"The Insider’s Guide to Paris: Where to Eat"

When in Paris, you won't want to miss one of France's greatest attractions, its mouthwatering restaurants. In this haven for foodies, it's hard to keep up with all the hippest new places to dine, though. Thankfully, Bon Appétit has us covered with its article on where to eat with the “cool kids” in Paris. Enjoy!

What’s That? You Want to Eat with the Cool Kids? Right This Way …
You could spend an entire weekend—no, week—eating and drinking in the area around the Canal Saint-Martin, Goncourt and République. We asked our favorite locals at Le Fooding, the opinionated group breaking culinary boundaries with its guidebook and worldwide food events, where they go.

Au Passage …for the former Spring chef’s unbeatable three-course lunch of market-driven cuisine, its Thierry Breton bread and its edgy graphics.
Caffé dei Cioppi …for the owners, who left the Plaza Athénée to open the best trattoria in Paris (get the red-wine-and-sausage risotto).
Le Dauphin …or its food-forward bar scene, featuring some of the city’s most adventurous dishes (tandoori octopus, whisky shrimp), and its marriage of two prodigies: architect Rem Koolhaas and Le Chateaubriand chef Inaki Aizpitarte.
Le Verre Volé …for starting the “wine shop cuisine” trend in Paris, casually feeding famous local chefs and American bands among the bottles (all for sale).
Septime …for Bertrand Grébaut’s gorgeous room and provocative dishes, such as veal tartare with fennel and tapenade.
Vivant …for chef Pierre Jancou’s tattoos, his radical natural-wine selection, and his interpretation of the purest Italian products.

Aux Deux Amis …for the untouched 1950s Parisian dive-bar setting, the impossibly hot crowd and the amazing Franco-Ibérico tapas.
L’Entrée des Artistes …for some of the best cocktails on the new mixology scene (try the Chicharito), not to mention warm madeleines till the 2:00 a.m. closing time.

La Pâtisserie by Cyril Lignac …for the adorable chef-owner and his contemporary interpretations of classic French pastries.

Reprinted with permission from Bon Appetit: “The Insider’s Guide to Paris”

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