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Marché bio Batignolles

Posted on October 22, 2015 by VINGT Editorial

Words: Jill Pope Image: Timothy Mason Batignolles in the 17th arrondissement used to sit outside the Paris city limits and the neighbourhood has retained the village-like lifestyle with cute boutiques, leafy streets and a local community passionate about their area. One of the best places to experience the charm of this district is the bio… Read more

Restaurant Sauvage

Posted on May 22, 2015 by VINGT Editorial

Words and Images: Jill Pope If it sometimes feels like the bohemian hey day of the 6th and 7th arrondissements is behind it, Restaurant Sauvage has brought back a rather contemporary reinterpretation of that free and easy lifestyle. The small space is smartly kitted out with plywood tables and long benches along one wall, which gives a… Read more

Mélodies Graphiques

Posted on February 22, 2015 by VINGT Editorial

Words: Jill Pope Image: Karen For anyone with a major stationery fetish, if you haven’t already discovered it, Mélodies Graphiques may be your new mecca. This shop was a like a chimera for me – I discovered it while strolling around Saint Paul one foggy autumn evening, but I had difficulty finding it again –… Read more

Micro-quartier profile: Saint-Paul/Place des Vosges

Posted on February 22, 2015 by VINGT Editorial

Words: Jill Pope The Marais, which spans the 3rd and 4th arrondissements, is far from a homogenous bloc, but a collection of neighbourhoods with their own character. The eastern part of the 4th arrondissement – that is, the ‘lower’ part of the Marais, with its feet still firmly on the rive droit, before you hit the Seine and the… Read more

Marché d’Aligre

Posted on February 22, 2015 by VINGT Editorial

Words: Jill Pope With Emile Zola’s ‘belly of Paris’, Les Halles, reduced to a grim, labyrinthine shopping complex and a hunk of land permanently ‘under construction’, Parisians were in need of another market standard. Thus Marché d’Aligre, situated near metro Ledru-Rollin in the 12th arrondissement, has taken over and been nicknamed the ‘little’ belly of Paris.… Read more