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Magazine Where Paris n°245, english edition, daté juin 2014, Jean-louis Roux-Fouillet

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  • 1. FASHION CULTURE ART JUNE 2014 ® PARIS MONTHLY CITYGUIDE DINING ENTERTAINMENT MAPS THIERRY MARX Meet the Celebrated French Chef
  • 2. BUCHERER THE PARIS ADDRESS FOR WATCHES WATCHES DIAMANTS JEWELRY Rolex · Baume & Mercier · Blancpain · B Swiss · Carl F. Bucherer · Chopard · Girard-Perregaux IWC · Jaeger-LeCoultre · A. Lange & Söhne · Longines · Mido · Montblanc · Oris · Officine Panerai · Piaget Rado · Roger Dubuis · Tissot · Tudor · Vacheron Constantin · Van Cleef & Arpels · Zenith 12, boulevard des Capucines, 75009 Paris | bucherer.com
  • 3. MONSIEURBLEUPHOTO©ADRIENDIRAND;ÊTEFORAINEAUXTUILERIES–ÉTÉ2009©PARISTOURISTOFFICE–MARCBERTRAND 4 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 08 Hot Dates This month’s calendar of hot dates 10 A Delicious Variety of Marxism Meet Thierry Marx, the celebrated French chef who is changing all the rules in the kitchen 14 Fabulous Fare, Fabulous Views We bring you the best tables to enjoy delicious fare and a great view of the French capital 90 My Paris Head Concierge Jean Emmanuel Mendes shares his favourite things about Paris [THE GUIDE] 16 SHOPPING The city’s latest boutique openings, trends and address book for everything fashion related 48 ARTS & ATTRACTIONS This month’s round-up of exhibits, trade shows and must-see monuments 60 DINING Our selection of restaurants for every mood and every taste 76 ENTERTAINMENT This month’s hottest bars, clubs and ballets 86 NAVIGATE Your guide to getting around the city with maps and transport listings CONNECT WITH US ONLINE PERSONALISE YOUR PARIS AT WHERETRAVELER.COM CONTENTS Facebook.com/whereparismagazine Twitter.com/whereparis 14 8 FASHION CULTURE ART JUNE 2014 ® PARIS MONTHLY CITYGUIDE DINING ENTERTAINMENT MAPS THIERRY MARX Meet the Celebrated French Chef 1676 ON THE COVER Photo courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Paris Hotel Turn to page 10 to meet the talented chef
  • 4. SUMMER BEGINS at 22 AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES, 75008 PARIS, FRANCE BANANAREPUBLIC.EU/FRANCE 22 AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES, 75008 PARIS, FRANCE BANANAREPUBLIC.EU/FRANCE
  • 5. 6 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 WHERE PARIS supports: Published by the Visitor Publications division of Morris Communications Company, LLC 725 Broad St., Augusta, GA 30901 WHERE PARIS 35 rue des Mathurins 75008 Paris, France Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 56 Fax: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 57 PUBLISHER AND GENERAL MANAGER Pascal Tranchant Tel: +33 (0)1 43 12 56 42 pascal.tranchant@morriseurope.com EDITOR Sandra Iskander* GROUP ART DIRECTOR Tim Benton SENIOR DESIGNER Lee Henry PRODUCTION MANAGER/LONDON Melanie Needham SENIOR PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Jennifer Bourne PRODUCTION ASSISTANT David Weeks CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Alexander Lobrano, Patricia Valicenti* DESIGNER AND PRODUCTION MANAGER Céline Février* DESIGNER AND WEB DESIGNER Laura Zaharia* SALES DIRECTOR Jean-Louis Roux-Fouillet jeanlouis.rouxfouillet@wheremagazine.com ADVERTISING  SENIOR ACCOUNT MANAGERS Corinne Durant*, Jana Herrmann* ADVERTISING  ACCOUNT MANAGER Delphine Ivanchenko* DISTRIBUTION AND HOTEL SERVICES MANAGER Suzanne Tang* SALES & MARKETING ASSISTANT Jennifer Groult* OFFICE MANAGER Emmanuelle Marquet* *E-MAIL FOR ALL OF THE ABOVE FIRSTNAME.LASTNAMEWHEREMAGAZINE.COM MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS MVP I EUROPE MANAGING DIRECTOR EUROPE Chris Manning MVP I EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT Donna W. Kessler MVP I CREATIVE CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER Haines Wilkerson DESIGN DIRECTOR Jane Frey CREATIVE COORDINATOR Beverly Mandelblatt MORRIS COMMUNICATIONS CHAIRMAN & CEO William S. Morris III PRESIDENT William S. Morris IV Edité par Where Paris SNC. Société en nom collectif constituée le 26 mai 1993 au capital de €1.725.795. Durée 99 ans. 391 247 251 RCS PARIS. Représentant légal: Chris Manning. Tirage: 54,080 (OJD 2013). N° de ISSN: 1241-8625. Dépôt légal: juin 2014. Reproduction interdite sauf accord préalable. Where® Magazine makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information it publishes, but cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from errors or omissions. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited. Where® is a registered trademark of Morris Visitor Publications. THE TEAM | WHERE PARIS PROJECT IS ENDORSED BY Sandra Iskander [Editor] Regarded as a culinary capital, Paris boasts some of the best restaurants in the world, and more importantly the most talented chefs. This month we meet Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx, who, with his avant-garde approach to cooking has changed the rules in French cooking. We also share with you our favourite tables that offer great food and fabulous views of the city. Of course any trip to the fashion capital is incomplete without indulging in a spending spree and in this issue you will find all the latest trends as well as limited edition collections that will have your friends back home green with envy. And on page 32 we give you a peak into what you can find in the chic centres in and around Paris. Must-see exhibits, including Once Upon a Time, The Orient Express and I’ve Returned from Hollywood, a photo exhibit showcasing works by Willy Rizzo, are on the cultural agenda this month as well as a day trip to Yerres to discover the works of Gustave Caillebotte. And if you love flying and sightseeing then you will also love our A View from the Top story on page 56. Bars, clubs and cabarets round up our issue this month for your entertainment pleasure as well as a host of concerts and jazz clubs. FUN, FOOD AND FASHION
  • 6. JAVEL AV. PDT KENNEDYRERCHARLES MICHELS JAVELM BIR-HAKEIMM TAX REFUND FOR TRAVELERS OPEN UNTIL 9PM AND ON THURSDAYS UNTIL 10PM SHOPPING THE ART OF PARISIAN 12, RUE LINOIS- PARIS XVe WWW.BEAUGRENELLE-PARIS.COM FASHION . DESIGN . RESTAURANTS
  • 7. 8 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 [ J U N E I N P A R I S ] HOT DATESTUESDAY ATELIER BLENDOLOGIE BY GRANT’S Grant’s is opening an ephemeral space through to the 8th of the month where you can go and learn about the different steps in making whiskey. There are 5 workshops that you can take part in as well as a tasting workshop. 44 rue de Turbigo (3rd) 3 JUNE SUNDAY THE REAL SUPER HEROES This is your last chance to discover what superheroes really get up to when they’re not saving the world. The Galerie Sakura is showcasing a photo exhibit, which ends tomorrow, showing the comical side of superheroes. Bercy Village, 50 cour Saint- Emilion (12th), 01 71 93 26 90 1
  • 8. www.wheretraveler.com 9 SATURDAY 28 WEDNESDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY FROM JESUS TO YVES SAINT LAURENT Fat Galerie is hosting the works of Italian fashion photographer Antonio Guccione, showcasing his series of “skulls” of famous people, including Yves Saint Laurent, Andy Warhol and Salvador Dalí in an exhibit entitled From Jesus to Yves Saint Laurent. 1 rue Dupetit-Thouars (3rd), 01 44 54 00 84 FAMILY BRUNCH Brunch Bazar is back. The pop-up brunch event is hosting Surf in the City today and tomorrow in the heart of the Marais in the Carreau du Temple. Music, a pop-up store, concerts and video games are all here as well as of course a restaurant and a playground for the kids. Visit www.brunchbazar.com for the event’s full programme and bookings. BEER AND SPORTS The FIFA World Cups starts today and if you cannot bear the thought of missing the first kick off, head to Le Frog XVI, where you can enjoy beer, burgers and the game. 110bis ave Kléber (16th), 01 47 27 88 88 MUSIC FESTIVAL Free concerts are being held all around the city as part of the annual Fête de la Musique. Visit www. fetedelamusique. culture.fr for the full programme. ROLAND GARROS The most important match, men’s finals, takes place today. If you are not lucky enough to have tickets to watch it live why not head to Café Oz and watch it there with a cold beer. 8 blvd Montmartre (9th), 01 47 70 18 52 [ H O T D AT E S ] «WORKINGOUT»SUPERHEROEXHIBITPHOTO©SACHAGOLDBERGER;YVESSAINTLAURENT,PARIS,2008©ANTONIOGUCCIONE;ÊTEFORAINEAUXTUILERIES-ÉTÉ2009©PARISTOURISTOFFICE-MARCBERTRAND 4 7 12 21 8 FUN FAIR The fun fair at the Jardin des Tuileries opens today. Take the kids and enjoy the rollercoaster rides, the toboggan ride and the fairy floss.
  • 9. Marx’s signature “risotto”
  • 10. [ I N T E R V I E W ] www.wheretraveler.com 11 I n the past, Marx’s aversion to classical French haute cuisine cooking and fascination with molecular cuisine earned him a reputation as the “French Ferran Adria” (the Catalan chef Adria was, of course, the father of avant-garde molecular cooking at his now closed Michelin three-star restaurant El Bulli north of Barcelona). And before coming to Paris, when Marx cooked at the restaurant of the Château Cordeillan-Bages wine estate in the Gironde north of Bordeaux, he alternately dazzled or rankled food-lovers who made the pilgrimage to his table with dishes like a “virtual” sausage made of meat, lentils, melted fat, and bouillon encased in a long balloon the end of which was snipped open over a soup dish at the table. These gastronomic antics are light years, however, from the exquisitely serene and deliciously poetic cooking Marx now does at Sur Mesure. To be sure, one dish on a recent lunch menu was a deconstructed take on onion soup, but it came off as witty rather than revolutionary, and dishes like his signature “risotto”, which is made with bean sprouts rather than rice, has a pleasant iodine accent from oyster juices, and is luxuriously ground by shavings of black truffle, and his cod in white miso bouillon with ricotta filled ravioli and clementines, is subtle and stunningly refined. Part of his originality, however, is the way in which they so knowingly break with French culinary traditions and the Gallic palate. Marx, a warm and gentle man with a wry sense of humour, has been unflinchingly and unselfconsciously unconventional ever since he signed up as a kitchen apprentice when he was sixteen as a way of avoiding the factory job that seemed his destiny coming from a working-class family in Paris’s rough-and-tumble Belleville neighbourhood. Marx deeply believes that good food is a right and not a privilege, which is why he’s taught cooking classes in a penitentiary and written a free cookbook for Les Restaurants du Coeur, the national association that runs food banks and soup kitchens in most major French cities. He’s also hosted a street-food festival with an haute-cuisine touch in Bordeaux. “Much of what I do is in an attempt to free French cooking from its bourgeois cage,” Marx says. “You don’t A Delicious Variety of Marxism Given that he shares a last name with the father of socialism, it doesn’t come as a surprise when chef Thierry Marx, 51, confesses to having anti-bourgeois instincts, or at least in the kitchen anyway. “I don’t like polite food,” says Marx, who’s head chef at the Michelin two-star haute cuisine restaurant Sur Mesure at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in the heart of Paris and who also runs its second table, Camélia. ALLPHOTOSCOURTESYOFMANDARINORIENTALPARIS B Y A L E X A N D E R L O B R A N O
  • 11. 12 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 [ T H I E R R Y M A R X ] usually go to a two-star restaurant like Sur Mesure because you’re hungry. You go to have an emotional experience, to live a little dream. The problem is that the withering formality of ‘fine dining’ so often destroys the spontaneous pleasure you might find in discovering remarkable new pleasures at the table.” According to Marx, there’s a whole psychological power game that’s played out between the staff and the client in most haute cuisine restaurants, and he finds it both sad and exhausting. This is why Marx has worked hard to create a new service style and a more joyous atmosphere for his restaurant, which has a dramatically minimalist design by interior designer Patrick Jouin. “I call our approach to service, Gentlemen—and women—in the service of gentlemen. There has to be a certain equality between the server and the served for a respectful complicity to be born, and there should never be a feeling of conflict in a dining room, since it destroys the serenity that’s the best backdrop to pleasure,” says Marx. Rather than the unwelcome chattiness that this approach often engenders in North American restaurants, the French version of equality between the server and the served is charming and profoundly gracious. It’s also very much a reflection of Marx’s personal belief in what he calls the “solidarity of the human experience, or the astonishing fact that we’re all sharing each others lives because we’re alive at the same time.” “It also comes from my outsider’s mentality,” says Marx. “My first real experience of French cooking was when I was in the French army, and as a chef, learned French cooking academically from the outside in the way that a foreigner would, because growing up, I knew nothing about it,” Marx explains, adding that in his Jewish-Polish family (his Polish grandfather only won French nationality by fighting for the French army during World War I), people cooked to eat, usually in a hurry, and that the family diet ran to lots of potatoes. Otherwise, in the immigrant heavy quartier where he grew up, he ate North African or Asian food rather than boeuf bourguignon or blanquette de veau. This also explains why Marx feels little pride in France’s storied gastronomic reputation and feels no nostalgia for the disappearing bistros of Paris. Instead, he remembers bistros as “sad smoky places where people drank too much and escaped their frustrations by playing pinball machines.” Turbot served with beetroot and a horseradish emulsion
  • 12. www.wheretraveler.com 13 “Being the outsider also gives you a huge clarity and power, since you question everything,” says Marx. “And of course tradition is there to inspire innovation,” adds the chef, who has a deep reverence and fascination with the Japanese kitchen (a judo-master, Marx has spent long periods of time in Japan). “The Japanese have such a respect for the natural tastes of food, and their aesthetics are magnificent. They also have a great esteem for humility as a virtue, and this informs the experience of going to a restaurant in Japan, because there’s such a beautiful reciprocity of respect.” Marx also believes that the guiding principles of Japanese cooking—“pleasure, well-being and health,” which he’s adopted as the cardinal points of his own kitchen, will increasingly inform French cooking in the 21st century. “I don’t really believe so much in the idea of national kitchens anymore, because cooking has become so global. Today it’s more about an individual cook’s style than where he or she was born, and the beginning of this century is really interesting in the kitchen because of the new techniques that have been invented—encapsulation, cooking at very low temperatures, thermic shock. These are new tools for chefs at the same time that the eternal skills, like how to cut something perfectly, are more important than ever.” Marx says that nothing stimulates his creativity more than a visit to the markets of Paris—his favourites include the Marché d’Aligre and the Marché des Enfants Rouges, and that he loves hanging up his apron and going out for a good meal every once in a while. “It’s moving for me to discover another chef’s cooking,” he says. If the last meal that really astonished him was at Eleven Madison in New York City, in Paris, he says he loves the cooking of Pierre Gagnaire, admires young chef Akrame Benallal, who just won his first Michelin star at his restaurant Akrame, and that his local is Le Cherche Midi, an Italian restaurant not far from the Left Bank apartment he shares with his girlfriend, an art gallery owner. And do these very different restaurants have anything in common? Marx grins and answers immediately: “Yes, their highly developed sense of hospitality works to help people relax so that they can focus on their food. And the greatest food is always cooked and served with love.” The sweet bento box
  • 13. 14 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 Lunch in front of the Eiffel Tower at Monsieur Bleu [ J U N E I N P A R I S ] FABULOUS VIEW FABULOUS FAREB Y S A N D R A I S K A N D E R
  • 14. www.wheretraveler.com 15 ADDRESS BOOK MONSIEUR BLEU 20 ave de New York (16th), 01 47 20 90 47 RESTAURANT DU PALAIS ROYAL 110 Galerie de Valois (1st), 01 40 20 00 27 MAISON BLANCHE 15 ave Montaigne (8th), 01 47 23 55 99 LES OMBRES 27 quai Branly (7th), 01 47 53 68 00 LE JULES VERNE Avenue Gustave Eiffel (7th), 01 45 55 61 44 W hen in Paris it is easy to feel on top of the world. The culture, the fashion, the food, everything feels like a moment in heaven. And when the sun is out and the sky is blue, dining alfresco with a stunning view of the French capital, you really do begin to feel like you are in a magical place. Finding that perfect table that can offer you fine fare without compromising a spectacular view and vice versa isn’t always an easy feat so here at Where we have done the ground work for you so all you have to do is simply read, reserve and enjoy. In the chic 16th arrondissement, overlooking the Seine is Monsieur Bleu, the contemporary restaurant and bar found in the Palais de Tokyo. With a spacious outdoor dining area, this table offers a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower and contemporary French cuisine. Open daily, for lunch and dinner, this is the perfect reservation to make for a chic lunch before taking in an exhibit at the Palais de Tokyo or the neighbouring Modern Art Museum, or perhaps a convivial dinner where you can enjoy great cocktails, fun music and a stunning view. Nestled in the heart of the French capital, overlooking the idyllic Palais Royal garden is the Restaurant du Palais Royal. The traditional French restaurant offers a tranquil dining area underneath the historic arches of the Palais Royal giving you a perfect view of the popular gardens and its quaint fountain. An ideal table for lunch during a shopping spree in the high- end boutiques found under the arches circling the garden. Maison Blanche remains as one of Paris’s most popular tables and it is not very difficult to see why. Located just above the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and in the heart of the chic “Golden Triangle”, the restaurant, which serves contemporary French cuisine, boasts a terrace that overlooks the über-fashionable Avenue Montaigne and the splendid Eiffel Tower. And every Saturday from midnight the restaurant, along with the terrace, transforms into the White Room and hosts international DJs and live performances, creating the perfect rooftop club to party the night away. Musée du Quai Branly is an impressive museum designed by Jean Nouvel and which showcases indigenous art and offers an insight into cultures and civilisations from Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Americas. It is also where you can discover Les Ombres restaurant, perched on the museum’s rooftop, boasting a terrace that gives you a rare view of the City of Light, Les Ombres invites you to sit in the shadows of the Eiffel Tower, take in Palais de Chaillot and dine on contemporary international cuisine. 125 metres high and hidden in the city’s most iconic tower is Le Jules Verne restaurant. The Alain Ducasse restaurant is a unique experience offering you haute cuisine and a spectacular view of the capital, a table where you can sample culinary heritage with a contemporary flair in an elegant and modern setting. The MONSIEURBLEUPHOTO©ADRIENDIRAND;LESOMBRESPHOTO©DONALDVANDERPUTTEN;JULESVERNEPHOTO©PIERREMONETTA;PALAISROYALRESTAURANT PHOTO©FRANCESCAMANTOVANI menu at the Michelin-starred restaurant is a gastronomical delight, featuring a warm green asparagus salad served with a delicate truffled mousseline, a Blanquette-style breast of veal served with seasonal vegetables and for dessert the “Tower Nut”, a crunchy praline and chocolate treat. A much sought-after table, Le Jules Verne is an ideal restaurant to sample one of the world’s best chef’s talents while taking in the most beautiful city in the world. Indulge in carefully prepared desserts at the Restaurant du Palais Royal Dine on contemporary French cuisine at Maison Blanche Admire the City of Light from up high at Le Jules Verne Look onto Palais de Chaillot as you lunch at Les Ombres
  • 15. 16 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 THE GUIDE Quirky American actress Zooey Deschanel has created a capsule collection for fashion house Tommy Hilfiger. The collection features 16 dresses with 6 of the designs available only at the brand’s Champs-Elysées boutique. The To Tommy From Zooey collection is a perfect mixture of the Tommy girl and Zooey’s own personal style. The red, white and blue colour palette of Tommy makes up the capsule collection and is brought to life with retro-inspired dresses and nautical detailing that Zooey loves. A drop-waist box pleat dress with flap pockets, a sail-print shift dress with shoulder button detailing and a striped bubble print dress with navy and red polka dots make up part of the collection. 65 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 45 61 54 55 TO TOMMY FROM ZOOEY SHOPPINGBY SANDRA ISK ANDER W H E R E PA R I S
  • 16. FULL HOUSE ROLAND GARROS BY CHANTAL THOMASS JONATHAN ADLER IN PARIS Chantal Thomass is known for her sexy lingerie and in celebration of the French Open she is taking her creations to the courts with a limited edition collection for Roland Garros. The capsule collection features tennis ensembles in the designer’s favourite hues, pink, black and white, and includes a tennis dress with a soft feminine touch with a sweet floppy bow as well as a black pleated skirt that could easily be worn off the courts. The collection also features a chic black and white wide-brimmed hat and even a flirty, tennis-themed umbrella to keep you shaded in the sun. The collection is available exclusively at the Roland-Garros boutique during the tournament. 2 ave Gordon Bennett (16th), 01 47 43 51 91 Polyèdre Home has welcomed a Jonathan Adler pop-up store within its home décor boutique, showcasing the American designer’s talent in everything design. The potter-cum-home furnishings designer, who makes contemporary pieces influenced by both pop culture and travel, will have a selection of pieces on sale at the pop-up store until the end of the month. Among the great finds are a marble table with a cylinder- shaped brushed brass base and this gold porcelain candle. 27 rue de Tournon (6th), 01 46 34 74 81 Men’s ready-to-wear brand JAQK has just opened its second boutique in the fashion capital. Inspired by card games, especially poker, the brand’s collection of clothes fit for suave gentlemen features shirts, polo shirts and jackets. Easily worn in the office as well as around a roulette table, JAQK’s collection is colourful and comfortable and is showcased in the boutique surrounded by gaming tables. 62 rue Caumartin (9th), 01 53 16 43 45 [ S H O P P I N G ] www.wheretraveler.com 17
