The best Neapolitan style pizza in Paris.
Rocking the city's best view of the Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe, Publicis Drugstore's Brasserie is the perfect place to grab a snack or drink while touring the neighborhood.
The oldest pâtisserie in Paris.
Innovative lunch cuisine without the "innovative" price tag. Savory and sweet tarts served on a communal table in arguably the city's finest tart atelier.
This is where one of France's hottest chef's, Gregory Marchand, serves up his daily market fresh meals. Simple dishes served with high quality ingredients is the focus, in a non-pretentious, casual environment.
While everything at this tiny bakery in the Third looks sumptuous, the lines of people are forming for the bread, and a slice of the tarte tropézienne (a French pastry creme stuffed between two layers of sinfully delicious puff pastry).
Paris' oldest covered market has been serving up some of the city's best food since the early 17th century, but the real draw for us was Alain's boulanger that serves some of Paris' best crepes.
For the most beautiful and tasty fruit tarts in the city head to Gerard
One of the most famous pastry chefs in Paris, some even say the world.
Light and healthy Provincial cooking in in the Latin Quarter.
Calling all chocolate fiends! Hévin is just the place to crush that chocolate craving once and for all.
Paris' house of gastronomy has lost a little of it's luster over the past couple of decades, but there's few places in the world that sell the champagne and macaron lifestyle quite as well.
Upmarket pastry shop with exotic tastes.
Got a craving for falafel in Paris? Look no further.
Fresh seafood and oysters in the 1st.
A wine bar and restaurant created by a winemaker who is passionate about rare, and hard to find wines.
To say that Ladurée makes a good macaron is a BIT of an understatement, they're the inventors of it—literally! A must do in France.
Bakers to Louis XIV and inventor of the Opera cake, Dalloyau has been world renowned for over 300 years as some of the finest bakers in the world. Today they are most well known for their macaroons and perfect scrambled eggs.
Take a sweet break with some authentic Italian gelato in the 3rd.
Paris isn't known for it's coffee, but it's newfound obsession with all things American has brought New York style cafe's like Merce and the Muse to the scene.
Le Tiffin specializes in Kati rolls, one of their specialty curries wrapped up in a roti and wrapped to go—Kalkota style! Our favorite break from French food in Paris.
This local spot is frequented by the Twentieth's locals looking for a croissant on the run, or a baguette to take home...