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In this issue we celebrate both the arts and fashion and bring you our Merging into Margiela feature. He is one of the fashion world’s most enigmatic designers and in our story we take you on a tour of two exhibitions celebrating the great Martin Margiela before we help you embrace the slow life in our A Provençal Getaway feature where the French countryside awaits with open arms slowly drenching you in its charms. Spending time in Paris would of course be incomplete without a spot of shopping and so in our Shopping section we bring you all the latest trends as well as our Summer Days photo shoot with our favourite looks for Paris’s glamorous hotel pools and for your

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Float over Paris ALL MONTH The weather is clearing and the hot air balloon season is open again allowing visitors to discover different regions just outside of Paris in a fun and romantic way. Discover the Château de Fontainebleau like never before from high above the ground aboard a France Montgolfières hot air balloon with the one-hour flight a wonderful way to take in the chateau from a bird’s eye view and to getter a better perspective of its perfectly manicured grounds. You can reserve your place by visiting www.france-balloons.com

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Louboutin Manis FROM JUNE 18 After a successful run over the festive season, the Mandarin Oriental Paris Hotel is again welcoming the Christian Louboutin Nail Bar. Through to the 7th of July, the nail bar will be luxuriously popping up in an alcove, where you will be treated to a manicure like you have never experienced before, starting with an essential oil hand treatment and ending with perfect summer-appropriate coloured talons. Reservations are essential and can be made by calling 01 70 98 73 35. The Nail Bar is open from Monday to Saturday.

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Just Jazz THROUGH TO JUNE 4 Spending time in Paris and enjoying a jazz concert is one of the things many people dream of and this month through to the 4th, the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Jazz Festival is making musical dreams come true. Jazz concerts will be held throughout the Parisian neighbourhood of Saint-Germain in different cafés and concert halls including Maison des Océans who will be welcoming singer Camille Bertault on Saturday the 2nd of June who will be performing with saxophone player Stéphane Guillaume and Donald Kontomanou on drums. You can visit www.festivaljazzsaintgermainparis.com for the full programme.

Free concerts are being held all around the city as part of the annual Fête de la Musique music festival. Pop, rock, jazz, whatever your preference in music may be, you will definitely find entertainment to suit your favourite sounds while taking in the gorgeous sites of the City of Light with a majority of the concerts taking place outdoors. Visit www.fetedelamusique.culture.fr for the full programme.

Fashion Week JUNE 19 Today marks the first day of the Men’s Fashion Week when designers showcase all the Spring/Summer 2019 trends all fashionable gentlemen will be rocking next year. The important fashion event will see runway shows organised through to the 24th of the month, though if you cannot get a frow seat to any of the shows, don’t worry as the city itself transforms into a fashionable platform with interesting looks parading all around the Fashion Capital. w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 9


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JUNE 10 Make sure you get your ticket for the most important match of the French Open, the men’s final, which is taking place today on the courts of the Roland Garros stadium, closing off the French Open for another year. Visit rolandgarros.fft-tickets.com/uk for all ticketing information.

French Made ALL MONTH Through to the 15th of July Rue du Vertbois in the 3rd arrondissement is welcoming not one but ten pop-up boutiques transforming the street into La Rue du Made in France. The ephemeral event will see over 80 brands being showcased and showing off the French savoir-faire in everything from fashion to beauty items as well as the country’s culinary flair. This is definitely one of the best spots for shoppers who are looking for only Made in France gems. Go to www.laruedumadeinfrance.fr for a list of all the brands you can find.

Playing Games at the Opera FROM JUNE 9 Test your knowledge and discover the famous Parisian opera house like never before by taking part in one of the world’s most unique escape games. Inside Opéra is the ultimate game daring participants to follow in the footsteps of Phantom of the Opera and to break the curse that was placed on him. This is a great activity for anyone who loves quizzes and being afforded a pass to discover the backstage areas of a world monument. Tickets are available at www.inside-infos.fr. Place de l’Opéra (9th), 08 25 84 07 01 10 W H E R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

JUNE 2 GET BEAUTY PARIS This show brings together some 80 beauty and fashion influencers of France. On the agenda are encounters with the influencers, beauty, fashion, wellness and decoration activities and workshops. The show is open from 9:30am to 7pm. www.getbeautyparis.com Parc Floral de Paris, Route de la Pyramide (12th)

JUNE 7-10 CARRÉ RIVE GAUCHE Antique dealers and art galleries in the 6th and 7th arrondissements present fine works, special exhibitions and exceptional pieces at this artful event. This year’s theme is La Dolce Vita and related objects and works will be featured in the galleries. The galleries are open from 11am to 7pm. www.carrerivegauche.com Located on the Left Bank on and around the Quai Voltaire, rue de l’Université, rue du Bac, rue de Verneuil, rue de Lille, rue de Beaune and rue des Saints-Pères (7th)

JUNE 15-17 SALON DE LA PATISSERIE This festive and gourmet show, being held for the first time, is devoted to pastries and pastry making. The show brings together leading pastry chefs and craftsmen, 200 exhibitors, 50 pastry making classes and three official competitions. The show is open from 10am until 7pm, and until 6pm on the 17th. www.lesalondelapatisserie.fr Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th)

JUNE 22-24 TRANOI This international fashion trade show presents men’s, women’s and mixed fashions along with accessories. The event, whose name means between us in Italian, brings together emerging designers as well as contemporary and leading brands and features installations, runway shows, parties and a host of special events. The show is open from 10am to 7pm and until 6pm on the 24th. www.tranoi.com Palais Brongniart, 16 Place de la Bourse (2nd)

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This show is all about natural and holistic living with stands carrying organic foods, health and beauty products, home furnishings, objects and more. Nature-oriented activities are also among the offerings. There are conferences, workshops, cooking classes, a wellbeing space for meditation and a space devoted to recycling. The show is open from 10:30am to 7pm and until 6pm on the 4th. www.salon-naturally.fr Paris Expo, 1 Place de la Porte de Versailles (15th)


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Merging into Margiela By Patricia Valicenti

The Palais Galliera show, which retraces his career from the springsummer 1989 collection through to the spring-summer 2009 collection is the first retrospective devoted to Margiela in Paris. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Anvers in the fashion department, he would become the only Belgian designer of his generation to establish himself in Paris. Recycled materials, unique lines, oversized clothing, solid colours, particularly white, which he used in a myriad of nuances, are among the hallmarks of the clothing designed by Martin Margiela, regarded as one of the most influential designers of his generation yet ever enigmatic through his absence from the runway, from interviews and from the camera. Even his name is absent from the label inside of his clothes, just a plain blank white label. He brought out some 40 collections for his house, the Maison Martin Margiela, in the three decades covered in the show and during which he was active. The exhibition is designed in such a way that the visitor literally 12 W HE RE PA R I S I J U N E 2018

Exhibition Photos © Marina Faust; The nave of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris © MAD, Paris Photo Philippe Chancel

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he Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela is being honoured in the French capital with two comprehensive exhibitions exploring the various facets of this creator who has remained, throughout his career, out of the public eye. The Palais Galliera, the city’s museum devoted to fashion, is presenting a retrospective entitled Margiela/Galliera 1989/2009, while the Decorative Arts Museum, now known as MAD, is hosting a show entitled the Hermès Years showcasing Margiela’s tenure as the luxury house’s artistic director for women’s ready-to-wear.


Opposite page (from top left): Martin Margiela’s elegant black skirt for the Hermès autumn-winter collection 2002-2003, at the MAD exhibition, a look from Martin Margiela for the Maison Martin Margiela’s autumn-winter 1991-1992 collection, as shown at the MAD exhibition, and the nave of the MAD

Martin Margiela, narrow suit jacket, Fall-winter 1989-1990 Wool sheet Photo © Julien Vidal / Galliera / Roger-Viollet; Photo Scénographie © Pierre Antoine

This page (left to right): A narrow suit jacket by Margiela for his fall-winter 1989-1990 collection, on show at the Palais Galliera, and an in situ view of one of the exhibition spaces at the Martin Margiela retrospective at the Palais Galliera

comes face to face with the garments and accessories, the long, flowing flattering skirts, the pea coats, the Japanese-inspired ankle boots with the separated toes, the oversize collection (size 78-Italian), the 18th century jabots, all offering up the patchwork of unique and original approaches to fashion that render Margiela’s style unique and everlasting. Visitors to the show will enjoy his apron skirts made from old silk scarves unearthed at flea markets and which are bursting with prints in a departure from the designer’s propensity for solid colours. These skirts, too, are a prime example of the designer’s use of recycled materials just like the quilt transformed into his iconic immense coat exuding ultimate comfort and wellbeing, which was brought out in 1999 on the eve of a new millennium. The show also underscores another of his creative departures embodied by his tapered shoulders, a reaction to the big padded shoulders so prevalent, even predominant in the 1980s, which ironically would be followed years later by his completely destructured jackets with voluminously wide yet unstructured shoulders. Another Margiela touch was all about turning linings into garments in and of themselves, pieces of sheer comfort. The show is played out in a chronological fashion and brings together some 130 designs, videos of the fashion shows, documents and special installations. The show also demonstrates how Margiela would innovate in the conception of fashion through his unusual venues for his shows, like a Salvation Army depot or an abandoned lot outside of Paris in which the local children joined in the show. Meanwhile, at the MAD, the museum devoted to the decorative arts, another Martin Margiela show, entitled the Hermès Years, is being played

out focusing on the period from 1997 to 2003 during which Margiela collaborated with the French luxury house as the artistic director for the women’s ready-to-wear collections. Working in strict collaboration with the house’s studios and workshops, he created 12 consecutive collections filled with comfortable, classy pieces espousing the luxury of simple style. The designs for Hermès are juxtaposed with those he designed for his own house, the Maison Martin Margiela during the same time period. Among the 120 silhouettes, outfitted with accessories, on display are stunning signature long lengths bestowing upon the wearer willowy elegance, the oversized shirts, the trim pants, a belted tunic all speaking the “it’s never out of style” language. The show marks the first time that the ready-to-wear collections designed by Margiela for Hermès compared to his designs for his own house have been shown to the Parisian public. The juxtaposition demonstrates the designer’s ability to create two distinct styles over the same period of time. The show was first put on by MoMu, the fashion museum of Antwerp. The two shows with their comfortable clothes leave you winding up wanting to meet the man, the very anonymous man, who combined elegance and comfort so aristocratically while leaving out any notion of pretence. MAD Exhibition showing through to September 2nd 107 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01 44 55 57 50 PALAIS GALLIERA Exhibition showing through to July 15th 10 ave Pierre Ier de Serbie (16th), 01 56 52 86 00 w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 13


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The spectacular Gorge du Verdon (opposite page) and the lovely lavander in Provence

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t has been ten years since France held a Formula One race and now the 24th of June marks the return date of the Grand Prix de France in Castellet, with the South of France welcoming the sporting event at the Circuit Paul Ricard. With the world focusing on the world’s best racing car drivers we have turned our attention at the region with the best hotels, spas and restaurants to discover in between watching the world’s best zooming around. With all eyes on Castellet, the Hotel & Spa du Castellet will be without a doubt on many visitors’ list of places to discover. Besides its proximity to the Circuit Paul Ricard, the five-star establishment is a wonderful discovery for visitors looking to unwind and indulge in award-winning cuisine. Winner of the 2017 Prix Villégiature award for Best Hotel Restaurant in Europe, the hotel restaurant is a three Michelin star table that showcases the culinary talents of chef Christophe Bacquié. While the menu changes regularly with the chef using only the freshest seasonal produce, one of his signature dishes that is always the star of the menu is the Aioli Moderne, a fresh bouquet of vegetables served with a creamy aioli sauce, bringing the tastes of Provence to your table. Another highlight at this fine table is the cheese course, while most restaurants bring the cheese trolley to you, here at the Christophe Bacquié Restaurant, diners are invited into the cheese cellar where a plethora of different French cheeses are fantastically displayed. The Hotel & Spa du Castellet also boasts a 6-hole golf course for avid golfers looking to work off any extra wine and cheese they may have indulged in. Recognised by the French Golf Federation, the course is located in the heart of the hotel’s gorgeous park. And for visitors looking to prolong the bliss of being away and in the countryside, the hotel also has a spa onsite where massages and facials can be enjoyed. The converted Minim convent is a dream getaway set in Provence. Just an

hour from Aix-en-Provence, set on a sprawling garden, which seductively invites visitors to spend the afternoon walking through it, the convent is now Le Couvent des Minimes, a luxury hotel that is a country haven to breathe in the fresh air. However, enjoying leisurely strolls isn’t the only attractive call from this five-star hotel. The hotel has fast become a spa destination, thanks to its L’Occitane spa that offers treatments using the famous French house’s products, which are produced less than an hour away from the hotel. Inviting the scents of the French countryside, citrus fruits and lavender, the Massage Fabuleux, the fabulous massage, which could not have been given a better-suited name, uses Shea butter to relax you from head to toe. Focusing on relaxing you, the 90-minute treatment begins with a body massage before slowly working towards your head for a face and scalp massage. Another drawing card to discover Le Couvent des Minimes is the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, Le Cloître. The restaurant, which boasts two dining rooms, offers diners a choice between three set menus that change frequently with the seasons and the produce on offer. While there is no vegetarian set menu, the savvy chef, Jérôme Roy, is happy to adapt to any dietary restrictions, serving up an impressive vegetable based menu, using fresh produce and different cooking methods to add creativity to his dishes. The French commune of Les Baux de Provence is arguably one of the most beautiful villages in the country and with reportedly only 22 people residing here the village lends itself to being one of the most sought-after destinations for people who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of larger towns. In the heart of the town is where the Château des Baux is located, built in the 10th century it is perched high, overlooking the village. It is here at the chateau that you can discover the reconstruction of the trebuchet that was used to attack fortified sites during sieges. Measuring 16 metres in height the trebuchet was designed and reconstructed based on medieval drawings and visitors to the site can attend catapult demonstrations that are held here daily. w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 15


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Just five minutes from the chateau is another incredible site that is worthy of a visit. Unlike any other cultural space, the Carrières de Lumières, once a stone quarry, organises temporary exhibitions that showcase the works of renowned artists including Chagall, Monet and Renoir. Using 100 video projectors projecting images onto the entire surface of the former stone quarry including the ground, covering the space with wonderful images, the space becomes an interactive show, visually and musically, as visitors are invited to walk around discovering the works while the images are projected on them as well, in turn becoming part of the show themselves. This year, showing through to the 6th of January 2019, the space is celebrating Picasso and the Spanish Masters with the Picasso & Les Maîtres Espagnols show. Just five minutes from the Carrières de Lumières is where you will also find another historical establishment, Baumanière, the very first Relais & Château hotel. Set on a majestic 20 hectares, the family owned and run hotel is steeped in history with world leaders and royalty including Queen Elizabeth all having visited and stayed at the 5-star hotel. Owned by Jean-André Charial and his wife Geneviève, the hotel plunges its visitors into the charm of Provence most notably with its Michelin-starred restaurant L’Oustau de Baumanière that serves the tastes of the French countryside. Chef Glenn Viel works alongside Jean-André Charial to create and indulge diners with a menu that highlights the produce of the region while still surprising diners with their culinary creativity. Dishes such as blue lobster cooked in creamy butter and served with beetroot and a tangy citrus fruit vinaigrette, and the signature dish of milk-fed leg of lamb are further appreciated while paired with wines from the restaurant’s wine cellar, the second largest cellar in France and which boasts an exceptional selection of rare and priceless wines as well as Jean-André Charial’s own Affectif red and rosé wines. Another tiny village in the region worth discovering is Paradou, with 16 W HE R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

Oustau de Baumanière © Jean-Pierre Gabriel; Oustau de Baumanière © Rachel Mc Kenna.; Hameau des Baux © David Andre

Clockwise from top left: The entrance to the L’Oustau de Baumanière restaurant; the inviting pool at Hameau des Baux; the dining room at L’Oustau de Baumanière


Ochre du Roussillon iStock 2018 © Robixy79. Fraises du Pays Hôtel du Castellet © Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

The Ochre du Roussillon (above) and a delectable strawberry creation at the Hôtel du Castellet (below)

the quaint village nestled between Baux de Provence and Maussane les Alpilles, and it is where you will find Hameau des Baux. Not only bursting with charm but if you are looking for accommodation that offers a unique kind of service this hotel is by far the standout address of the region. Boasting hamlet-designed rooms, the hotel serves up serenity and French charm at every corner. Furnished with vintage pieces, the address is a hotel gallery hybrid where guests are welcomed to enjoy and feel comfortable in their surroundings but are also welcome to purchase the furniture and artwork displayed. This concept, which attracts lovers of vintage furniture and modern art, in turn means that the décor of the hotel is forever changing. The hotel also has a collection of vintage cars, all convertibles, that is made available to guests to drive around in, discovering the postcard region with the wind in their hair. Made up of three mountain ranges, the Lesser Luberon, the Greater Luberon and the Eastern Luberon, the Luberon region is dotted with picturesque villages found in the valleys around these ranges. One of the most famous villages in the valleys is Lourmarin, which is surrounded by lush vineyards and olive groves, and it is where Albert Camus once lived and worked. Full of charm with winding streets taking you through its heart, passing quaint squares and boutiques offering regional delights, the village is the epitome of the French countryside, which has been captured and idolised by many around the world, most notably by British writer Peter Mayle who wrote A Year in Provence, which was later made into a film, entitled A Good Year. While the village is the real gem here, you will not want to miss seeing the Renaissance castle and if you are in the area on a Friday make sure you make time to discover the Lourmarin market where the open-air market shows off local talents and edible specialties. Colourful handmade ceramic bowls, herbs and spices, and locally w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 17


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The splendid grounds at the Couvent des Minines (above) and the sun-drenched terrace of the Couvent des Minines (below)

made soaps are only some of the souvenirs that you can find. Of course visiting the Luberon region is incomplete without sampling some of the fine French wines produced here. Just 10 minutes from Lourmarin is the village of Lauris, sitting on a cliff with a panoramic view of the Durance valley, and it is where you will find Domaine de Fontenille, a hotel built on 35 hectares with sweeping vineyards. Made onsite, the hotel’s wines, including the rosé with delicate notes of raspberry, are all served at the establishment’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Champ des Lunes, where chef Jérôme Faure is at the helm. The menu changes frequently but is always modern and features fresh and seasonal produce, with the dishes beautifully complemented to one of the house’s wines, which also includes a certified organic rosé. While in the region one of the most extraordinary natural wonders to discover is the Ochre of Roussillon. Often referred to as the grand canyon of the South of France, the Ochre of Roussillon sees hiking trails that guide tourists up the fiery red valley, with magnificent panoramic views on display. Meanwhile, for thrillseeking visitors a visit of the Verdon Gorge is not to be missed. Europe’s largest canyon, Verdon Gorge is striking in colour with its turquoise waters attracting kayakers and rock climbers who scale its limestone walls. And for visitors who would prefer to smell the roses, or rather the lavender, Provence is renowned around the world for its lavender fields, most notably those located in the village of Valensole. The small village is home to the Musée de la Lavande, a museum dedicated to the popular flowering plant, and is also the host of the annual Lavender Festival, which will be held on the 15th of July this year.

