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.
Roman church and basilica with one of the best views in Paris.
Organic fashion and home interior pieces with a conscience.
Since the 50's this luggage and handbag shop has been producing elegant Parisian leather good.
For a sweet taste of Parisian women's wear.
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.
Why you shouldn't miss one of the largest and most visited museums in the world.
Railway station turned museum housing French paintings, furniture, sculpture, and photography from the 1840's to the early 1900's.
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.
Our favorite design museums in Paris.
The most famous example of French Gothic architecture in all of Europe.
At the west end of Champs-Élysées you'll find one of Paris' most famous monuments.
Sweet deals on last season items.
Legendary French ready-to-wear designer.
Lovely luxury French linens.
Tiny boutique in the 18th packed with local independent designers.
Designer consignment shop hawking last seasons hot trends.
Playful futuristic gadget store.
Large European youth brand with disposable fashions for the masses.
French boho looks with a lot of Aussie flavor.