Mama Pizzeria

Pizza at Mama Pizzeria in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

The best Neapolitan style pizza in Paris.

Tartes Kluger

Savoury carrot tart from Tartes Kluger in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

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. 

La Fougasse

Tart display at La Fougasse in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

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).

La Bastide d'Opio

La Bastide d'Opio in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

Light and healthy Provincial cooking in in the Latin Quarter.


4X5 in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

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. 

Musée d'Orsay

Art Nouveau furniture display.

Railway station turned museum housing French paintings, furniture, sculpture, and photography from the 1840's to the early 1900's.

Merce and the Muse

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. 

Cafe de l'Industrie

Cafe creme at Cafe de l'Industrie in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

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. 

Café de Flore

Café de Flore in Paris. Photo by alphacityguides.

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.