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ADDRESS BOOK HOTEL & SPA DU CASTELLET 3001 Route des Hauts du Camp, 83330 Le Castellet, 04 94 98 37 77 LE COUVENT DES MINIMES HOTEL & SPA Chemin des Jeux de Maï, 04300 Mane-en-Provence, 04 92 47 77 77 CHÂTEAU DES BAUX 13520 Les Baux de Provence, 04 90 54 55 56 CARRIÈRES DE LUMIÈRES Route de Maillane, 13520 Les Baux de Provence, 04 90 54 47 37 L’OUSTAU DE BAUMANIÈRE 13520 Les Baux de Provence, 04 90 54 33 07 HAMEAU DES BAUX Chemin de Bourgeac, 13520 Paradou, 04 90 54 10 30 DOMAINE DE FONTENILLE Route de Roquefraiche, 84360 Lauris, 04 13 98 00 00 OCHRE OF ROUSSILLON TRAIL 84220 Roussillon, 04 90 05 60 25 MUSÉE DE LA LAVANDE Route de Gréoux-les-Bains, 04210 Valensole, 07 82 67 92 73


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Enjoy your stay in Paris with a sensory experience at Galeries Lafayette. Whether you’re an avid fashionista, a lover of f ine foods or a history buff, come and experience something unique in an original location. Fren ch ma c arons bakery clas s, Win e & Cheese tastings, fashion shows, historical tours of the store and much more… Book your visit now on our website haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/en under the "Activities & Events" section.

For the highest heels, the trendiest, the sportiest, the most classic and for everything else… find the shoe that fits! To make sure you find THE perfect pair, Galeries Lafayette has a huge range of brands to choose from: Chanel, Valentino, Roger Vivier, Tod’s, Jimmy Choo, Prada, Saint Laurent, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dior, Giuseppe Zanotti, Repetto, Minelli etc. For women, men and children, the hardest thing to do will be to decide!

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Open every day from 9.30 am to 8.30 pm and on Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm. Ouvert tous les jours de 9h30 à 20h30 et le dimanche de 11h à 19h. Tel: +33 (0)1 42 82 36 40 - haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/en *The ultimate shopping destination


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By Sandra Iskander

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Wear Your Monument It is the jewellery house known for its city-inspired jewellery collections with cities constructed using gold and precious stones, and now Tournaire is offering clients the opportunity to personalise their own rings with the cities that they hold dear. In collaboration with Dassault Systemes, the jewellery house has created a service whereby shoppers can choose their ring size, metal and which famous monuments to appear around their ring. The Design Your Ring service allows clients to choose from over 50 monuments from around the world, bringing the Eiffel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and even the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa to their fingertips. You can order your personalised ring online or in the Paris boutique and create a piece of jewellery unique to your travel memories or perhaps a wearable bucket list. - S.I. Tournaire Boutique 7 Cour Vendôme (1st), 01 40 20 00 19

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Ruffled Accessories Italian jewellery designer Angela Caputi set up her workshop in Florence in 1975 where she embarked on creating colourfully original pieces. Today, she has her gallery-like jewellery boutique here in Paris where you can find her unique designs. Her latest collection, Flamenco, takes inspiration from the voluminous ruffles of the skirts worn by the flamenco dancers, creating an alluring movement to the neckline with the “ruffles” draping beautifully on the décolletage. - S.I. Angela Caputi Boutique 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat (1st), 01 40 39 01 51 w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 21


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1 Dr Jart, available at Sephora, 70 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 53 93 22 50 2 Anya Smells available at Galeries Lafayette, 40 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01 42 82 34 56 3 Crystal Head Vodka, available at La Grande Epicerie, 38 rue de Sèvres (7th), 01 44 39 81 00 22 W H E R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

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Yurman Moves into Printemps The Printemps department store went through a fabulous makeover last year and it continues surprising us with more excusive brands that it is bringing in in its folds. Moving the department store’s men’s space to Boulevard Haussmann from its previous abode on Rue de Provence spelt a larger space and an even larger choice for gentlemen who love to dress and who, more importantly, love to shop. An inviting space where some of the biggest names in fashion reside side-by-side, bringing no less than 250 high-end luxury brands to one of the city’s largest department stores, Printemps is without a doubt an attractive address for chic gentlemen. Lanvin, Burberry and Saint Laurent are only some of the luxury houses to be discovered here with the department store constantly adding to its luxury offerings. Most recently American jewellery house David Yurman inaugurated its shop-in-shop, showcasing its collection of jewellery designed with gentlemen in mind. The collection, designed by David Yurman’s son Evan, draws from the iconic pieces of the house including the cable bracelet, however, offering a more masculine and sombre collection. The eye-catching pieces include a chain bracelet, rings and chains featuring graphic pendants. - S.I. Printemps Homme 64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01 42 82 50 00

Splitting Seconds F.P. Journe has broadened its lineSport collection with the new Chronographe Monopoussoir Rattrapante, a highly precise watch outfitted with a chronograph and a split-seconds function. The timepiece is available in three different precious metals, platinum, red gold and titanium, with the 44mm case housing the new splitseconds chronograph movement and a very large date display. This new calibre 1518 watch is wound manually and is made, as usual, entirely in the F.P. Journe manufacture and has a power reserve of 80 hours. The rattrapante or split-seconds chronograph is a type of chronograph that allows for the timing of two intervals instead of only one and so the watch has two second hands. A splits-second is regarded as a grand complication largely because in order for the function to work everything must be adjusted with extreme precision requiring a great deal of skill from the watchmaker. - P.V. F.P. Journe Boutique 63 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 42 68 08 00

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Your Perfect Accessory Under the historical glass rooftop of Galerie Vivienne is where you will find the Aïzea boutique where luxurious leatherwoods are put on-show, asserting their place in every gentleman’s collection of accessories. Specialising in designs using exotic leather including python and alligator, Aïzea offers shoppers a selection of handmade sneakers and bags ranging from backpacks to more traditional briefcases. The brand also offers demanding gentlemen a bespoke service by way of designing their own bag, offering them the opportunity to create a unique accessory. Meaning wind in Basque language, Aïzea takes gentlemen on a whirlwind voyage through their savoir-faire, starting from their 24-hour travel bag that is handcrafted in Spain all the way to their alligator skin wallets, ensuring they are well-accessorised no matter where the wind takes them. - S.I. Aïzea Boutique 62 Galerie Vivienne (2nd), 09 86 58 69 41

Golden Views See the world through gold-coloured glasses with Lesca Lunetier’s new Astro Gold collection of sunglasses. Made up of the brand’s most iconic six models, the collection is said to be inspired by outer space with the black frames recalling the cosmos, however, we think the 18-carat covered lenses are the best way to bling out your indispensible accessories this summer. - S.I. Available at L’Exception 24 rue Berger (1st), 01 40 39 92 34

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Summer Scents - S.I.

Youth, lightness and flirtiness have been bottled up to create Courrèges’s Mini Jupe. Citrus fruits, candied mandarin and jasmine make this scent fun and carefree. Available at Nocibé 187 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 40 15 91 73

Cardamom, cedar and fig have created a warm and sensual scent for Cartier’s Déclaration with its sweet and oriental notes coming together in a fragrance that is for gentlemen who favour woody scents. Cartier Boutique 13 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01 58 18 23 00 26 W H E R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

Castelbajac’s Beautiful Day, l’Eau Bonheur is a fruity explosion of pomegranate and peach mixed in with a floral bouquet of white jasmine. Available at Marionnaud 104 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 53 96 50 00

Chopard’s Gardens of Paradise collection of perfumes is a scented ode to the exotic gardens of the Orient with the Miel d’Arabie perfume mixing the sweetness of honey and seductiveness of incense to create a voluptuously exotic scent. Chopard Boutique 1 Place Vendôme (1st), 01 55 35 20 10

Celebrating 50 years of perfume-making, Diptyque’s Tempo puts patchouli in the heart of the fragrance, one of the house’s favourite notes. Complemented with wild cocoa beans and pink peppercorn, the patchouli comes alive, creating at once a tangy and a woody scent for both him and her. Diptyque Boutique 332 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 42 33 19 79

Tiffany & Co.’s first perfume pays homage to the iris, a flower that has long inspired the jewellery collections of the famous blue box jewellery house, with the heart note mixed in with patchouli creating a floral scent that sexily lingers on the skin. Tiffany & Co. Boutique 62 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 84 82 02 00

Cerruti 1881 Essential takes gentlemen on a voyage to Tuscany with its summery notes of grapefruit, mandarin and the freshness of basil. Cerruti 1881 Boutique 51 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01 43 12 51 05

Guerlain has packaged the scent of the ideal man in its latest offering, L’Homme Idéal Intense. The French house has introduced the almond, used for the first time in a fragrance for men, to bring out the sweetness of the notes of chilli and smoked leather, creating an intoxicating scent. Guerlain Boutique 68 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 45 62 52 57

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Aqua di Parma’s Chinotto di Liguria is the first fragrance to use the chinotto citrus fruit in its make-up and the key note of this scent, with its sweetness and bitterness, awakens the senses, bringing the Italian coast to your summer vanity case. Aqua di Parma Boutique 6 rue des Francs Bourgeois (3rd), 01 42 74 87 08


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Acaba - 41 rue des Petits Champs (1st),

01.71.72.96.45. M° Pyramides Laulhère - 14-16 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th), in the courtyard, 01.42.65.90.59. M° Madeleine Leica Store - 105-109 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01. 77.72.20.70. M° Saint-Philippe du Roule Montblanc - 152 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.44.20.07.70. M° George V Swarovski - 32 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.42.65.28.10. M° Madeleine

BEAUTY SPAS & PRODUCTS

Atelier Cologne - 8 rue Saint-Florentin (1st), 01.42.60.00.31. M° Concorde Ban Thai Spa - 25 ave Raymond Poincare (16th), 01.43.59.39.39. M° Trocadéro Cercle Delacre - 17 ave George V (8th), 01.40.70.99.70. M° George V Elysées Shopping - 12 rue de Berri (8th), 01.45.62.15.62. M° George V Guerlain - 68 ave des Champs-Élysées (8th), 01.45.62.52.57. M° George V Lancôme - 29 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.65.30.74. M° Madeleine L’Artisan Parfumeur - 167 blvd Saint-Germain (6th), 01.43.27.47.87. M° Saint-Germain-des-Près Les Comptoirs de Durance - 24 rue Vignon (9th), 01.47.42.04.10. M° Madeleine L’Occitane - 55 rue Saint-Louis en L’Ile (4th), 01.40.46.81.71. M° Pont Marie Marionnaud Paris - 104 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.53.96.50.00. M° George V Maison Arabian Oud - 63 ave des ChampsElysées (8th), 01.43.59.59.59. M° Franklin D. Roosvelt Sephora - 70-72 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.53.93.22.50. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Serge Lutens - 142 Galerie de Valois (1st), 01.49.27.09.09. M° Palais Royal

BOOKS & MUSIC

FNAC - Bercy Village - 49/53 Cour

Saint-Emilion (12th), M° Cour Saint-Emilion Paul Beuscher - 27 blvd Beaumarchais (4th), 01.44.54.36 00. M° Bastille Pianos Pleyel - 93-95 ave Daumesnil (12th), 01.45.61.53.00. M° Gare de Lyon Shakespeare & Company - 37 rue de la Bûcherie (5th), 01.43.25.40.93. Mº Saint-Michel W.H. Smith - 248 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.77.88.99. Mº Concorde

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & TOYS Bonpoint - 6 rue de Tournon (6th), 01.40.51.98.20. M° Mabillon Jacadi - 17 rue Tronchet (8th), 01.42.65.84.98. M° Madeleine

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Joué Club - 3-5 blvd des Italiens (2nd),

01.53.45.41.41. M° Tuileries La Grande Récré - 126 rue La Boétie (8th), 01.42.25.42.42. M° Georges V Tikibou Toy Store - 33 blvd Edgar Quinet (14th), 01.43.20.98.79. M° Edgar Quinet

CLOTHING: MEN & WOMEN Akris - 49 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.47.20.47.49. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Beretta Gallery - 57 rue Pierre Charron (8th), 01.56.88.59.59. M° George V Boggi Milano - 38 blvd des Italiens (9th), 01.40.22.99.82. M° Opéra Carven - 34 rue Saint-Sulpice (6th), 09.60.45.47.04. M° Mabillon Cerruti 1881 - 51 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.53.30.18.81, M° Havre-Caumartin Chanel - 31 rue Cambon (1st), 01.44.50.66.00. M° Concorde Coach - 372 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.86.02.39. M° Tuileries De Fursac - 34 ave de l’Opéra (2nd), 01.53.43.05.00.M° Opéra Dior - 30 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.40.73.73.73. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Eden Park - 11-13 rue Lobineau (6th), 01.43.25.02.25. M° Mabillon Emile Lafaurie - 56/58 rue Vieille du Temple (3rd), 01.42.74.50.05. M° Saint-Paul Gant - 41 blvd des Capucines (2nd), 01.42.86.09.65. M° Madeleine Gresley Paris - 24 ave de l’Opéra (1st), 01.42.33.35.81. M° Pyramides Hervé Léger - 24 rue Cambon (1st), 01.42.60.02.00. M° Madeleine Iris Cantabri - 15 rue des Blancs Manteaux (4th), 01.70.23.93.23. M° Hôtel de Ville Karl Lagerfeld - 194 blvd Saint-Germain (7th), 01.42.22.74.99. M° Rue du Bac Lacoste - 37 blvd des Capucines (2nd), 01.42.61.58.20. M° Opéra Lanvin- 22 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.44.71.31.73. M° Concorde Le Mont Saint Michel - 96 rue Vieille du Temple (3rd), 01.42.74.86.07. M° Filles du Calvaire Liu Jo - 182 blvd Saint-Germain (7th), 01.53.71.15.40. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés Marella - 18 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.53.30.73.13. M° Madeleine Montagut - 15 place du marché Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.33.35.08. M° Pyramides Ports 1961 - 251 bis rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.47.03.35.41. M° Madeleine Prada - 6 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.58.18.63.30. M° Madeleine Saint Laurent - 53 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.53.83.84.53. M° Franklin Roosevelt Thomas Pink - 19 rue François 1er (8th), 01.47.23.72.00. M° Franklin Roosevelt

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Tommy Hilfiger - 43 blvd des Capucines (2nd), 01.42.60.70.02. M° Madeleine Yumi Katsura France - 26 rue Cambon (1st), 01.47.03.40.97. M° Concorde Yohji Yamamoto - 4 rue Cambon Paris (1st), 01.40.20.00.71. M° Concorde Yves Salomon - 245 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.47.03.34.90. M° Tuileries

DEPARTMENT STORES & SHOPPING CENTRES

Beaugrenelle - 12 rue Linois (15th), 01.53.95.24.00. M° Charles Michels

BHV Marais - 55 rue de Rivoli (4th), 09.77.40.14.00. M° Hôtel de Ville

Le Bon Marché - 24 rue de Sèvres (7th),

01.44.39.80.00. M° Sèvres-Babylone Galeries Lafayette - 40 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.34.56. M° Chaussée d’Antin-La Fayette Montparnasse Rive Gauche - 22 rue du Départ (15th). M° Montparnasse - Bienvenüe One Nation Paris - 1 ave du Président Kennedy, 78340 Les Clayes sous Bois, 01.72.87.90.11 Printemps Haussmann - 64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.50.00. M° Havre-Caumartin La Vallée Village - 3 cours de la Garonne, 01.60.42.35.00. RER A4 to Val d’Europe (about 35min)

EYE WEAR

GrandOptical - 138 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.40.76.00.13. M° George V

JLC Opticien - 68 rue du Bac (8th), 01.45.48.58.10. M° Rue du Bac

Lafont Opticien - 17 blvd Raspail (7th), 01.45.48.24.23. M° Rue du Bac

FABRICS: COUTURE

Janssens & Janssens - 3 rue d’Anjou (8th), 01.42.65.04.00. M° Concorde

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Baccarat - 79 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.65.36.26. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Bodum - 38 ave de L’Opéra (2nd), 01.42.33.01.68. M° Opéra

Bernardaud - 11 rue Royale (8th), 01.47.42.82.66. M° Madeleine

Christofle - 9 rue Royale (8th), 01.55.27.99.13. M° Concorde

Jean Perzel - 3 rue de la Cité Universitaire (14th), 01.45.88.77.24. RER B: Cité Universitaire

Lalique - 11 rue Royale (8th),

01.53.05.12.12. M° Madeleine Roche Bobois - 207-213 blvd Saint-Germain (7th), 01.49.54.01.70. M° Rue du Bac Silvera - 56-58 ave Kléber (16th), 01.53.65.78.78. M° Kléber Zwilling - 12 blvd de la Madeleine (9th), 01.42.68.88.00. M° Madeleine

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JEWELLERY & WATCHES A. Lange & Söhne - 19 rue de la Paix (9 ), th

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Angela Caputi Giuggiu - 15 Galerie

Véro-Dodat (1st), 01.40.39.01.51. M° Louvre-Rivoli Arije - 3 rue de Castiglione (1st), 01.42.60.37.77. M° Tuileries Audemars Piguet - 15 rue Royale (8th), 01.40.20.45.45. M° Concorde Boucheron - 26 place Vendôme (1st), 01.42.61.58.16. M° Opéra Bucherer - 12 blvd des Capucines (9th), 01.70.99.18.88. M° Opéra Bulgari - 25 place Vendôme (1st), 01.55.35.00.50. M° Pyramides Burma - 346 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.96.08.42. M° Tuileries By Marie - 8 ave George V (8th), 01.53.23.88.00. M° Alma- Marceau Cartier - 23 place Vendôme (1st), 01.44.53.32.20. M° Opéra Césarée -11 rue du Dragon (6th), 01.45.48.86.86. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés Chanel Jewellery -18 place Vendôme (1st), 01.40.98.55.55. M° Opéra Chronopassion - 271 rue Saint-Honoré (1rst), 01.42.60.50.72. M° Pyramide Chopard - 1 place Vendôme (1st), 01.55.35.20.10. M° Opéra Damiani - 19 place Vendôme (1st), 01.42.96.95.51. M° Opéra de Grisogono - 358 bis rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.44.55.04.40. M° Concorde Dinh Van - 16 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.42.61.74.49. M° Opéra DoDo by Pomellato - 350 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.60.31.55. M° Tuileries Dubail - 71-73 ave des Champs- Elysées (8th), 01.45.62.62.45. M° George V Elysées Horlogerie - 14 rue de Berri (8th), 01.45.62.62.45. M° George V Elysées Joaillerie - 17 rue de Berri (8th), 01.42.89.89.88. M° George V Garel - 17 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.42.61.40.04. M° Opéra Garland - 13 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.42.61.17.95. M° Opéra Gas Bijoux - 26-28 Rue Danielle Casanova (2nd), 01.42.97.58.80. M° Quatre Septembre Gorky - 18 rue Duphot (1st) , 01.42.60.22.76. M° Concorde Gringoire Joallier - 32 ave Matignon (8th), 01.77.37.05.05. M° Miromesnil Gucci Watches - Printemps Haussmann (1st floor), 64 bd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.78.74. M° Havre-Caumartin Harry Winston - 29 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.47.20.03.09. M° Alma-Marceau

