Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.


Paris was called “a moveable feast” by Ernest Hemingway and for the abundance of superb food and drink, Paris is paradise. The elegant city and its residents are lovers of bread, wine, and sauce and have endless ways to do it. Whether at the annual bread festival la Fete du Pain or at the secluded Chef’s Table at Le Meurice in the secret basement peering into Jocelyn Herland 's kitchen, every experience in Paris is exceptional.

With all of the seductive dining options Paris has to offer, it can be tempting to indulge whenever you’d like but hours are strict with lunch served from 12:30 to 2:30pm and dinner from 8 to 10pm . Wine bars may have more flexible hours and brasseries tend to serve all day. French fries and mussels cooked in a garlicky white wine and cream broth is a brasserie staple that is good any time of year.

With the world turning towards natural wines, Paris is leading the way, drinking less Burgundy, Bordeaux, and even Champagne in favor of a purer pour. The city brings wine and cocktail drinking into the future with various apps to help you drink better, using Bar Tab 2.0 technology and subscription based cocktail clubs.

A turn toward contemporary wine drinking and attention to detail in the culinary craftsmanship of daily provisions like bread and cheese makes Paris a gourmand s dream. Remember your local etiquette, don’t forget bonjour, Merci, and bonne journée , greeting and thanking everyone you meet. Paris appreciates the polite.

a pair of hands cupping cacao beans
Salon du Chocolat 2022
The world’s largest event dedicated to chocolate and cocoa returns to the Porte de Versailles in Paris for its 27th editition, from 28 October to 1
Parabere Forum 2021
The 7th edition of Parabere Forum, the annual global summit empowering women in hospitality, will be held virtually from Paris on 26 September at 13
Alan Geaam: Where to Eat in Paris
Alan Geaam is one of the most popular chefs on the Parisian food scene.
Alain Passard
Cook with Chef Alain Passard's Vegetables from the Arpège Garden
French chef Alain Passard is selling the seasonal produce from his restaurant three-Michelin-star Arpège's vegetable garden.
Paris bars closing
Bars Closed in Paris, New Rules for Restaurants
In Paris, Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, restaurants can open Monday, 5 October, provided they respect a reinforced health protocol.
Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower Chef Anton Talks Up French Gastronomy's Return to Glory
Chef and owner of the Eiffel Tower's iconic Jules Verne restaurant says he is confident that French astronomy will return to glory after the coronavirus.
Restaurant empty
French Court Orders Insurer to Cover Restaurant's Coronavirus Costs
A French court has ruled that an insurer must cover a restaurant’s
Marc Veyrat
Chef Bans Michelin Inspectors from His New Paris Restaurant
The chef at the heart of the 'Cheddar Gate' scandal has opened a new restaurant in Paris and Michelin inspectors are not welcome.
Yannick Alleno
Three-Star Chef in Paris Seeks Recruits
Yannick Alleno is seeking Chef de commis for all three of his Michelin starred restaurants at Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris. Here's how to apply.
The Michelin Guide France 2020: Three New Three-Star Restaurants
The Michelin Guide to France 2020 has been announced with three brand new three-stars and eleven new two-star restaurants added to the list.
Paris cocktail week
Paris Cocktail Week
Take your pick of 50 participating bars across Paris in the week dedicated to cocktails.
salon du fromage
Salon du Fromage 2020
Discover over 210 European and US cheeses at the 15th edition of the French cheese and dairy show.