Going to Paris is as much about the sights as it is about the food. If you're a major foodie... you might even go so far as to say it's number one on the list of priorities.
I loved my trip to Paris and I'm still dreaming of the amazing dining experiences. I can't wait to go back for more. But in the meantime - here's my list of must visits:
Le Stresa- It’s a small little Italian restaurant with the tables almost on top of each other but the food is absolutely amazing! A MUST in Paris. The pizza, burrata and carbonara pasta are incredible.
Frenchie- One of the best dining experiences I have ever had. It’s hard to get a reservation and you need to book in advance. It’s a pre-set menu (you pick from 2 options in each course) and it changes seasonally. Highly recommend!
L’ Avenue - This is the hot spot and if you are going to spot a celebrity it will be here. We were sitting next to some well known Parisian fashion designer and the Vogue editor without even knowing it. Also the desert is Ahhh-Mazing get the flourless cake, cheesecake and apple tart.
My Favorite Moments from Frenchie:
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Other foodie Hot Spots:
Cinq Mars- It's a small cozy and very unpretentious but the food is SO good!
Mama Shelter- Has one of the best rooftops in paris and tasty brunch on Sundays
Apicius- It’ s a chateau in the center of Paris and its a place to get dressed up and spend some money at a fancy dinner.
Cafe Shirvan- lots of different spices and a blend of cuisines great for sharing with friends and having a real experience.
Chez George- Delicious and chic, great for Dinner.
Titty Twister- Yes that's the name! This is for the nightlife scene and you're guaranteed to have a good time.
Andy Wahloo - Has lots of neon and bright lights making for a bright night! The menu has plenty to choose from a hot trendy choice!
Derriere- A cheeky eatery that resembles eating in a friends home (you actually sit in a home)
Lavomatic- They have a great menu of fun cocktails!
Prescription Cocktail Club- Another great cocktail list