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Hublot - 10 place Vendôme (1st), 01.42.86.67.86. M° Opéra F.P. Journe - 63 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.68.08.00, M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Mellerio dits Meller - 9 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.42.61.57.53. M° Opéra Omega - 362/364 rue Saint-Honoré (2nd), 01.55.35.03.60. M° Concorde Panerai - 5 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.44.51.50.50. M° Concorde Parmigiani - 125-126 Galerie de Valois (1st), 01.40.13.93.93. M° Palais-Royal Pasquale Bruni - Printemps Haussmann (1st floor), 64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.50.00. M° Havre-Caumartin Patek Philippe - 10 place Vendôme (1st), 01.42.44.17.77. M° Tuileries Piaget - 7 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.58.62.37.00. M° Opéra Redline Showroom - 161 rue St-Honoré (1st), 01.44.64.92.24. M° Palais-Royal-Musée du Louvre Richard Mille - 17 ave Matignon (8th), 01.40.15.10.00. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Rolex - 9 place Vendôme (1st), 01.40.20.21.00. M° Concorde Tasaki - At the Ritz Paris, 15 place Vendôme (1st), 01.42.36.33.00. M° Tuileries Tiffany&Co. - 6 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.40.20.20.20. M° Opéra Tissot Boutique - 76 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.42.56.18.53. M° George V Van Cleef & Arpels - 22 place Vendôme (1st), 01.55.04.11.11. M° Opéra Vhernier - 63 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.40.17.93.15. M° Miromesnil Wempe - 16 rue Royale (8th), 01.42.60.21.77. M° Concorde

LINGERIE

Dot-Drops - 8 rue des Canettes (6th), 01.43.54.62.15. M° Mabillon

Goyard - 233 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.60.57.04. M° Tuileries

Hedgren - At the BHV Marais (2nd floor), 52 rue de

Rivoli (4th), M° Hôtel de Ville Hermès - 24 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.40.17.47.17. M° Concorde Kate Lee - 16 rue des Gravilliers (3rd), 01.48.04.57.72. M° Arts et Métiers Lancel - 127 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.56.89.15.70. M° George V Longchamp - 404 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.43.16.00.16. M° Concorde Louis Quatorze - 106 rue Vieille du Temple (3rd), 01.42.72.94.43. M° Filles du Calvaire Louis Vuitton - 101 ave des Champs-Élysées (8th), 01.53.57.52.00. M° George V Moynat- 348 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.47.03.83.90. M° Tuileries Mulberry - 275 rue Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.60.00.64. M° Concorde Pinel & Pinel - 22 rue Royale (8th), 01.42.60.58.39. M° Madeleine Prada - 10 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.53.23.99.40. M° Alma Marceau

MULTI-BRAND BOUTIQUES Citadium - 56 rue de Caumartin (9th), 01.55.31.74.00. M° Havre-Caumartin L’Eclaireur - 26 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.45.62.12.32. M° George V Merci - 111 blvd Beaumarchais (3rd), 01.42.77.00.33. M° Saint Sébastien-Froissard

SHOES Altan Bottier - 11 rue Lincoln (8th), 01.45.63.77.59. M° George V

Aubercy – 34 rue Vivienne (2nd),

01.42.33.93.61. M° Grands Boulevards

Agent Provocateur - 12 rue Cambon (1st),

Berluti - 26 rue Marbeuf (8th),

Cadolle - 4 rue Cambon (1st) ,

Christian Louboutin - 68 rue du Faubourg

01.42.61.79.54. M° Madeleine

01.42.60.94.22. M° Madeleine Chantal Thomass - 211 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.60.40.56. M° Tuileries La Perla - 20 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.43.12.33.50. M° Concorde

LUGGAGE AND BAGS

Aïzea - 62 Galerie Vivienne (2nd), 09.86.58.69.41. M° Bourse

Cesaire - 6 rue Saint-Florentin (1st),

01.42.97.43.43. M° Concorde/Madeleine Coach - 372-374 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.86.02.39. M° Madeleine Delvaux - 151-154 Galerie de Valois (1st), 09.67.19.93.28. M° Palais Royal

| Jewellery & Watches

01.53.93.97.97. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.68.37.65. M° Madeleine Crockett & Jones – 14 rue Chauveau-Lagarde (8th), 01.44.94.01.74. M° Madeleine Edward Green – 199 bis blvd Saint-Germain (7th), 01.53.63.47.50. M° Rue du Bac J.M. Weston – 46 rue des Archives (4th), 01.48.04.75.65. M° Rambuteau Paraboot - 9 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01.45.49.24.26. M° Saint-Sulpice Repetto - 22 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.44.71.83.12. M° Opéra Robert Clergerie - 5 rue du Cherche-Midi (6th), 01.45.48.75.47. M° Rennes Tod’s - 21 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.53.43.16.16. M° Concorde

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DOT-DROPS® is the brand of choice for the “happy few” of elite travellers. The philosophy of the French manufacturer is to continuously strive to achieve harmony between design and functionality. DOTDROPS® creations are a solid marriage of colours, design and unexpected materials. Exclusive: you can customize your suitcase at the boutique and make your travel experience unique!

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Born in Saint-Tropez, Gas Bijoux has been creating solar jewelry for over 45 years, handmade by 80 craftsmen in its Marseille atelier. Today, Gas Bijoux is present in over 25 countries across the globe.

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AïZEA is a French contemporary leathergoods company from the Basque Country, which is destined for aesthetes who work and travel. Precision and a sense of detail, premium quality and exceptional skins are the key words that describe the brand’s expertise. The AïZEA collection is declined in Taurillon, and in precious leathers as Python and Wild Alligator from USA.

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271 rue Saint-HonorĂŠ - Paris 1st Open from Monday to Friday 10:30am to 6:40pm +33 (0) 1 42 60 50 72 paris@chronopassion.fr

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Founded in New York City, in 1932, The House of Harry Winston continues to set the standard for the ultimate in fine jewelry and high-end watch making.

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Superb quality, fine craftsmanship and personalisation are the hallmarks of this house of made-to-measure shoes for both men and women. The house creates, as well, a fine line of ready-to wear models among them derbies, moccasins and sneakers. Mon-Sat 10:30am-7pm.

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DUBAIL CHAMPS-ELYSÉES Exquisite exclusivity for Dubail – a new Vacheron Constantin timekeeper manufactured in a limited edition of 20 numbered pieces. This platinum “Traditionnelle Dubail” distinguishes itself with its Grand Feu enamel dial, its ‘railroadtrack’ minute marker and its finely handenamelled midnight blue Vacheron Constantin logo. Its final secret? A ‘Dubail’ signature painted between 4 and 5 o’clock.

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The Guide

ARTS& ATTRACTIONS By Patricia Valicenti

Judy Garland - 1961 Photo © Douglas Kirkland

Galleries | Monuments | Museums | Exhibits | Day Trips | Boat Trips | Guided Tours

The powerful Judy Garland Shedding Tear picture by Douglas Kirkland as shown at Galerie GADCOLLECTION (opposite page) 48 W HE RE PA R I S I J U N E 2018


ARTS&ATTRACTIONS

Exhibitions

Into the Underworld The Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac is presenting an exhibition, which offers a journey into the importance of ghosts and the afterlife in Asian art and culture with a focus on China, Thailand and Japan. Entitled Ghosts and Hells: The Underworld in Asian Art, the show takes a look at ghost stories from these regions journeying into the world of spirits, ghosts and fantastic creatures like the vengeful catwomen, hopping vampires and the yokais, the supernatural creatures of Japanese folklore. The show explores their representation in objects, art work, the performing arts, cinema and comic books from the 16th century to the present and brings together cinema, religious art, theatre, contemporary creation, mangas and video games. The exhibition illustrates the idea that the ghost never dies and that its sudden appearances are unpredictable. Contemporary creation is showcased with notably film extracts, an installation re-producing the underworlds of Thai temples and a host of surprising special effects. - P.V.

L’ogresse de la forêt, Phi Mè Nay, 2015, Chian Rai province © musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, photo Claude Germain; Douglas Kirkland - Brigitte Bardot cards - Mexico - 1965 © Kirkland

Showing through to July 15th 37 Quai Branly (7th), 01 56 61 70 00

Fabulous Photographs The celebrated photographs of the renowned portrait photographer Douglas Kirkland are the object of a retrospective exhibition at the Galerie GADCOLLECTION revealing the immense talent of the artist who would take some of the most widely known pictures of emblematic icons of the worlds of fashion and cinema. There is the famous An Evening with Marilyn shoot, Brigitte Bardot playing with cards in Mexico, Jack Nicholson in the early days and the celebrated and powerful Shedding Tear picture of Judy Garland whom he took to the road with for a month. He would follow Coco Chanel for three weeks in the summer of 1962, during her entire day, and emerging, for example, with pictures of the designer placing a pin into one of her iconic jackets or surveying the fitting room from a corner, smoking a cigarette. - P.V. Showing through to June 27th 4 rue du Pont Louis Philippe (4th), 01 43 70 72 59 w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 49


GALERIE TAMÉNAGA Takehiko SUGAWARA

Exhibition: 22th of May-14th of June

MODERN MASTERS: Redon, Bonnard, Dufy, Kisling, Picasso, Rouault, Soutine, Van Dongen, Vlaminck, Buffet... CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS: Aïzpiri, Bardone, Cottavoz, Christopher, Cassigneul, Chen, Fusaro, Fernandez, Nakamura, Sugawara, Tchinai, Sano, Yoshikawa...

18 avenue Matignon, Paris 8th M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Tel: 01 42 66 61 94 www.tamenaga.com

Olwen Forest JEWELLERY OF THE STARS

Corot: A New View

Olwen Forest, a woman of vision, invites you to see her collection of vintage artist jewellery worn yesterday, and sought after today by famous stars and celebrities. Coco Chanel, Schiaparelli, Joseff of Hollywood, Hermès Gentlemen will be dazzled by the extremely rare cocktail accessories from the 1930s. MARCHÉ SERPETTE - Allée 3, stand 5/7 110 rue des Rosiers, 93400 St-Ouen (Metro: Porte de Clignancourt) Open : Saturday, Sunday, Monday

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The Musée Marmottan Monet is hosting an exhibition devoted to a little-known aspect of the work of the 19th century artist Camille Corot, his paintings of the figure, offering a new insight into this painter known for his landscapes. The show entitled Corot, the Painter and his Models, brings together some 60 paintings of depictions of his close relations as well as of famous artist’s models of the time like Emma Dobigny. The show aims to demonstrate the diversity and versatility of Corot’s production in this domain as well as the major role these portraits of models played in the emergence of modern painting. The works being showcased emanate from some of the most prestigious public and private collections in Europe and United States and include masterpieces like The Woman with the Pearl and the Lady in Blue from the Louvre as well as works that have rarely been presented, notably some of his nudes. - P.V. Showing through to July 8th 2 rue Louis Boilly (16th), 01 44 96 50 33

Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot – La Dame en bleu, 1874 – Huile sur toile – 80 x 50,5 cm. Acquis sur les arrérages du – legs de Maurice Audéoud, avec la participation des enfants d’Henri Rouart, 1912 – Paris, musée du Louvre, département des Peintures – Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (musée du Louvre) / Stéphane Maréchalle

IMPRESSIONIST, MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ART


PABLO ATCHUGARRY 1 - 22 June 2018

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ARTS&ATTRACTIONS Exhibitions

Into the Empires An intriguing and educational exhibition taking a look at the arts and crafts produced during and for the reigns of France’s two emperors, Napoleon Bonaparte and Napoleon III, is being played out at the Atelier Grognard in the bucolic town of Rueil-Malmaison on the outskirts of Paris. The show entitled L’Art au service du pouvoir (Art in the Service of Power) brings together some 200 exceptional objects including paintings, drawings, sculptures, furnishings, tapestries and precious objects fashioned by the leading artists and craftsmen and manufactures of the 19th century. The Napoleon Foundation is exceptionally presenting a large part of its collection at the show notably art and objects that were commissioned by the Maison de l’Empereur (the House of the Emperor), a group of officers, servants and personnel who served the emperor and organised life at court. Portraits of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine in their coronation regalia, magnificent porcelain tableware from the Sèvres Manufacture and imperial sabres are among the works on exhibit. - P.V.

In Serendipity with the Symbolists There is a golden princess with a unicorn by Armand Point, and a sublime landscape expressing the mystery of the night by Alphonse Osbert with its deep dreamy blues set aglow by the light of the moon. The Ferme Ornée and the Orangerie of the Caillebotte property are hosting an exhibition devoted to the Symbolists entitled The Door to Dreams, a Symbolist Eye. The show brings together some 163 Symbolist works in myriad mediums ranging from paintings to sculptures, pastels, drawings, lithographs and enamels with the works on display emanating for the most part from a private French collection. The highly aesthetic and complete collection is composed of the works of some 50 artists, both French and from abroad, who lived and worked in France between 1890 and 1914. The bucolic property is surrounded by an 11-hectare garden, which for the time of the exhibition has been planted in flowers of white, the colour that was so very dear to the Symbolist movement. - P.V. Through to July 29th Tuesday to Sunday, 2pm to 6:30pm 8 rue de Concy, 91330 Yerres, 01 80 37 20 61 52 W HE R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

Baptême du roi de Rome © Fondation Napoléon - Thomas Hennocque; Alphonse Osbert (1857-1939), Le Mystère de la nuit, 1897. Collection privée Photo © Thomas Hennocque

Showing through to July 9th 6 ave du Château-de-Malmaison, 92500 Rueil-Malmaison, 01 47 14 11 63


ARTS&ATTRACTIONS Monuments

Photos iStock 2018 : Arc de Triomphe © pawel.gaul; Arc de Triomphe © demirozyurt; La Conciergerie © Vitaly Edush; Eiffel Tower © Neirfy; Notre-Dame Cathedral © Deejpilot; Opéra Palais Garnier © www.jaspe.info; Sainte-Chapelle © dennisvdw

Arc de Triomphe

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The triumphal arch commissioned by Napoleon and finished in 1836 stands in the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle and boasts a fabulous view of the Champs-Elysées and includes the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Visit the interactive exhibit on the history surrounding the Arch. Open daily 10am-11pm, times may vary, last admission 45 minutes before closing, Adults 12€, Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26: Free. www.paris-arc-de-triomphe.fr Place Charles de Gaulle (8th), 01 55 37 73 77. M° Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile

Built as a temporary exhibit for the 1889 World’s Fair, the iron structure now symbolises Paris the world over. The tower sparkles with twinkling lights every hour on the hour from twilight to 2am. From Jun 15 through Sept 1 9am-12:45am (stairs and lifts, last admission stairs, last lift midnight). From Sept 2 through Jun 14 lift open daily 9:30am-11:00pm, From Sept 2 through Jun 14 stairs open daily 9:30am-6:30pm. Last entries 45 minutes before closing. Entry fee (10-25€ for adults) depends on how high you go. There is a glass floor on the first floor 57 metres above Paris and a champagne bar is on the top of the tower, open from 12 to 10pm. www.tour-eiffel.fr Ave Gustave Eiffel (7th), 01 44 11 23 23. M° Trocadéro

towers and to reserve your time. 10€. www.tours-notre-dame-de-paris.fr 6 Parvis Notre- Dame (4th), 01 42 34 56 10 . M° Cité

PALAIS GARNIER–OPERA DE PARIS Designed by architect Charles Garnier, and a brilliant example of Second Empire architecture. Daily visits on your own, 10am-4:30pm (adults 11€, students and under 25, 7€) information: 08 92 89 90 90. Guided tours in English daily at 11am and 2:30pm (15.50€). For additional information on guided tours call 08 25 05 44 05. From Jun 19 through to Sept 16 Picasso et la danse, explores the artist’s relationship to dance through works and documents. Place de l’Opéra (9th). M° Opéra

Arc de Triomphe

LA CONCIERGERIE A medieval royal residence with Gothic halls, used as a prison in the Revolution. Although the monument is empty, a HistoPad can be rented to vision detailed 360° reconstitutions. Daily 9:30am-6pm, times may vary, last tickets 30 minutes before closing time. Through to Aug 31 Détournement, an installation work by Stéphane Thidet in which the water of the Seine is diverted to flow through the monument. Adults 9€. Combined ticket with the Sainte-Chapelle 15€. Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26, free. www.paris-conciergerie.fr 2 blvd du Palais (1st), 01 53 40 60 97. M° Cité

La Conciergerie

Palais Garnier - Opéra de Paris Eiffel Tower

NOTRE-DAME CATHEDRAL Constructed between 1163 and 1345, it is a Gothic masterpiece. Free guided tours in English Wed and Thurs at 2pm & Sat at 2:30pm. Experience Quasimodo’s view of Paris from the towers Apr-Sept 10am-6:30pm weekdays; OctMar 10am-5:30pm; Sat-Sun; Jul-Aug until 11pm on Fri & Sat. Last tickets 45 minutes before closing. An on-site interactive display or the application Jefile lets you envisage the wait for visiting the

Notre-Dame Cathedral

SAINTE CHAPELLE A jewel-like chapel on the Ile de la Cité in the courtyard of the Palais de Justice with High Gothic stained glass windows, at its finest on days when there isn’t a cloud in the sky. JanMar 9am-5pm; Apr-Sept 9am-7pm; Oct-Dec 9am-5pm, last tickets 30 minutes before closing time. 10€. Combined ticket with La Conciergerie 15€. Free for children under 18 and EU citizens under 26. www.sainte-chapelle.fr 2 blvd du Palais (1st), 01 53 40 60 97. M° Cité

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AREAS & MARKETS Paris Flea Market

Also known as the Puces de Saint-Ouen or Clignancourt from its location north of Montmartre, this is the city’s largest and most famous flea market, offering everything from used books and leather jackets to precious antique jewellery and Louis XVI furniture, in a series of different markets. Don’t be put off by the rows of tacky stands under the overpass; the real Flea Market lies beyond them. Sat-Mon 9:30 am-6:30pm. 142 rue des Rosiers, St-Ouen (10-minute walk from Porte de Clignancourt)

Carré Rive Gauche

This group of antique dealers and art galleries in the 6th and 7th arrondissements presents fine works, special exhibitions and exceptional pieces throughout the year. Many of the galleries are specialised in the decorative arts while the venues offer visitors a journey into 7,000 years of art history. Located on the Left Bank on and around the Quai Voltaire, rue de l’Université, rue du Bac, rue de Verneuil, rue de Lille, rue de Beaune and rue des Saints-Pères (7th)

Modern Masters: Botero, Chagall, Léger, Calder and Picasso, and a selection of contemporary artists: Brasilier, Corda, Mach, Kusama and Joe Black. Art pieces exhibited in a gallery space ideally situated in the Triangle d’Or. Open Mon to Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 11:30am-7pm. 62 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8th), 01.42.96.39.00. M° Concorde

ATTRACTIONS Académie Équestre de Versailles

Created by Bartabas in 2003, the Versailles Equestrian Academy is both a school and a theatre troupe. The current show, La voie de l’écuyer opus 2018, features fencing on horseback, improvisation and other surprises. Shows are held on Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at 3pm. Avenue Rockefeller, Versailles. 01.39.02.62.70. RER C to Versailles Chateau Rive Gauche

Atelier des Lumières

A digital art centre where giant reproductions of the art world’s Masters’ works are projected. The first exhibition is dedicated to Klimt. Open from 10am to 6pm and until 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. 38 rue Saint-Maur (11th), M° Père Lachaise

Aquarium de Paris (Cinéaqua)

ART GALLERIES

Discover the world of the sea at this delightful aquarium. Daily 10am-7pm, first Sat of the month until 10pm, last tickets one hour before closing. 5 ave Albert de Mun (16th), 01.40.69.23.23. M° Iéna

