Young Chefs Have Rapidly Improved the Parisian Dining Scene
As a foreigner to Paris, I've noticed a positive shift in the dining scene since I moved here five years ago and opened my restaurant, Bones. That's not to say the older crowd are entirely down with the casual fine dining thing, though.
Bad Coffee Is Dying a Slow Death in Paris
Coffee in Paris has been, historically speaking, rather dreadful—a bitter, black brew made from robusta beans. But now new cafés with a passion for good beans are slowly beginning to change French coffee culture for the better.
Anna Trattles and Alice Quillet