though you also enter from 38 rue Cambon, 1er). A...
Harry’s New York Bar
One of the most popular American-style bars in the prewar years, Harry’s once welcomed writers like F Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest...
Ace Gourmet Bento
It’s as cheap as chips, a mug of sweet lemon tea gets you change from €2, and punters can eat in or take away. In the heart of Paris’...
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This monumental glass hall (Ricardo Bofill, 1996) of offices and shops replaces an unsightly parking garage (now underground) and evokes the wonderful passages couverts (covered shopping arcades) that begin a short distance to the northeast.