Galerie Bartoux Elysées

A contemporary art gallery on the ChampsElysées presenting paintings and sculptures by internationally renowned artists. Open seven days a week. 26 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.42.89.41.21. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

Ballon de Paris

Galerie Olwen Forest

Fly over Paris in a hot air balloon that also measures the level of pollution in the atmosphere. The balloon can fly up to 150 metres into the Parisian sky. Flights are dependent upon the weather so it is preferable to call ahead on the day. Daily, 9am to the closing time of the Parc André Citroën where the balloon is located. 2 rue Cauchy (15th), 01.44.26.20.00. M° Javel

Gallery exhibiting vintage costume, couture jewels and Art Deco crystal jewellery, as well as jewells created by designers such as Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel. Jewellery made for the cinema and a selection of vintage jewels telling the story of rock and roll. Permanent exhibition Erotica/ Exotica, featuring vintage pieces juxtaposing the two themes. From Sat-Mon. St-Ouen Flea Market, Marché Serpette, 110 rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen. 01.40.11.96.38. M° Porte de Clignancourt

This trendy Parisian neighbourhood has a wide array of bars, restaurants and eclectic shops lining the sides of this functioning canal which links the Villette basin to the Arsenal port. Quai de Jemmapes/Quai de Valmy (10th). M° République

Galerie Tamenaga

Catacombes de Paris

Impressionist and modern paintings by masters including Cézanne, Renoir, Bonnard, Klee, Chagall and Picasso, as well as contemporary international art including a romantic ensemble by Jean Pierre Cassigneul. Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. 18 ave Matignon (8th), 01.42.66.61.94. Mon-Sat. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Canal Saint-Martin

The catacombs of Paris house the remains of several million Parisians whose bones were transferred to these underground quarries from Parisian cemeteries in the 18th and 19th centuries. The visit is not recommended for pregnant women, people with heart or respiratory problems or suffering from claustrophobia and children under 14 must be accompanied by adults. The 2 km one-way

visit ends at 21bis ave René Coty (14th). Tues-Sun 10am-8:30pm. 1 ave du Colonel Henri Roi-Tanguy (place Denfert-Rochereau) (14th). M° Denfert-Rochereau

Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie

Situated in the heart of La Villette Park, the science and industry museum houses a wide number of activities and exhibitions. La Géode-a giant hemispheric dome that shows films in 360°. La Cité des Enfants-interactive spaces (2-7 yrs & 5-12 yrs) are specifically designed to initiate children’s senses. 30 ave Corentin Cariou (19th), 01.40.05.80.00. M° Porte de la Villette

Disneyland Paris

With 2 Disney Parks, filled with more than 50 attractions, shows and parades, a day at Disneyland Paris will set pulses racing among even the most seasoned thrill-seeker. Around 35 min from Paris by train (Nation station), RER A to Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy

Flight Experience Paris

You can pilot a Boeing 737 in a state of the art flight simulator. Under the guidance of a qualified instructor, you can take off, climb, cruise and land. You can choose your route and flying time from several different flight packages. 21 quai d’Austerlitz (13th), M° Quai de la Gare

FlyView

Enjoy a bird’s eye view of Paris with this virtual reality experience located in the heart of the French capital. Participants don a virtual reality helmet jetpack and enter a simulator to virtually fly over the city for a spectacular view of the capital and its iconic monuments. Suitable for children aged 8 and over. 30 rue du 4 Septembre, Place de l’Opéra (2nd). M° Opéra

France Miniature

This fun and educational park presents all of the major sites and monuments of France in miniature. The six major regions of France are covered with some 117 monuments and 2,000 scale models on view in spacious settings. Attractions, educational tools and a restaurant offering regional specialties round out the agenda. Blvd André Malraux, 78990 Elancourt, 01.30.16.16.30. Take the A13 highway direction Versailles/Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines then the A12 direction Dreux, exit at Elancourt

Grande Arche

This stunning monument listed as 20th century heritage is situated in the heart of the business district, La Défense. Its rooftop offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the city and it houses exhibition spaces devoted to photojournalism exhibitions on the 35th floor. A restaurant and a sandwich shop are

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all on the agenda. 1 parvis de la Défense, 92044 Paris La Défense, 01.40.90.52.20. M° La Défense Grande Arche

La Mer de Sable

Located in an exceptional natural setting, this adventure-filled park offers a fine day out for the whole family with 30 attractions and a host of fun activities. There are four major shows including two featuring horses, encounters with animals, themed restaurants and the park is less than an hour from Paris. 60950 Ermenonville. From Paris take the North Autoroute A1, direction Ermenonville then take exit 7

Le Manoir de Paris

The urban legends of Paris come to life in this haunted manor house and listed historic monument. Fri 6pm-10pm & Sat, Sun 3pm-7pm. 18 rue de Paradis (10th), M° Château d’Eau This theme park brings you back in time to sample life as it was in a Gallic village. Magic potions, menhirs, cauldrons and a forest of druids are just a sampling of the attractions in this fun-filled park. Thirty kilometres north of Paris on the A1 highway direction, Lille, exit Parc Asterix between exits 7 and 8. Access directly from Paris with the shuttle bus which leaves from the coach park at the Carrousel du Louvre (follow the signs to ”parking autocars”).

Parc Zoologique de Paris

This beautiful zoo presents in 16 natural environments some 1,000 animals, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish representing 180 species. Entrance located at the corner of the ave Daumesnil and the Route de Ceinture du lac Daumesnil (12th), M° Château de Vincennes then 46 bus to zoo.

BOAT CRUISES Bateaux Parisiens

Giant glass-roofed tour boats departing every hour on the hour, 10am-10pm (except 1pm & 7:30pm). Lunch and dinner cruises also available. Port de la Bourdonnais (7th), 08.25.01.01.01. M° Trocadéro

Bateaux-Mouches

The legendary company has been offering cruises on the Seine river for decades. Doubledeck boats provide an unusual approach to Paris monuments. Departures every 45 min, 11am-9pm. For dinner cruises please see the Dining section. Pont de l’Alma (8th), 01.42.25.96.10. M° Alma-Marceau A sleek “shuttle boat” making 8 stops including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Jardin des Plantes and the Town Hall. 10:30am-7pm. 01.76.64.79.12

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These hour cruises on the Seine offer a discovery of the city’s leading monuments.10:30am-noon & 1:30pm-10:30pm, boats 30 min apart. Square du Vert Galant (1st), 01.46.33.98.38. M° Pont Neuf

84 rue Claude Monet, SNCF from the Gare St. Lazare to Gare de Vernon, 45 minutes, then the No. 240 bus to Giverny. 02.32.51.28.21

Musée National du Château de Malmaison

Take in a private cruise on the Seine on board a custom-built luxurious boat replete with a salon and a bottle of champagne. Reservations required. 06.86.07.87.37

This delightful 17th century castle on the outskirts of Paris was the rural home of Josephine and Napoleon Bonaparte. 10am-12:30pm/13:30pm5:45pm/Until 6:15pm Sat & Sun. Closed Tues. Ave du Château de Malmaison. Metro or RER to la Défense then bus 258 to the stop Château

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River Limousine

Offering one-hour cruises departing from the Eiffel Tower. 10:30am-10pm, boats 30 min apart. Special theme cruises also available including a champagne tasting cruise. Port de Suffren (7th), 01.44.18.19.50. M° Bir Hakeim/RER C Champs de Mars

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Château de Fontainebleau

A residence of the French kings from the 12th to the 19th century, this royal château is famous for its superb Renaissance decor by Italian artists. WedMon 9:30am-5pm. 01.60.71.50.70. SNCF Grandes Lignes from Gare de Lyon to Fontainebleau-Avon (40 min), then a short bus or shuttle ride from the station.

Château de Versailles

Louis XIV’s magnificent palace, with the Hall of Mirrors, Grands Appartements and Le Nôtre’s superb gardens. The Chateau is open Tue-Sun 9am-6:00pm. Gardens open daily 8 am to sunset; free. Avenue Rockefeller. 01.30.83.78.00. RER C to Versailles Chateau Rive Gauche

Château et Domaine de Chantilly

North of Paris, a 16 century royal château with a beautiful park and a fabulous art collection. Mon-Sun 10:30am-5pm. 03.44.57.40.40. SNCF at the Gare du Nord (25 min) or RER D to Chantilly– Gouvieux (45 min) then take the free bus no. 15 marked “Senlis” to the château. th

Château de Vaux le Vicomte

This unique estate with its 17th century castle and formal French gardens is one of the most beautiful in France. The castle’s vast French gardens, punctuated by fountains and water basins, are regarded as royal gardener Andre Le Nôtre’s masterwork. By car 55 km from Paris. Maincy 77950, 01.64.14.41.90

Giverny

Enter into the world of the Impressionists in this dreamy village west of Paris where Claude Monet arrived in 1883. Monet’s home, gardens and the immortalized water lily ponds remain, all opened to the public at the Fondation Claude Monet.

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Jardin des Tuileries

This vast park filled with peaceful wide alleyways for strolling and an octagonal water basin offers a place for a promenade between the Pyramide du Louvre and the Place de la Concorde. Sculptures by Maillol, Rodin, Dubuffet and Louise Bourgeois are among the jewels set in these refreshing gardens. Jardin des Tuileries (1st), M° Concorde

Jardin du Luxembourg

These lovely gardens were built upon the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612. They are composed of both English and French gardens, a large pond an orchard of old vintage fruit trees and an apiary. Activities for adults include chess, tennis and remote control boats while children can a puppet theatre, rides and slides. Rue de Médicis - Rue de Vaugirard (6th), M° Odéon

GUIDED TOURS L’Open Tour Paris

Open-topped buses and over 50 stops. Buy tickets on board, at hotels, or at their boutique office. 13 rue Auber (9th), 01.42.66.56.56. M° Opéra

Paris Authentic

This is a unique Parisian concept for personal sightseeing tours and excursions in traditional French 2cv cars. Be picked up anywhere in Paris and the Parisian drivers of Paris Authentic take you for an unusual discovery of their city. 06.64.50.44.19

Paris City Vision

City tours, day and evening excursions, trips to the Loire and other regions. 214 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.55.60.00. M° Tuileries

Retro Tour

Discover Paris on board a genuine sidecar and motorcycle with a private guided tour from Retro Tour, accompanied by your Gentleman Sider guide and driver dressed in Chevignon classic clothing. Several tours, which can carry one or two people, are available and you can also customize your tour. 01.85.39.07.07

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Centre Georges Pompidou

France’s top modern art museum, with some 56,000 works by more than 5000 artists. WedMon 11am-9pm (last tickets 8pm). Place Georges Pompidou (4th), 01.44.78.12.33. M° Rambuteau

Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine

The Palais de Chaillot now houses the Museum collection of French Monuments as part of the permanent collection in the Pavillon de Tête, while the temporary exhibits are housed in the left wing of the Pavillon d’About. The museum is composed of three Galeries: Galerie des Moulages, Galerie des Peintures and Galeries d’Architecture Moderne et Contemporaine. Mon, Wed, Fri 12pm - 8pm, Thur 12pm-10pm, Sat-Sun 11am-7pm. Palais de Chaillot, 1 Place du Trocadero et du 11 Novembre (16th), 01.58.51.52.00. M° Trocadéro

Dali Paris

In the heart of Montmartre, this venue is entirely devoted to the master of Surrealism, Salvador Dali and houses a private collection of more than 300 of his works including sculptures, engravings, objects and furniture, offering a journey into Dali’s life and work. Daily 10am-6pm. 11 rue Poulbot (18th), 01.42.64.40.10. M° Abbesses/Anvers

Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain A contemporary art centre designed by Jean Nouvel with an excellent book shop and lovely garden. Tue 11am-10pm, Wed-Sun 11am-8pm. 261 blvd Raspail (14th), 01.42.18.56.50. M° Raspail

Fondation Louis Vuitton

This cultural institution in the Bois de Boulogne is devoted to contemporary art and creation. Exhibition spaces display permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. 8 ave du Mahatma Gandhi (16th), 01.40.69.96.10. M° Sablons

La Maison de Victor Hugo

This museum located in a splendid private mansion on the Place des Vosges is devoted to the French writer, statesman and artist Victor Hugo who once lived there. The museum’s collections include drawings by Victor Hugo, manuscripts, statues and paintings as well as photographs and furnishings. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm. 6 Place des Vosges (4th), 01.42.72.10.16. M° Saint-Paul

Le Grand Musée du Parfum

The world of perfume unfolds in this museum devoted to perfume and the art of perfume making, one of France’s leading industries. Located in a beautiful private mansion, the museum takes the visitor on a historical and sensorial quest. The visit is highly interactive with videos and devices used to try out the fragrances and scents found along the way which include many of the raw materials used in perfume making. Tues-Sun 10:30am-7pm. 73 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.65.25.44. M° Miromesnil

Les Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design

This cultural institution located on the banks of the Seine showcases creation, fashion and design. Housed in a spectacular contemporary building, the centre’s programme includes special exhibitions, art and trade shows and designers in residence. 34 Quai d’Austerlitz (13th), 01.76.77.25.30. M° Gare d’Austerlitz

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Sun 10am-6 pm. 11 ave du Président Wilson (16th), 01.53.67.40.00. M° Alma-Marceau/Trocadéro

Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace

Here you will find 350 authentic aeroplanes, 1,000 scale models, thousands of works of art and one of the finest collections of aircraft in the world ranging from 17th century balloons to the Concorde. TueSun 10am-5pm. Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget, 93352 Le Bourget, 01.49.92.70.00. Take the number 350 bus from the Gare du Nord directly to the museum.

Musée de l’Armée – Hôtel des Invalides

This historic monument houses a superb military museum while Napoleon’s impressive tomb lies under the golden cupola of the Eglise du Dome. The permanent exhibition draws on a collection of more than 500,000 works, objects and documents from the Bronze Age to the 21st century. Daily 10am-5pm. Hôtel des Invalides, 129 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01.44.42.38.77. M° Varenne

Musée Cernuschi

The beautifully appointed 19th century private mansion which belonged to the Italian patriot Henri Cernuschi is home to the city’s museum devoted to the arts of Asia. The permanent collections are housed on the first floor while the ground floor is devoted to temporary exhibitions. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm. 7 ave Vélasquez (8th), 01.53.96.21.50. M° Monceau

Musée Cognacq-Jay

A semi-private museum with a fabulous collection of decorative arts-furniture, housewares, ceramics and porcelain, paintings and objets d’art, dating from the late Middle Ages to 21st century design, including a dozen sumptuously furnished period rooms. Tue-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat-Sun 10am-6pm, Thu until 9pm. 107 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.55.57.50. M° Palais Royal

This museum of the city of Paris is devoted mainly to art of the 18th century with the exception of a major work by Rembrandt. Paintings by Canaletto, Tiepolo, Boucher, Fragonard and sculptures by Houdon and Lemoyne along with period furniture, Saxe porcelain and objects worked in silver are housed in a mansion listed as a historic monument located in the Marais. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm. 8 rue Elzévir (3rd), 01.40.27.07.21. M° Saint-Paul

Mona Bismarck American Center

Musée Grévin

National art galleries in the glass-roofed exhibit hall built for the 1900 World’s Fair. Thu-Mon 10am-8pm, Wed to 10pm. 3 ave Général Eisenhower (8th), 01.44.13.17.17. M° Champs-Elysées - Clemenceau

The center is positioned to be the premier venue for American art and artists in the cultural capital of Europe – Paris. Its mission is to engage international audiences in a compelling dialogue with American culture of the 20th and 21st centuries. 34 ave de New York (16th), see the website for opening hours: www.monabismarck.org

A wax museum displaying more than 300 life-sized historical and modern French and international figures. The restored Palais des Mirages plunges the visitor into a giant, mirrored kaleidoscope. Mon-Fri 10am-6:30pm, Sat-Sun, bank and school holidays 10am-7pm. 10 blvd Montmartre (9th), 01.47.70.85.05. M° Grands Boulevards

Institut du Monde Arabe

Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaisme

Musée Guimet

Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

Designed by architect Jean Nouvel, a cultural center and museum of Arab and Islamic arts. Tue-Sun 10am-6pm; Library: Tues-Sat 1pm-8pm. 1 rue des Fossés-Saint-Bernard (5th), 01.40.51.38.38. M° Jussieu

La Cinémathèque Française - Musée du Cinéma

In a wonderful Frank Gehry-designed building, this is a cinema museum with screening rooms for international film classics, all shown in their original language. The permanent collection takes a look at cinema and its history through an impressive collection of films, objects, archives, cameras and costumes. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions. 51 rue de Bercy (12th), 01.71.19.33.33. M° Bercy

A beautiful museum of Jewish art and history in a 17th century mansion. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Hôtel de Saint-Aignan, 71 rue du Temple (3rd), 01.53.01.86.60. M° Hôtel de Ville

Musée des Arts et Métiers

A marvelous display of some 3,000 scientific and technological discoveries and inventions through the centuries, including Pascal’s 1642 calculator and Foucault’s 1855 pendulum. TueSun 10 am-6 pm, Thu 10 am- 9:30 pm. 60 rue Réaumur (3rd), 01.53.01.82.00. M° Arts et Métiers

Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

The city’s modern art museum offers a permanent collection covering the entire 20th century. Tue-

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This museum houses one of the most extensive collections of Asian art in Europe, displaying over 4,000 works of art from the continent’s myriad cultures and civilisations, spanning five millennia. Daily 10am-6pm, last entrance at 5:30pm, closed Tues. 6 Place d’Iéna (16th), 01.56.52.53.00. M° Iéna/Boissière

Musée en Herbe

A superb museum for children (and adults, too) of interactive exhibits and workshops. The boutique, in a fairy tale setting, is filled with books, games and educational toys for all age groups. Opened everyday 10am-7pm. 21 rue Herold (1st), 01.40.67.97.66. M° Palais Royal

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Musée de l’Homme

The national anthropological museum houses remarkable, internationally renowned prehistory and anthropological collections offering a glimpse into the human being, his complex nature and evolution from the inception of his appearance on the face of the planet to the present. Wed-Mon 10am-6pm, until 9pm on Wed. 17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre (16th), 01.44.05.72.72. M° Trocadéro

Musée Jacquemart-André The mansion of 19th century magnate Edouard André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, whose stunning collection of furniture and art includes an Italian section with works by Mantegna, Uccello and Botticelli. Daily 10am-6pm, Mon & Sat until 9:30pm (for temporary exhibitions only). 158 blvd Haussmann (8th), 01.45.62.11.59. M° Miromesnil

Musée du Louvre

One of the world’s most important art collections, including the Mona Lisa, European painting and sculpture, large-format 19th century French paintings, Greek, Roman and Egyptian antiquities. Open Wed-Mon 9am-6pm (to 9:45 pm Wed & Fri, reduced price after 6pm). 99 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.40.20.53.17. M° Palais-Royal/Louvre-Rivoli

Musée de la Magie

A fantasy world awaits in this space devoted to magic. Beneath 16th century vaulted cellars are optical illusions, magic art and more. The visit winds up with a superb magic show. Wed, Sat, Sun and school holidays. 2pm-7pm. 11 rue Saint Paul (4th), 01.42.72.13.26. M° Saint-Paul

Musée de Montmartre and Jardins Renoir

The museum on the hill was founded in 1960 and today houses a permanent collection that boasts works by Toulouse-Lautrec, Modigliani and Utrillo. The charming museum is also surrounded by three gardens dedicated to Auguste Renoir, rendering the museum even more exceptional. Open daily from 10am to 6pm. 12-14 rue Cortot (18th), 01.49.25.89. 39. M° Lamarck-Caulaincourt

