PARIS: Fashion Week for Foodies
By Sarah Ryan Hecht

We’ve reached the home stretch of fashion month and trendsetters from around the world have landed in Paris. Hit up these foodie destinations for the latest of fashion’s elite.

Feb 28, 2014
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We’ve reached the home stretch of fashion month and trendsetters from around the world have landed in Paris. Hit up these foodie destinations for the latest from fashion’s elite. 
–Cassi Bryn Michalik and Sarah Ryan Hecht

Bones
43 rue Godefroy Cavaignac 75011 / 33 (0)980753208
Neighborhood: Le Bastille/Charonne

This newly opened bar and restaurant comes from James Henry, Oz-expat and former chef of Le Passage. The sparsely decorated space features overhanging industrial light fixtures and the raw framework of bricks, wood and tiles, hence its name. The 25-seat space serves a four-course prix fixe dinner, while drinks, oysters and small plates are reserved for the marble-topped bar.

Café Kitsuné
51 Galerie de Montpensier 75001 / 33 (0)142603428
Neighborhood: Palais Royal/Louvre

Paris-based record & fashion label Kitsuné has opened a new café on the Palais Royal, around the corner from their flagship store. An Italian-style espresso bar, the simple and elegant space offers a short menu of coffee (espresso 2.50€, latte 4.20€), tea (4€) and Bob’s Cold Press juices (6€), plus a selection of gluten-free biscuits and cakes from Noglu.

Clamato
80 rue de Charonne 75011 / 33 (0)143727453
Neighborhood: Le Bastille/Charonne

The owners of renowned resto Septime have opened their newest venture in the form of an oyster-shucking brasserie. This casual spot serves up tasty small plates and natural wines perfect to share. Boasting seven tables and a no-reservation policy, head to Clamato during off-peak hours for a chance to taste chef Bertrand Grébaut’s award-winning dishes.

Fondation Café
16 rue Dupetit-Thouars 75003
Neighborhood: Le Marais

The city’s newest espresso bar, located on the Carreau du Temple between République and rue de Bretagne, is a minimalist affair selling coffee prepared with beans roasted by new Parisian roastery Belleville, and prepared on a state-of-the-art Dutch Kees van der Westen machine. There’s also a short menu of tasty homemade baked goods.

Le Richer
2 rue Richer 75009 / 33 (0)145231843
Neighborhood: Pigalle/Montmartre

The latest opening from the crew at L’Office, Le Richer’s raw and minimalist décor is the perfect backdrop to the contemporary, gourmet cuisine and rowdy Parisian bistro setting. Serving all day.

Lockwood
73 rue d’Aboukir 75002 / 33 (0)177329721
Neighborhood: Étienne Marcel

Newly opened in the Sentier, Lockwood is a bi-level den of coffee and cocktails. This hybrid ‘espresso/aperitivo’ bar starts business at 9am with a morning espresso (2.50€) and a tartine or muesli. It continues throughout the day with a casual lunch offering and a creative cocktail menu afterwards in the basement bar.

 

  • ben

    Great pictures! Would love to go to Café Kitsuné.


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