  • 17. W H E R E PA R I S FOR HER HOLIDAY READY Tread the streets of the capital in these leather Marc O’Polo flip- flops before taking them south to Saint Tropez! 64 rue Bonaparte (6th), 01 43 29 09 18 18 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 COLOUR BLOCK Brighten up your summer with this pretty pink Stampa bag from Carolina Herrera’s Casati collection. 10 rue de Castiglione (1st), 01 58 62 41 03 A GRECIAN LOOK Feel like a Greek goddess in this Fragonard dress. 203 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 40 17 90 41 VERY VALENTINO Class up any look with these red and gold sunglasses from Valentino. 27 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 42 66 95 94
  • 18. www.wheretraveler.com 19 [ S H O P P I N G ] FOR HIM GREEN WITH ENVY Watch the Roland Garros finals with these crocodile-hued Lacoste sunglasses. 93-95 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01 47 23 39 26 STEP INTO SUMMER Sport these red, white and blue espadrilles with rubber soles from Souts and comfortably step into the warmer months. Available at Le Bon Marché DASHING DENIM Don’t get left behind in the fashion stakes and go Western with this Seidensticker denim shirt. 1 place Michel Debré (6th), 01 53 63 04 25 WEAR PARIS Start working on your tan early this summer with these Orlebar Brown shorts featuring the famous monuments of Paris, designed by artist Tommy Penton. Available exclusively at Le Bon Marché
  • 19. 20 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 RUEDESÈZE RUEDESCAPUCINES RUE CAMBON RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUMONT-THABOR RUEDERIVOLI RUEDERIVOLI RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUEDESURÈNE RUEDAUNOU RUE VIVIENNE RUE DE LA PAIX RUE DES PYRAMIDES RUE SAINT ROCH RUE DE LA SOURDIÈRE RUEDANIELLECASANOVA RUE CASTIGLIONE RUEDESPETITSCHAMPS RUE DE VALOIS ardin des Tuileries W H E R E L U X U R Y [ S H O P P I N G ] R U E S A I N T- H O N O R É - PA L A I S R O YA L PYRAMIDE OPÉRA PALAIS ROYAL MADELEINE CONCORDE TUILERIES RUE TRONCHET RUE ROYALE RUEDELAFEUILLADE RUE RICHELIEU A VEN U E D E L’O PÉRA BLVD DELA M ADELEINE BLVD DES CAPUCINES Tous Nodus Bottega Veneta JB Guanti Longchamp Eres Poiray Milliaud KenzoMax Mara Wempe Lanvin JARDIN DES TUILERIES Marella SwarovskiEscada Michael Kors Royal Quartz PALAISROYAL PLACE DU MARCHÉ SAINT-HONORÉ Césaire PLACE VENDÔME Maje John Galliano Hervé LégerTom Ford Wine by One Dubail Chanel Hugo Boss Brooks Brothers Tumi DsQuared2 Chloé Audemars Piguet Hedgren Hublot Morabito Messika Roberto Cavalli Arije Valentino Armani Dodo Baldini Moynat Balenciaga Chopard Dior Church’s Paule Ka Guerlain Colette Omega Kiehl’s Goyard Mulberry Peuterey St Honoré Paris Cosmoparis Ralph Lauren Mephisto DidierLudotDidierLudot Qeelin M arcJacobs DelagePierre Hardy Serge Lutens RickOw ens M aison FabreAcneStudio Loro Piana Jimmy Choo de Grisogono Cotélac Jo Malone Bonpoint Paraboot The Kooples Chantal Thomass J.M. Weston Tara Jarmon Lamarthe De Fursac Kusmi Tea Shiatzy Chen Aésop Lacoste Chronopassion Prada Pinko RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ RUE ANJOU BLVD M ALESHERBES RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS Boucheron Capelstore Hermès Roger Vivier Tod’s Cartier AMERICAN EMBASSY Givenchy Saint Laurent Chanel Corneliani Valentino Gucci Chanel Dior Cerruti 1881 Vertu Glashütte Original StellaM c Cartney Miki House Wolford Janssens & Janssens Fauré Le PageChanel Frey Wille MUSÉE DU LOUVRE WEMPE The renowned German watchmaker has been satisfyingcustomersforover135years.Featuring afineselectionofstylishjewellery,luxurywatches andchronometers. 16 rue Royale - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 60 21 77 www.wempe.fr SHOPSTOP PRINTEMPSDULOUVRE Printemps is entering the Carrousel du Louvre with a 2,500 sqm new store entirely dedicated to luxury. Discover this new area celebrating the famousFrenchknow-howintheheartoftheLouvre Museum and showcasing the most prestigious accessories,beauty,watchesandjewellerybrands. Open7daysaweek,evenonSundays. CarrouselduLouvre 99ruedeRivoli–Paris1st Tel:01767741 00 www.printemps.com SHOPSTOP TALBOT RUNHOF The German luxery brand has been satisfying female customers worldwide for over 20 years withtheirelegant,exquisiteevening,cocktailand wedding dresses, as well as modern and original cuts, combined with high quality fabric and an exceptionalattentiontodetails.Wellpresentedin theirnewgalleryinspiredParisianboutique 14rued’Alger(cornerrueSaint-Honoré)-Paris1st Tel:01 55 04 85 50 www.talbotrunhof.com SHOPSTOP Alberta Ferretti Lancaster RUE SAINT-AUGUSTIN Christofle Berluti PaulSm ith Lanvin Junlon A.Testoni Rowena Forrest GALERIE ROYALE Lalique Baccarat Oliver Grant RUE PASQUIER Les DandysCrockett &Jones Burberry CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE RUEDESÈZE Bcbgmaxazria Zwilling Talbot Runhof Printemps du Louvre
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  • 21. 22 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 RUEVIGNON RUEDESCAPUCINES RUE CAMBON RUESAINT-HONORÉ RUEDUMONT-THABOR RUEDERIVOLI RUE SAINT-FLORENTIN RUE CAMBACÉRÈS RUEDESURÈNE RUEDESMATHURINS RUE CASTIGLIONE W H E R E L U X U R Y [ S H O P P I N G ] FA U B O U R G S A I N T- H O N O R É BLVD DELA M ADELEINE BLVD DES CAPUCINES Longchamp Maje Wine by One Fauré Le PageChanel Hugo Boss Brooks Brothers Tumi Audemars Piguet Morabito Messika Roberto Cavalli Maria Luisa Arije Armani Dior Omega Jimmy Choo de Grisogono J.M. Weston Tara Jarmon Chronopassion Bally Blumarine Brunello Cucinelli Leonard Boucheron Les Dandys Hermès Roger Vivier Tod’s Cartier Sonia Rykiel Milady Sotheby’s Pomellato Etro Chopard Caron Montagut AMERICAN EMBASSY Givenchy Saint Laurent Salvatore Ferragamo Barbara Bui Apostrophe Frette Chanel Corneliani Glashütte Original Heurgon Bottega Veneta Loro Piana Prada Gucci Eres PoirayMilliaud Kenzo Lancaster Alberta Ferretti Lanvin SwarovskiEscada Michael Kors Royal Quartz Hublot Valentino Ralph Lauren Chanel Dior Cerruti 1881 Pierre Cardin F.P. Journe Azzaro Bristol Puiforcat Poiray Christian Louboutin Burberry Janssens & Janssens Pinko Capelstore Burberry Vhernier BLVD M ALESHERBES MADELEINE RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ RUE TRONCHET RUE ROYALE RUE ANJOU RUE PASQUIER RUE D’ANJOU RUE DE L’ÉLYSÉE MATIGNON RUE DE RUE BOISSY D’ANGLAS RUEDUFAUBOURGSAINT-HONORÉ Vertu Miki House CONCORDE Wolford Chloé DsQuared2 JB Guanti Durance Césaire Walter Steiger Steiger VHERNIER Sublimejewelleryofpreciousgemsandgoldfrom thisItalianbrand.Eachpieceisunique,hand-made andinfluencedinitsformbytrendsinmodernand contemporaryart. 63, rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré - Paris 8th Tel: 01 40 17 93 15 - paris@vhernier.fr www.vhernier.com SHOPSTOP JANSSENS&JANSSENS In the very heart of the Faubourg St-Honoré discovermorethan3,000differentclothingfabrics, allextraordinary,andmanyusedbyhautecouture designers. Owner Françoise Janssens can also recommendoneof40localseamstresses. 3 rue d’Anjou - Paris 8th (Corner 46 Fbg St Honoré) Tel: 01 42 65 04 00 www.janssensparis.com SHOPSTOP ÉLYSÉE Hervé Léger Tom Ford Bcbgmaxazria Marella Zwilling Chanel Bernardaud Berluti PaulSm ith Lanvin Bonpoint Heurgon Lalique A.Testoni Baccarat Emanuel Berg Wempe Oliver Grant Crockett &Jones SHOPSTOP CROCKETT & JONES A reference for more than 130 years among the amateurs of beautiful Goodyear-welted shoes, the English luxury brand for men perpetuates the artisticqualityandcustom-madeservice. 14 rue Chauveau-Lagarde - Paris 8th Tel: 01 44 94 01 74 www.crockettandjones.com Hedgren
  • 22. AVENUE KLÉBER AVENUE D’IÉNA RUE MARBEUF AVENUE D’IÉNA FRANKLIN D.ROOSEVELT GEORGEV ALMA MARCEAU CHARLES DE GAULLE - ÉTOILE AVE FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AVENUE MONTAIGNE RUE DE LATRÉMOILLE RUE PIERRE CHARRON AVENUE GEORGEV AVENUE M ARCEAU RUE BALZAC RUEWASHINGTON AVENUEDESCHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES RUE DE BERRI RUE LA BOÉTIE RUE DU COLISÉE RUE MARIGNAN RUEFRANÇOIS1ER RUE MARBEUF AVENUE PIERRE-1 ER -DE-SERBIE COURSALBERT1ER AVEDEFRIEDLAND AVEN U E M ARCEAU AVEN U E M ARCEAU Salvatore Ferragamo Versace Mauboussin Tiffany Louis Pion Armani Dinh van Chanel Nina Ricci Givenchy Balmain Hugo Boss Guy Laroche Smalto Givenchy Chaumet Cartier Paule Ka Wolford Kiton Zadig & Voltaire Courrèges MaxMara Valentino Prada Bottega Veneta Louis Vuitton Dior Chloé Gucci Dolce&Gabbana Elie Saab Lancel Montblanc Louis Vuitton Hermès JP GaultierArmani Sony Leonard Cartier ARC DE TRIOMPHE Céline Loewe Ralph Lauren Kenzo Diane Von Furstenberg Brioni Sephora Guerlain J.M. Weston Morgan M.A.C. Levi’s Zara Swatch Tag Heuer Dubail Ulysse Nardin Armani Barbara Bui Zadig & Voltaire Anne Fontaine Bang & Olufsen Omega Eric Bompard Tara Jarmon Bvlgari Zegna BOCCADOR Caron Fendi Chanel Milady Charles JourdanPaul & Joe Akris Blumarine Adidas Quicksilver Dinh Van Creed Balenciaga Sicis By Marie & Gas Bijoux S.T.Dupont Swarovski Lacoste Zilli Tom Ford SHOPSTOP TISSOT BOUTIQUE ThefirstEuropeanTissotFlagshipstore.Discover the largest Tissot watch collection available in Paris with more than 500 references from their traditional watch collection such as the Le Locle Automatic to the most innovative watches with theT-TouchExpert. 76 ave des Champs Elysées - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 56 18 53 www.tissot.ch; E-shop: www.tissotshop.com Beretta Wine by One Tissot Berluti Façonnable Kusmi Tea Weleda Saint Laurent Corneliani GrandOptical Marionnaud Paris Arije Arije SHOPSTOP BERETTA GALLERY Beautifully tailored sport and casual wear from the legendary family-owned, Italian house specialised in the world of nature and hunting are found in this gallery boutique. High quality, refined accessories, stylish and sturdy shoes and boots and gear for the great outdoors are hallmarks of the brand. 57 rue Pierre Charron - Paris 8th Tel: 01 56 88 59 59 www.berettagallery.com SHOPSTOP Duret Paris Banana Republic Les Champs d’Or W H E R E L U X U R Y [ S H O P P I N G ] C H A M P S - É LY S É E S - M O N TA I G N E Christofle Ann Tuil ANN TUIL Ann Tuil is a multi-brand boutique carrying exceptionalaccessoriesrangingfromshoestobags and watches (Michael Kors, Longchamp, Kenzo, Marc By Marc Jacobs, Repetto, Moschino, UGG, ASH...).AnnTuilhastheprivilegeofofferingyoua 10%discountuponpresentationofthismagazinefor itemsthatyoupurchase(withoutreddot).Receive a12%taxrefundimmediately.Opensunday. 63 ave des Champs-Elysées - Paris 8th Tel: 01 42 25 67 31 www.anntuil.com 24 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 23. TISSOT LUXURY AUTOMATIC. POWERMATIC 80 MOVEMENT, OF FIC IA L LY C H RON OM ETER -C ERT IFI ED BY T HE C O SC (C O NTR ÔL E OF FI C I EL SU ISSE D ES C HRO NOMÈTR ES) , OFFERING UP TO 80 HOURS OF POWER RESERVE WITH A 316L STAINLESS STEEL CASE. INNOVATORS BY TRADITION. TISSOT.CH BOUTIQUES TISSOT 76 , AV E N U E D E S C H A M P S - E LYS É E S – 7 5 0 0 8 PA R I S GA L E R I E D E S A RC A D E S, AV E N U E D E S C H A M P S - E LYS É E S – 7 5 0 0 8 PA R I S CENTRE COMMERCIAL LES 4 TEMPS, NIVEAU 2 – 92092 PARIS LA DÉFENSE
  • 24. W H E R E L U X U R Y [ S H O P P I N G ] V E N D Ô M E SHOPSTOP GAS BIJOUX BorninSaint-Tropez,GasBijouxhasbeencreating jewelleryforover40years,handmadeandartisan, crafted in its Marseilles atelier, and it is now an internationallyrecognisedfashionaccessorieshouse. 26-28 rue Danielle Casanova - Paris 2nd Tel: 01 42 97 58 80 44 rue Etienne Marcel - Paris 2nd Tel: 01 45 08 49 46 8 avenue George V - Paris 8th Tel: 01 53 23 88 00 www.gasbijoux.com SHOPSTOP BUCHERER PARIS In the heart of the Opera district, between Place Vendôme and Boulevard Haussmann, the House Bucherer unveils a sublime 2200m2 space showcasing the most beautiful Swiss names in watchmaking. The largest boutique in the world dedicated to timepieces, this is the Parisianshopstop. 12 boulevard des Capucines – Paris 9th Tel: 01 70 99 18 88 www.bucherer.com RU E DE CASTIG LIO N E OPÉRA PYRAMIDES HAVRE CAUMARTIN CHAUSSÉE D’ANTIN LAFAYETTE SAINT-LAZARE AVENUEDEL’OPÉRA BOULEVARD DES CAPUCINES RUESCRIBE RUE SAINT-HONORÉ RU E SAIN T-HO N O RÉ RU E DE LA PAIX BOULEVARD HAUSSMANN RUEAUBER RU E DES PYRAM IDES RU E SAIN T-RO CH RU E DE LA SO U RDIÈRE RUE DANIELLE CASANOVA RU E TRO N CHET RUEVIGNON RUEGODOTDEMAUROY RUECAUMARTIN RUE DE PROVENCE RUE LOUIS-LE-GRAND RUED’ARGENTEUIL RUEDESCAPUCINES RUEDU 29JUILLET RU E D’ALG ER RUEDUHAVRE RU E DE L’ARCADE RUE DU M ONT-THABOR OPÉRA Maje Breitling Harry Winston Daum Cartier Louis Vuitton Dubail Repetto Hugo Boss Loding Kusmi Tea Kusmi Tea De Fursac Cave Bernard Magrez Korloff Dinh van Van Cleef & Arpels Chanel Piaget Chaumet Hublot Patek Philippe Dior Church’s Paule Ka Brooks Brothers Armani Hugo Boss J.M. Weston Chopard Jaquet Droz Sephora Colette Tag Heuer A. Lange & Söhne Baccarat Hackett Lacoste Omega Fragonard Folli Follie Miu MiuArije Dior Mikimoto E.Goyard Citadium Guerlain Lancel PLACE VENDÔME PLACE DU MARCHÉ ST-HONORÉ Mulberry PASSAGE DU HAVRE COUR DU HAVRE Chantal Thomass Jimmy Choo Omega Jaeger- LeCoultre Saint Honoré Bvlgari Golfino Basler Dodo Blancpain Boucheron Jo Malone Bonpoint Galeries Lafayette Galeries Lafayette Lafayette Maison Vacheron Constantin Buccellati Rolex Van Cleef & Arpels Cartier Montblanc Panerai IWC Mellerio Tumi DsQuared2 GARE SAINT-LAZARE Charvet Frey Wille Swarovski Miki House Wine by One Opera Gallery Pataugas Printemps Homme Printemps Beauté-Maison Printemps Mode Mephisto Mephisto Bucherer MisterChrono RUE SAINT-AUGUSTIN A Mon Image L’Occitane L’Occitane Diesel CHRISTOFLE Thissilversmith,foundedin1830,isknownfortop qualitysterlingandplate.Thehouse’sartandcraft magicisworkedintothetablearts,jewelleryandan arrayofdelightfulitemsthatmakeperfectgifts. 9 rue Royale - Paris 8th Tel: 01 55 27 99 13 www.christofle.com SHOPSTOP Talbot Runhof Boggi IKKS Christofle Gas Bijoux 26 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 25. www.wheretraveler.com 27 W H E R E L U X U R Y [ S H O P P I N G ] S A I N T- G E R M A I N RUE DU BAC MUSÉE D’ORSAY SÈVRES-BABYLONE SAINT-GERMAIN DES-PRÉS RER RUEDESSAINTS-PÈRES RUEDERENNES RUEDERENNES BOULEVARDRASPAIL SAINT-GERMAIN QUAI VOLTAIRE RUEDUBAC RUE DE BABYLONE RUE DU CHERCHE-M IDI RUE DE LILLE RUE JACOB RUE DE LILLE RUE DE L’UNIVERSITÉ RUEDEBEAUNE RUEBONAPARTE RUE JACOB RUEBONAPARTE RUEDESCANETTES RUEPRINCESSE ST-SULPICE RUE DU FOUR RUEMADAME RUEDUDRAGON RUE DE SÈVRES RUE DE SÈVRES RU E DE G REN ELLE RUEDELACHAISE RUE DEVERNEUIL BOULEVARD RUE MÉZIÈRES Paul Smith Christian Louboutin Paul Smith Burberry Etro Paul & Joe Ferragamo Agnès b Saint Laurent Crockett & Jones L’Ibis Rouge Implicite Vignes Karl Lagerfeld Rolex Ralph Lauren Barbara Bui Dot-Drops Zadig & Voltaire Brunello Cucinelli Walter Steiger Omega Berluti Le Bon Marché Spa L’Occitane Hour Passion JB Guanti l’Artisan Parfumeur Rodika Zanian Eskandar American Vintage Renaissance Ofée. Maje Poltrona Frau SilveraHartwood Deyrolle The Kooples Bowen Cassina Welton John Lobb Bang & Olufsen Debauve & Gallais Edward Green Armani Casa Louis Vuitton Zadig & Voltaire Façonnable Mauboussin Armani Stefanel Marina Rinaldi Maje Repetto Wolford Pataugas Cartier Lancel Montblanc Texier J.M. Weston Tru Trussardi Robert Clergerie Longchamp SaintLaurent Alexis Mabille Carven Prada Durance Shang Xia Sergio Rossi Céline Ventilo Tod’s L.K. Bennett Le Lutetia Tag Heuer Swarovski Hermès Sonia Rykiel Elsa Vanier Kenzo Kenzo Ten Clothes AlainMikli M.A.C. Sportmax Francis Klein Gab&Jo Cinna FRANCIS KLEIN Thisfamily-runbrandoffershand-made,outofsight glassesandaccessories.AllmadeinFrance,their collectionscatertoalllooks,offeringglamorousand originalframesallowingyoutowearapieceofParis everyday. Mon-Sat10am-7pm. 30 rue Bonaparte - Paris 6th Tel: 01 44 07 04 28 www.francisklein.com SHOPSTOP Fabrice Inedit Joaillier LeTéo&Blet Catherine Memmi SHOPSTOP DOT-DROPS® DOT-DROPS®isthebrandofchoiceforthe“happy few”ofelitetravellers.ThephilosophyoftheFrench manufacturer is to continuously strive to achieve harmony between design and functionality. DOTDROPS® creations are a solid marriage of colours, design and unexpected materials. Exclusive:youcancustomizeyoursuitcaseatthe boutiqueandmakeyourtravelexperienceunique! 8 rue des Canettes - Paris 6th Tel: 01 43 54 62 15 www.mydotdrops.com GAB&JO French multi-brand boutique Gab & Jo is a one- stop shop for accessories and fun home décor objects. The colourful boutique showcases the bestFrancehastoofferwitheveryitemcarefully selected by the owners. A perfect address if you arelookingfororiginalsouvenirs. 28 rue Jacob - Paris 6th Tel: 09 84 53 58 43 SHOPSTOP RUE DE L’ABBAYE
  • 26. 28 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 [ S H O P P I N G ] DAZZLING I JEWELLERY Fly Me to the Moon When Apollo 11 made its historic landing on the moon 45 years ago, Omega was part of the adventure. The Swiss brand is commemorating the event with the launch of the Omega Speedmaster Professional Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Limited Edition, celebrating its link to the iconic chronograph that took part in the landing. Enhanced with Omega’s trademarked Sedna gold hands, indexes and a matching bezel, the watch, which was presented at Baselworld this year, features a brown-coated nylon fabric strap inspired by the NATO straps of the timepieces that have been issued to military personnel since the 1950s. Its striking matt black ceramic ring has a tachymeter scale and its manual-winding chronograph movement is the same one that was worn on the moon. The timepiece has been produced in an edition limited to 1,969 pieces, a reference to the year of the moon landing. – P.V. 362-364 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 55 35 03 60 BOUCHERON The first of the great contemporary jewellers to open a boutique on the Place Vendôme, Boucheron has embodied excellence in jewellery, high jewellery and watch making for more than 150 years. Each collection draws from the history and the values of the Maison, celebrating a modern prowess that is constantly reinvented. Each watch and jewellery creation sublimates their exceptional stones with the precious material of which they are sculpted. Each creation captures light and crystallizes an emotion. 26 pl Vendôme (1st), 01.42.61.58.16. Mº Opéra CARTIER Famous for precious gems and triple-band gold rings. Collections include the romantically exquisite Love collection. 13 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.58.18.23.00. Mº Opéra DE BEERS Diamonds have mesmerised famous figures in history since the dawn of time. No one knows diamonds like South African specialist De Beers. Cut for beauty and crafted by artisans, De Beers offers an incredible choice of first-rate diamonds coveted by the greatest jewellery connoisseurs. De Beers at Printemps, Printemps du Luxe, 64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.49.43. Mº Havre Caumartin DE GRISOGONO In an entrancing Baroque atmosphere, discover the superbly set myriad stones, fine craftsmanship and black diamond jewellery that are the hallmarks of this luxury jeweller and watchmaker. The establishment releases a boutique collection and unique pieces each year and has recently launched a line of prestigious leather goods. 358 bis rue St-Honoré (1st), 01.44.55.04.40. Mº Tuileries HARRY WINSTON Rare, innovative and exceptional pieces are among the offerings from the legendary house of jewellery specialised in fine diamonds. Founded in New York in 1932, the house, synonymous with glamour, is the embodiment of high jewellery and high watch making. 6 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.47.20.03.09. M° Opéra MONTBLANC The timeless, elegant brand now has a superb flagship boutique in the heart of the luxury jewellery district. Unique pieces of prestige, limited editions, rare and precious jewellery and watches and the celebrated accessories can all be found here in this refined store that stretches out over two floors. 7 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.58.62.48.52. Mº Opéra PIAGET You find beautiful timepieces and superb jewellery here from the luxury Swiss brand that has been fashioning watches since 1874. The innovative jewellery collections include the colourful, beautifully sculpted cocktail- inspired rings featuring, for example, blue topaz or pink tourmaline. 16 place Vendôme (1st), 01.58.18.14.15. Mº Tuileries TIFFANY & CO The renowned jeweller has a three-story boutique with a tempting collection of classically simple jewellery and gift items. 6 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.40.20.20.20. Mº Madeleine WEMPE High-end German jeweller in business since 1878, is known for stylish watches and chronometers, but also carries a wide range of fine jewellery. 16 rue Royale (8th), 01.42.60.21.77. Mº Concorde WATCHES DIOR JOAILLERIE Dior’s haute joaillerie line is designed by Victoire de Castellane, who combines colourful stones and precious metals in surprising and playful ways. 8 pl Vendôme (1st), 01.42.96.30.84. Mº Madeleine FREYWILLE Fine enamel, gold and colourful, bold designs are the hallmarks of this Austrian house featuring fine jewellery, watches and writing instruments. The designs of the distinctive pieces are inspired by famous artists and historical art motifs. 167 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.42.60.47.47. Mº Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre Rings from Wempe
  • 27. www.wheretraveler.com 29 A D V E R T O R I A L TAILORED LUXURY BY EMANUEL BERG The world of the luxury shirt has found its home at 140 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré Working with William Figaret, the son of Alain Figaret, the founder of the French luxury shirt-maker, the house of Emanuel Berg aims to offer its clients the best expertise in shirt tailoring. In the spacious and elegantly designed new boutique both ladies and gentlemen will find a plethora of shirts to choose from, whether off-the-rack or bespoke, the perfect shirt awaits here. Clients can choose from a selection of 1000 different fabrics, 60 different collar styles and 35 different cuffs to create their bespoke shirt. Tailored from mostly Italian fabrics the shirts are put together in Europe and are delivered within a fortnight. The family-run fashion house also offers elegant accessories complementing the tailored shirts, including chic cufflinks, socks and beautiful headscarves for the ladies. Monograms in different fonts and colours can also be subtly embroidered into the shirts, adding an even more personalised touch to the shirts. With a large foreign clientele, Emanuel Berg understand the importance of impeccable service and with that in mind delivery of bespoke shirts can be organised anywhere in the world, bringing luxury service to your doorstep. 140 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (8th), 01 53 75 48 01 www.emanuelberg.com Emanuel Berg will offer Where readers a 20% discount on the total sale of 5 tailor-made shirts or more.