Musée du Parfum - Fragonard

Discover the world of perfume and perfume making in this delightful museum operated by Fragonard, the legendary Grasse-based perfume and essence maker ensconced in a superb Napoleon III town house. This year Fragonard is celebrating the lily of the valley. Free. Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun and holidays 9am-5pm. 3-5 square de l’Opéra Louis Jouvet (9th) , 01.40.06.10.09. M° Opéra

Musée Marmottan Monet

A beautiful and delightful museum in a private mansion housing the world’s largest collection of works by Claude Monet. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm, Thurs until 8pm. 2 rue Louis Boilly (16th), 01.44.96.50.33. M° La Muette

Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle

A natural history museum famed for its Grande Galerie de l’Evolution, a stunning display of

thousands of animal species. Other galleries house the rich collections of paleontology, comparative anatomy, mineralogy and geology. The galleries and exhibition halls are surrounded by the botanical gardens of Paris and one of the oldest zoological gardens in the world, the Ménagerie. Wed-Mon 10am-6pm, Sat late night until 8 pm. Jardin des Plantes, 36 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (5th), 01.40.79.54.79. M° Censier-Daubenton/Austerlitz

Musée National Jean-Jacques Henner

This museum housed in an elegant 19th century mansion showcases some 300 works, objects and documents tracing the life and career of the 19th century French painter Jean-Jacques Henner. Wed-Mon 11am to 6pm. 43 avenue de Villiers (17th), 01.47.63.42.73. M° Malesherbes

Musée de l’Orangerie

In the heart of Paris in the Tuileries Garden this completely renovated museum allows the visitor to discover the spectacular ensemble of Monet’s Water Lilies in natural lighting as well as the 144 works of art in the Walter-Guillaume Collection (including Renoir, Cézanne, Modigliani, Matisse, Picasso...). Wed-Mon 9am- 6pm. Jardin des Tuileries, entrance Place de la Concorde (1st). M° Concorde

Musée d’Orsay

A dramatically renovated former train station devoted to 19th and 20th century art, including the Impressionists, Manet, Van Gogh and Gauguin. Tue-Sun 9:30am-6pm. 1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur (7th), 01.40.49.48.14. M° Solférino

work and is located on the premises of his former haute couture house. Retrospective displays are alternated with temporary thematic exhibitions and by appointment guided tours can be organized. Tues-Sun 11am-6pm, last tickets at 5:15pm. 5 avenue Marceau (16th), 01.44.31.64.00. M°Alma-Marceau

Palais Galliera

Formerly the 19th century Palais de la Duchesse de Galliera, this is the city’s fashion museum. Tue-Sun 10am-6pm. 10 ave Pierre 1er de Serbie (16th), 01.56.52.86.00. M° léna/Alma-Marceau

Palais de la Découverte

This museum and cultural centre geared for both children and adults is devoted to the sciences and hosts temporary exhibitions in addition to its permanent spaces devoted to math, physics and other sciences. Interactive displays, workshops and a planetarium are all on the agenda.Tues-Sat 9:30am to 6pm. Avenue Franklin Roosevelt (8th), 01.56.43.20.20. M° Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau

Palais de Tokyo

Built in 1937 as the French Modern Art Museum, the Palais is known today as the site of contemporary creation, dedicated to opening the minds of all generations. This is the only museum in Paris to be open until midnight and almost all events are open to the public. From 12 noon to 12 midnight every day except Tuesday. 13 ave du Président Wilson(16th),01.47.23.54.01. M° Iéna

Petit Palais

An extensive and dramatically displayed collection of indigenous arts from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. Tue, Wed & Sun 11am-7pm, Thur, Fri & Sat 1am-9pm. 37 Quai Branly (7th), 01.56.61.70.00. M° Alma Marceau

The city’s fine arts museum, in a beautifully renovated 1900 building. The extensive permanent collection offers a panorama of art from antiquity to the early 20th century. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm, late night Thurs until 8pm. Ave Winston Churchill (8th), 01.53.43.40.00. M° Champs-Elysées - Clemenceau

Musée Picasso

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Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac

A major collection of Picasso’s works - paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics - displayed in a beautifully restored 17th century mansion in the trendy Marais district. Tues-Fri 11:30am-6pm, Sat & Sun 9:30am-6pm, late night until 9pm, the third Friday of the month. 5 rue Thorigny (3rd), 01.42.71.25.21. M° Saint-Sébastien - Froissart

Musée Rodin

Sculpture by Auguste Rodin, with works by his pupil and muse Camille Claudel, in a former private mansion, with its famous gardens and chapel. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:45pm, late night Wed until 9pm. Garden closes at 5pm. 79 rue de Varenne (7th), 01.44.18.61.10. M° Varenne

Musée du Vin

Opened in 1984, the Wine Museum is a cultural center exhibiting the rich and varied collections of French wine housed in one of Paris’ oldest limestone quarries. Tue-Sat 10am-6pm. 5 Square Charles Dickens (16th), 01.45.25.70.89. M° Passy

Musée Yves Saint Laurent

This museum devoted to the French designer Yves Saint Laurent exhibits the couturier’s body of

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This cultural venue in eastern Paris dedicated to music houses concert halls, exhibition spaces, rehearsal rooms and educational spaces for workshops and conferences. Tues-Fri 12pm-6pm/ Sat & Sun 10am to 6pm. 221 ave Jean Jaurès (19th), 01.44. 84.44.84. M° Porte de Pantin

11 Conti - Monnaie de Paris

This beautiful building on the Seine was home to the French mint. Today craftsmen continue to fashion medals, official decorations and collector’s coins. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm. 11 Quai de Conti (6th), 01.40.46.56.66. M° Pont Neuf

PRACTICAL INFORMATION Le Kiosque Théâtre

Offers tickets for shows on the same day at half price. Seats are available for most shows in theatres, café-théâtres and prestigious cabarets. Tues-Sat 12:30pm-8pm/ Sun12:30pm-4pm. Kiosque Madeleine: facing 15 Place de la Madeleine (8th). M° Madeleine; Kiosque Montparnasse: on the esplanade between the Tower and the Gare Montparnasse. M° Montparnasse-Bienvenue

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Southern Comfort The brilliant young chef Julia Sedefdjian, who first won a Michelin star when she was only 21, has opened her first restaurant, and it’s not only a real charmer but also one of the best new tables in Paris in 2018. Sedefdjian is a native of Nice, and at her new place, Baieta, on the Left Bank she serves up a deliciously personal contemporary take on the Niçoise comfort-food dishes she grew up eating as a child. Dishes like sea bream tartare seasoned with lime, coconut milk and lemon grass show off her culinary wit and agility, as does her superb aioli, that southern signature dish of cod with boiled vegetables and lashings of garlic mayonnaise and a tenderly deconstructed bouillabaisse, where the fish are individually poached to retain their texture and taste rather than being muddled into the single rich flavour found in the traditional preparation of this Provençal classic. Sedefdjian loves vegetables, too, including artichokes, tomatoes and aubergines. Other excellent dishes include poached beef tongue with capers and an anchoïade sauce and smoked guinea hen breast, which is served with garnishes of stuffed cabbage, a canapé of the bird’s gizzards and a vinegar-spiked sauce of cooking juices. Sedefdjian began her impressive career as a pastry chef, which explains the excellence of the desserts here, including a sablé with fennel and lemon-pastis sorbet and a clever modern riff on a classic lemon tart. The wine list offers a fine selection of affordable bottles, and the service is as impeccable as it is friendly. This is wonderful table to discover in Paris this summer. – Alexander Lobrano Baieta 5 rue de Pontoise (5th), 01 42 02 59 19

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New to the 8th It’s been a long-time coming, but the 8th arrondissement, which is bisected by the Champs-Elysées and filled with shops, offices and hotels, is emerging as one of the more interesting restaurant neighbourhoods in Paris. The latest contender is 24 Le Restaurant, a sleek new table where chef Erwan Merdrignac is serving up some delectable and intriguing imaginative contemporary French cooking with a deliciously cosmopolitan point of view. Dining here recently with a food-loving friend who was visiting Paris from Los Angeles, we started off with two wonderfully sophisticated dishes, a poached egg with beechwood smoked haddock, broccoli, a potato waffle and caviar and a fascinating preparation of escargots with garlic cream, watercress butter, pork belly and Comté cheese. The intricacy and elegance of Merdrignac’s cooking continued with our main courses that included a veal filet mignon cooked with Vadouvan (a spice mix) and served with a mousseline of baby peas, onion compote with almonds and a jus de veau with Piquillo peppers and roasted pigeon with Jerusalem artichoke purée and a superb chutney of onions and cranberries. The dessert not to miss here is the chocolate soufflé, and service is excellent, which makes this address as perfect for a gourmet tête-à-tête as it is for a business meal. – A.L. 24 Le Restaurant 24 rue Jean Mermoz (8th), 01 42 25 24 24 w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 59


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A Taste of Greece Mavrommatis’s new restaurant located at the famous deli’s 16th arrondissement’s address is a treat for Mediterranean cuisine-loving taste buds. The Greek deli now serves traditional Greek cuisine in a modern setting in an intimate dining room that accommodates 40 at a time. On the menu is everything we love about Greek food, fresh, generous and full of flavour. For starters there is of course the Greek salad as well as grilled octopus and mezze platters for sharing, and for mains there is the hearty moussaka made with lamb and veal, though if you are looking for something lighter the restaurant serves the famous chicken skewers served with creamy Greek yoghurt. The restaurant also boasts a wine cellar offering 300 different wines, including a white wine from Santorini. – S.I. Mavrommatis 70 ave Paul Doumer (16th), 01 40 50 70 40

Family-run, the authentic Asian restaurant Au Coin des Gourmets is where you will find traditional Vietnamese and Cambodian dishes that work in delicious spices that awaken the senses. Try the steamed cod served in a banana leaf and flavoured with lemongrass and coconut milk, or try the traditional Vietnamese dumplings or perhaps the green papaya salad for something a little bit fresher for the palette on warmer days. Cosy and friendly, this is an ideal restaurant if you are looking to discover gourmet cuisine from the Orient. – S.I. Au Coin des Gourmets 5 rue Dante (5th), 01 43 26 12 92 60 W HE R E PA R I S I J U N E 2018

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LE CINQ CODET Classic French / Paris 7th Take your time, breathe in the fresh air and brunch... the courtyard of Le Codet restaurant is the place to be every Sunday during the summer. Good weather and delicious seasonal dishes put together by chef Antoine K’Ros are to be discovered. Brunch: Every Sunday 11am to 3.30pm / 45€ Lunch: From Monday to Saturday 12–2.30pm / from 20€ Dinner: From Monday to Saturday 7-10.30pm / from 25€

5 rue Louis Codet, Paris 7th Metro: Ècole Militaire Tel. +33 (0)1 53 85 15 60 www.le5codet.com

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A Sweet BREAK By Sandra Iskander

Bikini season may be dawning but when in Paris there is no excuse for not tasting some of the best desserts in the world.

2 Superstar pastry chef Cédric Grolet is known for his crafty skills in creating mouth-watering desserts that are shaped to look like the pastry’s key ingredient, a lemon shaped lemon tart or a hazelnut shaped praline delight are only some of his creations that have awarded him the best pastry chef title by Gault & Millau. Now Le Meurice hotel is giving visitors a chance to take-away Grolet’s award-winning dessert from the newly inaugurated La Pâtisserie du Meurice par Cédric Grolet. The pastry shop is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm but you need to get there quick as the desserts sell like hot cakes and the shop closes its doors once it has sold out. 6 rue de Castiglione (1st), 01 44 58 10 10

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He is known for his trademark square, which shapes his chocolates and now chocolatier Pierre Marcolini has embraced the cube and has introduced the Désirs collection. Marcolini’s first foray into pastries sees a collection of 11 Désirs cubes, each mixing different flavours and textures, creating a sweet explosion of happiness on the taste buds. The Désir Noisette mixes milk chocolate, Chantilly cream and a heart of crème brûlée while the Désir Agrumes hides a heart of citrus in a dark chocolate cube. 3 rue Scribe (9th), 01 44 71 03 74

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If you are discovering the neighbourhood of Saint-Germain, make sure you stop at the Gérard Mulot bakery. Besides finding freshly baked baguettes you will also be treating your eyes and your sweet tooth to a countertop filled with traditional French pastries including éclairs, millefeuilles and fruit tarts. 76 rue de Seine (6th), 01 43 26 85 77

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A chocoholic’s dream has been realised in the form of La Chocolaterie Cyril Lignac. French chef Cyril Lignac has embraced chocolate in all its forms and created a dessert menu that only features chocolate. There are chocolate cookies, chocolate tarts, brownies, éclairs and even hot chocolate to wash it all down with. And if you are still looking for a chocolate hit, the chef has his own line of chocolate blocks that are available in the chocolaterie. 34 rue du Dragon (6th), 01 55 87 21 40

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He made his name at the Plaza Athénée and now you can devour Christophe Michalak’s sweet desserts at his hipster coffee shop where you can enjoy coffee or the smooth hot chocolate with one of the chef’s pastries. The hardest thing here is choosing which dessert to succumb to with too many mouth-watering options to choose from including the Paris Brest, the raspberry pavlova and the dessert that was his signature creation at the Plaza, the salted caramel religieuse. 60 Fbg Poissonnière (10th), 01 42 46 10 45


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Made Over by French Fare

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Ever since I first discovered Le Vaudeville, a beautiful art-deco style restaurant across the street from the former Paris stock exchange building on a rainy Sunday night some thirty years ago, I’ve loved this place. Now this gem has been given a subtle and needed makeover that has not only refreshed its charm but also enhanced it by creating a new bar area and vastly expanding the sidewalk terrace just in time for summer dining. Better still, the menu has been updated and a change of ownership has led to a noticeable improvement in the kitchen, too. Stopping by for dinner on a recent Sunday, we started off with an excellent sea bream tartare and tiny cheese-filled ravioli from the Dauphine region, and then tucked into a filet mignon of beef with Béarnaise sauce and a small welcome avalanche of crispy frites and a house specialty, the cod with mushrooms and summer truffles. We concluded this very good meal with crêpes Suzette and an impeccable vanilla millefeuille from Angelina, the famous patisserie on the Rue de Rivoli. Service was charming, there are some good wines served by the carafe as well as the bottle, and the people watching was first-rate, too. – A.L. Le Vaudeville 29 rue Vivienne (2nd), 01 40 20 04 62

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49 rue Vauvilliers, Paris 1st 4Metro: Louvre-Rivoli/Châtelet-Les Halles 4Tel: +33 (0)1 45 08 83 11 4Lunch: 12pm to 2.00pm except Monday and Tuesday 4Dinner: 7pm to 10.30pm except Monday 4Balinese Dance show on Friday Night 4Special discovery menu, the RIJSTTAFEL: 25-55€ 4www.djakarta-bali.com

460 rue Pierre Charron , Paris 8th 4Metro: Franklin Roosevelt 4Tel: +33 (0)1 45 63 48 48 4Monday-Saturday, lunch and dinner from noon -3pm and in the evening from 7pm-midnight 4www.ziti.fr

Imagine a little gem of a place, serene and refined, decorated with batiks and Javanese puppets, just around the corner from the Louvre. Enjoy delicate foods from Java, Sumatra and Bali. Don’t miss the Beef RENDANG "Best Dish of the world" by CNN Travel reader ‘s choice 2017.

Classic Italian specialties are served in this lively eatery off the Champs-Elysées. Starters include a bresaola-based salad and Parma ham aged for 20 months. Homemade pastas are on the agenda with for example linguine in tuna and tomato sauce.

AU COIN DES GOURMETS Indochine Cuisine / Paris 1st & 5th This restaurant is the ideal place for a quick lunch or a romantic dinner. For the past 30 years, the Ta family has been offering authentic Vietnamese cuisine. You will be seduced by the freshness and the refined savours of their dishes. Recommended by Zagat. Near Place Vendôme, near Notre-Dame. Advisable to reserve.

38 rue du Mont-Thabor, Paris 1st Tel: +33 (0)1 42 60 79 79 www.coindesgourmetsrivedroite.fr 5 rue Dante, Paris 5th Tel: +33 (0)1 43 26 12 92

LUNCH & DINNER CRUISES SIGHTSEEING CRUISES Discover the spirit of Paris from the River Seine… Located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, Bateaux Parisiens provides every day an intense and tasty journey along the most beautiful of Parisian boulevards. Embark aboard its entirely glassed-over boats for a unique cultural and gastronomic experience. www.bateauxparisiens.com • +33 (0)1 76 64 14 45 Bateaux Parisiens, a

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Enjoy a romantic dinner cruise on the Seine river enchanted by violin and piano music. Daily departures for dinner at 8:30pm. On Sat, Sun and public holidays lunches at 1pm (with country music). Port de la Conférence, Pont de l’Alma (8th), 01.42.25.96.10. Mº Alma-Marceau

Bateaux Parisiens - Classic French

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Enjoy a three or four course lunch or dinner on board these boats as they take you on a tour of Paris on the Seine. The menus change with the seasons. The lunch menu can include chilled green asparagus with mozzarella and for a main free-range chicken with mashed potatoes. Dinner choices can include smoked salmon to start and as a main filet of sea bass. Reservations required. Port de la Bourdonnais (7th), 01.76.64.14.45. M° Trocadéro

Yachts de Paris - Classic French (€€€€€)

The most luxurious of all the river boats serves up gourmet dinner cruises in collaboration with the French house of gastronomy Lenôtre. The seasonal menu includes noble products and dishes that have been elaborated exclusively for the cruise. Enjoy an appetizer of crayfish followed by poultry with zucchini flowers, then cheese and dessert. Port Henri IV (4th), 01.44.54.14.70. M° Pont de Sully

FOOD & WINE Fauchon

A celebrated food emporium with an excellent selection of wines, along with foie gras, caviar, exotic fruit, chocolates, teas and spices. Also offers top-notch take-out meals. 26 Place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.70.39.38.00. M° Madeleine .Two doors down at Number 30 find Le Café and Le Comptoir with a fabulous wine cellar, a great cheese plate, and the most delicious caramel éclairs. Amazing gift baskets make for a perfect offering for all foodies.

