Category Archives: For Kids

Tribeca

This bustling restaurant on Rue Cler offers one of the best dining values in Paris, as nearly all the dishes are less than an unbelievably low 10 Euros (including tax and tip).  Best in summer time when Paris remains light until nearly 11:00 p.m., this lively restaurant has large terrace seating, and is great for […]
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Rue Cler

One of the best gourmet shopping markets (marchés) in Paris is on Rue Cler, the same area Julia Child shopped when she lived in Paris in the early 1950s.  What is interesting about Rue Cler is that many of the same shops Julia favored and frequented are still in operation today.  The added advantage of Rue […]
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Le Relais de l’Entrecote — Best Restaurants In Paris

For carnivores that desire simplicity, there are few places that meet that standard as Le Relaise de l’Entrecote, in Paris.  The menu is deceiving as there is only one main course — steak and frites — and your choice is limited to how you want it cooked (normally a point, or if you are a true […]
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Drouant — Elegance in Paris

Situated in a quiet pocket of the Second Arrondissement in Place Gaillon, a voiturier greets you to the door at Drouant — one of the more elegant dining spots in Paris.  Antoine Westermann has made a splash with his cuisine that is built on style and finesse, and excellent service is the mark at this elegant […]
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Piscine Joséphine Baker

While swimming in the Seine may sound rather unappealing to most, for kids the idea may be supercool. The floating Pool Joséphine Baker offers such an experience as an innovative, modern use of precious little Parisian space. The entire facility is built on a giant barge that rests just in front of the Bibliothèque Nationale. […]
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Le Stella Brasserie — Traditional But Chic

This Tony establishment, in the bourgeois 16th off of Avenue Victor Hugo and Rue de la Pompe, is on a corner with tables for outdoor seating three seasons of the year and oysters shuckers with their fisherman caps outside busily preparing large platters of oysters, crab, langoustine and large shrimp. Le Stella is a true Parisian brasserie […]
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