  • 28. 30 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] CRYSTALISED WRITING ACCESSORIES MORE I ACCESSORIES CESAIRE Sumptuous, luxurious handbags by designer Stéphanie Césaire. These couture bags, inspired and timeless are fashioned from the finest leathers by master craftsmen. www. stephaniecesaire.com. 6 rue Saint-Florentin (1st), 01.42.97.43.43. M° Concorde/Madeleine CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN Fabulous shoes with the coveted red sole, frequently seen adorning celebrity feet on the red carpet. The designer now designs shoes for men as well as a small collection of bags. 38 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01.42.22.33.07. M° Rue du Bac CORTO MOLTEDO Tucked within the beautiful arcades of Palais Royal is this boutique bursting with music and meticulously designed bags. Made from the finest of Italian leather, the stunning collection of evening and daytime bags tells the tale of rock and royalty. Jardins du Palais Royal, 146-148 Galerie de Valois (1st), 01.49.27.97.91. M° Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre CROCKETT & JONES A reference for more than 130 years among the amateurs of beautiful Goodyear-welted shoes, the English luxury brand for men perpetuates the artistic quality and custom-made service. 14 rue Chauveau-Lagarde (8th), 01.44.94.01.74. M° Madeleine LALIQUE This boutique sparkles with sculptural crystal vases, tableware, dramatic jewellery and accessories. 11 rue Royale (8th), 01.53.05.12.12. M° Madeleine ROBERT CLERGERIE Innovative and elegant ladies shoes, chic designs and French-made, with the talented Roland Mouret at the helm as Creative Director. 5 rue du Cherche Midi (6th), 01.45.48.75.47. M° Rennes SWAROVSKI Enter into the magical world of the specialist in cut crystal in every hue crafted into dreamy, extravagant jewellery and evening bags. Today the house is the world leader for precision cutting of crystals and precious stones. The house has historically collaborated with leading designers like Coco Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld and today works with both established and emerging artists. 146 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.45.61.13.80. M° George V WALTER STEIGER This family-owned luxury establishment crafts shoe collections for men and women. Innovation and high quality materials are hallmarks of the house, which also has a fine line of handbags. 83 Faubourg du Saint-Honoré (8th), 01.42.66.65.08. M° Miromesnil The romance of handwriting a letter comes alive with the limited edition Caran d’Ache Lalique pen collection. The collection features fountain and ball pens that combine the savoir-faire of the two luxury houses, one of crystals and the other of handwriting tools. The collection was created with precious elements, crystal, ceramic, gold and diamonds, and the result is a luxurious line of pens, almost seducing you to perfect your penmanship and giving you a luxurious need to have one of the crystal or diamond pens opulently sitting on your desk or in your pocket. The limited edition collection is available exclusively at Caran d’Ache and Lalique boutiques VINTAGE & DESIGN CHANEL - DIOR - LACROIX YSL - LANVIN L’IBIS ROUGE This beautiful and original boutique in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés offers a unique array of vintage couture fashion and jewellery. You will also find a fine selection of vintage alligator bags and contemporary jewellery pieces from French and foreign designers. 35 Blvd Raspail - Paris 7th M° Sevres Babylone Tel: 01 45 48 98 21 ibis-rouge@wanadoo.fr Tuesday to Saturday 12-7pm
  • 29. www.wheretraveler.com 31 PARIS FLEA MARKET Also known as the Puces de Saint-Ouen or Clignancourt from its location north of Montmartre, this is the city’s (some claim the world’s) largest and most famous flea market, offering everything from used books and leather jackets to precious antique jewellery and Louis XVI furniture, in a series of different markets. Don’t be put off by the rows of tacky stands under the overpass; the real Flea Market lies beyond them. Sat-Mon 9:30 am-6:30pm. www.parispuces.com 142 rue des Rosiers, St-Ouen (10-minute walk from Porte de Clignancourt) GABRIELLE GEPPERT This boutique carries the latest fashion trends as well as fine vintage pieces. The shop is filled with accessories, jewellery and designer clothes that are all selected with great care. www.gabriellegeppert.com Jardins du Palais Royal, 31 & 34 Galerie Montpensier (1st), 01.42.61.53.52. Mº Pyramides DIDIER LUDOT A remarkable selection of vintage clothing and accessories, including Chanel, Dior and Hermès. 20 & 24 galerie Montpensier (1st), Habitat 1964 L’espace Vintage 01.42.96.06.56; A second shop specialises in the little black dress, with modern reproductions of designer classics located at 125 galerie de Valois, Jardin du Palais Royal (1st), 01.40.15.01.04. M° Palais Royal HABITAT 1964 L’ESPACE VINTAGE Behind colourfully graffitied gates in the Puces de Saint-Ouen, you will find vintage pieces from Habitat’s past collection, adding a bit of pop to other previously loved pieces found around the market. 77 rue des Rosiers, Saint-Ouen 93400 LES BOUQUINISTES Aligning the banks of the River Seine are the bouquinistes, second-hand bookstalls where you can find previously loved books as well as rare magazine copies. VINTAGE
  • 30. 32 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 The recently opened Beaugrenelle centre is found in the heart of the city not too far from the Eiffel Tower, overlooking the Seine. Paris’s largest Marks & Spencer store is here along with all you favourite high street brands including Zara, H&M and Esprit. The centre also boasts a cinema complex, a nail bar and great restaurants and cafes including the chic Bermuda Onion, which serves contemporary cuisine and offers a stunning view of the Seine and the Statue of Liberty. And at street level, a few doors down from cosmetic haven, Sephora, is Eclectic, a contemporary Parisian brasserie with a beehive-inspired décor by British designer Tom Dixon. The menu here offers traditional French fare including foie gras and escargots as well as Croque Monsieur and the best salted caramel brioche French toast. Les 4 Temps, featuring over 230 boutiques, is one of the largest shopping centres in the city. Four floors, under a futuristic dome, boast fashion, beauty and toy stores for all your shopping needs. Comptoir des Cotonniers and Lancel are only a couple of the boutiques here as well as toy mecca, Toys ‘R’ Us, for your little ones. For the more athletic shoppers you will find Go Sport and M.A.C, Body Minute and Marionnaud will satisfy all your beauty needs. Les 4 Temps also features a cinema complex, restaurants and here everything is open on Sundays! The city’s congress centre is also host to a great shopping centre, Les Boutiques du Palais. Here you will find both high-end and high street brands to smartly mix and match. Boss, Escada and Tumi are only a few of the top names you will find along with French brands Gerard Darel and Zadig & Voltaire. The centre is open daily and also boasts a supermarket, restaurants and a cinema complex. Another centre worth seeing is So Ouest. Located on the outskirts of Paris in Levallois, So Ouest brings all your favourite French and international brands under the one roof, including Bel Air, Desigual and One Step. If you are looking for home décor items you will love Madura and Nature & Découvertes, where you will also find relaxing essential oils and great gift ideas for kids and if you are after statement-making accessories then you will love Swarovski’s crystal jewellery. The centre is also where you will find the Lego and La Grande Récré boutiques, which will without a doubt, bring a huge smile to the little ones’ faces. CHIC CENTRES Besides fabulous department stores, known the world over, Paris also offers great shopping centres. Grouping all your favourite brands under the one roof and offering restaurants and entertainment, these centres are also very ideal for families. ECLECTICPHOTO©THOMASDUVAL
  • 31. www.wheretraveler.com 33 Clockwise from top left: Beaugrenelle; Comptoir des Cotonniers at Les 4 Temps; Desigual jeans and One Step t-shirt at So Ouest; Gerard Darel at Les Boutiques du Palais; Eclectic at Beaugrenelle W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] ADDRESS BOOK BEAUGRENELLE 12 rue Linois (15th), 01 53 95 24 00 Boutiques are open Monday to Saturday Cinema and restaurants are open 7 days a week LES 4 TEMPS 15 parvis de la Défense, 92092 La Défense, 01 47 73 54 44 LES BOUTIQUES DU PALAIS 2 place de la Porte Maillot (17th), 01 40 68 10 00 SO OUEST 31 rue d’Alsace, 92300 Levallois, 01 41 06 40 00 Boutiques and restaurants in the centre are open Monday to Saturday
  • 32. 34 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 La Vallée Village BEAUGRENELLE This elegant and luminous shopping centre overlooking the Seine houses a fine selection of chic and elegant boutiques devoted to clothing, accessories and the home, along with food shops, restaurants and a cinema. This environmentally friendly complex has a green roof welcoming a bird refuge and beehives, green walls and a free shuttle boat links the centre with the Eiffel Tower. Mon-Sat 10am-9pm.Thurs until 10pm. Cinema and Restaurants: Mon-Sun 10am-midnight. 12 rue Linois (15th). M° Charles Michels BHV/MARAIS A department store known for its great homeware selection and appliances as well as a good selection of top brand names for women and children. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9:30am–7:30pm, Wed 9:30am–9pm, Sat 9:30am–8pm. BHV Homme–a shop exclusively dedicated to men (36 rue de la Verrerie). 14 rue du Temple (4th), 01.42.74.90.00. M° Hôtel de Ville LE BON MARCHE The oldest department store in Paris and the only one on the Rive Gauche. Extremely chic, with a great selection of ready-to-wear, household goods, cosmetics and lingerie, all under a lovely glass roof. And the entire basement floor is dedicated to men. Mon-Sat 10am–8pm, Thurs & Fri until 9pm. 24 rue de Sèvres (7th), 01.44.39.80.00. M° Sèvres-Babylone LE CARROUSEL DU LOUVRE Art, beauty, technology, leather goods and more are found under the famous inverted pyramid at the Louvre in the Carrousel du Louvre. A unique shopping venue, it brings together a collection of boutiques that are opened every day of the year. 10am–8pm, even on Sundays. 99 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.43.16.47.10. M° Palais Royal– Musée du Louvre GALERIES LAFAYETTE This elegant department store carries top brands including Chanel, Chloé and Gaultier. There’s a wonderful lingerie department, a new children’s concept store that takes up an entire floor, restaurants, wine bars and a tea room and the cosmetics and perfume section offers 260 different brands. Lafayette Homme–A separate building housing men’s fashion and accessories. Lafayette Maison – (Across the street) a home décor shop with sophisticated furnishings. Mon–Sat 9:30am–8:00pm, Thurs until 9 pm. 40 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.34.56. M° Chaussée d’Antin-La Fayette PRINTEMPS HAUSSMANN Printemps’ exquisite world of Luxury and Accessories, spread out over 3 floors, plays host to a splendid collection of luxury houses and the most sought-after labels. Printemps de l’Homme, the very first to dedicate an entire shop to men, houses six floors of menswear and a men’s salon. International Designers, an entire floor dedicated to trendy new designers, is home to prestigious fashion designers with the space created by fashion visionary Maria Luisa Poumaillou. Printemps de la Beauté features two floors of products and beauty supplies as well as a spa and beauty salon. La Scent Room is a unique concept that offers only exclusive luxury brands that you won’t find anywhere else. Printemps de la Mode is one floor entirely dedicated to shoes while Printemps de la Lingerie carries 80 labels–several exclusive to Printemps, including the cult London line Agent Provocateur. On the 6th and 7th floors of the Printemps Beauty/Home store are fashions for children. Mon–Sat 9:35am–8pm, Thurs until 8:45pm. 64 blvd Haussmann (9th), 01.42.82.50.00 M° Havre-Caumartin PRINTEMPS DU LOUVRE Discover the new Printemps celebrating luxury and French know-how in the heart of the Louvre Museum, showcasing the most prestigious accessories, beauty products, watches and jewellery brands. Open 7 days a week, 10am-8pm. Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.76.77.41.00. M° Palais-Royal – Musée du Louvre LA VALLEE VILLAGE A village-like shopping outlet on the city outskirts offering discounts of up to 60% on a hundred luxury labels including Armani, Burberry, Tumi and Ralph Lauren. Mon-Sun 10am-7pm. Shopping Express Shuttle bus departs from the centre of Paris twice a day at 9:30am and 12:30pm. 3 cours de la Garonne, 01.60.42.35.00. RER A4 to Val d’Europe (about 35min). DEPARTMENT STORES & SHOPPING CENTRES W H E R E PA R I S
  • 33. 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat 75001 Paris (enter at 19 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau or 2 rue du Bouloi) Tel. +33 01 40 39 01 51 - Fax: +33 01 40 39 01 19 www.angelacaputi.com ph.alessandrobencini.com
  • 34. 36 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] Nothing says luxurious comfort more than having a personal chauffeur accompany you on all your trips. Whether you’re on a whirlwind day full of appointments or simply shopping up a storm in the capital’s many fashionable neighbourhoods, having a car pick you up, drop you off and wait for you while you find that perfect outfit or while you sign that six-figure contract makes all the difference when running around the city. Trip’s Women offers the perfect service on these crazy days or even for less hectic ones when you just want to get to where you need to be with no hassle of finding a cab and having punctuality and comfort guaranteed. You can even call Trip’s Women for airport transfers and day trips if you want to just escape without the need to hop on a train. The service is friendly and the cars chic. You can organise your car by calling 07 61 15 95 74. LUXURY CAR SERVICE TOPPHOTO©2013THINKSTOCK-JAKUBPAVLINEC–HEMERA;BOTTOMPHOTO©2013THINKSTOCK-INSAGOSTUDIO–ISTOCK RENAISSANCE VINTAGE BOUTIQUE Clothing, accessories and jewellery 14 rue de Beaune, Paris 7th (Metro: Rue du Bac) www.renaissancevintageparis.com / renaissance75007@orange.fr Tel. 06 85 43 03 52 / 01 42 60 95 49 Vintage Chanel, Dior, Hermès, Balenciaga, YSL ...
  • 35. www.wheretraveler.com 37 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] SKINCARE FOR HIM 2 DROPS AWAY FROM LOOKING YOUNGER AWAY WITH MAKEUP Gentlemen, you can now activate your youth with Lancôme’s Génific HD Youth Activating Concentrate. Specifically formulated for men, the concentrate helps combat against daily aggressions caused by shaving by increasing protein production and improving cellular turnover. Used morning and night, the concentrate hydrates and softens the skin, and after 7 days pores are reduced in size, giving you that photoshopped smooth look. Available at Sephora French skincare brand Esthederm is famous for its fantastic range of tanning and sun care products, however, one of its best-kept beauty secrets is Osmoclean. The dual-phase eye make-up and lipstick remover is soft on your skin, magically removing all traces of make-up even the most of stubborn of eyeliners and long-lasting lipsticks, without being too harsh on your eye contours. Simply shake, dab on a cotton pad and apply to your eyelids and lips. The formula is even suited to contact lens wearers. Available at Le Bon Marché Pomothérapie’s Youth Intensifier is formulated to double your beauty efficiency to give you smoother-looking skin and a radiating glow. Simply mix 2 drops of the elixir with your day and night cream and watch as the anti-age and anti-wrinkle product works its magic. For a quicker boost apply 2 to 4 drops directly to your face without mixing with a cream, making this is a handy product while travelling, as it will help camouflage signs of fatigue from jetlag. Available at Parashop boutiques including 20 ave de l’Opéra (1st), 01 42 96 21 23 POLISH POP BEAUTY BUZZ SEPHORA Perfumes, cosmetics, beauty products, you might wind up spending the day here in this fabulous store filled not only with goods but plenty of services, too. You can have your nails, eyebrows and hair done, and then try out samples galore. 70-72 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.53.93.22.50. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt MARIONNAUD PARIS A fine selection of perfumes and cosmetics for men, women and children are the hallmarks of this glorious beauty haven. Gift sets, travel articles, make-up as well as exclusive products are among the great finds in this boutique where you can also get your make-up done during your beautifying shopping spree. 104 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.53.96.50.00. M° George V ONE-STOP SHOP BEAUTY HAVENS This season it is all about bright colours and now you can match your nail polish to yourcolourfuloutfitwithMarionnaud’slatestpolishcollection.Ifyou’reaclassicgirl youwilllovetheVichyRosebutifyouarealittlebitdaringthenHappyBlueisforyou. Available at Marionnaud
  • 36. 38 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] FAB FIVE SPAS CLARINS BOUTIQUE INSTITUT A revolutionary approach that takes you back in time. There are no machines in this spa. The Clarins formula relies on the use of plants and on the talented hands of their trained professionals. 10 rue de Babylone (7th), 01.45.44.06.19. Mº Sèvres-Babylone SIX SENSES Enter this sanctuary to well-being doted with stunning architecture featuring the elements and an interior vertical garden. The spas cocoon rooms offer an extensive treatment menu SPAS including half-day sensory journeys and Asian- based rejuvenating treatments. 3 rue de Castiglione (1st), 01.43.16.10.10. Mº Tuileries SPA CINQ MONDES This spacious spa tucked away in a quiet courtyard offers an array of face and body treatments inspired by many cultures, including an Ayurvedic Indian massage, a revitalising Taoist massage and a Shiatsu massage. 6 sq de l’Opéra-Louis-Jouvet (9th), 01.42.66.00.60. Mº Opéra SPA L’OCCITANE A natural beauty spa where you can resource yourself in the heart of Paris through a host of face, hair and body treatments using L’Occitane’s grand herbarium of hundreds of essential oils and natural ingredients. 47 rue de Sèvres (6th), 01.42.22.88.62. Mº Sèvres-Babylone WELEDA This emblematic French firm uses natural and organic ingredients in the preparation of its line of cosmetics and beauty treatments. The house’s natural beauty treatment oils, including rose, wheat germ and almond oils, are hallmarks of the brand. The spa, the Espace Weleda, offers a full line of face and body treatments using the house’s products. 10 ave Franklin D. Roosevelt (8th), 01.53.96.06.15. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • 37. www.wheretraveler.com 39 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] MANDARIN ORIENTAL SPA The Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s spa treatments combine physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, to help you achieve the highest level of relaxation possible. Each suite-like cabin here is equipped with a steam room, shower and of course a massage table. The treatments menu ranges from facials, which uses the French touch of Guerlain products, to full body massages. The spa also offers three signature treatments including the two hour and twenty minute Mandarin Oriental Signature Spa Therapies that starts out with a questionnaire about your skin, body and any problems, emotionally or physically, you may have to best determine the ritual best suited to you as well as aide the therapist to know whether it is your yin or yang that needs more attention. Once done a green tea-based body scrub waits for you in the steam room. Then your signature massage begins. A foot bath and massage prepares your senses for a relaxing voyage before your back, arms and legs, with enough pressure, are delicately kneaded, after which the focus is turned to your face and scalp with a magical head massage. The fabulous treatment ends with a pastry made by chef Thierry Marx, sweetly preparing you to re-enter the outside world after having been wrapped inside a relaxing cocoon. 251 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 70 98 73 35 C o n t e m p o r a r y A s i a n S p a B A N T H A I S P A P A R I S O P E N D A I LY 1 1 A M T O 9 P M Thaï Massage Oil Massage Foot Massage Massage for 2 Hammam Body Scrub Near Louvre Museum 5, rue Mandar - 75002 Paris + 33 1 40 28 00 80 M° Etienne Marcel (line 4) www.massage-thai-paris.fr The Art of Thaï Massage
  • 38. WELCOME DESK - TOURIST TAX REFUND FASHION SHOWS PRIVILEGED WELCOME & VIP SERVICE GOURMET STORE & RESTAURANTS BUREAU D’ACCUEIL - DÉTAXE DÉFILÉS DE MODE ACCUEIL PRIVILÉGIÉ & SERVICE VIP ALIMENTATION DE LUXE & RESTAURANTS 40, BD HAUSSMANN 75009 PARIS MÉTRO : CHAUSSÉE D’ANTIN-LA FAYETTE Open Monday through Saturday from 9.30 AM to 8 PM Late opening every Thursday until 9 PM Ouvert de 9h30 à 20h du lundi au samedi Nocturne jusqu’à 21h le jeudi Tél : +33 (0)1 42 82 36 40 haussmann.galerieslafayette.com/en/ *Le grand magasin capitale de la mode JEAN-PAULGOUDEPOURAUBERTSTORCH.GLH572062594RCSPARIS.
  • 39. 42 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] Bring a touch of art to the kitchen table with this painter’s palette cheeseboard complete with a paintbrush knife. From Astier de Villatte’s Setsuko collection, this colourful set is a fabulous gift for anyone who loves entertaining and who loves indulging in French cheese. 173 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01 42 60 74 13 Carré d’Artistes recently opened their 5th gallery in Paris in the 12th arrondissement in Bercy Village. The gallery showcases contemporary art and is where you will find original and one-off pieces that you will not find anywhere else. The selection of artwork varies in size and price, making it possible to find a painting no matter your budget. A great address if you are looking for original art to give your home a new look. The gallery is open daily from 11am to 9pm. Bercy Village 47 cour Saint-Emilion (12th), 01 43 43 72 70 Guy Degrenne’s Illusions collection of fine porcelain cups and mugs change colour once you pour your drink in them. Watch as your purple cup slowly changes to pink when you pour your hot coffee or see your azure bleu cup miraculously turn to white when you pour your tea. This chameleon collection is a fun way to add colour to your coffee break and will definitely delight the kids. 26 rue Boissy d’Anglas (8th), 01 40 06 01 93 BACCARAT The renowned crystal maker has a lovely Philippe Starck-designed boutique, museum and restaurant in a vast private mansion. Besides fine glassware, you will also find crystal jewellery and exquisite accessories. 11 pl des États-Unis (16th), 01.40.22.11.22. M° Boissière CHRISTOFLE This silversmith, founded in 1830, is known for top quality sterling and plate. The house’s art and craft magic is worked into the table arts, jewellery and an array of delightful items that make perfect gifts. www.christofle.com. 9 rue Royale (8th), 01.55.27.99.13. M° Concorde DIPTYQUE The ultimate shop for perfumed candles. The line of 54 scents includes Muguet (lily of the valley), Feu de Bois (wood fire) and Figuier (fig tree). www.diptyqueparis.fr 34 blvd St-Germain (5th), 01.43.26.77.44. M° Maubert Mutualité FLEUX Superbly original, decorative items can be found here ranging from small pieces of furniture to lights, rugs, objects, tableware and fashionable accessories for the home. Elegant and eclectic, the store also offers expert interior decorating advice. www.fleux.com 39 rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie (4th), 01.42.78.27.20. M° Rambuteau HAVILAND Limoges china in many different styles, from French classical to contemporary is available here. More modern settings include the silvery Clair de Lune and the brilliant gold- banded Tambour. www.haviland.fr 6 rue Royale (8th), 01.40.06.91.08. M° Madeleine MAISONS DU MONDE Everything for the home is to be found here from furnishings to fabrics, mirrors to decorative objects. www.maisonsdumonde.com. 32 rue du Fbg St. Antoine (12th), 01.53.33.83.07. M° Bastille HOME DECOR BOUTIQUES Christofle teapot from the Silver Time collection CONTEMPORARY SHOPPING KITCHEN ART IT’S MAGIC
  • 40. [ S H O P P I N G ] ADVERTORIAL SHOPPING TIME BYEBUY Luxury showroom specialised in leading French luxury goods brands: Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Goyard, Cartier, Yves Saint Laurent. Showroom for men and women. The space can be privatized. Discretion guaranteed. 4 rue des Gravilliers, Paris 3rd M° Arts et Métiers Tel: 06 63 13 06 30 www.byebuy.fr DURANCE For Durance, Provence is both a heritage and an inspiration. We compose a well-being universe of indoor fragrances, natural cosmetics and elegant perfumes. Our wide range of refined fragrances are elaborated by our master perfume-makers in Grasse. Durance Paris IX 24 rue Vignon, Paris 9th / Tel: +33 (0)1 47 42 04 10 Durance Paris VI 8 rue de Sèvres, Paris 6th / Tel: +33 (0)1 45 44 08 74 www.durance.fr TEN CLOTHES On a typical street in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood is found this exclusive boutique for babies and children. Joyful and colourful fashion, featuring fabrics of fine quality, contemporary clothing, thought out and elaborated for the wellbeing of your young ones. Get 10% on your next purchase when you present this page. TIKIBOU TOY STORES The oldest toy store in Paris where you can find an incredible selection of antique favourites including Tintin, model cars, music boxes and more. There is a wonderful and fun selection for young and old alike. Tuesday-Saturday 10am-7:30pm 20 ave de Trudaine, Paris 9th 33 blvd Edgar Quinet, Paris 14th 20 ave Félix Faure, Paris 15th www.tikibou.fr 2 rue du Sabot, Paris 6th (M° St Germain des Prés) Tel: 01 42 22 16 60 www.tenclothes.com www.wheretraveler.com 43
  • 41. 44 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S [ S H O P P I N G ] LE CHOCOLATE BAR WINE TASTINGS When visiting France, French wine is one of the first things frequently tasted and appreciated. The Caves Bernard Magrez wine cellar boutique is a chic address where you will find an impressive selection of rare wines and exceptional millesimes including the Grands Crus Château Pape Clément, making it a great spot to visit while in the French capital for wine amateurs. You will undoubtedly enjoy the tastings organised here by the house sommelier as well as appreciate the attentive service and advice offered when looking for a great bottle of wine. Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 7.30pm 43rue Saint Augustin (2nd), 01 49 24 03 11 A favourite spot to break up a day of sightseeing around the Opera district and shopping at the nearby department store is the Lindt chocolate flagship store. The store offers an abundance of chocolate, though it is the Chocolate Bar tearoom in the back that makes this store a fabulously sweet find. Here you can sample chocolate-based desserts, ice-cream and decadent hot or ice chocolate. Of course you can also buy all your favourite Lindt chocolate on your way out. Continuous service Monday to Saturday, 10am to 8pm 11bis rue Scribe (9th), 01 43 12 32 40 He is famous for his classic caramel religieuse pastry at the Plaza Athénée Hotel but now pastry chef Christophe Michalak shows his more playful personality with his quirky chocolate blocks. At his Michalak TakeAway store you will find video and cassette tape-shaped chocolate blocks and even a multiple electrical outlet-shaped chocolate bar. Tuesday to Saturday, 12-7pm 60 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière (10th) FAB FOOD MICHALAK CHOCOLATE LINDTBOUTIQUEPHOTO©STUDIOPIXELSETPAPILLON
  • 42. www.wheretraveler.com 45 FOOD I STOP FAUCHON A celebrated food emporium with an excellent selection of wines, along with foie gras, caviar, exotic fruit, chocolates, teas and spices. Also offers top-notch take-out meals. 26 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.70.39.38.00. Two doors down at Number 30 find Le Café and Le Comptoir with a fabulous wine cellar, a great cheese plate, and the most delicious caramel éclairs. Amazing gift baskets make for a perfect offering for all foodies. M° Madeleine JEANCHARLES ROCHOUX BOUTIQUE Beautifully sculpted, melt in your mouth chocolates are to be found in this aromatic shop. The chocolate-maker carefully selects his ingredients and cooks his chocolates the old- fashioned way, in copper pots. Try his classic praline or caramel mousse-filled chocolate. 16 rue d’Assas (6th), 01.42.84.29.45. M° Rennes JEANPAUL HEVIN One of the city’s best chocolatiers, with a luscious selection of first-rate chocolates, delicious caramels and fruit-and-nut- decorated mendiants. A tearoom offers lunch and afternoon treats. 231 rue Saint-Honoré (1st), 01.55.35.35.96. M° Tuileries LADUREE A wonderfully old-fashioned pastry shop and tearoom famous for its macarons, crispy confections with soft centres that come in classic flavours as well as seasonal specialties. 75 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.40.75.08.75. M° George V LA PATISSERIE CYRIL LIGNAC Talented Michelin-starred chef Cyril Lignac’s pastry shop in the sophisticated 16th arrondissement is where you will find his famous salted caramel éclair. 2 rue de Chaillot (16th), 01.43.48.19.50. M° Iéna LA MAISON DU CHOCOLAT High-end chocolates made with some of the world’s finest cocoa. Several locations, including 120 ave Victor Hugo (16th), 01.40.67.77.83. M° Victor Hugo and 19 rue de Sèvres (6th), 01.45.44.20.40. M° Sèvres-Babylone PIERRE HERME Fourth-generation pâtissier Pierre Hermé delivers delicious pastries and chocolates, and his very famous macarons, with flavours such as chocolate caramel. 72 rue Bonaparte (6th), 01.43.54.47.77. M° St-Sulpice OWNER OF CHÂTEAU PAPE CLÉMENT 40 exceptional vineyards to taste in the heart of Paris, including 4 grands crus classés Bordeaux : 43 rue Saint-Augustin, Paris 2nd / Tel: +33 (0)1 49 24 03 11 Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7.30pm www.bernard-magrez.com