La Grande Epicerie Rive Droite

This high end grocery store carries superb and carefully selected meats, fish, cheeses and produce as well as a full range of gourmet products ranging from spices to teas and coffees, condiments, a host of sweet treats and more. There is a fine selection of beers, wines and spirits and a luxury counter with truffles, smoked salmon and caviar and other delicacies. 80 rue de Passy (16th), 01.44.14.38.00. M° La Muette

La Maison Plisson

This grocery store carries a full range of excellent, carefully sourced products ranging from meats to cheeses to cold cuts and fresh fruits and

vegetables. Homemade juices, fine wines and fresh breads are all available and there is a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and light meals and snacks. 93 blvd Beaumarchais (3rd), 01.71.18.19.09. M° Saint Sébastien-Froissart

Nicolas

The celebrated Parisian wine shops offer a wide range of reds, whites, rosés, champagnes and liquors for all budgets. A warm welcome and excellent advice are hallmarks of Nicolas. The threestorey Place de la Madeleine boutique is the largest and features a wine cellar. An on the premises wine bar is opened Mon-Fri noon-8pm/Sat noon-3pm. 31 Place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.42.68.00.16. Mº Madeleine

Vintage&Cie

Exceptional wines are found in this shop, which specialises in grands crus, old vintages and rare wines. The boutique also offers a selection of champagnes and spirits as well as an eclectic range of more accessible wines. Every Thursday evening between 6pm and 8pm the house holds tastings open to the public to discover a wine, champagne or a spirit and the tasting room in the wine cellar can be privatised. 199 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.40.70.98.43. M° Ternes

AROUND LOUVRE & PALAIS ROYAL (1st, 2nd) Au Coin Des Gourmets - Indochinese (€€)

This restaurant serves excellent Cambodian, Laotian and Vietnamese dishes in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Savoury starters include the shrimp dumpling soup and a fine selection of dim sum. Excellent main courses include the chicken sautéed with fresh ginger and prawns braised in three different peppers. The restaurant has a nice list of French wines. Mon-Sat L&D. 38 rue du Mont Thabor (1st), 01.42.60.79.79. M° Concorde

Aux Lyonnais - Bistro (€€)

A beautiful 1890 bistro now co-owned by superchef Alain Ducasse, offering spiffed-up and modernized Lyon specialties: baked eggs with crawfish, roast chicken with mushrooms, tomatoes and onions in vinegar glaze. Tue-Fri L&D, Sat D. 32 rue Saint-Marc (2nd), 01.42.96.65.04. M° Richelieu-Drouot

Bistro Volnay - Bistro (€€€)

Good, authentic French food in a relaxed, friendly setting with a first-rate wine list including an excellent value Volnay. The cheese tray is superb and generously served. Mon-Fri L&D. 8 rue Volney (2nd), 01.42.61.06.65. Mº Opéra

Brasserie Réjane - Brasserie (€€)

This casual restaurant offers up traditional French

fare at the Nolinski hotel. Classic starters include mackerel in white wine with grain mustard dressing while a nice main is the roasted free-range chicken in a thyme-flavoured gravy. The desserts were created by pastry chef Yann Brys who has the M.O.F., the finest craftsman of France, title. Daily B, L & D, 7am-11pm. 16 ave de l’Opéra (1st), 01.42.86.10.10. M° Pyramides

Canard & Champagne - Classic French (€€)

This charming restaurant serves two of France’s most emblematic foodstuffs, duck and champagne. French-raised duck is served deliciously as foie gras, confit (preserved in its own fat and grilled) and magret (duck breast). There is a superb selection of champagnes as well. Tues-Sat L&D. 57 Passage des Panoramas (2nd), 09.81.83.95.69. M° Grands Boulevards

Champeaux - Brasserie (€€)

This Alain Ducasse brasserie, located beneath the canopy of the Forum des Halles centre, is a fine spot for a nice lunch, inventive cocktails with tapas or dinner. Traditional brasserie fare is on the agenda like cold cut platters and onion soup as well as a selection of marinated raw fish dishes and an array of soufflés, the house’s signature dish. Daily L & D. Forum des Halles, Porte Rambuteau (1st), 01.53.45.84.50 . M° Les Halles

Clover Grill - Steakhouse (€€€)

The latest offering from French chef Jean-François Piège sees carnivores treated to the best steak in town. Black Market beef from Australia and Prime Angus beef from Kansas are only some of the cuts found on the menu alongside cocktails created by the talented trio behind the Experimental Cocktail Club especially for the restaurant. Mon- Sat L&D. 6 rue Bailleul (1st), 01.40.41.59.59. Mº Louvre-Rivoli

Djakarta Bali - Indonesian (€)

An excellent restaurant run by a charming, Englishspeaking brother-and-sister team. Try lumpia (deep-fried spring rolls), or ayam jahe (chicken caramelized in ginger). Tue-Sun L&D. 9 rue Vauvilliers (1st), 01.45.08.83.11. Mº Louvre-Rivoli

Le Grand Vefour - Modern Classic (€€€€)

The opulent two-star restaurant in the Palais Royal arcades that has been serving the Parisian beau monde since the 1700s. Among chef Guy Martin’s superb dishes are the foie gras ravioli with truffle jus. Mon-Fri L&D, Fri. L only. 17 rue de Beaujolais (1st), 01.42.96.56.27. Mº Palais Royal

Le Céladon - Gourmet (€€€€)

This restaurant inside the Hôtel Westminster offers up sourced market-based gastronomic dishes in a refined Regency style setting. Chef Christophe Moisand changes the menu on a weekly basis but dishes may include a medley of Saint Jacques with

Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. Check when booking that the restaurant will accept your credit card. B, L & D: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

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leeks and candied lemon for starters and marinated cod poached with ginger for a main. Daily L&D. 13 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.47.03.40.42. M° Opéra

Le Meurice-Alain Ducasse - Modern Classic (€€€€€)

A stunning 18th-century room offers a gastronomic menu featuring sumptuous 2-star cuisine that changes with the seasons. Daily B, L (except Sat), D. Hôtel Meurice, 228 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.58.10.44. Mº Tuileries

Le Lulli - Classic French

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This delightful restaurant located in the Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal offers fine cuisine in a winter garden setting. Recent offerings included a pea soup flavoured with mint and served with peppered ricotta, and the Lulli cheeseburger served with French fries. B daily, Mon-Fri L. 4 rue de Valois (1st), 01.42.96.72.20. M° Palais RoyalMusée du Louvre

Le Restaurant du Palais Royal - Contemporary (€€) Fine contemporary French cuisine can be savoured in this one-star restaurant with an elegant and cosy atmosphere overlooking the beautiful gardens of the Palais Royal. Chef Philip Chronopoulos prepares traditional dishes like lamb T-bone served with sweet peas and seaweed, and caramelised duck served with a sweet apricot jus and carrot puree. Tues-Sat L&D. 110 Galerie de Valois (1st), 01.40.20.00.27. M° Palais Royal

Le Soufflé - Classic French (€€)

This is the place to taste one of France’s finest specialties, the souffle. Attentive service and superb quality await in this restaurant established in 1961. Faithful to traditional cuisine, in addition to over 20 different kinds of souffles, a classic French menu is proposed. Mon-Sat L&D. 36 rue du Mont Thabor (1st), 01.42.60.27.19. Mº Concorde

LE MARAIS (3rd, 4th) Bofinger - Brasserie (€€)

A landmark brasserie with a sensational Belle Epoque decor. Keep it simple here: steak tartare, oysters and big seafood platters. Daily L&D until 1 am. 5-7 rue de la Bastille (4th), 01.42.72.87.82. M° Bastille

Breakfast in America - American (€€)

For a traditional American Diner serving classic comfort food - including real burgers and breakfasts (omelets, bagels and yummy pancakes with real maple syrup etc.), plus fresh milkshakes and much more. Receive 10% off when you order breakfast anytime of the day by showing our ad. 4 rue Malher (4th), 01.42.72.40.21. M° Saint-Paul

L’Ambroisie - Haute Cuisine (€€€€€)

In a beautiful 17th century mansion in the Place des Vosges, media-shy three-star chef Bernard Pacaud is renowned for splendid renditions of deceptively simple dishes such as lobster ravioli with truffles or langoustine feuillantine with sesame and curry. TueSat L&D. 9 Place des Vosges (4th), 01.42.78.51.45. Mº Saint-Paul

L’Ami Louis - Bistro (€€€€€)

A classic bistro known for huge portions of foie gras and exorbitant prices. People tend to love it or hate it, and well-heeled tourists reserve weeks in advance. Wed-Sun L&D. 32 rue du Vertbois (3rd), 01.48.87.77.48. M° Arts et Métiers

QUARTIER LATIN & SAINT-GERMAIN (5th, 6th) Alcazar - Brasserie (€€€)

This family-owned Parisian restaurant offers a harmonious atmosphere highlighted by luxuriant vegetation. Savour a beet, goat cheese and hazelnut salad for starters then try a nicely spiced shoulder of lamb with apricots for a main. Meanwhile cocktails can be enjoyed up on the balcony. Daily L&D, closed Sun & Mon in the summer. 62 rue Mazarine (6th), 01.53.10.19.99. Mº Odéon

Au Moulin à Vent - Bistro (€€)

This charming bistro located in one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Paris is known for the quality of its Salers beef and its specialties of the Beaujolais region. Tues–Fri L&D/Sat D only. 20 rue des FossésSaint-Bernard (5th), 01.43.54.99.37. M° Jussieu

Café de Flore - Bistro (€€)

La Méditerranée - Seafood (€€)

A bright and beautiful, mostly seafood restaurant with marvelous wall paintings and a glasswalled terrace facing the Odéon theater. It once welcomed the likes of Liz Taylor and Orson Welles, as the discreet photos on the stairwell attest. Daily L&D until 11 pm. 2 Place de l’Odéon (6th), 01.43.26.02.30. M° Odéon

Lapérouse - Gourmet (€€€)

This elegant restaurant on the Seine serves finely prepared gastronomic French cuisine. Starters include crayfish ravioli or foie gras with 12 spices. A nice main course is the aged house steak. Private dining rooms may be reserved as well. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat, D only. 51 Quai des Grands Augustins (6th), 01.43.26.68.04. Mº Saint-Michel

La Tour d’Argent - Classic French (€€€€€)

A Paris institution from another era, now with only one star, but still offering its famous numbered pressed duck and an absolutely magical view of Notre-Dame. Tues-Sat L&D. 15-17 Quai de la Tournelle (5th), 01.43.54.23.31. Mº Maubert-Mutualité

La Truffière - Southwestern French (€€€)

Cozy restaurant in a 17th century vaulted cellar serving southwestern French cuisine, including foie gras and black and white truffle dishes, and menus that change with the seasons. 2,400 bottle wine list. Tue-Sun L&D. 4 rue de Blainville (5th), 01.46.33.29.82. Mº Place Monge

Le Montparnasse 1900 - Classic French (€€)

The legendary café made famous in the 1950s by Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and other Left Bank intellectuals. The atmosphere is still Parisian, the fare limited to (expensive) drinks and light snacks and traditional desserts. Daily 7:30 am-1:30 am. 172 blvd Saint-Germain (6th), 01.45.48.55.26. Mº Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Sumptuous food in a sumptuous decor. A stunning Art Nouveau setting in this registered historical monument surrounds you as you delight in a fine selection of grilled meats and finely prepared dishes. Daily L&D. 59 blvd Montparnasse (6th), 01.45.49.19.00. Mº Montparnasse-Bienvenue

Café des Deux Magots - Café (€€)

Relais Louis XIII - Classic French (€€€€)

The other legendary Left Bank café, still going strong long after its 1950s heyday. The prices are equally high, but it remains an authentic Parisian favourite. Daily 7:30 am-1:30 am. 6 Place Saint-Germain (6th), 01.45.48.55.25. Mº Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Hélène Darroze - Southwestern French (€€)

Young chef Hélène Darroze serves up southwestern French specialties in this contemporary one-star restaurant. The casual ground floor Salon d’Hélène serves upscale tapas. Tue-Sat L&D. 4 rue d’Assas (6th), 01.42.22.00.11. Mº Sèvres Babylone

In a wood-beamed medieval townhouse, twostar chef Manuel Martinez serves delicious dishes revolving around seasonal products. Fine wine list. Tue-Sat, L&D. 8 rue des Grands-Augustins (6th), 01.43.26.75.96. Mº Saint-Michel

Ze Kitchen Galerie - Fusion (€€)

Ze silly name aside, chef William Ledeuil’s chic restaurant offers excellent soups, marinated fish, pasta starters and main courses a la plancha. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D. 4 rue des Grands-Augustins (6th), 01.44.32.00.32. Mº Saint-Michel

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Daily L&D. Hôtel Le Bristol, 112 rue du Fbg SaintHonoré (8th), 01.53.43.43.00. Mº Miromesnil

Arpège - Contemporary (€€€€€)

La Scène - Gourmet (€€€€)

Three-star chef Alain Passard’s menu is now half vegetarian serving ravioli with vegetables, Cévennes onions with Parmesan, and his famous tomato dessert - though carnivores can find dishes like squab with sugared almonds. Mon-Fri L&D. 84 rue de Varenne (7th), 01.47.05.09.06. M° Varenne

This gastronomic restaurant in the Prince de Galles hotel offers an authentic and generous cuisine using remarkable products. For a fish course, succulent French lobster is a fine choice while meat dishes include fine milk-fed veal and wild hare from the Beauce region. Mon-Sat B, L&D, Sun Brunch. 33 ave George V (8th), 01.53.23.78.52. Mº George V

Jules Verne - Haute Cuisine (€€€€)

Ladurée Champs-Elysées - French Pastries (€€)

This gastronomic gem is a very expensive restaurant in the Eiffel Tower taken over by multiple-star chef Alain Ducasse. The Jules Verne has been awarded one Michelin star. Treat yourself to “haute-cuisine” with the most spectacular view of Paris. Daily L&D. Eiffel Tower, 2nd floor (7th), 01.45.55.61.44. Mº Bir-Hakeim

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon - Bistronomy (€€€)

The 1-star lunch-counter restaurant of chef Joel Robuchon serves contemporary French dishes such as a foie gras burger. Daily L&D until 11 pm. 5 rue Montalembert (7th), 01.42.22.56.56. M° Rue du Bac

Les Ombres - Contemporary (€€€€)

The spectacular glass-domed rooftop restaurant of Musée du Quai Branly, directly beneath the Eiffel Tower. Contemporary French with an exotic touch: foie gras terrine with mango chutney, roast lamb with gingerbread and zucchini ravioli. Daily L&D. 27 Quai Branly (7th), 01.47.53.68.00. Mº Alma-Marceau

Every day from 7.30 am to midnight, Ladurée serves breakfast, lunch, tea time and dinner. On the ground floor the “Eiffel Veranda” as well as the outdoor terrace overlook the glamorous Avenue des Champs-Elysées. On the first floor, the five cosy dining rooms is decorated in the “Second Empire” refined style. 75 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th)

Laurent - Gourmet (€€€€)

This gourmet 1-star Michelin restaurant serving sophisticated cuisine in a beautiful setting with a garden is a Parisian institution. The finest produce and products are used to prepare seasonal French cuisine with a contemporary touch. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D only. 41 ave Gabriel (8th), 01.42.25.00.39. M° Champs-Elysées Clemenceau

Lasserre - Classic French (€€€€)

AROUND THE CHAMPS-ELYSÉES (8th)

Chef Michel Roth serves an authentic and refined cuisine revolving around fresh produce in this historic one-star restaurant with its gliding sunroof ceiling. Tues-Sat D only, Thu-Fri L. 17 ave F. Delano Roosevelt (8th), 01.43.59.02.13. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

114 Faubourg - Brasserie (€€€)

Le 68 par Guy Martin - Contemporary (€€)

An elegant one-star establishment in the Bristol Hotel proffers superb cooking from three-star chef Eric Frechon in a delightful duplex space. 7/7, L&D. 114 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th) , 01.53.43.44.44. Mº Miromesnil

39V - Contemporary (€€€)

This glamorous one-star restaurant, in the heart of the Golden Triangle, sports a modern, streamlined décor. The grilled langoustines in a light citrus sauce are excellent as is the cheesecake. Mon-Fri L&D. 39 ave George V (8th), 01.56.62.30.05. Mº George V

Apicius - Contemporary (€€€€)

The one-star restaurant of chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, offering a mix of modern and country cooking: lobster ravioli, potato charlotte with caviar. Mon-Fri L&D. 20 rue d’Artois (8th), 01.43.80.19.66. Mº Saint-Philippe-du-Roule

Caviar House & Prunier - Caviar

(€€€€)

Next door to the competition, the caviar shop and restaurant annex of Prunier (16th), specializing in French caviar. Mon-Sat L&D. 15 Place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.47.42.98.98. M° Madeleine

Epicure - Gourmet (€€€€€)

The beautiful dining room looks out over the hotel’s French garden and is a perfect setting for three-star chef Eric Frechon’s remarkable cuisine.

Tucked away downstairs in the historic Guerlain boutique is a restaurant bursting with flavourful dishes. The menu and restaurant have been conceived by starred chef Guy Martin and the dishes draw their inspiration from Guerlain’s famous fragrances. 7/7, continuous, B, L, D. 68 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th) 01.45.62.54.10. M° George V

Le Camondo - Contemporary (€€€)

This delightful restaurant in a private mansion is adjacent to the museum of the same name. The menu changes with the seasons and can include a crab and grapefruit salad for starters followed by filet of duck breast with figs. There are a host of homemade pastries for dessert. Tues-Sat L&D, Sun L only. 61bis rue de Monceau (8th), 01.45.63.40.40. M° Villiers

Le Clarence -Gourmet (€€€€€)

This beautifully appointed restaurant in a majestic private mansion, the Hôtel Dillon, serves the finest in French gastronomy in an 18th century setting. The prix-fixe menus revolve around carefully prepared classical French dishes made with seasonal products and the restaurant has an exceptional wine list. Tues-Sat L&D, Tues D only. 31 ave Franklin D. Roosevelt (8th), 01.82.82.10.10. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Ledoyen - Gourmet (€€€€€)

This 3-star restaurant in an elegant 18th-century pavilion with a Napoleon III decor in the gardens

of the Champs-Elysées, where chef Yannick Alléno serves his unique gastronomic cuisine. Tue-Fri L&D, Mon D. Carré des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.53.05.10.00. M° Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau

Les Confidences du San Régis - French

(€€€)

In the chic 8th arrondissement just a few steps from the Avenue des Champs-Elysées is where you will find Hôtel San Régis’s cosy winter garden restaurant. Under an illuminating glass roof guests are invited to sample French dishes including duck foie gras and a scallops millefeuilles. Daily B, L&D. 12 rue Jean-Goujon (8th), 01.44.95.16.16. M˚ ChampsElysées-Clémenceau

Monsieur - French (€€€€)

This contemporary hotel restaurant serves authentic French cuisine inspired by the countryside. The menu changes every month, with a different region celebrated and served up using the freshest ingredients. Mon-Fri L&D. Hotel Lancaster, 7 rue de Berri (8th), 01.40.76.40.18. M° George V

Maison Blanche - Contemporary (€€€€)

Chef Fabrice Giraud prepares savoury and refined fare that changes with the seasons. Located on the 7th floor of the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, the restaurant with its garden terrace overlooks the Eiffel Tower. Mon-Fri L&D/Sat-Sun D. 15 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.47.23.55.99. Mº Alma Marceau

Manko Paris - Peruvian (€€)

This charming Peruvian restaurant serves up authentic fare in a beautiful setting. Try specialities like the causa, a mashed potatoes dish seasoned with lime and chilli peppers, ceviches or ember oven-cooked dishes like jumbo prawns flavoured with Nikkei marinade and served with grilled shitake mushrooms. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D only. 15 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.82.28.00.15. M° Alma-Marceau

Yeeels - Contemporary (€€€)

This chic and trendy bar and restaurant offers up fresh and inventive fare and both classic and highly original cocktails in an elegant atmosphere. For starters try the refreshing gazpacho or asparagus with Parmesan cheese and radishes. Main dishes can include salmon with wild rice or a filet of Black Angus beef while cheesecake and a raspberry based pastry are stars of the dessert menu. Daily L&D. 24 ave George V (8th), 01.42.88.75.75. M° George V

AROUND OPÉRA GARNIER & PIGALLE (9th, 10th, 18th) 14 Paradis - Contemporary (€)

