May 23, 2017 | By Carla Buzasi
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We’ve reached the final stretch of fashion week and those tasty pick-me-ups are needed now more than ever. Lucky for us, the City of Light is brimming with the ultimate foodie hotspots for the très chic fashionista.
–Cassi Bryn Michalik and Sarah Ryan Hecht
27 rue Fontaine 75009 / 33 (0)148744874
The recently revived Pigalle diner, Le Dépanneur, will be a must-visit during fashion week for its cool canyons of Californian ambiance. The menu comes from the team behind the Cantine California food truck, featuring plenty of ultra-fresh and tasty tacos, burgers and salads, as well as a bar the specializes in tequila featuring no less than 19 different varieties to sample by the shot, glass or bottle.
Le Mary Celeste
1 rue Commines 75003
Neighborhood: Le Marais
Named after the famous “ghost ship,” this newly opened bar (by the same Candelaria crew) specializes in a menu of oysters from around the world, along with an international menu of bar snacks, accompanied by a long list beers from New York’s Brooklyn Brewery.
14 rue Crespin du Gast 75011 / 33 (0)148061848
Here you’ll enjoy rooftop cocktails with an unmissable view over the City of Light. We recommend going early to secure a seat at what has quickly become the address of the summer.
Palais de Tokyo, 20 Avenue de New York 75116 / 33 (0)147209047
Neighborhood: Avenue Montaigne/Champs-Elysées
Housed in the newest wing of the Palais de Tokyo is Monsieur Bleu, a restaurant/late-night hotspot dedicated to Paris’ social scene. The olive green interior is complemented by decadent materials like marble and velvet, and features an extensive terrace offering some of the best views overlooking the Seine. The menu spans everything from veal to a raw bar selection of oysters, prawns, and caviar. Thursday through Saturday doubles as a dance party with live music and raging DJ sets.
Septime La Cave
3 rue Basfroi 75011 / 33 (0)143671487
Neighborhood: Le Bastille/Charonne
Chef Bertrand Grébaut’s new wine shop and bar is located just around the corner from its older sibling, Septime, on rue de Charonne. The bottles on hand are strictly natural, sourced from French, Italian, Greek and Spanish winemakers, and may be purchased to go or enjoyed on the spot with a bar menu of tasty small plates for a 7€ corkage fee.
The Broken Arm Café
12 rue Perrée 75003 / 33 (0)144615360
Neighborhood: Le Marais
Everything about this raved-about concept shop is trendy, including the menu. After combing through its wares be sure to stop by the corner café for a daily-changing lunch menu of the freshest dishes made from seasonal ingredients.
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