  • 43. [ A D D R E S S B O O K ] SHOPPINGLUXURY SER VICE AT YOUR FINGER TIPS ACCESSORIES COULEURS&CACHEMIRE-11ruedeBéarn (3rd ),09.51.59.43.21.MºCheminVert/St-Paul DURETPARIS -14aveGeorgeV(8th ), 01.47.20.53.56.MºGeorgeV JB GUANTI- 59 rue de Rennes (6th ), 01.45.48.65.50. Mº Saint Sulpice/Mabillon LECARRÉD’ENCRE-13bisruedesMathurins (9th ),01.53.05.81.61.M°Havre-Caumartin MISTERCHRONO - 23 rue Danielle Casanova (1st ), 09.53.42.04.64. Mº Opéra MONTBLANC- 152 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.44.20.07.70. Mº George V SWAROVSKI - 32 place de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.42.65.28.10. Mº Madeleine S.T. DUPONT - 58 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.45.61.08.39. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt VERTU - 18 rue Royale (8th ),01.42.86.56.66. Mº Madeleine BEAUTY SPA & PRODUCTS L’ARTISAN PARFUMEUR - 2 rue de l’Amiral- Coligny (1st ), 01.44.88.27.50. Mº Pont Neuf BAN THAI SPA- 20 rue Dauphine (6th ), 01.43.54.01.01. Mº Odéon ESPACE WELEDA - 10 ave Franklin D. Roosevelt (8th ), 01.53.96.06.15. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt GUERLAIN - 68 ave des Champs-Élysées (8th ), 01.45.62.52.57. Mº George V LANCÔME - 29 rue du Fbg-St-Honoré (8th ), 01.42.65.30.74. Mº Madeleine LES COMPTOIRS DE DURANCE- 24 rue Vignon (9th ), 01.47.42.04.10. Mº Madeleine L’OCCITANE -55rueSt-LouisenL’Ile(4th ), 01.40.46.81.71.MºPontMarie M.A.C. - 76 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.53.76.05.99. M° George V MAKE UP FOR EVER - 5 rue des Francs- Bourgeois (4th ), 01.42.71.23.19. M° St-Paul MARIONNAUD PARIS - 104 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.53.96.50.00. M° George V SALON CHISTOPHE ROBIN - Hotel Meurice, 228 rue de Rivoli (1st ), 01.40.20.02.83. M° Tuileries SALON JOHN NOLLET - Hotel Park Hyatt, 5 rue de la Paix (2nd ), 01.55.80.71.50. M° Opéra SEPHORA-70-72avedesChamps-Elysées(8th ), 01.53.93.22.50.MºFranklinD.Roosevelt CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & TOYS BOITESAMUSIQUEANNAJOLIET -9ruede Beaujolais(1st ),01.42.96.55.13.MºPyramides BONPOINT - 6 rue de Tournon (6th ), 01.40.51.98.20. Mº Mabillon CATIMINI - 15 rue Tronchet (8th ), 01.44.71.06.23. Mº Madeleine JACADI - 17 rue Tronchet (8th ), 01.42.65.84.98. Mº Madeleine JOUÉ CLUB- 3-5 boulevard des Italiens (2nd ), 01.53.45.41.41. Mº Tuileries MIKI HOUSE - 366 rue St-Honoré (1st ), 01.40.20.90.98. Mº Tuileries TIKIBOUTOY STORE - 33 blvd Edgar Quinet (14th ), 01.43.20.98.79. Mº Edgar Quinet TEN CLOTHES - 2-4 rue du Sabot (6th ), 01.42.22.16.60. M° St Sulpice CLOTHING: MEN & WOMEN ANNE FONTAINE- 17 rue François 1er (8th ), 01.40.73.78.01. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt BANANA REPUBLIC- 22 ave des Champs- Elysées (8th ), 01.53.89.03.92. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt BCBGMAXAZRIA-14 blvd de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.43.12.55.20. Mº Madeleine BERETTA GALLERY- 57 rue Pierre Charron (8th ), 01.56.88.59.59. Mº George V CAPELSTORE - 26 blvd Malesherbes (8th ), 01.42.66.34.21. Mº Madeleine CERRUTI1881 - 27 rue Royale (8th ), 01.53.30.18.72. Mº Madeleine CHANEL - 31 rue Cambon (1st ), 01.44.50.66.00. Mº Concorde CORNELIANI - 23 rue du Fbg St.Honoré (8th ), 01.42.66.69.30. Mº Concorde DE FURSAC- 146 blvd St-Germain (6th ), 01.43.25.40.66. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés DIOR - 30 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.40.73.73.73. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt DSQUARED2 - 247-251 rue Saint-Honoré (1st ), 01.71.93.60.00. Mº Concorde EMANUEL BERG- 140 rue du Fbg Saint- Honoré (8th ), 01.53.75.48.01. Mº Saint- Philippe-du-Roule HERVÉ LEGER- 24 rue Cambon (1st ), 01.42.60.02.00. Mº Madeleine IBLUES- 16 rue de Passy (16th ), 01.42.88.68.67. Mº Passy IKKS- 27 blvd des Capucines (2th ), 01.40.20.99.73. Mº Pont Neuf JEAN PAUL GAULTIER - 44 ave George V (8th ), 01.44.43.00.44. Mº George V KARL LAGERFELD- 194 blvd Saint-Germain (7th ), 01.42.22.74.99. Mº Rue du Bac KAPRA HISKA - 43 rue de Turenne (3rd ), 01.42.76.06.47. Mº Chemin Vert LADY R FORREST - 9 rue Royale (8th ), 01.42.65.25.46. Mº Concorde LANVIN- 22 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.44.71.31.73. Mº Concorde LES DANDYS - 23 rue Pasquier (8th ), 01.40.07.05.52. Mº Saint-Augustin LEVI’S STORE- 76 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ) , 01.53.53.05.70. Mº Georges V MARELLA- 18 place de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.53.30.73.13. Mº Madeleine MARINA RINALDI - 20 rue Royale (8th ), 01.42.86.10.90. Mº Madeleine TALBOT RUNHOF - 14 rue d’Alger (1st ), 01.55.04.85.50. Mº Tuileries ZILLI - 48 rue François 1er (8th ), 01.53.23.90.96. Mº George V EYE WEAR ALAIN MIKLI- 74 rue des Saints-Pères (7th ), 01.45.49.40.00. M° Sèvres-Babylone FRANCIS KLEIN- 30 rue Bonaparte (6th ), 01.44.07.04.28. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés GRANDOPTICAL - 138 ave des Champs- Elysées (8th ), 01.40.76.00.13. Mº George V FABRICS: COUTURE JANSSENS & JANSSENS - 3 rue d’Anjou (8th ), 01.42.65.04.00. Mº Concorde FOOD & WINE CAVEBERNARDMAGREZ -43rueSt.Augustin (2nd ), 01.49.24.03.11. Mº Quatre-Septembre CAVIAR PETROSSIAN - 8 blvd de la Tour- Maubourg (7th ), 01.44.11.32.32. Mº La Tour- Maubourg DEBAUVE&GALLAIS- 30 rue des Saints- Pères (7th ), 01.45.48.54.67. Mº St-Germain- des-Prés FAUCHON - 26 place de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.70.39.38.00. Mº Madeleine HEDIARD - 21 place de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.43.12.88.88. Mº Madeleine KUSMITEA - 71 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.45.63.08.08. Mº George V LADURÉE - 75 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.40.75.08.75. Mº George V MARIAGE FRÈRES - 30 rue du Bourg-Tibourg (4th ), 01.42.72.28.11. Mº Hôtel de Ville PIERRE HERMÉ - 72 rue Bonaparte (6th ), 01.43.54.47.77. Mº St-Sulpice WINE BY ONE - 9 rue des Capucines (1st ), 01.42.60.85.76. Mº Opéra HOME DECOR ATELIERSD’ARTDEFRANCEBOUTIQUE TALENTS-26aveNiel(17th ),01.44.40.22.80. Mº Pereire/Ternes BACCARAT - 11 place des États-Unis (16th ), 01.40.22.11.22. Mº Boissière BERNARDAUD - 11 rue Royale (8th ), 01.47.42.82.66. Mº Madeleine CHRISTOFLE - 9 rue Royale (8th ), 01.55.27.99.13. Mº Concorde LALIQUE - 11 rue Royale (8th ), 01.53.05.12.12. Mº Madeleine 46 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 44. For more shopping destinations , go to wheretraveler.com/paris SILVERA - 56-58 ave Kléber (16th ), 01.53.65.78.78. Mº Kléber ZWILLING - 12 blvd de la Madeleine (9th ), 01.42.68.88.00. Mº Madeleine JEWELLERY & WATCHES A.LANGE&SÖHNE - 19 rue de la Paix (9th ), 01.42.65.68.71. Mº Opéra ANGELA CAPUTI GIUGGIU - 15 Galerie Véro-Dodat (1st ), 01.40.39.01.51. Mº Louvre-Rivoli ARIJE - 3 rue de Castiglione (1st ), 01.42.60.37.77. Mº Tuileries BOUCHERON-26placeVendôme(1st ), 01.42.61.58.16.Mº Opéra BUCHERER-12blvddesCapucines(9th ), 01.70.99.18.88.MºOpéra BVLGARI-25placeVendôme(1st ), 01.55.35.00.50.MºPyramides CARTIER-23placeVendôme(1st ), 01.44.53.32.20.MºOpéra CHOPARD-1placeVendôme(1st ), 01.55.35.20.10.MºOpéra DODOBYPOMELLATO-350rueSt-Honoré (1st ),01.42.60.31.55.MºTuileries F.P.JOURNE - 63 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.42.68.08.00. Mº Champs-Elysées Clemenceau HUBLOT-10 placeVendôme(1st ), 01.42.86.67.86.Mº Opéra INEDITJOAILLIER-14ruedel’Abbaye(6th ), 01.56.24.13.85.MºSt-Germain-des-Prés GUCCI WATCHES - Printemps Haussmann (1st floor), 64 bd Haussmann (9th ), 01.42.82.78.74, Mº Havre-Caumartin OMEGA - 362/364 rue Saint-Honoré (2nd ), 01.55.35.03.60. Mº Concorde PATEK PHILIPPE - 10 place Vendôme (1st ), 01.42.44.17.77. Mº Tuileries PIAGET - 16 place Vendôme (1st ), 01.58.18.14.15. Mº Tuileries TIFFANY&CO. - 6 rue de la Paix (2nd ), 01.40.20.20 20. Mº Opéra TISSOT BOUTIQUE - 76 ave des Champs- Elysées (8th ), 01.42.56.18.53. Mº George V VAN CLEEF&ARPELS - 22 place Vendôme (1st ), 01.55.04.11.11. Mº Opéra VHERNIER - 63 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré (8th ), 01.40.17.93.15. Mº Miromesnil WEMPE - 16 rue Royale (8th ), 01.42.60.21.77. Mº Concorde LUGGAGE AND BAGS CESAIRE 6 rue Saint-Florentin (1st ), 01.42.97.43.43. Mº Concorde/Madeleine COACH (available at Printemps): 64 blvd Haussmann (9th ), 01.42.82.46.35. Mº Havre-Caumartin DOTDROPS - 8 rue des Canettes (6th ), 01.43.54.62.15. Mº Mabillon HEDGREN-49rueCambon(1st ), 01.42.36.36.97.Mº Madeleine HERMÈS- 24 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.40.17.47.17. Mº Concorde KIPLING – 4 rue de Sèvres (6th ), 01.45.44.77.67. Mº Sèvres-Babylone LANCEL - 127 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.56.89.15.70. Mº George V LONGCHAMP - 404 rue St-Honoré (1st ), 01.43.16.00.16. Mº Concorde LOUISVUITTON- 101avedesChamps-Élysées (8th ),01.53.57.52.00.MºGeorgeV PINEL&PINEL - 22 rue Royale (8th ), 01.42.60.58.39. Mº Madeleine PRADA - 10 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.53.23.99.40. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt TEXIER- 127 blvd St-Germain (6th ), 01.42.97.59.34. Mº Mabillon/ St-Germain-des-Prés TUMI - 245 rue St Honoré (1st ), 01.45.79.70.30. Mº Concorde MULTI-BRAND BOUTIQUES BY MARIE- 8 ave George V (8th ), 01.53.23.88.00. Mº George V CITADIUM- 56 rue de Caumartin (9th ), 01.55.31.74.00. Mº Havre-Caumartin COLETTE- 213 rue St-Honoré (1st ), 01.55.35.33.90. Mº Tuileries GAB&JO- 28 rue Jacob (6th ), 09.84.53.58.43. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés L’ECLAIREUR - 26 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.45.62.12.32. Mº George V MERCI - 111 blvd Beaumarchais (3th ), 01.42.77.00.33. Mº Saint Sébastien-Froissard MONTAIGNEMARKET- 57 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.42.56.58.58. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt SHOES ANN TUIL - 63 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.42.25.67.31. Mº George V A.TESTONI - 15 rue Royale (8th ), 01.44.60.09.90. Mº Concorde BERLUTI - 26 rue Marbeuf (8th ), 01.53.93.97.97.Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt CHRISTIANLOUBOUTIN - 68 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.42.68.37.65. Mº Madeleine CROCKETT & JONES – 14 rue Chauveau- Lagarde (8th ), 01.44.94.01.74. Mº Madeleine DERVILLE– Passage des 2 Pavillons (1st ), 01.42.96.82.27. Mº Pyramides JIMMYCHOO –34 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.47.23.03.39. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt J.M.WESTON – 114 ave des Champs-Elysées (8th ), 01.45.62.26.47. Mº George V MEPHISTO SHOP - 12 ave de l’Opéra (1st ), 01.40.15.00.50. Mº Pyramides PARABOOT - 304 rue St Honoré (1st ), 01.44.50.52.67. Mº Tuileries REPETTO - 22 rue de la Paix (2nd ), 01.44.71.83.12. Mº Opéra TOD’S - 21 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.53.43.16.16. Mº Concorde VINTAGE BYEBUY - 4 rue des Gravilliers (3th ), 06.63.13.06.30. Mº Arts et Métiers DÉPÔTVENTE DU17ÈME - 109 rue de Courcelles,75017,09.81.82.00.66.MºSaint-Paul DIDIERLUDOT-20&24GaleriedeMontpensier (1st ), 01.42.96.06.56. Mº Pyramides DRESSCODE - 62 ave Théophile Gautier (16th ), 01.45.25.00.00. Mº Eglise d’Auteuil L’IBIS ROUGE - 35 blvd Raspail (7th ), 01.45.48.98.21. Mº Sèvres-Babylone RENAISSANCE- 14 rue de Beaune (7th ), 06.85.43.03.52. Mº rue du Bac LALIQUE 11 rue Royale (8th ) Mº Madeleine www.lalique.com VERTU 18 rue Royale (8th ) Mº Madeleine www.vertu.com SILVERA 56-58 ave Kléber (16th ) Mº Kléber www.silvera.fr WEMPE 16 rue Royale (8th ) Mº Concorde www.wempe.com ©PhilippeHugonnard www.wheretraveler.com 47
  • 45. 48 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S HENRIGERVEX(PARIS,1852–PARIS,1929)UNESOIRÉEAUPRÉ-CATELAN,1909©PARIS,MUSÉECARNAVALET/ROGER-VIOLLET ARTS & ATTRACTIONS SWINGING INTO THE 20th CENTURY An elegant Parisian crosses the Place de la Concorde, with a nicely wrapped box in hand while strollers linger over the Pont Alexandre III, with the Invalides looming in the background and style-setters mix and mingle at a gala soirée at the Pré Catelan. Scenes that could emerge out of Paris of today, but they are of a Paris of yesterday, precisely in and around the year 1900 when Paris was regarded by the entire world as the city of luxury and the art of living. In an exhibition entitled Paris 1900, La Ville Spectacle, the enticing world of the French capital unfolds in all of its Belle Epoque splendour while it welcomed the Universal Exhibition of 1900, which inaugurated with great fanfare the 20th century. Some 600 works, paintings, costumes, posters, photographs, furniture and jewellery, including paintings by Toulouse-Lautrec and objects by Lalique, plunge the visitor into the exciting, elegant world of Paris circa 1900. The show is being held in the Petit Palais, a perfect venue for the structure is an architectural gem of the year 1900. – Patricia Valicenti Avenue Winston Churchill (8th), 01 53 43 40 00
  • 46. www.wheretraveler.com 49 [ A R T S & AT T R A C T I O N S ] SUELYONLOSANGELES1962PHOTO©WILLYRIZZO;SLEEPINGCAROFTHEORIENTEXPRESSPHOTO©JEAN-JACQUESD’ANGELO;HENRIMICHAUX,ENCREDECHINE,1959,PRESENTEDATTHEGALERIEBERTHET-AITTOUARÈS PHOTO©BERTRANDHUGUES Throughout the month of June the galleries in this Left Bank neighbourhood historically home to the arts, culture and artists celebrate creativity in a host of mediums. For the Juin d’Art Saint-Germain event, galleries are creating special exhibitions of their finest works to present to the public. Three specialities are in the spotlight this year: contemporary and modern art, archaeology and tribal art along with the decorative arts and design. This year’s theme is Sound Investment and each gallery will present what it considers to be a sound investment, be it an artist, a period, a movement, en ethnic group or simply an object or a specialty. Galleries are located between the rue Saint-Benoît, the quai de Conti and the rue Dauphine. A map is supplied by participating galleries, identified by the event’s logo on or hanging from the facade. – P.V. www.artsaintgermaindespres.com “My objective was Hollywood, its stars, its producers, its Studios, everything that made me dream since I was a child,”Willy Rizzo once explained. And so in an exhibition fittingly entitled“I’ve returned from Hollywood”, the Studio Willy Rizzo is presenting portraits and pictures of the elite of Hollywood and of the American movie business photographed by the celebrated photographer. There is Sue Lyon in heart-shaped sunglasses in 1962 looking very much the Lolita of the film that made her a star. The great Hollywood producer Jack Warner, as in the Warner, enjoying a cigar in his living room, complete with a giant screen, in Beverly Hills in 1959. And there is Sean Penn in Hollywood in 1994, and as described by Rizzo,“An insolent air, the aggressive cigarette, the torn jeans, the Sean that I prefer.”– P.V. 12 rue de Verneuil (7th), 01 42 86 07 31 HOLLY WOOD BOULEVARD ALL ABOUT ART On Board the Orient The great masters like René Lalique decorated its wagons. Marlene Dietrich, Lawrence of Arabia and Mata Hari were among its illustrious passengers, and it was immortalised in the works of Agatha Christie and Ian Fleming. In an exhibition entitled Once Upon a Time, The Orient Express, the Institut du Monde Arabe is paying tribute to the iconic, luxurious and mythical train. It is a train that crossed frontiers and would enable travellers to discover another continent. To begin their voyage into another time, visitors to the show actually board three vintage wagons and the dining car, which are set up in the entrance courtyard along with the locomotive. The exhibition then moves into more traditional space on two floors of the Institute where posters, menus, tableware, objects, luggage and furnishings display the fabulous luxury of the great adventure of the Orient Express. – P.V. 1 rue des Fossés-Saint-Bernard (5th), 01 40 51 38 38
  • 47. 50 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 modern and contemporary artists. There is also a superb bookstore carrying art books, fine art posters and lithographs. Mon 10am-6pm. Tues-Sat 9:30am-7pm. www.maeght.com 42 rue du Bac (7th), 01.45.48.45.15. M° Rue du Bac GALERIE MALINGUE This prestigious gallery has been welcoming discerning art collectors for over three decades. With three lofty exhibition rooms, it proffers a journey into the Modern Art adventure. Renoir, Cézanne, Picasso, Dali, Miró are all found in this fine and sublime house of art. Tues-Fri 10:30am-12:30pm & 2:30pm-6:30pm, Mon (and Sat only during exhibitions) 2:30pm- W H E R E PA R I S [ A R T S & AT T R A C T I O N S ] GUSTAVECAILLEBOTTEPÉRISSOIRESSURL’YERRES1877NATIONALGALLERYOFART,WASHINGTON;THEGALERIEDANIELTEMPLONPHOTO©GALERIEDANIELTEMPLON,PARISETBRUXELLES GALLERIES Galerie Daniel Templon INTO IMPRESSIONISMSleepy summer days of straw hats, parasols and rippling light reflected in clear blue and green waters come to life on the canvases of Gustave Caillebotte. The town of Yerres, 20 minutes from Paris, is the setting for a fine exhibition of Impressionist paintings with some 40 masterpieces by Caillebotte being shown in a landmark exhibition devoted to this French artist. The works are being displayed for the first time in the artist’s former estate where some of them were painted. Gustave Caillebotte was 12-years-old when his family set up their summer residence in this wooded region south of Paris. From 1875 to 1879 the artist would paint some of his leading works in this property with its large manor house, a spacious park stretched out along the river and a market garden. The small bucolic river, the Yerres, figures prominently in his works, which are peopled with bathers, fishermen and boaters. – P.V. Propriété Caillebotte, 8 rue de Concy, 91330 Yerres, 01 69 48 93 93 GALERIE BERNHEIM-JEUNE The Bernheims organised Van Gogh’s first Paris exhibit and also presented Cézanne, Matisse and others. Now run by descendants of the founder, the gallery exhibits contemporary artists and publishes art books. Tue-Sat 10:30am- 12:30pm & 2:30pm-6:30pm. www.bernheim-jeune.com 83 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8th), 01.42.66.60.31. M° Miromesnil GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON A contemporary gallery featuring established and up-and-coming artists. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.danieltemplon.com 30 rue Beaubourg (3rd), 01.42.72.14.10. M° Rambuteau GALERIE DE JONCKHEERE Museum-quality 16th and 17th-century Flemish paintings, including works by the Breughels and Cranach the Elder. Mon-Fri, 10am-7pm. www.dejonckheere.fr 100 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8th), 01.42.66.69.49. M° Miromesnil GALERIE LELONG This quintessential Parisian gallery features the works of leading contemporary artists. Tues-Fri 10:30am-6pm. Sat 2pm-6:30pm, www.galerie-lelong.com 13 rue de Téhéran (8th), 01.45.63.13.19. M° Miromesnil GALERIE MAEGHT This landmark Parisian gallery opened in 1946 and presents exhibitions of leading 6:30pm. www.malingue.net 26 ave Matignon (8th), 01.42.66.60.33. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt GALERIE MARIAN GOODMAN The Paris branch of the renowned New York gallery. Artists include John Baldessari and Jeff Wall. Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. www.mariangoodman.com 79 rue du Temple (3rd), 01.48.04.70.52. M° Rambuteau GALERIE NATHALIE OBADIA This contemporary gallery features fine, collectable works by both established and up-and-coming artists. Mon-Sat 11am- 7pm. www.galerie-obadia.com 3 rue du Cloître Saint-Merri (4th), 01.42.74.67.68. M° Hôtel de Ville GALERIE POLAD-HARDOUIN This contemporary art gallery nestled in the heart of the Marais offers a spacious setting for over 30 artists, both established and emerging. The gallery remains faithful to the New Figuration movement. Conferences animated by specialists are organised throughout the year. Tues-Sat 11am-7pm. www.polad-hardouin.com 86 rue Quincampoix (3rd), 01.42.71.05.29. M° Rambuteau GALERIE SCHMIT Three generations of art experts present museum quality paintings by 19th and 20th century French masters. Covering periods from the impressionists, the fauves, the Cubists and others. Mon-Fri, 10am-12:30pm/2pm-6pm. 396 rue St-Honoré (1st), 01.42.60.36.36. M° Concorde
  • 48. Marc QUINN Endlesscolumn,2008-Bronzewithgoldleaves-176x50x49cm 356, rue Saint-HonorŽ 75001 Paris. T +33 (0)1 42 96 39 00 paris@operagallery.com Mon.- Sat. 10 am - 7 pm www.operagallery.com
  • 49. 52 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 PHOTO©PARISTOURISTOFFICE-MARCBERTRAND CENTRE GEORGES POMPIDOU France’s top modern art museum, with some 56,000 works by more than 5000 artists. Library, boutique, bookshop and café on the premises. The centre also has interactive spaces devoted to children and adolescents. Through Jun 9 Henri Cartier- Bresson, retrospective devoted to the great photographer. Through Sept 22 Martial Raysse, retrospective exploring the works of one of France’s most important living artists. Wed-Mon 11am-9pm, (last tickets 8pm). Library opened until 10pm. www.centrepompidou.fr. Place Georges Pompidou (4th), 01.44.78.12.33. M° Rambuteau GALERIES NATIONALES DU GRAND PALAIS National art galleries in the recently renovated, glass-roofed exhibit hall built for the 1900 World’s Fair. Through Jul 21 Bill Viola, brings together the major works of the pioneering American video artist. Through Jul 13 Moi, Auguste, Empereur de Rome, this show recounts Rome during the time of Augustus, the first emperor of Rome. Through Jul 14 Robert Mapplethorpe, this major retrospective brings together over 200 works by the celebrated 20th century photographer. Thu-Mon 10am-8pm, Wed to 10pm. www.rmn.fr. 3 ave Général Eisenhower (8th), 01.44.13.17.17. M° Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau MUSEE D’ORSAY A dramatically renovated former train station devoted to 19th- and 20th-century art, including the Impressionists, Manet, Van Gogh and Gauguin. Through Jul 6 Vincent Van Gogh/Antonin Artaud, Le suicidé de la société, this exhibition, bringing together some 40 paintings, drawings and letters by Van Gogh explores the analysis of the artist’s works by the French author and playwright Antonin Artaud. From Jun 24 through Sept 28 Jean- Baptiste Carpeaux, Un sculpteur pour l’Empire, takes a look at the works of this exceptionally gifted sculptor who worked in the atmosphere of France’s Second Empire. Tue-Sun 9:30am-6pm, last tickets at 5pm. Thu to 9:45pm. Guided tours in English Tue- Sat 11:30 am. www.musee-orsay.fr. 1 rue de la Légion d’Honneur (7th), 01.40.49.48.14. M° Solférino MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS A semi-private museum with a fabulous collection of decorative arts—furniture, homeware, ceramics and porcelain, paintings and objets d’art, dating from the late Middle Ages to 21st-century design, including a dozen sumptuously furnished period rooms. Through Jun 8 Les secrets de la laque française, delves into the 18th century art of French lacquer finishing. Through Jun 29 De la Chine aux Arts Décoratifs, reveals the rich and diverse collections of the museum’s Chinese art objects that were collected by Western patrons of the arts in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Tue-Fri 11 am-6 pm, Sat-Sun 10 am-6 pm, Thu until 9pm. www.lesartsdecoratifs.fr. 107 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.44.55.57.50. M° Palais Royal MUSEE DU LOUVRE One of the world’s most important art collections, including the Mona Lisa. The Denon wing houses European painting and sculpture, large-format 19th-century French paintings, Greek and Roman antiquities, and Greek and Russian icons. Louis XIV’s magnificent Apollo Gallery provides a glittering setting for France’s crown jewels. The Pavillon des Sessions displays Primitive art from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. The Richelieu wing features French painting and sculpture, Oriental antiquities and Islamic art. The Sully wing houses the monumental remains of the medieval Louvre and Egyptian antiquities. Through Jun 16 Le Trésor de MUSEUMS W H E R E PA R I S
  • 50. www.wheretraveler.com 53 [ A R T S & AT T R A C T I O N S ] l’Abbaye de Saint-Maurice d’Agaune, this exceptional exhibition presents the major pieces of the oldest monastery in the West: gold from the Middle Ages, textiles from the East, relics and manuscripts are all on display. Through Jul 28 Naissance d’un musée, reveals exceptional works from the new Louvre Abu Dhabi museum. Open Wed-Mon 9 am-6 pm (to 9:45 pm Wed & Fri, reduced price after 6 pm). Guided tours in English daily except Sun & Tue. Under 18 free; under 26 free Fri after 6 pm. First Sun of the month free for all. To avoid lines, buy advance tickets (see website). www.louvre. fr. 99 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.40.20.50.50; information English/Spanish 01.40.20.53.17. M° Palais-Royal/Louvre-Rivoli MUSEE RODIN Sculpture by Auguste Rodin, with works by his pupil and muse Camille Claudel, in a former private mansion, with its famous gardens and chapel. Through Sept 21 Mapplethorpe- Rodin, this show juxtaposes the work of the photographer with that of the artist. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:45pm (last tickets 5:15 pm), late night Wed until 9pm; garden closes at 5:00 pm. www.musee-rodin.fr. 79 rue de Varenne (7th), 01.44.18.61.10. M° Varenne Galeries Nationale du Grand Palais Olwen Forest invites you to see her collection of vintage artist jewellery worn yesterday, and sought after today by famous stars and celebrities. Coco Chanel, Schiaparelli, Joseff of Hollywood A display of fun and trendy 1930’s cocktail accessories complete the show. Olwen Forest Tel: 01 40 11 96 38 www.olwenforest.com JEWELLERY OF THE STARS MARCHÉ SERPETTE - Allée 3, stand 5/7 110 rue des Rosiers, 93400 St-Ouen (Metro: Porte de Clignancourt) Open : Saturday, Sunday, Monday Galerie TamŽnaga th th
  • 51. 54 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S AQUARIUMPHOTO©AQUARIUMDEPARIS;BATOBUSPHOTO©DOMINIQUEMILHEROU&LUCPARIS ATTRACTIONS BOAT CRUISES AQUARIUM DE PARIS (CINEAQUA) Discover the world of the sea at this delightful aquarium. Species from Guyana to the Seine, the Mediterranean Sea to the North Sea can be found swimming within. Sharks, clownfish, seahorses and eels are among the residents here. Visitors can also enjoy films, educational activities and workshops. Daily 10am-7pm, first Sat of the month until 10pm, last tickets one hour before closing, adults: 20.50€, children 13-17: 16€, 3-12: 13€. www.cineaqua.com 5 ave Albert de Mun (16th), 01.40.69.23.23. M° Iéna DISNEYLAND RESORT PARIS Open 365 days a year, Disneyland Park surrounds you with all your favourite characters and the latest attractions. The fantastic Hollywood Tower will terrify even the least squeamish while Le Festival des Moments Magiques Disney is a host of interactive exhibitions and encounters with your favourite Disney characters, from Peter Pan to Rapunzel. Walt Disney Studios Park offers 4 cinema lots and attractions with a cinematic theme. Disney Dreams! is a magical show of light at nightfall at Sleeping Beauty’s castle. Daily 10am-7pm. Check website for opening hours on day of visit. One park: adults 62€, children 56€ (3-11yrs); combined ticket: adults 74€, children 66€. www.disneylandparis.com. RER A to Marne La Vallée/Chessy (40-65 min) PARC ZOOLOGIQUE DE PARIS This beautiful zoo presents in 16 natural environments some 1000 animals, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish, representing 180 species. It is a highly diversified collection ranging from predators to colourful birds and a host of frog and lizard species. www.parczoologiquedeparis.fr Entrance located at the corner of the ave Daumesnil and the Route de Ceinture du lac Daumesnil (12th), 01.40.79.31.25. M° Château de Vincennes BATEAUX-MOUCHES The legendary cruise company has been navigating the Seine for over 60 years. Double- decker tour boats offer fine vistas of the capital. Savoury lunch and dinner cruises offering classic French cuisine may also be booked. Cruise only: 13.50€ adults, 5.50€ children under 12. Departures every 20 min from 10:15am-10:30pm. www.bateaux-mouches.fr Pont de l’Alma (8th), 01.42.25.96.10. M° Alma-Marceau BATOBUS A sleek “shuttle boat” making 8 stops including the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Jardin des Plantes and the Town Hall. 10:30am-7pm, boats 17 to 30 minutes apart, depending upon the season. One-day pass 16€, 2-day pass 18€. www.batobus.com. 08.25.05.01.01. MARIN D’EAU DOUCE Enjoy a spin on the canals of Paris in these environmentally friendly electric boats. This unique concept lets you navigate into neighbourhoods of the French capital through its scenic canals and you don’t need a permit. Fifteen boats that can carry between 5 and 11 people are available for hire. 8-25€ per person depending upon length of rental. www.marindeaudouce.fr Bassin de la Villette, 37 quai de la Seine (19th), 06.52.05.13.27. M° Rique YACHTS DE PARIS The most luxurious of all the river boats. Private cruises, parties, receptions. Gourmet dinner cruises nightly boarding at 7:45pm featuring the gastronomic cuisine of chef Guy Krenzer, who was awarded the prestigious finest craftsman of France title. www.yachtsdeparis.fr Port Henri IV (4th), 01.44.54.14.70. M° Pont de Sully Aquarium de Paris Batobus
  • 52. [ A R T S & AT T R A C T I O N S ] ADVERTORIAL FONDATION CARTIER MUSÉE MAILLOL MUSÉE DU QUAI BRANLY On October 20, 1984, Cartier created the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. The Fondation invites you to join its celebration of 30 years. From May 10 to September 21, 2014, the exhibition Vivid Memories, highlights some of the most emblematic works in the collection of the Fondation Cartier. Open every day, except Monday, from 11am to 8pm Open Tuesday evenings until 10pm. A museum created by Dina Vierny, the former model and muse of sculptor Aristide Maillol, displaying his sculptures and drawings. Echoing the Monumenta at the Grand Palais, which will host Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Musée Maillol will open to the public one Kabakov’s most successful installations, until July 20. Daily 10:30am-7pm, Fri until 9:30pm. The exhibition TATTOO explores the universe of the tattoo through 300 historic and contemporary works and presents previously unseen creations that have been especially conceived for the exhibition by some of the greatest tattoo artists from around the world. From May 6, 2014 through October 18, 2015 261 Bvd Raspail, Paris 14th M° Raspail / Denfert-Rochereau Tel: +33 (0)1 42 18 56 50 www.fondation.cartier.com 37 Quai Branly, Paris 7th Mº Alma Marceau Tel: +33 (0)1 56 61 70 00 www.quaibranly.fr CHÂTEAU DE MALMAISON This delightful mansion, dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, in the outskirts of Paris, was Josephine and Napoleon’s countryside resort. The permanent collections include masterpieces of European painting, superb nineteenth century French furniture and porcelain. A thrilling exhibition is currently on display until June 30. It explores Josephine’s interest for nature, flowers and birds. Avenue du château de Malmaison, 92500 Rueil-Malmaison Tel: +33 (0)1 41 29 05 55 www.chateau-malmaison.fr 59-61 rue de Grenelle, Paris 7th Mº Rue du Bac Tel: +33 (0)1 42 22 59 58 www.museemaillol.com CULTURE TIME ©MuséeduQuaiBranly,photoGautierDeblonde ©LucBoegly www.wheretraveler.com 55
  • 53. 56 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S A VIEW FROM THE TOP I f you are visiting the French capital and are looking to experience it, and its surrounding regions, in a unique and luxurious way, you should reserve yourself a seat on the next Airship Paris flight. Boarding the Airship Paris, you are instantly immersed in the voyage you are about to go on. The cabin seats 12 and offers exceptional panoramic views, which gives you a fabulous bird’s eye view of the city’s most famous monuments as you float your way to your destination. With every seat a window seat, you will not miss a thing and once the Airship has taken off you are invited to walk around the cabin and head to the back to look through the rear window and capture it all on camera. With no door between the cabin and the cockpit you will also be able to watch the pilot at work as he flies you over the gorgeous vista. And because the Airship has acoustic and thermal insulation your flight will not be filled with engine noise that will hinder your conversation, on the contrary, it will leave you comfortable to freely converse about how spectacular this experience really is. There are different flights you can choose from including a 30-minute tour, which will take you on a magical journey, floating you through the skies over Auvers-sur-Oise where Van Gogh painted his last works. You can also smoothly make your way in the clouds to the Chateau of Chantilly and see its perfectly manicured gardens created by Le Nôtre. Seats are limited so it is advised to book in advance. Visit www.airship-paris.fr for all booking details. B Y S A N D R A I S K A N D E R The Chateau of Chantilly
  • 54. AN EXPERIENCE OF FRENCH-STYLE LUXURY An unforgettable moment in the heart of Paris Yachts de Paris combines the spirit of yachting with the French ‘art of living’. ChooseabsoluteluxuryaboardtheCACHEMIREforaprivatedinneror opt for the DON JUAN II restaurant, the charm and discreet elegance of which will win you over. On board, enjoy Chef Guy Krenzer's (‘Meilleur Ouvrier de France’) cuisine while you marvel at a spectacle that only Paris can offer. An irresistible voyage beyond time. EST PORT HENRI IV 75004 PARIS +33 (0) 1 44 54 14 71 RESERVATIONS.DJ2@YDP.FR WWW.YDP.FR OUEST PORT DE JAVEL HAUT 75015 PARIS /3690-N.Buisson-Alcoholcandamageyourhealth,drinkwithmoderation.
