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Eat, drink, dance and observe Parisian gentrification in progress at this hip, bobo-glam brasserie.
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Time to overcome your fear of red noses as this historical Paris bistro has turned into a real gastro hotspot.
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This Parisian hotspot in Beaugrenelle is big, buzzy, and as much Tom Dixon showroom as eatery.
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A chic train station hotspot, conceived more as a destination in itself than a stop for hungry Parisian commuters.
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Sceney and gorgeous, go for a dose of Parisian chic at this hotspot within the artsy museum in the 16th.
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Hyped relentlessly, Thierry Monassier has one of the hottest bobo eateries in town by Bastille.
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The Experimental Cocktail Club guys mix seafood and drinks to perfection at their second restaurant by Les Halles.
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As romantic as it gets in Paris, this lakeside classic makes for a chaste outing to Bois de Boulogne.
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Swanky and playful, it’s sensory overload at this OTT Philippe Starck restaurant and cocktail bar.
Read more: Miss Kô
A no reservations, no ordering gourmet experience in boboland from the chef made famous by French reality TV.
Read more: Pierre Sang Oberkampf
No spin: Stylish, relaxed and an incredibly affordable price point for this kind of cooking pedigree in Paris.
Read more: Pirouette
Unlike Marais, you’re pretty much guaranteed a good piece of meat at this bobo crowd-pleaser by Canal Saint-Martin.
Read more: BANG! Viandes du Monde
Deceptively simple, superb, market-fresh cooking from Pierre Jancou at the Parisian foodie destination du jour.
Read more: Vivant
This may be Le Chateaubriand’s offshoot, but the hot Rem Koolhaas-designed wine bar is far from playing second fiddle.
Read more: Le Dauphin
Hipper and trendier, check out Glou’s sexy bistro offshoot in this lovely Marais courtyard.
Read more: Ja Ja
Those looking to keep it light on calories and heavy in style head to Lionel Bensemoun's Japanese-themed, canteen-style newcomer in the groovy 10th.
Read more: Nanashi
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