Not your typical Parisian "vintage" store, ADOM is more like an American second-hand shop. Stuffed to the brim with great finds, reasonable prices, but get ready to dig.
This Parisian institution has been located in the Marais district for over 20 years, selling mostly Parisian designers mixed with a few emerging brands before they hit mainstream.
Small but well curated store, carrying a selection of soft and feminine international, as well as boutique brands.
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...
This off the beaten-track is one way to dodge the tourists and check out an authentic Parisian dining experience. Mostly locals gather here NOT for fine dining, but for good coffee and simple bistro fares.
The perfect pastry choice for breakfast or a midday pick-me-up while touring the 8th.
The former home to Paris' post-war intellectuals has transformed into one of the cities most popular cafes. A spot on it's patio is one of Luxembourg's most coveted.
Authentic Roman style pizza is quickly becoming the rage accross Paris, and this is the place that started it. Quality ingredients, innovative combinations, and friendly staff top off the authentic experience.