  • 55. 58 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 PHOTO©PARISTOURISTOFFICE-AMÉLIEDUPONT ARC DE TRIOMPHE The triumphal arch commissioned by Napoleon and finished in 1836 stands in the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle and boasts a fabulous view of the Champs-Elysées and includes the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Visit the interactive exhibit on the history surrounding the Arch. Open daily 10am-11pm, times may vary, last admission 45 minutes before closing, Adults 9.50€, Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26: Free. Place Charles de Gaulle (8th), 01.55.37.73.77. M° Charles-de-Gaulle–Etoile LA CONCIERGERIE A medieval royal residence with Gothic halls, used as a prison in the Revolution. Daily 9:30 am-6pm, times may vary, last tickets, 30 minutes before closing time. Adults 8.50€, Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26, free. 2 blvd du Palais (1st), 01.53.40.60.97. M° Cité EIFFEL TOWER Built as a temporary exhibit for the 1889 World’s Fair, the iron structure now symbolises Paris the world over. The tower sparkles with twinkling lights every hour on the hour from twilight to 2am. From Sept 2 through Jun 14 lift open daily 9:30am-11:45pm, Stairs open daily 9:30am-6:30pm. From Jun 15 through Sept 1 9am-12:45am (stairs and lifts). Last entries 45 minutes before closing. Entry fee (5-15€ for adults) depends on how high you go. A champagne bar is on the top of the tower, open from noon to 10pm. www.tour-eiffel.fr. Ave Gustave Eiffel (7th), 01.44.11.23.23. M° Trocadéro HOTEL DES INVALIDES Built by Louis XIV as a hospital for veteran soldiers. Napoleon’s impressive tomb lies under the golden cupola of the Eglise du Dome. The historic monument houses an interesting military museum. Don’t miss the permanent collection rooms in the East wing. Through Jun 1 Les soldats du stade, looks at the relationship between the armed forces and sports through photographs and documents. Through Jul 14 Mousquetaires!, takes a look at the heroes who inspired Alexandre Dumas. Daily 10am-6pm, last tickets 30 minutes before closing. 9.50€. www.invalides.org. Place des Invalides, 129 rue de Grenelle (7th), 01.44.42.38.77. M° Invalides NOTRE-DAME CATHEDRAL Constructed between 1163 and 1345, it is a Gothic masterpiece. Free guided tours in English Wed and Thurs at 2pm & Sat at 2:30pm. Through Dec 31 Paris disparu, Paris restitué, looks at the history of Paris through the vestiges from Lutèce to the 19th century (in the crypt). www.crypte.paris.fr. Experience Quasimodo’s view of Paris from the towers Jul-Aug 10am-5:45pm weekdays, 10am-10:15pm Sat-Sun; Apr-Jun and Sep: 10am-5:45pm; Oct-Mar: 10am-4:45pm. 7.50€. 6 Parvis Notre- Dame (4th), 01.42.34.56.10. M° Cité SACRE COEUR DE MONTMARTRE Located on the highest peak of Paris, the view from the Sacré Coeur is breathtaking. There is a guesthouse for pilgrims providing accommodation and meals. Daily 6am-10:30pm; Dome and crypt 9am-5:45pm. www.sacre-coeur-montmartre.fr. 35 rue du Chevalier-de-la-Barre (18th), 01.53.41.89.09. M° Anvers SAINTE CHAPELLE A jewel-like chapel on the Ile de la Cité in the courtyard of the Palais de Justice with High Gothic stained glass windows, at its finest on days when there isn’t a cloud in the sky. Daily 9:30am-6pm, last tickets 30 minutes before closing time, times may vary. 8.50€. Free for children under 18 and EU citizens under 26. 2 blvd du Palais (1st), 01.53.40.60.97. M° Cité MONUMENTS W H E R E PA R I S The Arc De Triomphe
  • 56. www.wheretraveler.com 59 [ A R T S & AT T R A C T I O N S ] SKATEMEOUTPOSTER©DR NATURALLY Jun13-16 10:30am-7pm, until 10pm on the 13th. This show is a tribute to natural and holistic living. You’ll find organic foods, health and beauty products, home furnishings and objects as well as nature-oriented activities. www.vivez-nature.com. Paris Expo, blvd Victor, Porte De Versailles (15th), M° Porte de Versailles PORTES OUVERTES Jun 14-15 2pm to 8pm. During this gathering some 100 artists in the scenic village of Le Pré Saint-Gervais just east of Paris open up their studios to the public. The event is an invitation to discover charming urban architecture filled with lofts, studios and courtyard gardens. The show is put on by the artist’s collective Ateliers-Est and offers a glimpse into the creative world of artists, their techniques and works in progress. Welcome point Place du general Leclerc, 93310 Le Pré Saint-Gervais. M° Hoche/Porte des Lilas SALON INTERNATIONAL DE LA MAISON DE POUPEE Jun 22 from 10am-5:30pm. This delightful show brings together some 100 exhibitors offering a wide range of craft miniatures from around the world, enabling both collectors and newcomers to journey into the wonderful world of dollhouses. www.simp-paris.com. Espace Champerret, Place de la Porte Champerret (17th), 01.39.16.08.31. M° Porte de Champerret SKATE ME OUT Jun14-15 12-10pm. This unique show brings together a fine selection of fashion, art works and music from some 120 creators in a friendly environment where the public can meet with the artists. This year a new feature, the world of skate boarding, is part of the event providing fun for all. Happenings, workshops, a photo exhibition and food tastings are held during the event while vintage and design are also on the agenda. Carreau du Temple, 2 rue Eugène Spulller (3rd). M° Temple TRADE SHOWS
  • 57. 60 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S DINING LE GRAND BISTRO DE BRETEUILFor an authentic bistro meal where you can sample French cuisine and a family-friendly ambiance, Le Grand Bistro de Breteuil is a great table also offering an outdoor seating area from where you can take in the hustle and bustle of the chic 7th arrondissement. Open daily from midday to midnight and situated just a few minutes-walk from the Eiffel Tower, this chic bistro is an ideal spot for an alfresco lunch after a morning of sightseeing. Bistro classics such as a beef tartar and foie gras are on the menu as well as a cheese platter and a flaming crème brûlée to end your meal on a very sweet French note. The elegant bistro also offers a 44€ “Signature Menu” for both lunch and dinner that includes an aperitif, starter, main and dessert as well as a bottle of wine and coffee. – S.I. 3 place Breteuil (7th), 01 45 67 07 27
  • 58. www.wheretraveler.com 61 [ D I N I N G ] LECHARDENOUXDESPRÈSDININGROOMPHOTO©YANNDERET THE GUIDELINES This directory, grouped by category, is a list of establishments recommended by the editors of Where magazine and includes regular advertisers. GENERAL INFORMATION Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. Check when booking that the restaurant will accept your credit card. Value Added Tax (VAT, written in French as TVA) is automatically included in the bill, as is the service charge. While tipping is not compulsory, it is appreciated as a sign of satisfaction. INDEX TO ABBREVIATIONS B, L & D: Breakfast, lunch & dinner. AE: American Express, V: Visa, MC: Mastercard PRICES Set Meals: Prices are per person. A la carte: Price per person for three courses without wine. € – 30€ or less per person €€ – 31€-50€ per person €€€ – 51€-100€ per person €€€€ – 101€-150€ per person €€€€€ – 151€ and above per person LE CHARDENOUX DES PRES PRIVE DE DESSERT In the bobo arrondissement of the French capital is one of the most original concept restaurants you will find. Privé de Dessert serves a contemporary cuisine menu with all dishes named and served like popular French desserts. Every pastry you ever dreamed of tasting is here, the millefeuille, the éclair and even the Saint-Honoré, with the only difference being that they are the savoury versions of the popular sweet treats. The millefeuille is a light pastry topped with cherry tomatoes and creamy burrata while the éclair is an entree gambas and avocado sandwich. The Saint-Honoré appears on the main dishes menu and is the house's version of a burger complete with a cheddar cheese-flavoured whipped cream and served with churros-shaped fries. The Saint- Honoré is also available for vegetarians with the meat patty replaced with a tofu and vegetables patty. For diners who actually love their desserts sweet, don't fret as the menu also features yummy sweets including a Carambar-flavoured crème brûlée and a chocolate mi-cuit with a melting Chocobon heart. The staff is friendly, the music is good time oldies and the decor is cosy and retro. - S.I. Open for dinner only 4 rue Lallier (9th), 01 45 26 84 43 When visiting the French capital most people long for that postcard moment of sitting in a café and savouring a real Parisian moment. And in the ultra-Parisian neighbourhood of Saint- Germain is where you will find an authentic Parisian bistro where you can enjoy a hearty meal with a good glass of wine. Le Chardenoux des Prés is Cyril Lignac’s second bistro, and the Michelin-starred chef has put together a menu that stays true to the traditional French fare served in authentic bistros. A terrine of foie gras served with roasted hazelnuts, Black Angus steak served with béarnaise sauce and homemade potato puree and a fricassee of veal sweetbreads served with a puree of carrot are only some of the dishes that could be found on the menu, which constantly changes depending on available produce and on the season. However, there are three things that are regulars on the menu, the chef’s famous salted butter caramel éclair, the rich French toast made from homemade brioche bread served with caramel and ice-cream and the little Madeleine sponge cakes, which are served hot, straight from the oven to accompany your café. Open daily for lunch and dinner Le Chardenoux des Prés is a great address for great food and family-friendly service. - S.I. 27 rue du Dragon (6th), 01 45 48 29 68
  • 59. 62 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S BRASSERIE DU LOUVRE Just steps from the Palais Royal and the Louvre Museum, savour a delicious lunch or dinner in a delightful setting. The homemade foie gras is excellent and the risotto, one of the best in Paris. Classics, like sole meunière or braised lamb with carrots are cooked to perfection. Sweet desserts, friendly service and an excellent wine list round out the experience. Daily B&L&D. €€€ (Cards: all) 1 Place André Malraux (1st), 01.44.58.37.21. M° Palais Royal LE SOUFFLE This is the place to taste one of France's finest spe- cialties, the soufflé. Attentive service and superb quality await in this restaurant established in 1961. Faithful to traditional cuisine, in addition to over 20 different kinds of soufflés, a classic French menu is proposed. Reservations are highly recom- mended. Mon-Sat L&D. €€ (AE, MC, V) FOR CLASSIC FRENCH FARE BOOK A TABLE AT... DUCASSE DININGIn the dining room that is inspired by the Salon de la Paix at the Versailles chateau, complete with antique mirrors, crystal chandeliers and luxurious marble and bronze detailing, a refined cuisine awaits. Created by Alain Ducasse and elegantly executed by chef Christophe Saintagne, the menu at the Le Meurice restaurant features contemporary French dishes which include an original fruit and vegetable salad to start, colourful and flavoursome, it delightfully surprises with its mixture of sweetness. For main courses you will find grilled sea bass with a hint of citrus for flavour and olives and a spicy lamb dish served with artichokes. Desserts are equally refined with pastry chef Cédric Grolet creating a delicious palette of flavours, including the Noisette, a tasting of hazelnut-flavoured desserts featuring a soufflé with a heart of liquid praline. This is a wonderful table to sample simple yet exquisitely refined French cuisine in a glorious setting. – S.I. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday only. Reservations are highly recommended. Le Meurice 228 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01 44 58 10 10 RESTAURANTLEMEURICEALAINDUCASSE©PIERREMONETTA www.lesouffle.fr 36 rue du MontThabor (1st), 01.42.60.27.19. M° Concorde L’ESCARGOT MONTORGUEIL Within the authentic, beautiful walls of Second Empire decor delect truly fine food. Snails, of course remain a specialty with the freshest of fish or hearty meat dishes following. Classic desserts like crepes Suzette and Grand Marnier soufflé are prepared to perfection. Daily L&D. €€€€ (AE, Diners, JCB, V) www.escargot-montorgueil.com 38 rue Montorgueil (1st), 01.42.36.83.51. M° Etienne Marcel CAFE DE LA PAIX This classic Parisian institution with its décor of painted ceiling, pillars and murals is an elegant place to watch the world go by over coffee, light meals or drinks from its terraces. Fine fare is fea- tured in the restaurant. On Sundays enjoy one of the biggest buffet brunches in Paris with jazz and a special space for children, available from noon to 3:30pm. Daily B, L & D. €€/€€€ (Cards: all). www.cafedelapaix.fr 5 place de l’Opéra (9th), 01.40.07.36.36. M° Opéra CHEZ JULIEN Fine seasonal and regional products are served in a charming Belle Epoque atmosphere. Offerings can include Bresse chicken with potatoes from the isle of Noirmoutier. Marble tables, woodwork by Majorelle and a view out onto the Saint Gervais church, the Seine and Notre Dame beyond add to the fine dining experience. Daily L&D. €€ (MC, V). www.maisonthierrycostes.com 1 rue du Pont Louis-Philippe (4th), 01.42.78.31.64. M° Pont Marie
  • 60. www.wheretraveler.com 63 BISTROS AND CAFES When visiting Paris a bistro or a traditional French café meal is a must. Here are our favourite go-to spots for the month. L’AMI LOUIS Bistro A classic bistro known for huge portions of foie gras and exorbitant prices. People tend to love it or hate it, and well-heeled tourists reserve weeks in advance. Wed-Sun L&D. €€€€€ (V) 32 rue du Vertbois (3rd) 01.48.87.77.48. M° Arts et Métiers BENOIT Bistro Taken over, spruced up and enlarged by multiple-star chef Alain Ducasse, a classic 1912 bistro that’s a favourite of (very) affluent tourists for its traditional French cuisine that includes cassoulet, beef in Beaujolais, sole Grenobloise and an iced soufflé with Grand Marnier. Daily L&D. €€€€ (AE, V) 20 rue St-Martin (4th), 01.42.72.25.76. M° Châtelet LE CAFE DE L’ALMA Contemporary Ensconced on the very Parisian Avenue Rapp this is a chic and convivial spot for a meal or a drink on the serene outdoor terrace. The menu features traditional and healthy French fare as well as light and simple dishes from Spain, Italy and the Asian continent. Daily, B, L, D, service until midnight. €€ (AE, DC, MC, V). www.cafe-de-l-alma.com. 5 ave Rapp (7th), 01.45.51.56.74. M° Alma-Marceau CARETTE Café With its mirrors and marble-topped tables, this is a quintessentially Parisian spot for lunch or a tasty pastry and rich hot chocolate. French breakfast pastries, delicious salads and sandwiches are served and you can take it all away with you, too. Daily continuous service B&L. € (MC, V). www.carette-paris.com. 4 place du Trocadéro (16th) , 01.47.27.98.85. M° Rue de la Pompe/Trocadéro LA FONTAINE DE MARS Bistro A lively old-fashioned bistro serving such traditional French specialties as eggplant with goat cheese, mushroom pâté, cassoulet, and the house specialty, a prune and apple tart. Daily L&D. €€ (AE, MC, V) 129 rue St-Dominique (7th), 01.47.05.46.44. M° Ecole Militaire LA PALETTE Café This legendary Left Bank café still draws a clientele of local art students, gallery owners and national and international celebrities. Both its exterior and interior facades are listed historic monuments. Specialties include various farm fresh egg preparations and beef tartare. A nice selection of wines by the bottle or glass is available. Daily B,L,D. €€ (MC, V). www.cafelapaletteparis.com. 43 rue de Seine (6th), 01.43.26.68.15. M° Mabillon/St-Germain-des-Prés Les Grandes Marches 6, place de la Bastille - Paris 12th - Tel. 01 43 42 90 32 Open 7 days a week from 8am - 1am Valet parking available L’Auberge Dab 161, avenue Malakoff - Paris 16th - Tel. 01 45 00 32 22 Open 7 days a week from 12 noon to 3pm and from 7pm to 2am - Valet parking available Chez André 12, rue Marbeuf - Paris 8th - Tel. 01 47 20 59 57 Open 7 days a week from 12 noon - 1am Le Congrès Maillot 80, avenue de la Grande Armée - Paris 17th Tel. 01 45 74 17 24 Open 7 days a week from 7.30am to 2am Valet parking available Watch out, in the shadows of Paris’s terraces, more than one tartare may be lurking, lying in wait for you! Get out your finest sunglasses and follow this guide. Agence-pashmina.com-Créditphoto:Shutterstock
  • 61. 64 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 114 FAUBOURG Brasserie An elegant one-star establishment in the Bristol Hotel proffers superb cooking from three-star chef Eric Frechon in a delightful duplex space. Delicious offerings include a rotisserie-roasted chicken and for dessert a millefeuille with salty caramel sauce. Daily L & D. €€€ (cards: all) 114 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th),01.53.43.44.44. M° Miromesnil L’ABEILLE Gourmet This two-star restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel offers a sophisticated menu of French gastronomic cuisine created by talented chef Philippe Labbé. In the elegant dining area enjoy dishes such as royal scampi steamed with lemon cream and flavoured with walnut oil and roasted coffee. Tues-Sat, D. €€€€€ (cards: all). 10 ave d’Iéna (16th), 01.53.67.19.90. M° Iéna APICIUS Contemporary The one-star restaurant of chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, offering a mix of (very expensive) modern and country cooking: lobster ravioli, potato charlotte with caviar. Mon-Fri L&D. €€€€ (Cards: all) 20 rue d’Artois (8th), 01.43.80.19.66. Mº St-Philippe-du-Roule LE CINQ Gourmet Chef Eric Briffard offers wonderful dishes like purple sea urchin in creamy fennel broth. Superbly aged cheeses and delectable desserts, like the Peruvian chocolate stuffed tart, follow. Serious wine list, and fantastic flowers by American florist Jeff Leatham. Daily L&D. €€€€€ (Cards: all) FINE DINING Epicure Four Seasons Hôtel George V, 31 ave George V (8th), 01.49.52.70.00. Mº George V LA CUISINE Classic French. Light, flavourful food is served in this one-star restaurant inside the Royal Monceau hotel. The warm atmosphere with sparkling chandeliers includes an open kitchen to watch the chefs prepare the market-based offerings. The dishes are flavoured with herbs grown in the hotel’s first floor botanical gardens and desserts are made by Pierre Hermé. B & D: Daily, L: Mon-Fri, Brunch: Sat & Sun. €€€€ (cards: all). www.leroyalmonceau.com. 37 ave Hoche (8th), 01.42.99.98.80. M° Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile LE DIANE Gourmet This Michelin one-star restaurant inside the Fouquet’s Barrière Hotel offers a peaceful setting and a secluded terrace. Chef Jean- Yves Leuranguer has conceived a range of colourful gourmet dishes which might include oysters served with quail eggs and cavair and a mandarin soufflé. Fine and rare vintage wines are found on the wine list. Daily B,L,D, Sat B&D only. Sun-Mon B only. €€€€ (AE, MC, V) 46 ave George V (8th), 01.40.69.60.40. M° George V EPICURE Gourmet The beautiful dining room looks out over the hotel’s French garden and is a perfect setting for three-star chef Eric Fréchon’s remarkable cuisine and superb desserts by pastry chef Laurent Jeannin. Daily L&D. €€€€€ (Cards: all) Hôtel Le Bristol, 112 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th), 01.53.43.43.00. Mº Miromesnil LE GRAND VEFOUR Modern Classic The opulent two-star Relais & Chateaux restaurant in the Palais Royal arcades that has been serving the Parisian beau monde since the 1700s. Among chef Guy Martin’s superb dishes are the foie gras ravioli with truffle jus. Mon-Fri L&D, Fri L only. €€€€(Cards: all) 17 rue de Beaujolais (1st), 01.42.96.56.27. Mº Palais Royal HELENE DARROZE Southwestern French Young chef Hélène Darroze serves up southwestern French specialties in this contemporary one-star restaurant. €€€. The casual ground floor Salon d’Hélène serves upscale tapas. Tue-Sat L&D. €€ (AE, MC, V) 4 rue d’Assas (6th), 01.42.22.00.11. Mº Sèvres Babylone LAURENT Gourmet. This gourmet 1-star Michelin restaurant serving sophisticated cuisine in a beautiful setting with a garden is a Parisian institution. The finest produce and products are used to prepare seasonal French cuisine with a contemporary touch. Signature dishes include spider crab with fennel cream and squid cannelloni. Mon-Fri L & D, Sat D only. €€€€ (AE, Diners, MC, V). 41 ave Gabriel (8th), 01.42.25.00.39. M° Champs-Elysées Clemenceau RELAIS LOUIS XIII Classic French In a wood-beamed medieval townhouse, two- star chef Manuel Martinez serves delicious W H E R E PA R I S
  • 62. www.wheretraveler.com 65 [ D I N I N G ] dishes revolving around seasonal products. Fine wine list. Tue-Sat, L&D. €€€€ (AE, MC, V) 8 rue des Grands-Augustins (6th), 01.43.26.75.96. Mº St Michel LE RESTAURANT Neo-Baroque In the legendary hotel called L’Hotel, the neo- Baroque one-star restaurant is where head chef Julien Montabut prepares seasonal and classically French cuisine with a distinctive light and modern touch. Dishes include pan fried scallops with girolle mushrooms for a starter or a main course of line sea bass roasted with spices. Daily B Tue-Sat L&D. €€ (Cards: all) 13 rue des Beaux-Arts (6th), 01.44.41.99.01. Mº Odéon LA SCENE Gourmet This one-star restaurant in the Prince de Galles hotel offers an authentic and generous cuisine using remarkable products. Among the appetisers are white Alba truffles or duck foie gras. For a fish course, succulent French lobster is a fine choice while meat dishes include fine milk- fed veal and wild hare from the Beauce region. For dessert try the mint or vanilla-based treats. Mon-Sat B,L & D, Sun Brunch. €€€€ (cards: all). 33 ave George V (8th), 01.53.23.78.52. M° George V LE SERGENT RECRUTEUR Gourmet This one-star restaurant serves market-based cuisine that changes on a daily basis. Meats of an exceptional quality, fresh-caught fish from the Loire River, homemade butter and a blend of coffee made especially for the house are all on the agenda. Tues-Sun L&D. €€€ (AE, MC, V). 41 rue St-Louis-en-L’Isle (4th), 01.43.54.75.43. Mº Pont Marie 14 Place du Marché (92 - Neuilly sur Seine) / Metro: Porte Maillot / Les Sablons Tel: 01 41 92 93 00 www.duranddupont.com 4Open everyday, service non stop from 8am to 2am 4Brunch every Sunday 4Patio and terrace available4Afterwork Monday to Saturday evenings with DJ’s 44OOpen everyday, service non stop from 8am to 2ampen everyday, service non stop from 8am to 2am 4Patio and terrace availablePatio and terrace available pen everyday, service non stop from 8am to 2am 44Brunch every SundayBrunch every Sunday Afterwork Monday to Saturday evenings with DAfterwork Monday to Saturday evenings with DJ’s DURAND DUPONT FREN C H CUISINE Situated on a quiet square in the west of Paris, next to Porte Maillot, this restaurant not only offers delicious French fare but also a charming terrace to soak in the Parisian sun. Durand Dupont is an ideal table for a business lunch or a dinner in the intimate patio. And from the cellar, you can enjoy the ideal wine choosen by the best sommeliers to accompany a variety of dishes. Start with the crayfish salad with artichokes and mustard before ordering the seared scallops served with vegetables and finish your meal with a fresh fruit salad with frozen yoghurt.
