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Details: Paris

DETAILS
GETTING THERE

Multiple airlines offer nonstop flights from Washington Dulles to Paris.

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel Joyce

29 Rue La Bruyere

33-1-55-07-00-01

www.astotel.com

Mod, comfortable rooms with free WiFi near the Opera House. Rooms start at about $175.

Hotel Thérèse

5-7 Rue Thérèse

33-1-42-96-10-01

Elegant, quiet boutique lodging near the Palais Royal. Rooms start at about $225.

www.hoteltherese.com/en/

WHERE TO EAT AND DRINK

KBCafeshop

62 Rue des Martyrs

33-1-56-92-12-41

Australian-inspired coffee shop with excellent “flat whites” (cappuccinos) and other made-to-order drinks.

Lazare

Gare Saint-Lazare, rue Intérieure

33-1-44-90-80-80

www.lazare-paris.fr

A modern reinterpretation of the classic brasserie. Don’t miss the haricots verts, artichoke and hazelnut salad. Main courses $25-$60.

Le Coq Rico

98 Rue Lepic

33-1-42-59-82-89

www.lecoqrico.com

Antoine Westermann’s ode to poultry, in the 18th. Main courses from $30 to $130 (for a grand roast chicken that feeds four diners with accompaniments).

WHERE TO SHOP

Pascal Beillevaire

48 Rue des Martyrs

33-1-45-26-84-88

www.fromagerie-beillevaire.com

One of the company’s dozens of shops in France, with many raw-milk cheeses you won’t see anywhere else, and more.

Patrick Roger

3 Place de la Madeleine

33-1-42-65-24-47

www.patrickroger.com

Beautifully made chocolates and wild sculptures.

Henri Le Roux

24 Rue des Martyrs

33-1-82-28-49-83

www.chocolatleroux.eu

It’s a chocolate shop, but he’s perhaps most famous (justifiably) for his salted butter caramels.

Sébastien Gaudard Patisserie des Martyrs

22 Rue des Martyrs

33-1-71-18-24-70

www.sebastiengaudard.fr

One of the most beautiful pastry shops you’ll ever see: modern meets classic, airy and pristine. Try an individual Paris-Brest.

La Chambre Aux Confitures

9 Rue des Martyrs

33-1-71-73-43-77

www.lachambreauxconfitures.com

A marvelous temple to jam, with dozens of flavors — not too sweet — to taste.

Café Pouchkine

Printemps Mode department store

64 Boulevard Haussmann

33-1-42-82-43-31

www.cafe-pouchkine.fr

A gilded corner of the store stuffed with over-the-top pastries.

INFORMATION

en.parisinfo.com

J.Y.

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