This charming restaurant serves up reasonably priced contemporary cuisine made with local and seasonal products. For starters enjoy salmon in sesame oil flavoured with lime and coriander followed by, for example, sautéed tuna in a lemon and vodka foam sauce. Desserts include lemon pie and French toast with caramelised pears. A nice wine list and house cocktails round out the offerings. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D, Sun L only. 14 rue du Paradis (10th), 01.45.23.57.98. M° Château d’Eau

Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. Check when booking that the restaurant will accept your credit card. B, L & D: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

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DINING

Address Book Friends & Family -Bistro (€€)

This charming Parisian restaurant offers up classic French, seasonal fare in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. For starters sample sautéed mushrooms or creamy butternut squash soup, a delicious main course is the veal cutlet served in the pan and you can wind up with a cheese plate followed by a chocolate mousse flavoured with passion fruit. Tues-Fri L&D Sat D only. 18 Cité Bergère (9th), 01.45.23.33.33. M° Bonne Nouvelle

Le Lumière - Gourmet (€€€)

Enjoy lunch, dinner or tea beneath a magnificent glass roof in this lovely place. There are champagne and cheese trolleys and the dessert trolley filled with traditional French pastries like éclairs and millefeuilles is a fine ending to a meal and a good reason to stop in for high tea. Daily L&D. Hôtel Scribe,1 rue Scribe (9th), 01.44.71.74.20. Mº Opéra

L’Opera Restaurant - Contemporary (€€€)

Located at the opera house, this restaurant with a contemporary decor of white and red, offers up a great view of the famous opera neighbourhood and one of the city’s largest terraces. Daily B, L&D 7am-midnight. Palais Garnier, Place Jacques Rouché (9th), 01.42.68.86.80. Mº Opéra

AROUND BASTILLE (11th, 12th) Le Train Bleu - Classic French (€€€)

A magnificent, mirrored Belle Epoque restaurant in the Gare de Lyon train station serving classic French fare including lobster salad with artichokes, sole meunière and steak tartare. Daily B, L&D. Gare de Lyon, Place Louis Armand (12th), 01.43.43.09.06. Mº Gare de Lyon

Les Grandes Marches - Brasserie

(€€)

A new ownership and a new décor have come to this pillar of the Place de la Bastille. The establishment serves up traditional French fare and superb seafood platters. Daily B, L&D. 6 Place de la Bastille (12th), 01.43.42.90.32. Mº Bastille

Ober Mamma - Italian (€)

Homemade pizzas and pastas with ingredients from Italy are the hallmarks of this trattoria style restaurant with its friendly and energetic staff. Enjoy fresh pasta, made on the premises, with creamy pecorino cheese sauce, black pepper and artichokes and savour an authentic tiramisu for dessert. Daily L&D. 107 blvd Richard Lenoir (11th), 01.58.30.62.78. M° Oberkampf

Septime - Classic French (€€€)

Traditional French fare featuring inventive marketbased cuisine from the talented Bertrand Grébaut is on the agenda here. Enjoy selective produce and products like the Banka trout from the Basque country with lentils and coriander in a relaxed atmosphere. Tues-Fri L, D, Mon D only. 80 rue de Charonne (11th), 01.43.67.38.29. Mº Charonne

AROUND MONTPARNASSE (13th, 14th, 15th) Le Bar à Huîtres - Seafood (€€€)

This is the place to go for fabulous seafood platters,

finely prepared fresh fish dishes and one of the best and most eclectic selections of oysters in the French capital. Main course dishes include French sea bass, lobster from Brittany and filet of beef. Daily, noon-midnight. 112 blvd Montparnasse (14th), 01.43.20.71.01. Mº Vanvin

Le Ciel de Paris - Gourmet (€€€)

Discover Paris from the 56th floor of the Montparnasse tower. With a breathtaking view, enjoy one of their foie gras offerings or try the delicious seafood. Daily L&D. 33 ave du Maine (15th), 01.40.64.77.64. Mº Montparnasse

Le Gastroquet - Classic French (€€€)

This cosy comfortable restaurant serves up delicious traditional French cuisine. You can sample some briny oysters for starters or a salad of coquilles Saint-Jacques. Mon-Sat L&D. 10 rue Desnouettes (15th), 01.48.28.60.91. Mº Convention/ Porte de Versailles

Le Quinzieme - Fusion (€€€)

Cyril Lignac’s one-star restaurant serves a marketbased cuisine of originally prepared French classics with an Asian touch in a warm atmosphere. Main courses can include beef filet with homemade satay sauce or baked pigeon flavoured with miso. All inclusive discovery and tasting menus are also on the agenda. Mon-Fri L&D. 14 rue Cauchy (15th), 01.45.54.43.43. Mº Javel

TROCADÉRO & PORTE MAILLOT (16th, 17th) Cristal Room Baccarat - Modern Classic (€€€)

L’Oiseau Blanc - Classic French (€€€)

This restaurant, bar and terrace on the top floor of the Peninsula hotel features traditional French dishes with a contemporary twist using regional products. Daily L&D. 19 ave Kléber (16th), 01.58.12.67.30. M° Charles de Gaulle-Etoile

Makassar - Contemporary (€€)

Savor a contemporary and stylish home-made French cuisine with seasonal products. Free cocktail school & DJ set By Urban People from Monday to Saturday. Daily B, L&D. 39 ave de Wagram (17th), 01.55.37.55.57. M° Wagram

Shang Palace - Chinese (€€€)

This one-star restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel serves authentic Chinese cuisine inspired by the culinary traditions of southeast China. The art of Cantonese fine dining comes to life in the main room and three private dining rooms. Thurs-San, L&D. 10 ave d’Iéna (16th), 01.53.67.19.92. Mº Iéna

BELLEVILLE (19th, 20th) Au Boeuf Couronne - Classic French (€€)

Unique in its genre, this restaurant remains one of the city’s temples to red meat with 16 cuts of beef available in various sizes. Prime rib, filets of Charolais beef, veal kidneys and homemade potatoes are all superb. The upstairs dining room can be reserved for private parties. Daily L&D. 188 ave Jean Jaurès (19th), 01.42.39.44.44. Mº Porte de Pantin

This beautifully appointed restaurant located in the Parisian headquarters of the crystal manufacturer serves contemporary and classic fare. Starters can include a salad of green beans with foie gras flavoured with hazel nut vinegar and for a main savour a turbot prepared meunière style. There is an excellent cheese platter and desserts include a mango Pavlova and a rich house chocolate confection. Tues-Sat L&D. 11 Place des Etats-Unis (16th), 01.40.22.11.10. M° Boissière

Mama Shelter Paris - Contemporary (€€)

L’Abeille - Gourmet (€€€€€)

SUBURBS NOT TOO FAR FROM PARIS

This 2-star restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel offers up sophisticated fare in a beautiful setting. Chef Christophe Moret elaborates a carefully sourced original menu in tune with the seasons. Starters can include preserved duck foie gras with sweet and sour cherries while a seasonal main is the line caught sea bass served with cauliflower and brioche. Tues-Sat, dinner only. 10 ave d’Iéna (16th), 01.53.67.19.90. M° Iéna

La Scène Thélème - Gourmet (€€€€)

This one-star restaurant serves refined French food made with the finest of seasonal products and is outfitted with a theatre where you can enjoy a show before dinner. Starters can include sea scallops marinated in saké and garnished with local cabbage served kimchi style followed by, for example, duck from the Challans region with plums for two. The highly original desserts include pumpkin with ginger yoghurt. Tues-Fri L, Tues-Sat D. 18 rue Troyon (17th), 01.77.37.60.99. M° Ternes

This restaurant features simple fare in a warm and welcoming setting. For starters there is a nice lentil salad while main courses include Black Angus steak with a pepper sauce. The establishment in known for its fine selection of pizzas and there are plenty of choices for vegetarians. Daily B, L & D, brunch is served on Sundays in place of lunch. 109 rue de Bagnolet (20th), 01.43.48.48.48. M° Gambetta

Ma Cocotte - Bistro (€€€)

This sleek Philippe Stark designed bistro in the Saint-Ouen Flea Market serves up mainly traditional French fare. For starters sample the marinated salmon and for a main course a prime rib of beef or a rack of lamb. Daily L&D. 106 rue des Rosiers, SaintOuen, 01.49.51.70.00. M° Porte de Clignancourt

ReminiSens - Classic French

(€€€€)

This restaurant nestled in a Baroque ambiance is a gastronomic journey into the 17th and 18th centuries. The menu offers recipes of the age of the kings of France while actors in Baroque costumes tell you the secrets of the French court at your table. Three gastronomic theme menus revolving around the hunt, fish and the market garden are on offer. Dinner only Tues-Sun. 20 rue Baillet Reviron, 78000 Versailles, 06.71.67.02.86. RER C to Versailles Rive Gauche Château de Versailles stop

Key to dining prices per person for 3 courses without wine: € = 30€ or less, €€ = 31-50€, €€€ = 51-100€, €€€€ = 101-150€, €€€€€ = 150€ and above.

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The Guide

By Sandra Iskander

ENTERTAINMENT Shows | Events | Concerts | Cocktail Bars | Nightclubs | Gentlemen’s Clubs

Party all night at the Badaboum Bar and Club (page 72)

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ENTERTAINMENT

Shows & Concerts

When DJs Meet Disney It’s the happiest place on earth and now Disneyland Paris is becoming the most rocking place in the French capital. The 29th and the 30th of June will see Electroland come to Disneyland with the electro dance music festival taking over Mickey and Minnie’s home. This year’s event will see 7 DJs performing live from 8pm to 2am so if you have ever dreamed about spending the night at Disney this is your chance, all while Afrojack and Bob Sinclar are soundtracking this unique experience for you. The festival will be taking place in the Walt Disney Studios Park and all festival ticket holders will also have access to the park’s cool attractions including the terrifyingly fun The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. - S.I.

Electroland Photo © Disneyland Paris; Roger Waters © Sean Evans

Tickets available at Fnac. Disneyland Paris 77777 Marne-la-Vallée

In Concert Roger Waters, the co-founder of Pink Floyd, is bringing his Us + Them tour to the City of Light. Performing on the 8th and 9th of the month at the U Arena, Waters is set to perform the classics from his Pink Floyd days as well as songs from his latest solo album, Is This The Life We Really Want? Promising to be one of the greatest events to rock the city, this is a must-see concert for fans of the man who brought us The Wall. - S.I. Tickets at Fnac AccorHotels Arena 8 blvd de Bercy (12th), 01 75 44 04 00 w w w. p a r i s m a p. fr 71


ENTERTAINMENT

Cocktails Bars & Clubs

A Pisco Celebration Fans of Pisco are in for a real treat with Paris Pisco Week taking over some of our favourite establishments through to the 10th of June. The Peruvian brandy is the star attraction at Buddha Bar and Manko, the city’s most fashionable Peruvian restaurant, along with other bars around the City of Light where guests are invited to enjoy Pisco Sours for under 10 euros and sample limited edition cocktails that have been created only in honour of the week. This is a fun way to enjoy your preferred cocktail and equally fun for anyone looking to discover the cocktail favourite as well as some of Paris’s great night spots. Make sure you visit www.parispiscoweek.fr for the full programme and all participating bars. - S.I.

Partying in Paris In the lively 11th arrondissement, a few minutes away from Place de la Bastille is where the Badaboum bar and club hides behind a blacked-out exterior and a cordoned off entrance. Badaboum is where mixologist Nicolas D. works his mixology magic, creating original cocktails, with some served in dainty porcelain teacups. And once you’re in a party mood, partially thanks to enjoying a couple of Nicolas’s cocktails, head downstairs where the club awaits with pumping music and a rotating programme of DJs that will have you dancing until the wee hours of the morning. On the roster this month is Bradley Zero who will be DJing on the 1st of June while American DJ Kerri Chandler will be DJing on the 30th.. - S.I. Badaboum 2bis rue des Taillandiers (11th), 01 48 06 50 70 The bar is open from Wednesday to Saturday, 7pm to 2am. Club is open from Thursday to Saturday, 11.30pm to 6am. 72 W HER E PA R I S I J U N E 2018


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Cabarets

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Le Théâtre Latin was built in 1803 and quickly became one of the chicest addresses in the Latin quarter. The theatre was re-built by Gustav Eiffel in 1889 and renamed the Paradis Latin. The current show, Paradis à la Folie!, is a magical feast for the eyes and ears. Daily 8 pm.

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www.paradislatin.com 28 rue du Cardinal Lemoine (5th), 01 43 25 28 28 M° Cardinal Lemoine/Jussieu

LIDO The current show, Paris Merveilles, is a wonderful song-and-dance spectacular journey into Paris with stunning sets and 600 dazzling costumes. Daily. www.lido.fr 116bis ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 40 76 56 10 M° George V

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Address Book

ENTERTAINMENT For more detailed listings | wheretraveler.com/paris BARS & WINE BARS Badaboum

Located a few minutes from the Place de la Bastille, this fun bar offers excellent and original cocktails. The bar also features a small but very good snacking menu. 2bis rue des Taillandiers (11th), 01.48.06.50.70. M° Bastille

Buddha Bar

This trend-setting cocktail bar and restaurant attracts both fashionistas and curious tourists, with a giant golden Buddha presiding over the scene and service that’s cooler-than-thou. 8 rue Boissy d’Anglas (8th), 01.53.05.90.00. M° Concorde

Bar du Plaza Athénée

Absolute chic, with a decor that includes an impressive sculpted glass bar. 6pm-1:30am. 25 ave Montaigne (8th), 01.53.67.66.00. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Bar Le Baudelaire

This congenial bar in the Burgundy hotel is akin to an English club. Discover a host of creative cocktails. 6-8 rue Duphot (1st), 01.42.60.34.12. M° Madeleine

Experimental Cocktail Bar

A fun bar hidden in the heart of the 2nd arrondissement where you can enjoy delicious cocktails and cool music. 37 rue Saint Sauveur (2nd), 01.45.08.88.09. M° Sentier

Harry’s New York Bar

This landmark establishment is a fine place to enjoy drinks at the roomy and frendly bar. The traditional cocktail spot also serves up live piano music starting at 10pm. 5 rue Daunou (2nd), 01.42.61.71.14. M° Opéra

Hotel Costes Bar

This chic bar and lounge is an ideal and pricey Parisian spot for people watching in a sumptuous décor. 239 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.44.50.00. M° Tuileries

Hotel Providence

Enjoy creative cocktails or a glass of wine in this cosy bar on a cobblestone street in the lively Grands Boulevards neighbourhood. The spot is outfitted with a fireplace and a boudoir-style ambiance and the bartender can mix you a made-to-measure drink. 90 rue René Boulanger (10th), 01.46.34.34.04. M° Strasbourg Saint-Denis

Ice Kube Paris

The decoration is frozen into ice and the cocktails are served in solid ice glasses, so prepare yourself to face

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the frozen world of this -12°C bar. 1 Passage Ruelle (18th), 01.42.05.20.00, M° La Chapelle & Marx Dormoy

regions among others. 10 rue du Marché SaintHonoré (1st), 01.42.61.03.34. M° Pyramides

Juveniles

Les Jardins du Pont Neuf

This cosy and welcoming wine bar serves up fine French wines as well as wines from around the world and you can purchase bottles to take away. 47 rue de Richelieu (1st), 01.42.97.46.49. M° Pyramides

Kléber Bar

High ceilings, ornate décor and fine service are hallmarks of this elegant bar in the Peninsula Hotel. Classic cocktails, signature mixes and a fine selection of wines and champagnes are all on the menu. 19 ave Kléber (16th), 01.58.12.67.78. M° Boissière

Le Bristol Bar

With a stunning view of the City of Light’s famous bridges, this restaurant and bar has become a favourite with the city’s fun crowd, where they can go and enjoy great cocktails and say “santé” with each round. This is a perfect address for a drink before a dinner in the Quartier Latin or after a day spent at the Louvre. Quai de l’Horloge (1st), 06.30.15.83.02. M° Pont Neuf

Moonshiner

This speakeasy bar near the Place de la Bastille has an ambiance straight out of the 1920s complete with jazz music playing in the background. 5 rue Sedaine (11th), 09.50.73.12.99. M° Bréguet-Sabin

This discreet and elegant spot is ideal for enjoying cosy drinks including a variety of original cocktails and a fine selection of champagnes. 112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.53.43.43.00. M° Miromesnil

Prescription Cocktail Club

Le Bar

The Left Bank hotel where Oscar Wilde died is a trendy spot for a cocktail redecorated with a voluptuous décor. 13 rue des Beaux-Arts (6th), 01.44.41.99.00. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés

This sophisticated cocktail bar, frequented by the beautiful people of the city, serves up carefully mixed drinks in cosy seated areas. 58 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1st), 09.54.37.13.65. M° Les Halles

Le Bar Long

CASINO

This posh bar located in the Royal Monceau is a perfect spot for a sophisticated cocktail or nightcap in a cosy setting. 37 ave Hoche (8th), 01.42.99.88.00. M° Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile

La Closerie des Lilas

This trendy bar is excellent for delicious and original cocktails with cool music, friendly staff and tequila. 23 rue Mazarine (6th), 01.45.08.88.09. M° Mabillon

The Ballroom

Casinos Barrière

France’s largest casino, with elegant decor, table games and slots. Jacket and tie for men; no jeans or running shoes. 3 ave de Ceinture, Enghien-lesBains, 01.39.34.13.17. Train from Gare du Nord

The bar of this mythical place remains magical. Thankfully some things don’t change. 171 blvd du Montparnasse (6th), 01.40.51.34.50. M° Vavin

JAZZ CLUBS

Le Dokhan’s Champagne Bar

This club in a vaulted cellar in the heart of the Latin Quarter has been showcasing fine jazz music for the past six decades. The spot is rife with history, a Masonic lodge in the 18th century, the Knights Templar held meetings at this location in the Middle Ages. 5 rue de la Huchette (5th), 01.43.26.65.05. M° Saint-Michel

A stunning hotel bar replete with Louis Vuitton elevator featuring a fine selection of rare and classic champagnes. In the Radisson Blu Le Dokhan’s Hotel. 117 rue Lauriston (16th), 01.53.65.66.99. M° Victor Hugo

Le Lucien Bar

Every detail here is perfect from the temperature of the vintage white port to the dimensions of the glasses for gin and tonic. Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière. 46 ave George V (8th), 01.40.69.60.00. M° George V

Le Rubis

This quintessential Parisian wine bar attracts a local clientele into its relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy wines from the Beaujolais and Burgundy

Caveau de la Huchette

Duc des Lombards

One of Paris’ oldest jazz clubs magnificently renovated by Andrée Putman’s collaborator, the talented Elliot Barnes. The Duc also boasts one of the best sound-systems in town and is now known as the House of Jazz. Daily performances, live recordings and a healthy mix of jazz man jams make this the address for Jazz. 42 rue des Lombards (1st), 01.42.33.22.88. M° Châtelet

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ENTERTAINMENT

Address Book

Jazz Club Etoile

A true temple to jazz since it opened two decades ago, the club has welcomed the likes of Count Basie, B.B. King, Cab Calloway and Lionel Hampton. Thurs-Sat. 81 blvd Gouvion Saint-Cyr (17th), 01.40.68.30.42. M° Porte Maillot

New Morning

The legendary Parisian venue for jazz both classic and eclectic has hosted the world’s jazz greats for two decades: Art Blakey, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz... Devoted jazz fans come here to listen to two hours of solid music and the crowd begins to accumulate around 8 pm, so come early. 7-9 rue des Petites-Ecuries (10th), 01.45.23.51.41. M° Château d’Eau

champagne in a splendid décor created by Erté. 58 rue Bassano (8th), 01.47.20.02.90. M° George V