  • 63. 66 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S If you get hungry while you’re about to catch a train to a romantic destination in France, it's not always easy to find a nice table to enjoy good food while waiting. This month we bring you a round-up of the best train station restaurants in the French capital. At Gare Saint Lazare is where you can eat at any time, day or night, at the Eric Fréchon bistro, Lazare. The chic bistro serves traditional dishes such as escargots, boeuf bourguignon and a hearty entrecote. And if you are feeling just a little bit peckish and need an afternoon snack you can indulge in a piece of marble cake or a simple chocolate crepe with a cup of tea or a glass of wine. If you're at Gare de Lyon the splendid Le Train Bleu awaits. The magnificent Belle Epoque restaurant is nestled on the first floor of the train station and features 41 paintings It may not be a train station but the Institut du Monde Arabe is hosting the legendary Orient Express that will take you on a magical voyage. Coinciding with the cultural centre’s exhibition, Once Upon a Time the Orient Express, is the opening of the ephemeral restaurant in the middle of the Institut du Monde Arabe’s square. Celebrated French chef, Yannick Alléno is at the helm of this mythical gastronomical voyage, serving a decadent dinner in one of the Orient Express’s carriages. If you love the romance of the legendary Orient Express and take pleasure in French cuisine then you will, without a doubt, appreciate this unique experience. Orient Express by Yannick Alléno The restaurant is open in the evening for dinner only, Tuesday to Saturday. Online reservations only at www.yannick-alleno.com Institut du Monde Arabe 1 rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard (5th) LAZARE Parvis de la Gare Saint-Lazare Rue Intérieure (8th), 01 44 90 80 80 LE TRAIN BLEU Gare de Lyon 1st floor Place Louis Armand (12th), 01 43 43 09 06 TERMINUS NORD 23 rue de Dunkerque (10th), 01 42 85 05 15 ORIENT EXPRESS depicting rail network sites and events that took place in 1900. Serving classic French fare, including foie gras and roasted scallops, the restaurant offers an opulent experience that was once appreciated by Coco Chanel and Brigitte Bardot. Le Train Bleu also features a bar, Le Big Ben Bar, where you can enjoy a sage cup of tea or a relaxing cocktail before boarding your train. And if you’re at Gare du Nord waiting to jump onto the Eurostar to head to London, Terminus Nord is a delightful brasserie for a quick bite. Just across the road from the station, the brasserie serves fresh seafood and more traditional brasserie fare such as an entrecote steak served with béarnaise sauce and fries. The brasserie, which has been serving travellers since 1925 features an Art Nouveau décor and a very animated ambiance. TRAIN TABLES ADDRESSES B Y S A N D R A I S K A N D E R Le Train Bleu Lazare LAZAREPHOTO©ALAINGELBERGER;ORIENTEXPRESSPHOTO©JÉRÔMEGALLAND
  • 64. www.wheretraveler.com 67 [ D I N I N G ] DEBAUVE & GALLAIS One of the best things to do while visiting France is to indulge in fine French chocolate and one of the finest chocolatiers is Debauve & Gallais. It is the French chocolate manufacturer that supplied fine chocolate to Emperor Napoléon and kings Louis XVII, Charles X and Louis Philippe after receiving the royal warrant and becoming the official chocolate supplier to the French court. And in the chocolatier’s Left Bank boutique you can get a taste of the same chocolate that was once served to royalty. Try the chocolate truffles or the Marie-Antoinette’s Pistoles, the dark chocolate disks that are delicately flavoured with coffee or vanilla, or why not opt for a chocolate box with different chocolates to devour. - S.I 30 rue des Saints-Pères (7th), 01 45 48 54 67 Sushi, sashimi, donburi, tempura featuring organic salmon CLASSIC JAPANESE CUISINE IN AN ELEGANT SAINT-GERMAIN SETTING Monday-Saturday, Lunch & Dinner / Dinner from 8pm. Showtime 9:15pm 6 rue Montfaucon, Paris 6th (Metro: Mabillon, Odéon) Reservations: +33 (0)1 43 26 37 62 / www.shinseki-restaurant.fr Complimentary coupe de champagne when presenting this page RATN 4The Magic of India, open every day, 12pm - 2.45pm / 7.15pm-11.45pm 4Recommended by Michelin, Gault Millau, Pudlo, Bottin 4Business lunch, air conditioned 9 rue de la Tremoille, Paris 8th (Metro: George V) - Tel: 01 40 70 01 09 www.restaurantratn.com INDIAN MOGHOL GASTRONOMY Since 1976, the Bhalla family, originally from New Delhi, excels in Indian Moghol Gastronomy of the 17th century and immortalises the beautiful north Indian culinary
  • 65. 68 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S BISTROT RICHELIEU The brunch buffet served every Sunday at the Fouquet’s Barrière Hotel takes you on a tasting voyage with a variety of dishes to satisfy your every taste bud mood. The brunch is sprawled over three spaces, Le Diane restaurant, the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, the garden terrace and Le Lucien, the hotel’s bar. Fresh bread, croissants and pains au chocolat will start you on a sweet note and if you prefer, there is a pancake and crepe stand from where you can create your own stack. A Middle Eastern corner is set up with mountains of delicious hummus dip, stuffed vine leaves and tabouli salad and for patrons who seek gluten-free dishes, creamy burrata, fresh prawns and bbq skewers, prepared on the terrace, are only some of the delicious options available. Don’t forget to leave room for the dessert buffet where you will find La Petite Maison de Nicole restaurant’s signature white chocolate mousse served with raspberries and tiramisu. - S.I. Every Sunday from 12.30-3.30pm 46 ave George V (8th), 01 40 69 60 60 In the heart of Paris, between Bourse and Palais-Royal, is where you will find the traditional Parisian bistro, Bistrot Richelieu. In a convivial and warm ambiance, the staff will welcome you with hearty and authentic French dishes that will have you appreciating Parisian bistro dining. The menu features all the signature dishes that you imagine sampling when visiting the gastronomical capital such as escargots, onion soup and foie gras. For mains you will find an entrecote served with a béarnaise sauce and fries and magret de canard (duck) and if you want something a little bit lighter try the large goat cheese salad. For dessert a traditional crème brûlée and meringue lemon tart will leave you feeling sweetly satisfied. - S.I. Open Monday to Friday and Saturday evenings 45 rue de Richelieu (1st), 01 42 60 19 16 SUNDAY BRUNCH
  • 66. ADVERTORIAL DINING TIME Spring is here and ÇLa LocandaÈ new star Alfredo (Napoli) brings a new fresh and colorful cuisine from the South. Great mozzarella di bufala,burrata, tasty tomatos,fried calamari,spaghetti with lobster and obviously FettuccineAlfredo, Italian cuisine, 6sth LA LOCANDA 8 rue du Dragon M¡ Saint Germain-des-PrŽs Tel: 01.45.44.12.53 www.lalocanda.fr Footsteps from the PlaceVend™me, this mythical Japanese restaurant has been re-designed by the architects Gilles & Boissier. Chef Ozuru,formerly of Nobu Paris,prepares Japanese gastronomy that brings together the traditional and the modern. Japanese cuisine, 1st KINUGAWA 9 rue du Mont Thabor M¡ Tuileries Tel: 01.42.60.65.07 www.kinugawa.fr / www.blackcode.fr Two minutes walk from the Champs-ElysŽes. Specializing in tandoori (Indian barbecue) and curries,both spicy and mild,served in beautiful surroundings with silk paintings and antique-style carved wooden crafts. Indian cuisine, 8th SANTOOR 30 rue Marbeuf M¡ Franklin D. Roosevelt Tel: 01.42.56.33.18 www.restaurant-indien-santoor.fr Enjoy a complimentary glass of Champagne upon presentation of this page. www.wheretraveler.com 69
  • 67. 70 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 ADDRESSES LE PRÉ CATELAN Bois de Boulogne Route de Suresnes (16th), 01 44 14 41 14 LA GRANDE CASCADE Allée de Longchamp (16th), 01 45 27 33 51 L’AUBERGE DU BONHEUR Allée de Longchamp (16th), 01 42 24 10 17 LES JARDINS DE BAGATELLE 42 route de Sèvres from Neuilly (16th), 01 40 67 98 29 LE PAVILLON DES OISEAUX Jardin d’Acclimatation (16th), 01 45 02 11 61 CHALET DES ILES Lac Inférieur du Bois de Boulogne, Porte de la Muette (16th), 01 42 88 04 60 It was once the celebrated royal forest of Rouvray teeming with game that attracted the hunting parties of successive kings of France. Dagobert, King of the Franks, was hunting bear and deer there already back in the 7th century. Today the Bois de Boulogne is not only a haven for nature, but fine food as well, fit for a king. A magical dining experience is found at the Pré Catelan, an elegant 3-star Michelin establishment that is found inside a sumptuous pavilion dating back to Napoleon III surrounded by a stunning park riddled with greenery. Dishes are perfectly executed around the most aristocratic of products by chef Frédéric Anton, who has been awarded the finest craftsman of France title. Crayfish is prepared in ravioli served in a broth of olive oil flavoured with pepper and mint while the artichoke becomes melodious sautéed in herbs. One of the special features of the Bois Boulogne is its waterfall, the Grande Cascade, and in a beautiful setting nearby on the Allée de Longchamp sits the aptly named La Grande Cascade restaurant serving gourmet fare in what was once a hunting pavilion of Napoleon Bonaparte. Perfectly prepared specialties in this Michelin one-star restaurant include crab salad with a refined aspic, turbot flavoured with thyme and lemon and rack of lamb. Nearby serving traditional French fare is L’Auberge du Bonheur with a magnificent garden where refreshing salads and grilled meats are served. Classics on the menu include FEASTING IN THE WILD WOODS B Y PA T R I C I A V A L I C E N T I GOURMET La Grande Cascade snails from Burgundy and fresh cod. The building with its Normandy-style architecture was frequented by Napoleon III and his entourage. This month the roses are in full bloom in the gardens of the Parc de Bagatelle where peacocks roam and flowers emerge in profusion around a belvedere. At the Les Jardins de Bagatelle restaurant, located in the park, excellent classic French food is served and while the menu can change with the seasons, dishes can include marinated salmon or a delicious homemade foie gras for a refreshing starter. It’s also a great place just to sip some champagne. In the heart of the children’s amusement park, the Jardin d’Acclimatation, the Pavillon des Oiseaux serves delightful lunches and a fine buffet brunch on Sundays featuring miniature crepes, smoked salmon, eggs and bacon, a host of salads and a children’s menu, all followed by a dessert-laden buffet table. Festively located on the Bois de Boulogne’s largest lake is the Chalet des Iles serving delicious fare in a summer boat outing atmosphere. There are plenty of fish dishes on the agenda including tartar of sea bass and Provence-style sea bream. The restaurant also features a children’s menu. W H E R E PA R I S Brunch at the Pavillon des Oiseaux
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  • 69. GOURMET SER VICE AT YOUR FINGER TIPS AROUNDLOUVRE &PALAISROYAL(1st ,2nd ) AU COIN DES GOURMETS  CAMBODIAN VIETNAMESELAOTIAN €€. A very popular restaurant run by the charming Ta family, serving excellentAsianfood.TheVietnameseraviolimay be the best in town. Reasonable prices, good wines. Mon-Sat L&D. 38 rue du Mont-Thabor (1st ), 01.42.60.79.79. Mº Concorde AUX LYONNAIS  BISTRO €€. A beautiful 1890 bistro now co-owned by superchef Alain Ducasse, offering spiffed-up and modernized Lyon specialties: baked eggs with crawfish, roast chickenwithmushrooms,tomatoesandonionsin vinegarglaze.Tue-FriL&D,SatD.32 rue St-Marc (2nd) ,01.42.96.65.04. M° Richelieu-Drouot BEEF CLUB  BISTRO €€€. As its name implies this bistro serves fine beef and meat dishes. Sumptuous cuts of beef are served baked or grilled and the burgers are served on a homemade bun. Starters include oysters, beef marrow and asparagus. Daily D only. 58 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1st ), 09.54.37.13.65. M° Etienne Marcel BISTRO VOLNAY  BISTROT €€€). Good, authenticFrenchfoodinarelaxed,friendlysetting with a first-rate wine list including an excellent value Volnay. The cheese tray is superb and generously served. Mon-Fri L&D. 8 rue Volney (2nd ), 01.42.61.06.65. Mº Opéra BISTROTRICHELIEUCLASSICFRENCH€€).This bistrowithaninvitingterraceservesuptraditional French fare. Typical classics like onion soup and snailsfromBurgundycanbesavouredforstarters. Be tempted by the breast of duck in fig sauce or the sea bass in basil cream. Continuous service 9am-11:30pm. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D only. 45 rue deRichelieu(1st ),01.42.60.19.16.MºPalaisRoyal DJAKARTA BALI  INDONESIAN €. An excellent restaurant run by a charming, English-speaking brother-and-sister team. Try lumpia (deep-fried spring rolls), or ayam jahe (chicken caramelized in ginger). Tue-Sun L&D. 9 rue Vauvilliers (1st ), 01.45.08.83.11. Mº Louvre-Rivoli GOUSTGOURMET€€€.Locatedonthefirstfloor ofaNapoleonIIImansion,thisone-starrestaurant near the Place Vendôme offers gastronomic Mediterranean-style cuisine accompanied by first-rateservice.Themenuschangeregularlybut dishes can include tuna tartar with mango sauce or prawns with mushrooms. Tues-Sun. L&D. 10 rue Volney (2nd ), 01 40 15 20 30. M° Opéra KINUGAWA  JAPANESE €€€. Footsteps from the Place Vendôme, this mythical Japanese restauranthasbeenre-designedbythearchitects Gilles & Boissier. Chef Ozuru, formerly of Nobu Paris,preparesJapanesegastronomythatbrings togetherthetraditionalandthemodern.Mon-Sun L&D. 9 rue Mont Thabor (1st), 01.42.60.65.07. M° Tuileries LE BAUDELAIRE  MEDITERRANEAN €€€. At this one-star restaurant, opening onto a quiet patiointheBurgundyHotel,ChefPierreRigothier prepares seasonal products underscored by a menu that changes regularly while pastry chef Stéphane Tranchet prepares delicious desserts. L, Mon-Fri, D, Tues-Sat. 6-8 Rue Duphot (1st ), 01.42.60.34.12. Mº Madeleine LE COSTES  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. Très chic hotel restaurant with Napoleon III decor and plenty of attitude. The food’s okay but the star-studded scene’s the thing. Pretty interior patio. Daily B, L, D. 239 rue St-Honoré (1st ), 01.42.44.50.25. Mº Tuileries WILLI’S WINE BAR  BISTROT €€. This convivial establishment, popular with wine lovers, serves perfectlypreparedfreshseasonalfarefromamenu that changes daily. You can also dine at the long polished oak bar. The restaurant offers a diverse anddeliciousselectionofwinesservedbytheglass orbottle.Reservationsarestronglyrecommended. Mon-Fri, L&D, Sat, D only. 13 rue des Petits Champs(1st ),01.42.61.05.09.M°Pyramides LEGRANDVEFOURMODERNCLASSIC€€€€. Theopulenttwo-starrestaurantinthePalaisRoyal arcades that has been serving the Parisian beau mondesincethe1700s.AmongchefGuyMartin’s superb dishes are the foie gras ravioli with truffle jus. Mon-Fri L&D, Fri. L only. 17 rue de Beaujolais (1st ), 01.42.96.56.27. Mº Palais Royal LE LAMFÉ  CLASSIC FRENCH €.Serving traditional cuisine in a cosy ambiance with plenty of charm. Once you’ve settled in, the staff will suggestalistofstarterslikethebakedCamembert with thyme or the home-made foie gras from Les Landes. Refined appetizers, like a classic marrow bone, are followed by fine beef dishes including a noble rib steak. Tues-Sat L&D until 11pm. 7 rue des Prouvaires (1st ), 01.45.08.04.10. Mº Châtelet LE MEURICEALAIN DUCASSE  MODERN CLASSIC€€€€€. Astunning18th-centuryroom offersagastronomicmenufeaturingsumptuous 3-starcuisinethatchangeswiththeseasons.Daily B, L (except Sat), D. Hôtel Meurice, 228 rue de Rivoli (1st ), 01.44.58.10.44. Mº Tuileries LE LOUCHEBEM  BISTRO €. Located in the heart of the historic Les Halles district, this establishment is currently in the hands of the fourth generation of the same family. From the cooked ham on the bone to an authentic salad of pot au feu, everything here is homemade. Mon-SatL&D.31rueBerger(1st ),01.42.33.12.99. Mº Châtelet/Les Halles LERESTAURANTDUPALAISROYALGOURMET €€. Fine fare is prepared by the talented chef Eric Fontanini in this gastronomic restaurant overlooking the gardens of the Palais Royal. Seasonal cuisine and exceptional products are hallmarks of the menu, which changes regularly. Perfectly executed dishes from the classical repertoire can include Turbot Dugléré and breadedsweetbreads.Tues-SatL&D.110 galerie de Valois (1st ), 01.40.20.00.27. M° Bourse LE SOUFFLÉ  CLASSIC FRENCH €€. This is the place to taste one of France’s finest specialties, the souffle. Attentive service and superb quality await in this restaurant established in 1961. Faithfultotraditionalcuisine,inadditiontoover20 differentkindsofsouffles,aclassicFrenchmenuis proposed.Mon-SatL&D.36rueduMontThabor (1st ), 01.42.60.27.19. Mº Concorde PASSAGE53BISTRO€€€.JapanesechefShinichi Sato prepares superb French cuisine with a light Japanese touch using the finest of ingredients, like meat from Desnoyer. Located in the oldest covered arcade in town, this two-star restaurant offers an authentically Parisian experience. Tues-Sat. L&D. 53 passage des Panoramas (2nd ), 01.42.33.04.35. Mº Grands Boulevards LA TOUR DE MONTLHÉRYCHEZ DENISE  BISTRO €€). This traditional bistro serves up excellent, copious fare in the Les Halles neighbourhoodwherethecity’sgreatfoodmarket oncewas.Thechipsandterrinesarehouse-made, calf’s liver is done up English style and the beef is from the Limousin region of France. Mon-Fri L&D, open until 5am. 5 rue des Prouvaires (1st ), 01.42.36.21.82. M° Les Halles LEMARAIS(3rd ,4th ) DON JUAN II  GOURMET €€€€. The Don Juan II is filled with the charm and elegance of a great yacht,offeringadeliciouscruisethroughtheheart ofParis.Inacalmandluxuriousatmosphereenjoy the gastronomic cuisine of Guy Krenzer, who has been awarded the finest craftsman of France title. Daily D. Port Henri IV (4th ), 01.44.45.14.71. M° Sully-Morland GEORGES  WORLD CUISINE €€€. Trendy restaurant on the roof of the Pompidou Center, with surprisingly good world cuisine (crispy duck, swordfish with coriander), a space-age decor and a spectacular view. Wed-Mon L&D until 2 am. Reservations required. Centre Pompidou, level 6. Place Pompidou (4th ), 01.44.78.47.99. Mº Rambuteau L’AMBROISIE  HAUTE CUISINE €€€€€. In a beautiful 17th-century mansion in the Place des Vosges,media-shythree-starchefBernardPacaud isrenownedforsplendidrenditionsofdeceptively simple dishes such as lobster ravioli with truffles orlangoustinefeuillantinewithsesameandcurry. Fabulous foie gras. Tue-Sat L&D. 9 place des Vosges (4th ), 01.42.78.51.45. Mº St-Paul LE SERGENT RECRUTEUR  GOURMET €€€. This one-star restaurant serves market-based cuisine that changes on a daily basis. Meats of an exceptional quality, fresh-caught fish from the Loire River, homemade butter and a blend of coffeemadeespeciallyforthehouseareallonthe agenda. Tues-Sun L&D. 41 rue St-Louis-en-L’Ile (4th ), 01.43.54.75.43. M° Pont Marie MINIMES  BRASSERIE €€€. This brasserie in the Marais neighbourhood serves contemporary French cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere with an upstairs dining room offering a boudoir décor. Enjoy a classic foie gras or a fresh artichoke salad flavoured with truffle oil. Daily B, L&D. 36 rue de Turenne (3rd ), 01.42.71.36.70. M° Chemin Vert NOS ANCÊTRES LES GAULOIS  CLASSIC FRENCH €€. Dine in hearty, bountiful Gaulic splendourfitforafeast.Enjoytherusticdécorand tavernambiance,agreatboardandrousingguitar music.Daily,D,from7pm,L,Sat&Sunonly,noon- 3pm.39 rue St Louis en l’Ile (4th ), 01.46.33.66.07. Mº Pont Marie QUARTIERLATIN & SAINT-GERMAIN(5th ,6th ) ALCAZAR  BRASSERIE €€€. English restaurateur Terence Conran’s big, cool, noisy brasserie-bar, with contemporary French and Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. Check when booking that the restaurant will accept your credit card. B, L&D: Breakfast, lunch & dinner only. DINING [ A D D R E S S B O O K ] 72 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 70. For more detailed listings, go to wheretraveler.com/paris fusion dishes such as scallops with grapefruit and green papaya. Daily L&D until 1 am. 62 rue Mazarine (6th ), 01.53.10.19.99. Mº Odéon AU MOULIN À VENT  BISTRO €€. This charming bistro located in one of the oldest neighbourhoods inParisisknownforthequalityofitsSalersbeefand its specialties of the Beaujolais region. Among the authentic offerings are prime rib with Béarnaise sauce, calf’s liver and frog legs. A delightful dessert is the Baba au rhum. Valet parking. Tues–Fri L&D/ Sat D only. 20 rue des Fossés-St-Bernard (5th ), 01.43.54.99.37. M° Jussieu BREAKFAST IN AMERICA  AMERICAN €. For a traditional American diner serving classic burgers and breakfasts, including pancakes with real maple syrup. Daily 8:30 am-11 pm. 17 rue des Ecoles (5th ), 01.43.54.50.28. Mº Cardinal Lemoine CAFÉ DE FLORE  BISTROT €€. The legendary café made famous in the 1950s by Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and other Left Bank intellectuals. The atmosphere is still Parisian, the fare limited to (expensive) drinks and light snacks and traditional desserts. Daily 7:30 am-1:30 am. 172 blvd Saint-Germain (6th ), 01.45.48.55.26. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés CAFÉ DES DEUX MAGOTS  CAFÉ €€. The other legendary Left Bank café, still going strong long after its 1950s heyday. The corner location facing the church makes it slightly more touristy than the rival Café de Flore, and prices are equally high, but it remains an authentic Parisian favourite. Daily 7:30 am-1:30 am. 6 place Saint-Germain (6th ), 01.45.48.55.25. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés GUY MARTIN ITALIA  ITALIAN €€€. Antipasti, cold meats and marinated vegetables are delightful starters in this authentic Italian restaurant established by Guy Martin. Chef Fabrizio La Mantia prepares a safran risotto and roast swordfish to perfection. Daily L&D. 19 rue Bréa (6th ), 01.43.27.08.80. Mº Vavin HÉLÈNE DARROZE  SOUTHWESTERN FRENCH €€. Young chef Hélène Darroze serves up southwestern French specialties in this contemporary one-star restaurant. The casual ground floor Salon d’Hélène serves upscale tapas. Tue-Sat L&D. 4 rue d’Assas (6th ), 01.42.22.00.11. Mº Sèvres Babylone LA LOCANDA  ITALIAN €€. Rediscover favourite Italian classics from throughout the peninsula in this comfortable and chic restaurant in Saint Germain desPrés.Superbantipastidishesaswellaspasta“al dente” (home-made ravioli, lasagna and gnocchi). Fish and seafood direct from the sea and “tartufo” specialties every day. Excellent selection of Italian wines (Barolo, Brunello, Tignanello). Daily L&D. 8rueduDragon(6th ),01.45.44.12.53.M°StGermain des Prés LAPÉROUSE  GOURMET €€€. This elegant restaurant on the Seine serves finely prepared gastronomicFrenchcuisine.Startersincludecrayfish ravioliorfoiegraswith12spices.Anicemaincourse is the aged house steak. Private dining rooms may be reserved as well. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat, D only. 51quaidesGrandsAugustins(6th ),01.43.26.68.04. Mº St-Michel LATOURD’ARGENTCLASSICFRENCH€€€€€.A Parisinstitutionfromanotherera,nowwithonlyone star, but still offering its famous numbered pressed duckandanabsolutelymagicalviewofNotre-Dame. Tues-Sat L&D. 15-17 quai de la Tournelle (5th ), 01.43.54.23.31. Mº Maubert-Mutualité LATRUFFIÈRE  SOUTHWESTERN FRENCH €€€. Cozy one-star restaurant in a 17th-century vaulted cellarservingsouthwesternFrenchcuisine,including foie gras and black and white truffle dishes, and menus that change with the seasons. 2,400 bottle wine list. Tue-Sun L&D. 4 rue de Blainville (5th ), 01.46.33.29.82. Mº Place Monge LE MONTPARNASSE 1900  CLASSIC FRENCH €€. Sumptuous food in a sumptuous decor. A stunning Art Nouveau setting in this registered historicalmonumentsurroundsyouasyoudelightin a fine selection of grilled meats and finely prepared dishes. Daily L&D. 59 blvd Montparnasse (6th ), 01.45.49.19.00.MºMontparnasse-Bienvenue/Vavin SHINSEKI  JAPANESE €€. Enjoy classic Japanese food in an elegant Saint Germain setting. Sushi, sashimi, donburi and tempura are among the highlights on the menu and the salmon is organic. Excellent French wines are part of the dining experience. Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne upon presentation of this page. Mon- SatL&D.6rueMontfaucon(6th ),01.43.26.37.62.M° Mabillon/Odéon TAOKAN  CHINESE €€€. Contemporary Chinese gastronomy is served in this elegantly decorated restaurant. An excellent dim sum is among the offerings while starters include crispy shrimp rolls or peppery beef with a tasty herb salad. Main courses includewholesoleservedwithgingersoymarinade or duck in Hoisin sauce with dainty pancakes. Valet parkingavailable.Mon-SatL&D.8rueduSabot(6th ), 01.42.84.18.36. M° St-Sulpice ZE KITCHEN GALERIE  FUSION €€. Ze silly name aside, chef William Ledeuil’s chic restaurant offers excellent soups, marinated fish, pasta starters and main courses a la plancha. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat D. 4 rue des Grands-Augustins (6th ), 01.44.32.00.32. Mº St Michel AROUNDTHEEIFFELTOWER &LESINVALIDES(7th ) 58TOUREIFFELCLASSICFRENCH€€.Locatedon the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower this is a great place for a lunch or dinner while enjoying a breathtaking view. This restaurant proffers a chic picnic for lunch, among the offerings: seared salmon, Caesar salad and gourmet hamburgers (served until 5:30). Daily L&D. Champ de Mars (7th ), 08.25.56.66.62. Mº Ecole Militaire ARPEGE  CONTEMPORARY €€€€€. Three-star chef Alain Passard’s menu is now half vegetarian serving ravioli with vegetables, Cévennes onions with Parmesan, and his famous tomato dessert - though carnivores can find dishes like squab with sugaredalmonds.Mon-FriL&D.84 rue de Varenne (7th ), 01.47.05.09.06. Metro: Varenne JULES VERNE  HAUTE CUISINE €€€€. This gastronomic gem is a very expensive restaurant in theEiffelTowertakenoverbymultiple-starchefAlain Ducasse. The Jules Verne has been awarded one Michelin star. Treat yourself to “haute-cuisine” with the most spectacular view of Paris. Daily L&D. Eiffel Tower,2ndfloor(7th ),01.45.55.61.44.MºBir-Hakeim L’AMI JEAN  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. Don’t let the banal facade confuse you, this is a great choice for authentic French cooking. Chef Stéphane Jégo serves up generous portions of regional delicacies, with an accent on wild game, as well as delicious seafood platters. Tues-Sat L&D. 27 rue Malar (7th ), 01.47.05.86.89. Mº La Tour-Maubourg L’ATELIER DE JOEL ROBUCHON  BISTRO €€€. The 2-star lunch-counter restaurant of chef Joel Robuchon serves contemporary French dishes such as a foie gras burger. No reservations, and sometimes a long wait outside. Daily L&D until 11 pm. 5 rue Montalembert (7th ), 01.42.22.56.56. M° Rue du Bac LE BISTROT DU 7E  BISTRO €. A pleasant bistrot with a terrace serving traditional French cuisine at reasonableprices.Specialtiesinclude lobsterterrine andduckbreast,dinnerisbycandlelight.DailyL&D. 56blvddeLaTour-Maubourg(7th ),01.45.51.93.08. Mº La Tour Maubourg Key to dining prices per person for 3 courses without wine: € = 30€ or less, €€ = 31-50€, €€€ = 51-100€, €€€€ = 101-150€, €€€€€ = 150€ and above. HÉLÈNE DARROZE See this page LE RESTAURANT DU PALAIS ROYAL See page 72 DON JUAN II See page 72 TAOKAN See this page ©N.Buisson©FrancescaMantovani www.wheretraveler.com 73
