Paris City Guide

Paris at your feet! Check out our selection of the city’s latest hotspots by our partner Omnivore… and enjoy a typically Parisian experience in your after-work hours.

Les Arlots 
136 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010 Paris
At Les Arlots, chef Thomas Brachet pays a fine tribute to traditional French cuisine, prepared with delicacy and generosity. As for wine, Tristan Renoux has selected a host of good and clean wines.
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55 rue au Maire, 75003 Paris
At CAM, it’s a joyfully messy setting. Scratched walls, old parquet flooring, marble countertop, you feel good there. Behind his glass kitchen, South Korean chef Esu Lee sends Asian cuisine without false notes based on excellent products.

136 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010 Paris

Open kitchen, rough stone wall, formica tables… Billili, little sister of Les Arlots, a wine bar where you can come and taste the dozen dishes to share, or simply taste good natural wines without breaking the bank.
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Le Mermoz
16 rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris
Just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées, Manon Fleury, a former Astrance chef, finally opens the way to a lively, inspired cuisine in an amorphous 8th arrondissement.
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8 rue Meissonier, 75017 Paris
For 28 or 36 euros at lunchtime, there is enough to make an exceptional meal in the Wagram district, at Christophe Saintagne’s, in a decor of wood/abrasive Haussmanian stone/light suspended in clouds.
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Le Café du Coin
9 rue Camille-Desmoulins, 75011 Paris
Florent Ciccoli and Greg Back have invested in this bistro with its antique tiled floor, copper counter and scraped walls and send stunning dishes to share and hand-picked natural wines.
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39/43 rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris
At 39, the tapas bar, at 43, the newly renovated restaurant, where Pierre Touitou and his men in white send punchy plates that are sprinkled with pretty wines to music.
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108 rue Amelot, 75011 Paris
The Vertigo team (Jaja, Glou, Du Pain, Bon Vivant…) of Julien Fouin and Ludovic Dardenay transformed the old PasdeLoup, near the Cirque d’Hiver, into Goguette, “cuisine et vins libres”.
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28 rue de la Tour d’Auvergne, 75009 Paris
Anne Legrand succeeded Daniel Rose (Spring) and Raphaël Rego (Oka) in this tiny room all in length, with its open micro-cooking and a more than affordable auteur cuisine.
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  • Exhibitions to see

    Back Side, at the Bourdelle Museum of Paris

    In our society obsessed with the face, Back Side/Dos à la mode is an original and unexpected subject. By addressing the body’s connection to clothing from a social and psychological point of view, the exhibition questions how we perceive our backs and those of others.

    Back Side
    Bourdelle museum of Paris
    From 05.07.19 to 17.11.19 // 10 am -18pm from Tuesday to Sunday
    18, rue Antoine-Bourdelle, 75015 Paris
    Entrance 10€
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    Fantaisies. Jacques Henri Lartigue, décors et haute couture

    The Louis-Senlecq Museum of Art and History invites you to discover an unknown part of Jacques Henri Lartigue’s work, created on the fringes of his production as a painter and photographer.
    The event aims to show for the first time the graphic work of Jacques Henri Lartigue in a free and original form and gives a vision of the artist as a creative all-round creator, more interested in the creative process than in the final object, passing lightly and at the same time with great rigour from one technique to another.

    Louis-Senlecq Museum of Art and History
    From 12.05.19 to 22.09.19 // 2pm -18pm from Wednesday to Sunday
    31 Grande Rue, 95290 L’Isle-Adam
    Entrance 4.30€
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    Bacon en toutes lettres, exhibition dedicated to Francis Bacon

    After the exhibitions showcasing Marcel Duchamp, René Magritte, André Derain and Henri Matisse, the Centre Pompidou continues its re-examination of key 20th century works by devoting a major exhibition to Francis Bacon. The last major French exhibition of this artist’s work was held in 1996 at the Centre Pompidou. More than twenty years later, Francis Bacon: Books and Painting presents paintings dating from 1971, the year of the retrospective event at the national galleries of the Grand Palais, to his final works in 1992.

    Bacon en toutes lettres
    Gallery 2, Centre Pompidou
    From 11.09.19 to 20.01.20 // 11am -9pm from Monday to Sunday excepte Tuesday
    Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
    Entrance 14€
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    La Maison Marocaine De La Photographie carte blanche to Hassan Hajjaj

    Although known for his photographic portraits, Hassan Hajjaj is a self-taught artist who does not freeze in any genre or form. He thus moves from installation to video, and explores the field of fashion but also other fields of contemporary creation. With humour, sometimes and consciously drawing towards kitsch, his works bring together the most tenacious clichés and the most representative icons of his two cultures, of origin and adoption.

    Bacon en toutes lettres
    La maison Européenne de la Photographie
    From 11.09.19 10 17.11.19 // Open Wednesday to Sunday, 11am – 8pm Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and public holidays
    5/7 Rue de Fourcy – 75004 Paris
    Entrance 14€
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