Le Mona Lisa

This private club, conceived and designed by David Lynch, offers excellent cocktails, wine and spirits, finger food and food tastings. Nonmembers are admitted after midnight. 142 rue de Montmartre (2nd), 01.40.13.12.33. M° Sentier/ Grands Boulevards

Just footsteps from the Louvre this friendly and festive club brings in the fashion crowd and plenty of Parisian trendsetters. The chic and arty clientele enjoys a programme of hip-hop, rock and a touch of electro pop. The establishment also boasts a restaurant . Tues-Sat 8pm-6am. 47 rue Berger (1st), 01 40 13 12 12. M° Louvre-Rivoli

Le Montana

This nightclub in the heart of the Saint-Germaindes-Prés neighbourhood is one of the capital’s trendiest and most select spots. The bar is on the ground floor and the dance floor, downstairs, in the vaulted cellars. 28 rue Saint Benoît (6th), 01.44.39.71.00. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés

GENTLEMEN’S CLUBS Pink Paradise

The first table-dancing show in Paris and where everyone who still wants to party goes after all the other clubs are done for the night. Daily 10.30 pm-6 am. 36 rue de Ponthieu (8th), 06.34.57.40.19. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt

Le Social Club

Trendy spot for enjoying excellent live music, tasty drinks and even a cigarette in the club’s smoking room. 142 rue Montmartre (2nd), 06.84.80.99.40. M° Bourse

Secret Square

The French capital’s glamorous restaurant and club is where clients are treated to a sexy striptease show thanks to the dancers performing in a jewel-box décor. The show features 20 to 30 dancers and guests are treated to an unforgettable show. 27 ave des Ternes (17th) , 01.47.66.45.00. M° Ternes

NIGHT CLUBS

Les Bains

This club, in the hotel of the same name, is one of the places to be for a slice of great Parisian nightlife. The venue hosts live shows, concerts as well as resident and guest DJs featuring hip-hop, soul and tunes from the 1970s taking guests back into the club’s glory days. Tues-Sat, midnight until dawn. 7 rue du Bourg-l’Abbé (3rd), 01.42.77.07.07. M° Rambuteau

Pachamama

L’Arc Paris

Favoured by French and international celebrities, enjoy cocktails and fine music with a gorgeous view of the Arc de Triomphe. The club has a great dance floor in black and white veined marble, a fumoir and VIP loges. Thurs-Sat 11pm-5am. 12 rue de Presbourg (16th), 06.59.21.32.44. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile

Le Baron

You can club until dawn at this celebrated and celebrity filled night spot. Its cabaret-like ambiance - there’s live music - attracts a trendy, elite crowd. Look your best to get past the door. 6 ave Marceau (8th), 01.47.20.04.01. M° Alma-Marceau

Le Duplex

armchairs. The huge dance floor in the discoteque is a dancer’s dream. 2bis ave Foch (16th), 01.45.00.45.00. M° Charles de Gaulle Etoile

Regulars appreciate the clubby and friendly atmosphere at this comfortable Parisian club replete with gastronomic restaurant whose cosy atmosphere is highlighted by Chesterfield

Silencio

Titty Twister

This trendy loft-like club is a chic address for drinks and great music. The popular establishment has the added feature of a smoking room with a pool table as well as a tequila stand along with eclectic cocktails and large size drinks for sharing. Mon-Sat 9pm-5am. 5 rue de Berri (8th), 01.45.62.50.23. M° George V

Vanity Paris

This sought-after venue offers hip-hop vibes in a luxurious setting where the champagne flows in every corner. Special soirées are held every night including Throwback Thursday for an old school style party. The door policy is strict so be sure to dress smart. Tues-Sat 11:30pm-6am. 25 rue de Richelieu (1st), 06 69 72 79 79. M° Pyramides

VIP Room

One of the most exclusive clubs on the Parisian nightlife scene, this chic haven for the rich and famous lets you dance the night away to hip hop and house music. 188 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.58.36.46.00. M° Palais Royal

MAGICAL & OPERA SHOWS

This delightful dinner-club spread out over four beautifully decorated floors in a 19th century building by Gustave Eiffel is just footsteps away from the Bastille. Enjoy drinks, dinner or a DJ set in a festive South American ambiance. Features include a monumental Art Deco staircase, a ballroom, a restaurant showcasing Latin American specialties and a smoking room. Daily from 5pm. 46-48 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine (12th), 01.55.78.84.75. M° Bastille

Le Bel Canto

Palais Maillot

Le Double Fond

A luxurious nightclub known for its gala evenings. Fridays are fashion oriented while Saturdays feature guest DJs. Fri-Sat 11:30pm-6am. 2 Place Porte Maillot (17th), 01.58.56.20.55. M° Porte-Maillot

Raspoutine

This mythical Parisian venue remains an authentic night spot to enjoy cocktails and

LES BAINS

| Night Clubs (3rd)

Nestled on the banks of the Seine, this restaurant featuring food with a southern French and Italian flair brings you the luxury of dining while enjoying the music of, among others, Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, or Puccini performed by talented young singers from the conservatory of the Paris Opera. Daily D only from 7:30pm. 72 Quai de l’Hôtel de Ville (4th), 01.42.78.30.18. M° Pont Marie This unique venue is dedicated to the world of magic. You can enjoy drinks or dinner at the bar or at your table served by waiters who are English-speaking magicians who perform tableside. Downstairs a host of unique, interactive and humorous magic shows are held from Wednesday to Sunday. 11 Place du Marché Sainte-Catherine (4th), 01.42.71.40.20. M° Saint-Paul

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The Guide

SERVICES

For more detailed listings | wheretraveler.com/paris EUROSTAR & TRAINS

MEDICAL SERVICES

Eurostar - Aim to arrive at least 30 minutes

American Hospital of Paris - 63 blvd Victor Hugo,

before departure time or you will risk not being allowed to board the train. If you still need to pick up your ticket at the station you should arrive at least an hour before your scheduled departure. 08.92.35.35.39. www.eurostar.com

SNCF - TGV trains leave from varying

stations (www.sncf.com). Thalys, links Paris to Brussels and Amsterdam (www.thalys.com). You can buy a ticket in any station for any destination; your ticket will indicate your departure station. Punch your ticket in the composteur before boarding your train or risk being fined.

LIMOUSINES Biribin – Tel: 01.43.48.65.65 Chabé Limousines – Tel: 01.41.20.95.10 FIRST Limousine – Tel: 01.41.40.99.99 Massey Limousines – Tel: 01.58.05.13.00 MC Plaza – Tel: 01.58.62.57.47 Meet the French – Tel: 01.53.53.14.94 My Daily Driver – Tel: 01.43.24.28.15 MY STS – Tel: 01.74.54.50.08 Premier Limousine – Tel: 01.47.31.80.50 Service Prestige – Tel: 01.44.29.29.44

PARIS DISTRICTS

92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, 01.46.41.25.25. M° Pont de Neuilly British American Pharmacy - 1 rue Auber (9th), 01.42.65.88.29. M° Opéra Pharmacie des Champs-Elysées (24/24) 84 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.45.62.02.41. M° Franklin Roosevelt Pharmacie Monge  74 rue Monge (5th), 01.43.31.39.44. M° Place Monge

RENTAL CARS & SCOOTERS

Avis - Tel: 08.21.23.07.60, www.avis.fr Budget - Tel: 08.25.00.35.64, www.budget.fr First GT Location - Tel: 01.41.19.29.62, www.firstgtlocation.fr Freescoot - Tel: 01.44.07.06.72, www.freescoot.com Europcar - Tel: 08.25.35.83.58, www.europcar.fr Hertz - Tel: 08.25.86.18.61, www.hertz.fr

TAX REFUND When shopping do not forget to claim back the taxes paid. Most boutiques require a minimum amount spent in the one day (and in the same store) before you can apply for the tax refund. Along with your payment simply show them your passport and ask them to fill in the detaxe form for you, which you will later need customs to stamp at the airport before flying off.

1st ARRONDISSEMENT - The Louvre museum housing the Mona Lisa overlooks the Tuileries Gardens. 2nd ARRONDISSEMENT - Rue Etienne Marcel and the Place des Victoires are lined with trendy boutiques.

3rd - 4th ARRONDISSEMENT - Orthodox Jews rub shoulders with the gay crowd in the Marais, the city’s oldest existing neighborhood. 5th ARRONDISSEMENT - Where you will

find the young crowds hanging out at Place St Michel and on Rue Mouffetard, a lively market street.

6th ARRONDISSEMENT - The epitome of Left

HAIR SALONS

REAL ESTATE AGENCIES

Alexandre de Paris - 3 ave Matignon (8th),

Barnes Paris - 120 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th),

01.42.25.57.90. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt Carita - 11 Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.44.94.11.11. M° Concorde Christophe-Nicolas Biot - 52 rue Saint-André des Arts (6th), 01.43.26.58.21. M° Odéon Coiffirst - 52 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.40.07.11.01. M° Madeleine David Mallett - 14 rue Notre-Dame des Victoires (2nd), 01.40.20.00.23. M° Bourse Institut Leonor Greyl - 15 rue Tronchet (8th), 01.42.65.32.26. M° Madeleine L’instant 2moss - 5 Square de l’Opéra-Louis Jouvet (9th), 01.44.56.03.66. M° Madeleine Salon Konfidentiel - 267 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.61.05.35. M° Concorde Salon Rossano Ferretti - 4 rue Cambon (1st), 01.42.60.31.95. M° Concorde

SCAN TO DISCOVER!

DIGITAL MAP

01.85.34.70.70. M° Saint-Philippe-du-Roule Coldwell Banker - 8 rue Lamennais (8th), 01.83.53.53.53. M° George V Daniel Féau - 140 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.53.53.07.07. M° Saint-Philippe-du-Roule Emile Garcin - 24 rue du Boccador (8th), 01.58.12.02.02. M° Alma-Marceau Espaces Atypiques - 64 rue des Tournelles (3rd), 01.42.71.03.84. M° Bréguet-Sabin Philippe Menager & Nicolas Hug - 31 rue de Tournon (6th), 01.53.10.22.60. M° Mabillon Paris Attitude - 21 rue Vauvenargues (18th), 01.42.96.31.46. M° Richelieu-Drouot Vingt Paris - 253 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.44.55.09.80. M° Concorde

Bank intellectual chic, with luxury shops and famous cafés.

7th ARRONDISSEMENT - Stroll the impeccable Champ de Mars, visit Napoleon’s tomb at Les Invalides and see the Impressionists at the Musée d’Orsay. 8th ARRONDISSEMENT - High fashion and galleries are on Avenue Montaigne and Rue St-Honoré, while the Place de la Madeleine offers gourmet food shops. 9th ARRONDISSEMENT - Find the sumptuous Opéra Garnier, and the ever-busy department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps on the Boulevard Haussmann. 10th ARRONDISSEMENT - Take a boat tour for a closeup look at canal locks in action. The quais de Jemmapes and Valmy are where you will find fun boutiques and restaurants. 11th- 12th ARRONDISSEMENT - The areas

PARIS

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around the Bastille come alive at night with nightclubs and bars.

13th - 14th - 15th ARRONDISSEMENT - The

Tour Montparnasse is surrounded by traditional crepe restaurants while Chinatown is found near Place d’Italie.

16th - 17th ARRONDISSEMENT - The Place du Trocadéro offers a picture-perfect view of the Eiffel Tower. 18th ARRONDISSEMENT - Near the Sacré Coeur, portrait artists crowd around the Place du Tertre. Down the hill in Pigalle, watch the dancers at the Moulin Rouge.

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19th - 20th ARRONDISSEMENT - Paris’s

famous neighbourhood where you can pay your respects to Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison at the Père Lachaise cemetery.


Getting to and from the Airport TO CHARLES DE GAULLE (ROISSY) AIRPORT

TO BEAUVAIS AIRPORT

Le Bus Direct-Paris Aéroport buses (08 92 35 08 20) leave daily from Montparnasse (14 rue du Commandant Mouchotte, 15th, M° Montparnasse) and Gare de Lyon (20 blvd Diderot, 12th, M° Gare de Lyon), every 30 minutes, 5:30am-10:30pm, 6:15am-10:45pm, from airport (17€ one way, 30€ round trip). These buses also leave from the Arc de Triomphe (1 ave Carnot, 17th, M° Etoile), Porte Maillot (Blvd Gouvion St Cyr, 17th, M° Porte Maillot), Trocadéro (42-46 ave du Président Wilson, 16th, M° Trocadéro) and the Eiffel Tower (18-20 rue Jean Rey, 7th, RER Champs de Mars-Tour Eiffel), every 30 minutes, 5:45am-11pm, 6am-11:15pm, from airport (17€ one way, 30€ round trip). Take RER B (9.50€) or catch the Roissybus (10€) at 11 rue Scribe, 9th, M° Opéra, every 15 minutes between 5:45am and 8pm, every 20 minutes between 7pm and 10pm and every 30 minutes between 10pm and 11pm. (01 58 76 16 16). www.aeroportsdeparis.fr

Buses leave daily from the bus parking lot on Blvd Pershing near Hotel Concorde Lafayette (17th, M° Porte Maillot). Arrive 3 hours and 15 minutes before departure time (13€). Or take TER train from Gare du Nord to Beauvais (11.50€, 1 hr 20 min), then taxi to airport.

TO ORLY AIRPORT

TRAVEL BETWEEN CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT AND ORLY AIRPORT Bus Direct-Paris Aéroport buses leave daily from Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) from 6am to 10:15pm for Orly Airport/departures from Orly Airport to Charles de Gaulle Airport from 6:30am to 10:30pm. (21€ one way, 36€ round trip). Frequency: every 20 minutes. Journey takes 45 to 60 minutes. Also RER B from Charles de Gaulle to the Antony station then the OrlyVal service to Orly Sud. OrlyVal metros leave daily from 6am-11pm from Antony and Orly Sud. Travel time between the two airports is about 1 hour and 10 minutes. www.lebusdirect.com

The RER B, direction St-Rémy, connects with Orlyval, an automatic train, at Antony. Orlyval runs every 5-7 minutes, 6am-11pm (8.70€). The RER C direction Massy-Verrières connects with a shuttle bus that goes to Orly (6.45€). Or take Orlybus outside the Denfert-Rochereau Métro stop (14th), every 20 minutes 5:35am-11pm (7.20€). Bus Direct-Paris Aéroport buses leave from the Arc de Triomphe (1 ave Carnot, 17th, M° Etoile), Trocadéro (42-46 ave du Président Wilson, 16th, M° Trocadéro), the Eiffel Tower (18-20 rue Jean Rey, 7th, RER Champs de Mars-Tour Eiffel), La Motte-Picquet (88 ave de Suffren, 15th, M° La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle) and Gare Montparnasse (Rue du commandant Mouchotte, M° Gare Montparnasse) every 20 minutes, 4:50am-10:30pm, 6am-11:40pm, from airport (12€ one way, 20€ round trip). www.aeroportsdeparis.fr

Visitors Bureau Reception teams, documentation and bookings are all available at the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau welcome centres. Visitors are welcome seven days a week in the main office located at 25 rue des Pyramides (1st), M° Pyramides. Opening Hours: From November 1st to April 30th, 10am to 7pm. Other branches include Gare du Nord (10th), Gare de l’Est (10th), Paris Rendez-vous (4th) M° Hôtel de Ville. www.parisinfo.com

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SERVICES

Paris Metro Paris is crossed by 14 Métro lines and five RER (express suburban) lines, all numbered and named for their final destination (terminus). Did you know that there are 300 stations that make up Paris’ metro system?

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Each Métro trip requires one ticket regardless of how many transfers you make, though you must buy an extra ticket for the RER outside the city limits. Keep your ticket until you exit.

Tickets are sold in all stations and in cafés (tabacs) with a ticket sign outside, single (1.90€/2€ if purchased on a bus) or by 10 (un carnet - 14.50€). This map includes the new tramway line.

“Paris Visite” passes offer unlimited travel on the Métro and buses (1day, 2-day, 3-day, 5-day). The Métro and RER start running at 5:30am, and stop around 1 am.

While the Métro is an extremely safe way to travel, watch out for pickpockets in crowded trains and stations. For information in English, call the transportation company (RATP) directly at 08.92.68.41.14.


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My Paris

BASTIEN LALANNE

HEAD CONCIERGE AT HÔTEL LUTETIA

Luxembourg Garden

Hôtel National des Invalides

Paris is known around the world as the City of Light. What would you recommend visitors do in the evenings to really take in its beauty? There are diverse ways to enjoy the beauty of Paris by night depending on the season you visit the Capital. When the outside temperature is pleasant, the very best way is to take a cruise on the River Seine. Many of the monuments were built along the river and so from a boat you get the best views of their lighted facades. As a culinary capital what are three of your favourite restaurants that you would recommend our readers to try? L’Arpège, because chef Alain Passard’s cuisine is always in tune with the time. Racine des Prés, I like the type of modern French cuisine offered by the young chef, and the fact that you can sit at the counter and watch the ballet in the kitchen. Chez Huguette located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where you can feel the energy of the city while enjoying their terrace and a large seafood platter with a glass of wine. What are the top three monuments not to be missed while in Paris? I would suggest Sainte-Chapelle and its fantastic stained glass, the Hôtel National des Invalides with the Army Museum that are deeply linked to the French history and 82 W HE RE PA R I S I J U N E 2018

Bar Joséphine

probably the most well-known periods under Louis XIV and then Napoleon’s reigns, and Opéra Garnier because its façade is absolutely magnificent and its inside décor breath-taking. If our readers wanted to spend their day shopping, would you recommend they do so on the Right Bank or the Left Bank? The Left Bank is for sure where you need to come if you are looking for an authentically Parisian shopping experience away from the crowded avenues and stores of the Right Bank. The Saint-Germain area is full of designer boutiques that you do not find anywhere else. You will also find the oldest department store, Le Bon Marché, and the largest choice for contemporary interior design stores and the greatest concentration of antique galleries in Paris. What would be the most romantic date in the capital of romance? Definitely June 21st as it is the longest day of the year! More than 15 hours of sunlight to enjoy the beauty of Paris, walking along the River Seine, picnicking in the Luxembourg Garden and watching the sunset from the top of the Eiffel Tower. What would you recommend for families to discover while visiting the French capital? La Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes and the Grande Galerie de l’Evolution. Children will

love to discover the second oldest zoo in the world. Near the Zoo, in a magnificent 19th century building, are more than 7000 species of animals that represent the world’s evolution through recreational activities. [I would also recommend] the Palais de la Découverte, the science museum that was created by a French Nobel Prize-winning physician and contains permanent and temporary exhibits. What are you favourite cocktail bars in the city? Prescription Cocktail Club and Le Bar Joséphine at the Lutetia Hotel, which has been totally renovated, with the décor a clever association of modernity preserving its history, and the cocktail selection must be tried.

My Perfect Day 9am: Organic food market on Boulevard Raspail to get fresh products and a bottle of good wine then stop in the Shakespeare & Co bookshop to buy a nice book. 12pm: Picnic in the Luxembourg Garden. 3pm: Visit the Rodin Museum and enjoy the quietness of its garden. 9pm: Dinner at Joséphine Chez Dumonet followed by a drink and a live jazz concert at Le Caveau de la Huchette.

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