  • 71. LE CAFÉ DE L’ALMA  CONTEMPORARY €€. Ensconced on the very Parisian Avenue Rapp this is a chic and convivial spot for a meal or a drink on the sereneoutdoorterrace.Themenufeaturestraditional and healthy French fare as well as light and simple dishes from Spain, Italy and the Asian continent. Daily, B, L, D, service until midnight. 5 ave Rapp (7th ), 01.45.51.56.74. Mº Alma-Marceau LES OMBRES  CONTEMPORARY €€€€. The spectacular glass-domed rooftop restaurant of Musée du Quai Branly, directly beneath the Eiffel Tower. Contemporary French with an exotic touch: foiegrasterrinewithmangochutney,roastlambwith gingerbread and zucchini ravioli. Daily L&D. 27 quai Branly (7th ), 01.47.53.68.00. Mº Alma-Marceau AROUNDTHECHAMPS-ELYSÉES(8th ) 114 FAUBOURG  BRASSERIE €€€. An elegant one-star establishment in the Bristol Hotel proffers superbcookingfromthree-starchefEricFrechonina delightfulduplexspace.Deliciousofferingsincludea rotisserie-roastedchickenandfordessertamillefeuille with salty caramel sauce. 7/7, L&D. 114 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ) , 01.53.43.44.44. Mº Miromesnil 39V  CONTEMPORARY €€€. This glamorous one- star restaurant, in the heart of the Golden Triangle, sports a modern, streamlined décor. The grilled langoustines in a light citrus sauce are excellent as is thecheesecake.Trythedeliciouswhitewinefromthe Greek island of Tinos. Valet parking in the evening. Mon-FriL&D.39 ave George V (8th ), 01.56.62.30.05. Mº George V APICIUS  CONTEMPORARY €€€€. The one-star restaurant of chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, offering a mix of (very expensive) modern and country cooking: lobster ravioli, potato charlotte with caviar. Mon-Fri L&D. 20 rue d’Artois (8th ), 01.43.80.19.66. Mº St-Philippe-du-Roule BATEAUXMOUCHES  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. Savour homemade duck foie gras with cocoa and ginger to start then try the turbot with vegetable tagliatelle from the Excellence dinner menu. Vegetariandishesareavailable,too.Dailydepartures for dinner at 8:30pm, Sat, Sun and public holidays for lunch at 1pm. Passengers must arrive prior to departure times. Port de la Conférence, Pont de l’Alma (8th ), 01.42.25.96.10. Mº Alma-Marceau CHEZ ANDRÉ  BISTRO €€.Superb, authentic bistro cuisinejuststepsawayfromtheChamps-Elysées.Enjoy solid traditional French food highlighting regional meats of France and the freshest of fish in a cosy setting.Daily,continuousserviceL&D.12rueMarbeuf (8th ),01.47.20.59.57.MºFranklinD.Roosevelt EPICURE  GOURMET €€€€€. The beautiful dining room looks out over the hotel’s French garden and is a perfect setting for three-star chef Eric Frechon’s remarkable cuisine and superb desserts by pastry chef Laurent Jeannin. Daily L&D. Hôtel Le Bristol, 112 rue du Fbg St-Honoré (8th ), 01.53.43.43.00. Mº Miromesnil FAUCHON LE CAFÉ  GOURMET €€. This temple to gastronomy is open all day and is a cosy yet sleek restaurantfeaturingfineandvariedfarefromfoiegras tovanillamillefeuilles.OfferingagreatviewofPlacede laMadeleine.Mon-Sat9am-midnight,B,L&D.Closed Sun. 30 Place de la Madeleine (8th ), 01.70.39.38.39. MºMadeleine LE 68 PAR GUY MARTIN  CLASSIC FRENCH €€. Tucked away downstairs in the historic Guerlain boutiqueisarestaurantburstingwithflavourfuldishes. The menu and restaurant have been conceived by starred chef Guy Martin and the dishes draw their inspiration from Guerlain’s famous fragrances. 7/7, continuous, B, L, D. 68 Champs-Elysées (8th ) 01.45.62.54.10. M° George V/Franklin D. Roosevelt L’ASTOR  GOURMET €€€. Chef Nicolas Clavier’s original and creative dishes include a foie gras and smoked eel delight or seabass in ceviche for starters followed by a snacked cod fish fillet or a Black Angus rib-steak Rossini as a main. Mon- Fri L&D. 11 rue d’Astorg (8th ), 01.53.05.05.20. Mº St-Augustin LECINQGOURMET€€€€€. ChefEricBriffardoffers wonderful dishes like purple sea urchin in creamy fennel broth and milk-fed lamb with Espelette pepper. Superbly aged cheeses and delectable desserts, like the Peruvian chocolate stuffed tart, follow in this 2-star establishment. Serious wine list, andfantasticflowersbyAmericanfloristJeffLeatham. Daily L&D. Four Seasons Hôtel George V, 31 ave George V (8th ), 01.49.52.70.00. Mº George V LA TABLE DU LANCASTER  FUSION €€€€. This delightful one-star establishment serves creative, light and elegant meals crafted by chef Julien Roucheteau whose seasonal menus revolve around a specific product. Dishes can include herb-roasted saddle of lamb for a starter followed by sole with chives. Mon-Fri L&D, Sat-Sun D. Hôtel Lancaster, 7 rue de Berri (8th ), 01.40.76.40.18. Mº George V LE PICHET DE PARIS  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. This quintessential Parisian eating establishment serves classic French fare in a warm setting. Specialities include superb seafood, perfectly prepared fish dishes like fresh cod with olive oil and basil and rack of lamb. Homemade pastries are featured on the dessertmenu.Mon-Fri,L&D,Sat,Donly.68ruePierre Charron (8th ), 01.43.59.50.34. Mº George V LE SAFRAN  GOURMET €€€. Fine French gastronomyandinternationalcuisineisservedinthe Art Deco ambiance of this restaurant located inside the Hôtel du Collectionneur. The menu revolves aroundtheseasons.ThepianoisplayedonSaturday evenings and Sunday brunch comes complete with freeentertainmentforchildren.DailyL&D.51-57rue de Courcelles (8th ), 01.58.36.67.97. M° Courcelles MAISONBLANCHECONTEMPORARY€€€€.Chef HervéNeppleservescuisineforthesenses,inventive, savoury and refined fare. Located on the 7th floor of the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, the restaurant with its garden terrace overlooks the Eiffel Tower. Mon-Fri L&D/Sat-Sun D. 15 ave Montaigne (8th ), 01.47.23.55.99. Mº Alma Marceau RATN  INDIAN €€€. Since 1976, the Bhalla family, originallyfromNewDelhi,excelsintheIndianMoghol gastronomy and invites you to discover the fine Moghol specialties in tandoori and curries. A place where you can experience India for it’s traditions and culinary art. Recommended by Gault Millau and Pudlo. Open daily L&D. 9 rue de la Trémoille (8th ), 01.40.70.01.09. Mº George V SANTOORINDIAN€.Just off the Champs-Elysées, a restaurant specializing in traditional Indian food including tandoori and curries. Mon-Sat L&D, Sun D only. 30 rue Marbeuf (8th ), 01.42.56.33.18. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt SAVYBRASSERIE€€.Apopulartableforjournalists, fashion designers and show business people, this establishment offers authentic and traditional French cuisine in a 1930’s art deco decor. The house specialty is Aubrac beef and the house has a fine selection of vintage millesimes wines. Mon-Fri, B, L&D. 23 rue Bayard (8th ), 01.47.23.46.98. M° Franklin D. Roosevelt ZENGARDENCHINESE€€.Theinteriorisdesigned to resemble a Chinese pagoda with an eight-metre high tower and 30 Buddhas, a plethora of hanging plants, numerous water fountains, wind chimes and porcelain vases. The relaxing atmosphere is perfect for savouring gastronomic Chinese cuisine. Daily L&D. 15 rue Marbeuf (8th ), 01.53.23.82.82. M° George V AROUNDOPÉRAGARNIER &PIGALLE (9th ,10th ,18th ) BOUILLON CHARTIER  CLASSIC FRENCH €. The mythical Parisian eatery where you share a table with students, artists or elegant businessmen. There is a daily set menu but each day enjoy classics like hard- boiled eggs with mayonnaise or grated carrots to start followed by a hearty choucroute or chopped steak with chips. Daily continuous service L&D. 7 rue fbg Montmartre (9th ), 01.47.70.86.29. Mº Grands Boulevards CAFÉ DE LA PAIX  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. This classic Parisian institution with its decor of painted ceiling,pillarsandmuralsisanelegantplacetowatch theworldgobyovercoffee,lightmealsordrinksfrom itsterraces.Finefareisfeaturedintherestaurant.On Sundays enjoy one of the biggest buffet brunches in Paris with jazz and a special space for children, availablefromnoonto3:30pm.DailyB,L&D. 5place de l’Opéra (9th ), 01.40.07.36.36. Mº Opéra LE CAFÉ POUCHKINE  CAFÉ €. This delightful tea salon, the Paris branch of the famous Moscow establishment, located in the Printemps department store serves and sells traditional Russian pastries and sweets in a beautiful décor. Excellent hot chocolate and authentic Russian beverages are all on the agenda.Mon-Satcontinuous.64blvdHaussmann(9th ), 01.42.82.43.31.M°Havre-Caumartin LE LUMIÈRE  GOURMET €€€. Enjoy lunch, dinner or tea beneath a magnificent glass roof in this lovely place. There are champagne and cheese trolleys and the dessert trolley filled with traditional French pastrieslikeéclairsandmillefeuillesisafineendingto amealandagoodreasontostopinforhightea.Daily L&D.Hôtel Scribe,1 rue Scribe (9th ), 01.44.71.74.20. Mº Opéra APICIUS See this page Reservations for most restaurants are strongly advised. Check when booking that the restaurant will accept your credit card. B, L&D: Breakfast, lunch & dinner only. [ A D D R E S S B O O K ] GOURMET SER VICE AT YOUR FINGER TIPS 74 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 72. For more dining destinations , go to wheretraveler.com/paris L’OPERA RESTAURANT  CONTEMPORARY €€€. Located at the opera house, this restaurant with a contemporary decor of white and red, offers up a great view of the famous opera neighbourhood. Young chef Yann Tanneau serves traditional dishes with a twist and changes his menu regularly though keeping the house dessert, l’Opera. Daily B, L&D 7am-midnight. Palais Garnier, place Jacques Rouché (9th ), 01.42.68.86.80. Mº Opéra WEPLER  BRASSERIE €. Superb seafood platters, French onion soup, homemade ice-cream and pastries are just some of the classic delights at this Parisian landmark nestled near Montmartre and Pigalle.Daily8am12:30am.14PlacedeClichy(18th ), 01.45.22.53.24. Mº Place de Clichy AROUNDBASTILLE(11th ,12th ) BLUEELEPHANTTHAI€€€. AuthenticThaicuisine in a setting of lush plants, orchids and a waterfall. Weekly arrivals of herbs, spices, fruits and other goods direct from Bangkok. The team of Thai chefs prepares jumbo shrimp soup with lemon grass and lamb Massamam among other specialties. 7/7 L& D, Sun brunch & D. 43-45 rue de la Roquette (11th ), 01.47.00.42.00. Mº Bastille SEPTIME  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. Traditional French fare featuring inventive market-based cuisinefromthetalentedBertrandGrébautisonthe agendahere.Enjoyselectiveproduceandproducts like the Banka trout from the Basque country with lentilsandcorianderinarelaxedatmosphere.Tues- Fri L, D, Mon D only. 80 rue de Charonne (11th ), 01.43.67.38.29. Mº Charonne L’EPICERIE SAINTSABIN  SOUTHWESTERN FRENCH €€. You can enjoy savoury specialities from the southwest of France in this cosy restaurant in the Bastille neighbourhood. Continuous service Tues, Wed 10am-8pm, Thurs 10am-9pm, Fri 10am-10pm, Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-2pm. 13 rue Saint-Sabin (11th ), 09.67.29.89.33. Mº Bastille/ Breguet Sabin LES GRANDES MARCHES  BRASSERIE €€.A new ownership and a new décor have come to this pillar of the Place de la Bastille. The establishment serves up traditional French fare and superb seafood platters. Tuck into a tasty French onion soup or foie gras to start, followed by cod fillet in a lemon butter sauceoraprimecutofbeef.DailyB,L&D.6placede la Bastille (12th ), 01.43.42.90.32. Mº Bastille LE TRAIN BLEU  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. A magnificent, mirrored Belle Epoque restaurant in theGaredeLyontrainstationservingclassicFrench fare including lobster salad with artichokes, sole meunière and steak tartare. Daily B, L&D. Gare de Lyon, Place Louis Armand (12th ), 01.43.43.09.06. Mº Gare de Lyon AROUNDMONTPARNASSE (13th ,14th ,15th ) LE BAR À HUÎTRES  SEAFOOD €€€. This is the place to go for fabulous seafood platters, finely prepared fresh fish dishes and one of the best and most eclectic selections of oysters in the French capital. Main course dishes include French sea bass, lobster from Brittany and filet of beef. Daily, noon-midnight. 112 blvd Montparnasse (14th ), 01.43.20.71.01. Mº Vanvin LE CIEL DE PARIS  GOURMET €€€. Discover Paris fromthe56thflooroftheMontparnassetower.With a breathtaking view, enjoy one of their foie gras offerings or try the delicious seafood. Alternatively, optforaglassofbubblyorachampagnecocktailin their Champagne Bar. Daily L&D. 33 ave du Maine (15th ), 01.40.64.77.64. Mº Montparnasse LE GASTROQUET  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. This cosy comfortable restaurant serves up delicious traditional French cuisine. You can sample some brinyoystersforstartersorasaladofcoquillesSaint- Jacques. Main courses include sautéed turbot and veal liver in a candied lemon sauce. The iced mousse whiskey and Baileys is an original dessert choice. Mon-Sat L&D. 10 rue Desnouettes (15th ), 01.48.28.60.91.MºConvention/PortedeVersailles LE QUINZIEME  FUSION €€€. One-star star chef Cyril Lignac’s restaurant serves a market-based cuisine of deliciously prepared classics. All inclusive discovery, tasting and champagne menus are also ontheagenda.Tues-FriL&D,SatD. 14rueCauchy, (15th ), 01.45.54.43.43. Mº Javel TROCADÉRO&PORTEMAILLOT (16th ,17th ) BON  FUSION €€€. Asian inspiration and international influences abound in this restaurant styledlikeaprivatehomeanddecoratedbyPhilippe Starck. Enjoy spicy vegetables, a wide selection of rolls,oraDimSumforstartersthenmoveontoblack codorsoletempura.DailyL&D.25ruedelaPompe (16th ), 01.40.72.70.00. Mº La Muette CRISTAL ROOM BACCARAT  MODERN CLASSIC €€€. A restaurant in the palatial headquarters of the crystal manufacturer, serving rich modern cuisine:lobsterthermidor,dessertravioliwithcocoa, parmesan and raisins. Mon-Sat L&D, reservations only. 11 pl des Etats-Unis (16th ), 01.40.22.11.10. Mº Boissière LE GRAND BISTRO SAINT FERDINAND  BISTRO €€. This family-style bistro specialises in an all- inclusive menu with aperitif, starter, main course, dessert, coffee and bottle of wine for two. Oysters, foie gras, wild sole and duckling from Challans are allontheagenda.DailyL&D.275blvdPereire(17th ), 01.45.74.33.32. M° Porte Maillot JAMIN  CLASSIC FRENCH €€. The legendary Parisianrestaurantisenjoyingarenaissance,serving fine food in warm surroundings complemented by welcoming service all of which has earned it two Michelin forks. Alain and David welcome you to enjoy a market-oriented menu. Highlights include authentic snails from Burgundy and blanquette, traditionalrichFrenchvealstew.Reservationshighly recommended.Mon-FriL&D,Sat,Donly. 32ruede Longchamp (16th ), 01.45.53.00.07. Mº Trocadéro L’AUBERGE DAB  CLASSIC FRENCH €€€. Ample leather wall seats, bay windows, salmon drapes make for a most comfortable dining experience. Start off with some snails from Burgundy or a crab and endive salad seasoned with curry followed by the duck breast in honey and spices. Daily L&D. 161 ave de Malakoff (16th ), 01.45.00.32.22. Mº Porte Maillot MONSIEUR BLEU  CONTEMPORARY €€. This restaurant serves excellent French contemporary fare as well as international dishes. Well-prepared French dishes include steak tartare, frogs’ legs with garlic and parsley and calf’s liver flavoured with pomegranate juice. Tucked inside the Palais de Tokyo its terrace has splendid views of the Eiffel Tower. Daily, continuous from 12pm to 2am. 20 ave duPresidentWilson(16th ),01.47.20.90.47.M°Iéna SHANG PALACE  CHINESE €€€€. This one-star restaurant in the Shangri-La hotel serves authentic Chinesecuisineinspiredbytheculinarytraditionsof southeast China. The art of Cantonese fine dining comes to life in the main room and three private dining rooms. Thurs-San, L&D. 10 ave d’Iéna (16th ), 01.53.67.19.92. Mº Iéna Key to dining prices per person for 3 courses without wine: € = 30€ or less, €€ = 31-50€, €€€ = 51-100€, €€€€ = 101-150€, €€€€€ = 150€ and above. LE CAFÉ DE L’ALMA See page 74 LES GRANDES MARCHES See this page LE BAR A HUÎTRES See this page LE CIEL DE PARIS See this page www.wheretraveler.com 75
  • 73. 76 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S ENTERTAINMENT BY SANDRA ISKANDER In the 70s, the Saints Pères nightclub was the club to head to after midnight, with a list of who’s who that frequented the Saint- Germain hot spot, including Orson Welles, Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin. Today, the mythical space is back and is fast-becoming the French capital’s hottest club to party the evening away at. Thursday to Saturday, 11.30pm to 5am 10 rue des Saints-Pères (7th) LES SAINTS PERES
  • 74. www.wheretraveler.com 77 [ E N T E R TA I N M E N T ] ROLANDGARROSSTADIUMPHOTO©FFT;THEATREDESABESSESPHOTO©BIRGIT THEATRE DE LA VILLE This historic venue in the heart of Paris was directed by Sarah Bernhardt for 25 years. Its facade by Gabriel Davioud is a listed historic monument. Jun 21, 23 & 25-27 at 8:30pm & Jun 22, 29 at 5pm Palermo Palermo, landmark work choreographed by Pina Bausch shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall. 35€. For tickets and full schedule visit www.theatredelaville.com. 2 place du Châtelet (4th), 01.42.74.22.77. M° Châtelet THEATRE DES ABBESSES Jun 10-14 at 8:30pm Jim, an energetic work drawing inspiration from Jim Morrison by the Portuguese choreographer and dancer Paulo Ribeiro. 22-26€. For tickets and full schedule visit www.theatredelaville-paris.com. 31 rue des Abbesses, (18th), 01.42.74.22.77. M° Abbesses DANCE Théâtre des Abbesses CHATEAU DE VERSAILLES Jun 7, 14, 21, 28 at 6pm & Jun 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 at 3pm La voie de l’écuyer opus 2014, a spectacular show created by Bartabas with the Versailles Equestrian Academy featuring fencing on horseback, improvisation and other surprises. Jun 1, 15, 22, 28-29 at 11:15 am Les Matinales, dressage lessons performed by the Academy’s riders with their mounts. 25€ adults, 16€ children under 12. Tickets at FNAC: www.fnac.com Manège de la Grande Ecurie, Chateau of Versailles, 08.92.68.18.91. RER C Versailles Chateau Rive Gauche. HIPPODROME D’AUTEUIL Jun 1, 8, 11-12, gates open at 11am and the steeplechase races begin shortly after 1pm. Enjoy a delightful meal and races at one of Paris’s famous race tracks. This track is devoted to obstacle races. Free day care. Riding lessons for children, Sun at 1:30pm. Admission: 4-8€. Lunch and dinner reservations: 08.25.03.01.01. Tickets at the track or FNAC. www.france-galop.com Route d’Auteuil aux Lacs (16th), 01.40.71.47.47. M° Porte d’Auteuil-Hippodrome HIPPODROME DE PARIS VINCENNES Jun 7 for day races & Jun 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 27 for evening races. Enjoy lunch or dinner (when there are evening races) during the races in a panoramic restaurant at one of Paris’s famous racetracks. Reservations recommended for meals which range from 32-110€. 2 route de la Ferme (12th), 01.49.77.17.17. RER A to Joinville-le-Pont ROLAND GARROS Grand Slam tennis at the French Open played out on this clay court paradise through Jun 9. Great matches, superb restaurant and a beautiful venue for one of the sport’s most prestigious events. For tickets and schedules go to http://rolandgarros.fft-tickets.com. 2 ave Gordon Bennett Paris (16th), 01.47.43.48.00. M° Porte d’Auteuil ROLLERS FRIDAY NIGHTS Every Friday starting at 10:00pm (best to show up 15 minutes early), some 12,000 rollerbladers glide through the city streets, covering a 15 mile (24-km) circuit in three hours. Though Pari Roller welcomes anyone who can brake and control their skates, amateurs should note that the pace is fast and the route tricky in places. Free. Start and finish is on the terrace in front of the Gare Montparnasse. www.pari-roller.com Place Raoul Dautry (15th), 01.43.36.89.81. M° Montparnasse-Bienvenue ROLLERS SUNDAY AFTERNOONS Beginner rollerbladers might be happier with the more relaxed Sunday afternoon skate run by Rollers & Coquillages, departing from the Place de la Bastille at the blvd Bourdon at 2:30 pm. Free. Place de la Bastille (12th). M° Bastille SPORT Roland Garros
