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Jean Bart Bistro

Posted on July 24, 2007 by Susie Hollands

On a budget? This cute and rumbunctious little Breton dive in the Marais might be more about atmosphere, but it’s a rare reasonably-priced option amongst the prime real estate of the Marais. Don’t get it confused with the Tabac next door. Jean Bart 84 rue Saint Antoine, 4th Ph. 01 42 72 08 88 Read more

Chez Paul

Posted on July 22, 2007 by Susie Hollands

Deliciously heavy on the fat content but very atmospheric – it’s as if the gastronomic renaissance in this neck of the woods has happened all around this place.  A great place to take visitors who want something ‘really French’, or to try the escargots and bone marrow if you feel the need.  Request to sit… Read more

Bouillon Racine

Posted on July 1, 2007 by Susie Hollands

Most beautiful art-nouveau decor and a great lunch time prix-fixe. Bouillon is ancient term for brasserie – this one was built in 1906. A tribute to the history of fine dining in this city. Bouillon Racine 3 Rue Racine, 6th Ph. 01 44 32 15 60 Read more

Le Petit Marcel

Posted on June 23, 2007 by Susie Hollands

You’ve just seen an exhibition at Pompidou or caught a film at MK2 Beaubourg? This is a good little spot to debrief, grab a coffee, drink or something to refuel. A typical bistro with a small terrace. Le Petit Marcel 65 rue Rambuteau, 4th Ph. 01 48 87 10 20 Metro: Rambuteau (11) Read more

Abracadabar

Posted on June 19, 2007 by Susie Hollands

The kind of 19th arrondissement dive bar where you never quite know what will happen. It’s guaranteed you’ll have a night full of surprises and get to know the locals. Rock, rap, jazz, electro…even tarot reading! Abracadabar 123, avenue Jean-Jaurès, 19th Metro: Ourcq (5) Read more