  • 75. 78 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 TENNISBALLSPHOTO©2014THINKSTOCK–ISTOCK-ICONARTS W H E R E PA R I S EGLISE DE LA MADELEINE Jun 24 at 8:30pm Mozart, Requiem/Solemn Vespers of the Confessor with orchestra and soloists under the direction of Till Aly. 20-40€. Tickets at the church the day of the concert or bookings at www.fnac.com or www.concerts-sveto.com. Place de la Madeleine (8th), 01.42.64.83.16. M° Madeleine CLASSICAL CHATEAU DE VERSAILLES Jun 5 at 8pm Amadigi, Handel’s 3-act magic- filled opera telling the tale of a pair of lovers whose idyll is threatened by a magician and the Prince of Thrace Dardanus. 45-140€. Jun 14 at 9pm & Jun 15 at 4pm & 7pm Dido and Aeneas, Henry Purcell’s 3-act tragedy recounting the love story of the Queen of Carthage and the Trojan hero. 45-140€. For full programme and reservations www.chateauversailles-spectacles.fr. Ave Rockefeller, 01.30.83.78.89. RER C to Versailles Rive Gauche OPERA BASTILLE Jun 2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 17, 20 at 7:30pm La Traviata, Verdi’s 3-act opera revolving around Violetta Valéry a courtesan on the verge of dying. 5-195€. Jun 3-4, 6 at 7:30pm & Jun 8 at 2:30pm George Balanchine, Benjamin Millepied, works by Bizet and Ravel featuring the choreography of the historic artistic director of the New York City Ballet and Millepied who trained there. 5-110€. Full programme visit www.operadeparis.fr. 120 rue de Lyon (12th), 08.92.89.90.90. M° Bastille OPERA COMIQUE Built in 1783 on the grounds of the property of the Duke of Choiseul, just off the Boulevard des Italiens, this gorgeous theatre was decorated by the most famous artists of La Belle Epoque: Gervex, Merson, Flameng, Maignan and Constant. Jun 13-14 at 8pm & Jun 15 at 3pm Robert Le Cochon et les Kidnappeurs, this new creation recounts the kidnapping of a wolf and how a pig, a frog and the moon try to set him free. 6-50€. For tickets, reservations and full programme go to www.opera-comique.com. Place Boieldieu (2nd), 08.25.01.01.23. M° Richelieu-Drouot OPERA GARNIER Jun 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29 at 7:30pm Dances at a Gathering/Psyché, two delicate and enchanting works choreographed respectively by Jerome Robbins and Alexei Ratmansky. 10-130€. For additional information and reservations visit www.operadeparis.fr. Palais Garnier, Place de l’Opéra (9th), 08.92.89.90.90. M° Opéra THEATRE DES CHAMPS-ELYSEES Jun 10 at 8pm The Italian Girl in Algiers, Rossini’s opera buffa in 2 acts set in a seaside palace. 5-110€. Jun 13 at 8pm La scala di seta, Rossini’s 1-act comic farce filled with melody and appealing characters. 5-95€. Jun 14 at 8pm Fidelio, Beethoven’s 2-act opera set in 18th century Spain. Tickets and reservations at www. theatrechampselysees.fr. 15 ave Montaigne (8th) Tickets and reservations call 01.49.52.50.50. M° Alma-Marceau OPERA & BALLET SALLE PLEYEL Jun 6 at 8pm Krystian Zimerman, the pianist performs a selection of Beethoven’s sonatas. 10-100€. Jun 11-12 at 8pm Orchestre de Paris, under the direction of Yutaka Sado with the pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet and the harpist Xavier de Maistre performs Chabrier, Saint-Saëns, Glière and Tchaikovsky. 10-60€. Jun 25 at 8pm Orchestre de Paris, under the direction of Gianandrea Noseda and with Sergey Khachatryan on the violin performs Liszt, Bruch and Respighi. 10-60€. For full programme and on-line ticket purchases visit www.sallepleyel.fr. 252 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré (8th) 01.42.56.13.13. M° Ternes THEATRE DES CHAMPS-ELYSEES Jun 3 at 8pm Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, under the direction of Christian Zacharias who also performs on the piano, perform Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. 5-55€. Jun 16-19 & Jun 21 at 8pm & Jun 22 at 5pm The Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra, performs works by Bizet, Brahms, Liszt and Tchaikovsky among others. Jun 20 at 8pm David Fray, the pianist performs Bach and Beethoven. 5-65€. 5-75€. For full programme visit www.theatrechampselysees.fr. 15 ave Montaigne (8th) 01.49.52.50.50. M° Alma-Marceau How to become Parisian in one hour? A D V E R T O R I A L AstouristsorexpatsinParis therearesomequirkswe haveallnoticedamongthe Parisians,thewaytheymarch totheirdestinations,their constantpoutingandthe waytheyorderatrestaurants. OlivierGiraud,thevery talentedandhandsome comedian,hastoo,noticed thattheParisiansareunique intheirbehaviour,andhas decidedtobringallthose idiosyncrasiestolight. BorninBordeaux,Olivier movedtoParistostudy hotelmanagementandafter graduatinghemovedto theUnitesStateswherehe managedarestaurantofa 5-starhotel.Afterfouryears, andmanysoul-searching nights,hedecidedtoreturn toFranceandfollowhis realdreamofbecominga comedian. 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  • 77. 80 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 TRIANONPHOTO©FRANCKBOHBOT CAFE UNIVERSEL Located near the Latin Quarter, this jazz club is a welcoming and intimate setting where the programme changes nightly. Vocal jam sessions are held every Tuesday night. Free concerts are held at 9pm. For full programme go to www.myspace.com/cafeuniversel. 267 rue Saint Jacques (5th), 01.43.25.74.20. RER Luxembourg/Port Royal CAVEAU DE LA HUCHETTE This club in a vaulted cellar in the heart of the Latin Quarter has been showcasing fine jazz music for the past six decades. The spot is rife with history, a Masonic lodge in the 18th century, the Knights Templar held meetings at this location in the Middle Ages. Shows change regularly, check website for details. Sun-Thurs entrance fee 12€, Fri-Sat and holiday eves 14€, drinks, 5-8€. www.caveaudelahuchette.fr. 5 rue de la Huchette (5th), 01.43.26.65.05. M° St-Michel DUC DES LOMBARDS One of Paris’ oldest jazz clubs magnificently renovated by Andrée Putman’s collaborator, the talented Elliot Barnes. The decor is completely modern but the inspiration comes from the past as Elliot Barnes based his designs on the rarely played Duke Ellington song, Black Brown Beige. The Duc is now known as the House of Jazz. Daily performances, live recordings and a healthy mix of jazz man jams make this the address for Jazz. An all-natural menu is also served continuously. Jun 5-7 at 8pm & 10pm Omer Klein. 30€. Jun 19-20 at 8pm & 10pm Alfredo Rodriguez. 28€. Jun 26-28 at 8pm & 10pm Eli Degibri. 30€. For full programme and reservations go to www.ducdeslombards.com. 42 rue des Lombards (1st), 01.42.33.22.88. M° Châtelet JAZZ CLUB ETOILE A true temple to jazz since it opened two decades ago, the club has welcomed the likes of Count Basie, B.B. King, Cab Calloway and Lionel Hampton. In addition to a rich program beginning every night at 10pm, new talents are on the bill every Monday evening, and on Sundays enjoy a jazz-filled brunch. Sushi menu from 5:30pm-10pm, interior courtyard garden and fabulous cocktails. Apéro Jazz cocktail time Tuesday nights from 7:30pm to 10:30pm features a pianist and vocalist. Jun 7 The Desktops Motown Revue. Jun 13-14 Rhoda Scott Quintet. Jun 26-28 Ellen Birath & The Swingin’ Lovers. Check website for complete programme www.jazzclub-paris.com. 81 blvd Gouvion Saint-Cyr (17th), 01.40.68.30.42. M° Porte Maillot JAZZ CLUBS L’OLYMPIA The legendary music hall of Bruno Coquatrix. Jun 2 at 8pm Cliff Richard. 67.50-150€. Jun 23 at 8pm Joe Satriani. 51-111.50€. Jun 26 at 8pm Chicago. 56.50-111.50€. Jun 28 at 8pm George Benson. 73-150€. Jun 29 at 7pm & Jun 30 at 8pm Jack White. 42.90-49.50€. For full programme see www.olympiahall.com. Tickets at FNAC: www.fnac.com or call 08.92.39.04.90. 28 blvd des Capucines (9th), 08.92.68.33.68. M° Opéra LA CIGALE Built in 1887 as a theatre, this historical monument served as a cabaret. Jean Cocteau then took it over and in the 40s it became a cinema house. In 1987, Philip Starck transformed the aging theatre into a multi-purpose venue that hosts some of the most avant-garde artists. Jun 12 at 7:30pm Graham Parker & The Rumour. 45.50-62€. Jun 30 at 7:30pm George Benson. 62-139€. Full programme www.lacigale.fr. 120 blvd Rochechouart (18th), 01.49.25.81.75. M° Anvers LE ZENITH Launched over 25 years ago, this theatre has become a mythical venue for fine music. Jun 5-7 at 8pm Shakaponk. 36-45€. Full schedule and programme at www.zenith-paris.com. Tickets at FNAC: www.fnac.com 08.92.68.36.22. Parc de la Villette, 211 ave Jean Jaurès (19th). M° Porte de Pantin LES FOLIES BERGÈRE This historic showcase for everything from the exotic to the classic has remained a landmark Parisian music hall for over a century. It was here in the 1920’s that Josephine Baker became an overnight sensation. Jun 4 at 8pm Earth, Wind & Fire. 44.50-89.50€. For tickets and reservations call 08.92.68.16.50. www.foliesbergere.com. 32 rue Richer (9th). M° Cadet STADE DE FRANCE Jun 13 at 7:30pm The Rolling Stones. 67.50-150€. Jun 20-21 at 6pm One Direction. 50.80-89.30€. www.stadedefrance.com. Tickets at FNAC: www.fnac.com 08.92.39.04.90; ZAC du Cornillon Nord Saint Denis (93) 0892.700.900. M° Saint Denis-Porte de Paris. RER B La Plaine Stade de France. RER D Stade de France-Saint Denis THEATRE LE TRIANON One of the capital’s mythical venues. Re-built in 1902, after a devastating fire, it was a favourite haunt of Jacques Brel who wrote some of his lyrics there. Jun 5 at 8pm Flying Lotus. 35€. Jun 10 at 8pm The Kooks. 34€. Jun 18 at 8pm Mobb Deep. 39.60€. For tickets and reservations visit www.fnac.com. 80 blvd Rochechouart (18th), 01.44.92.78.03. M° Anvers ROCK, POP, HIP HOP Trianon [ E N T E R TA I N M E N T ]
  • 78. 82 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S LE BAR The Left Bank hotel where Oscar Wilde died is a trendy spot for a cocktail. Redecorated with a voluptuous decor by designer Jacques Garcia. 13 rue des Beaux-Arts (6th), 01.44.41.99.00. Mº St-Germain-des-Prés BAR LE BAUDELAIRE Discover a host of creative cocktails beneath a ceiling fresco evoking “The Flowers of Evil”, Charles Baudelaire’s masterpiece. The bar offers 50 different champagnes and 40 Cognacs. Daily from 5pm-1am. 6-8 Rue Duphot (1st), 01.42.60.34.12. Mº Madeleine BUDDHA BAR This trend-setting cocktail bar and restaurant attracts both fashionistas and curious tourists, with a giant golden Buddha presiding over the scene and service that’s cooler-than-thou. 8 rue Boissy d’Anglas (8th), 01.53.05.90.00. Mº Concorde LA CLOSERIE DES LILAS The bar of this mythical place remains magical. Thankfully some things don’t change. Enjoy the piano player, the best Daiquiri in Paris and being yourself. 171 blvd du Montparnasse (6th), 01.40.51.34.50. Mº Vavin or RER Port-Royal DOOBIES A trendy restaurant/bar where you have to ring the doorbell to get in. Tues-Sat from 7:30 pm; Fri & Sun from 12 pm. 2 rue Robert Estienne (8th), 01.53.76.10.76. Mº Franklin D. Roosevelt EXPERIMENTAL COCKTAIL BAR fun bar hidden in the heart of the 2nd arrondissement where you can enjoy delicious cocktails and cool music. 37 rue Saint Sauveur (2nd), 01.45.08.88.09. Mº Sentier HARRY’S NEW YORK BAR This landmark establishment is a fine place to enjoy drinks at the roomy and friendly bar. The traditional cocktail spot also serves up live piano music starting at 10pm. 5 rue Daunou (2nd), 01.42.61.71.14. Mº Opéra HOTEL COSTES BAR This chic bar and lounge is an ideal and pricey Parisian spot for people watching. The décor is sumptuous as are the cocktails and the very fine champagne list. 239 rue St-Honoré (1st), 01.42.44.50.00. Mº Tuileries PARK HYATT PARIS VENDOME BAR This bar serves a wide variety of refreshments including nine champagnes by the glass and 70 different whiskies and house cocktails. Nibble on tapas prepared by Jean-François Rouquette. 2pm-2am. 5 rue de la Paix (2nd), 01.58.71.12.34. Mº Opéra PRESCRIPTION COCKTAIL CLUB This clubby bar is excellent for delicious and original cocktails. The hot spot offers cool music, friendly staff and tequila. 23 rue Mazarine (6th), 01.45.08.88.09. Mº Mabillon LE ROSEBUD This bar in the heart of Montparnasse has been a favourite haunt for a drink for decades. The cocktails are generous and served in a 1930’s ambiance. 7pm-2am. 11bis rue Delambre (14th), 01.43.35.38.54. Mº Vavin LA VUE A stunning view is to be had by all from the 33rd floor of the Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile hotel, perched on the western edge of Paris. Sit back into the stunning décor highlighted by designer Pier Luigi Copat’s majestic chandelier and sip your drink in a refined ambiance overlooking the city and its lights. 3 place du Général Koenig (17th),01.40.68.12.34. Mº Porte Maillot W HOTEL BAR This recently renovated bar has moved up to the first floor of the hotel and is where fashionistas and socialites gather to mingle. The cocktail menu features classic drinks as well as original cocktails including the house cocktail, The Spark. 4 rue Meyerbeer (9th), 01.77.48.94.94. Mº Opéra/Chaussée d’Antin-Lafayette BARS DOKHAN CHAMPAGNE BAR A stunning hotel bar replete with Louis Vuitton elevator, artwork by Picasso and candlelight features a fine selection of rare and classic champagnes. In the Radisson Blu Le Dokhan’s Hotel. 117 rue Lauriston (16th), 01.53.65.66.99. Mº Victor Hugo
  • 79. www.wheretraveler.com 83 DINNER muglerfollies.com licenceK-WET:1046370-1046371©MTML/ManfredT.MuglerPOURPHOTO:CHRISTIANGAUTIER On the top floor of the popular Nicolas boutique sits a wine bar with a gorgeous view of the impressive church. Here you can take in one of the most iconic monuments of the city while sipping a glass of French wine, another equally iconic monument for many. The bar naturally offers an impressive wine list and an à la carte menu featuring French cuisine as well as tapas with symbols next to each dish suggesting the wine that will perfectly complement it. The bar is open Monday to Saturday from 12 to 10pm, making it a perfect stop for a lazy lunch or a cosy dinner. 31 place de la Madeleine (8th), 01 42 68 00 16 WINE WITH A VIEW [ E N T E R TA I N M E N T ]
  • 80. 84 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S LE BARON You can club until dawn at this celebrated and celebrity filled night spot. Its cabaret-like ambiance – there’s live music- attracts a trendy, elite crowd. Look your best to get past the door. 6 ave Marceau (8th), 01.47.20.04.01. M° Alma-Marceau CLUB 79 This excellent spot for Parisian clubbing features fine champagne by the bottle, a cocktail of the week and a variety of musical programmes. Chic and trendy. www.club79.fr. 22 rue Quentin Bauchart (8th), 01.47.23.69.17. M° George V LE MONTANA This nightclub in the heart of the Saint- Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood is one of the capital’s trendiest and most select spots. The bar is on the ground floor and the dance floor, downstairs, in the vaulted cellars. Popular with the fashion crowd and rock stars. 28 rue St Benoît (6th), 01.44.39.71.00. M° Saint-Germain-des-Prés LE PARIS PARIS This trendy nightclub features live concerts and a refurbished large bar, the Shots Bar, for enjoying shots. The club also boasts a member’s only VIP lounge, La Chambre Rouge. Tues-Sat 11pm-6am. 5 ave de l’Opéra (1st), 01.42.60.64.45. M° Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre VIP ROOM One of the most exclusive of the clubs currently on the Parisian nightlife scene. This chic haven for the rich and famous lets you dance the night away to hip hop and house music. 188 rue de Rivoli (1st), 01.58.36.46.00. M° Palais Royal LE SHOWCASE Located beneath the Alexandre III bridge, this is a unique venue and as its name implies is a showcase for musical talent providing a clubby atmosphere. Fri-Sat 10 pm-6 am. Pont Alexandre III, Port des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.45.61.25.43. M° Champs-Elysées Clémenceau SOCIAL CLUB Trendy spot for enjoying excellent live music, tasty drinks and even a cigarette in the club’s smoking room. It is advisable to dress up rather than down. Wed 11pm-3am. Thurs-Sat 11pm-6am. For music programme visit www.parissocialclub.com. 142 rue Montmartre (2nd), 06.84.80.99.40. M° Bourse RASPOUTINE This mythical Parisian venue remains an authentic night spot to enjoy cocktails and champagne. The club’s décor, created by the celebrated Russian designer Erté, is listed on the inventory of historic monuments. 58 rue Bassano (8th) 01.47.20.02.90. M° George V NIGHT CLUBS MUGLERFOLLIESPHOTO©CHRISTIANGAUTIER©MTML/MANFREDT.MUGLER
  • 81. www.wheretraveler.com 85 Mugler Follies [ E N T E R TA I N M E N T ] CRAZY HORSE A legendary cabaret synonymous with beauty, elegance, sensuality and sophistication. The current show, Désirs is inspired by the endless theme of femininity. Sun-Fri at 8:15 & 10:45 pm, Sat at 7:00, 9:30 & 11:45 pm. The show and half bottle of champagne or 2 drinks: starting at €125. www.lecrazyhorseparis.com 12 ave George V (8th), 01.47.23.32.32. M° Alma-Marceau MOULIN ROUGE This famous cabaret is home to the original cancan. The current show, Féerie, sparkles with talented performers, including the 60 Doriss girls, 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins and spectacular staging. Daily. Dinner & show start at 7pm (185-215€); Show only starts at 9pm or 11pm for 112€ (with half bottle of champagne). www.moulinrouge.fr 82 blvd de Clichy (18th), 01.53.09.82.82. M° Blanche LIDO The current show, Bonheur, is a song-and- dance spectacular with 70 artists, 23 sets and 600 dazzling costumes. Daily. Dinner & show at 7pm (160-300€); Show only with half bottle of champagne at 9pm (110€) & 11pm (100€). www.lido.fr 116 bis ave des Champs-Elysées (8th), 01.40.76.56.10. M° George V MUGLER FOLLIES Put together by Manfred T. Mugler, this vibrant show reinvents the traditional cabaret. Dancers, acrobats and singers are joined onstage with comedians, performers and models. The show is not recommended for children. Dinner and show starts at 7:30pm, from 156€. Show only with a glass of champagne starts at 8pm, from 89€. Show only starts at 8:45pm (doors open at 8:20), from 56€. www.muglerfollies.com Le Comédia, 4 blvd de Strasbourg (10th), 01.42.38.22.22. M° Strasbourg-St-Denis CABARETS
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DES TERNES PLACE D’ESTIENNE- D’ORVES GRENIER ST-LAZARE PL.DU PARVIS NOTRE- DAME INSTITUT DU MONDE Bourse des Valeurs PL.ST- MICHEL Palais de Tokyo Musée des Arts Premiers l'Institut de France FLORENTIN ST-GEORGE R.DESOLFÉRINO SOLFÉRINO PASSERELLE Arc de Triomphe 1er 1er 2e 2e 3e 3e 44 7e 7e 8e 8e 10e 10e 9e 9e PRINTEMPS HAUSSMANN PRINTEMPS DU LOUVRE Opéra St-Vincent- de-Paul La Grande Synagogue de Paris Gare- St-Lazare St-Augustin Notre- Dame Musée du Louvre Carrousel du LouvreMusée d’Orsay St-Germain des Prés St-Sulpice Palais de l’Élysée Bourse du Commerce Ste- Madeleine Centre Pompidou Beaubourg Conciergerie Ste-Chapelle Hôtel de Ville Petit Palais Musée de l’Orangerie Jeu de Paume Assemblée Nationale Grand Palais Tour Eiffel École Militaire Hôtel des Invalides Palais de Chaillot RUE BLAN SALLE GAVEAU Forum des Halles Cour Carrée PLACE VENDÔME PLACE DE LA CONCORDE Iéna Trocadéro Boissière Argentine Ternes Courcelles George V Franklin D. Roosevelt Alma Marceau Monceau Gare de l’Est Gare du Nord Poissonnière Château d’Eau Kléber Strasbourg St-Denis Arts et Métiers Hôtel de Ville Rambuteau Châtelet Les Halles Les Halles Etienne Marcel Réaumur Sébastolpol Bonne Nouvelle Richelieu Drouot Louvre Rivoli Châtelet Palais Royal Pont Neuf Pyramides Cité Mabillon Odéon St-Sulpice St-Germain des Prés Rue du Bac Solférino Musée d’Orsay Tuileries Quatre Septembre Opéra Madeleine Bourse Sentier Champs Elysées Clémenceau St-Augustin St-Lazare Auber Havre Caumartin Chaussée d’Antin Europe Liège St- Georges N.-D. de Lorette Le Pelletier Cadet Miromesnil St-Philippe- du-Roule Pont de L'alma y La Motte Piquet Grenelle Dupleix Cambronne Rennes Sèvres Babylone St-Francois- Xavier Vaneau Maubert Mutualité Cluny La Sorbonne St-Michel La Tour Maubourg Varenne Ecole Militaire Champ de Mars Tour Eiffel Bir- Hakeim Invalides Assemblée Nationale S-Paul Pont Marie Concorde y- Maillot Charles-de- Gaulle-Étoile Trinité d’Estienne- d’Orves Grands Boulevards Champ de Mars Esplanade des Invalides Jardins du Trocadéro Parc de Monceau Jardin des Tuileries Jardin du Palais- Royal PARIS DISTRICTS 1st ARRONDISSEMENT - The Louvre museum housing the Mona Lisa overlooks the Tuileries Gardens. 2nd ARRONDISSEMENT - Rue Etienne Marcel and the Place des Victoires are lined with trendy boutiques. 3rd /4th ARRONDISSEMENT - Orthodox Jews rub shoulders with the gay crowd in the Marais, the city’s oldest existing neighborhood. 5th ARRONDISSEMENT - Where you will find the young crowds hanging out at Place St Michel and on Rue Mouffetard, a lively market street. 6th ARRONDISSEMENT - The epitome of Left Bank intellectual chic, with luxury shops and famous cafés. 7th ARRONDISSEMENT - Stroll the impeccable Champ de Mars, visit Napoleon’s tomb at Les Invalides and see the Impressionists at the Musée d’Orsay. 8th ARRONDISSEMENT - High fashion and galleries are on Avenue Montaigne and Rue St-Honoré, while the Place de la Madeleine offers gourmet food shops. 9th ARRONDISSEMENT - Find the sumptuous Opéra Garnier, and the ever-busy department stores Galeries Lafayette and Printemps on the Boulevard Haussmann. 10th ARRONDISSEMENT - Take a boat tour for a closeup look at canal locks in action. The quais de Jemmapes and Valmy are where you will find fun boutiques and restaurants. 11th /12th ARRONDISSEMENT - The areas around the Bastille come alive at night with nightclubs and bars. 13th /14th /15th ARRONDISSEMENT - The Tour Montparnasse is surrounded by traditional crepe restaurants while Chinatown is found near Place d’Italie. 16th /17th ARRONDISSEMENT - The Place du Trocadéro offers a picture-perfect view of the Eiffel Tower. 18th ARRONDISSEMENT - Near the Sacré Coeur, portrait artists crowd around the Place du Tertre. Down the hill in Pigalle, watch the dancers at the Moulin Rouge. 19th /20th ARRONDISSEMENT - Paris’s famous neighbourhood where you can pay your respects to Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison at the Père Lachaise cemetery. Limousines I-G LIMOUSINES SERVICES - Goran is delighted to make 12 years of experience in luxury transportation and professionalism available to you. A Mercedes Class S new model and Viano in Paris will cost you only 575€ for 10 hours.. Hourly rates: 70€ day, 80€ evening, minimum 4 hours. Tel: 06 58 81 03 83 www.ivanovic-goran-reservation.fr BCD LIMOUSINES - Tel: 06 50 92 03 26 CHABÉ LIMOUSINES - Tel: 01 41 20 95 10 CHAUFFEURS DE MAITRE - Tel: 06 60 43 70 39 DELTA PREMIUM - Tel: 01 45 56 94 99 V isitors are welcome seven days a week in the main office located at 25 rue des Pyramides (1st), Mº Pyramides. Opening Hours: November 1st to April 30th: 10am to 7pm. Other branches include Gare du Nord (10th), Gare de l’Est (10th), Gare de Lyon (12th) and Montmartre/Anvers (18th), Mº Anvers. www.parisinfo.com Visitors Bureau 86 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 W H E R E PA R I S NAVIGATE
  • 83. A R. D F AN UL EILL LI ARC UR DE S D L N AY RE NG R S E R. ee 44 www.wheretraveler.com 87 TO CHARLES DE GAULLE ROISSY AIRPORT France buses (08.92.35.08.20) leave daily from Montparnasse (Rue du Commandant Mouchotte, 15th, M° Montparnasse) and Gare de Lyon (20 bis blvd Diderot, 12th, M° Gare de Lyon),every 30 min, 6am-10:30pm, 6am-10pm, from airport (Onboard : 17€ one way, 29€ round trip/Online: 15.50€ one way, 26€ round trip). Buses also leave from the Arc de Triomphe (1 ave Carnot, 17th, M° Etoile), and Porte Maillot (Blvd Gouvion St Cyr, 17th, M° Porte Maillot), every 30 min, 5:45 am-11pm (Onboard : 17€ one way, 29€ round trip/Online: 15.50€ one way, 26€ round trip). Take RER B (9.50€) or catch the Roissybus (10€) at 11 rue Scribe, 9th, M° Opéra, every 15 min between 5:45am and 8pm, every 20 min between 7pm and 10pm and every 30 minues between 10pm and 11pm. (01.58.76.16.16). www.aeroportsdeparis.fr TO ORLY AIRPORT The RER B, direction St-Rémy, connects with Orlyval, an automatic train, at Antony. Orlyval runs every 5-7 min, 6 am-11 pm (8.70€). The RER C direction Massy-Verrières connects with a shuttle bus that goes to Orly (6.45€). Or take Orlybus outside the Denfert-Rochereau Métro stop (14th), every 20 min 5:35 am-11 pm (7.20€). Air France buses leave from the Invalides (rue Esnault Pelterie, M° Invalides) the Arc de Triomphe (1 ave Carnot, 17th, M° Etoile) and Gare Montparnasse (rue du commandant Mouchotte, M° Gare Montparnasse) every 20 minutes, 5am-10:40pm from airport 6am- 11:40pm (Onboard: 12€ one way, 20€ round trip/ Online: 11€ one way, 18€ round trip). www.aeroportsdeparis.fr TO BEAUVAIS AIRPORT Buses leave daily from the bus parking lot on Blvd Pershing near Hotel Concorde Lafayette (17th, Mo Porte Maillot). Arrive 3 hrs and 15 min before departure time (13€). Or take TER train from Gare du Nord to Beauvais (11.50€, 1 hr 20 min), then taxi to airport. TRAVEL BETWEEN CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT AND ORLY AIRPORT Air France buses leave daily from Charles de Gaulle (Roissy) from 5:55am to 10:30pm for Orly Airport/departures from Orly Airport to Charles de Gaulle Airport from 6:30am to 10:30pm. (Onboard: 20€ one way, 34€ round trip/Online: 18€ one way, 30.50€ round trip). Frequency: every 30 minutes. Journey takes 45 to 60 minutes. Also RER B from Charles de Gaulle to the Antony station then the OrlyVal service to Orly Sud. OrlyVal metros leave daily from 6am-11pm from Antony and Orly Sud. Travel time between the two airports is about 1 hour and 10 minutes. www.aeroportsdeparis.fr AIRPORT I TRANSPORT [ N AV I G AT E ] High quality massage, directly in your hotel room. English, French, Spanish spoken. 7/7 call 06 85 81 09 05 0033 (0)6 85 81 09 05 High quality massage, directly in your hotel room. English, French, Spanish spoken. 7/7 call 06 85 81 09 05 0033 (0)6 85 81 09 05 Body Relaxation Forget jetlag! For your wellbeing enjoy a massage in your hotel room Call Now 7/7 06 86 20 20 96 +33 686 20 20 96 English, French and Italian spoken UNIQUE ITINERARIES FOR SPECIAL DAYS IN PARIS direct to your iPhone GETÊTHEÊAPP! FREE DOWNLOAD where® now Paris
  • 84. Paris is crossed by 14 Métro lines and five RER (express suburban) lines, all numbered and named for their final destination (terminus). Did you know that there are 300 stations that make up Paris’ metro system? W H E R E PA R I S [ N AV I G AT E ] Each Métro trip requires one ticket regardless of how many transfers you make, though you must buy an extra ticket for the RER outside the city limits. Keep your ticket until you exit. Tickets are sold in all stations and in cafés (tabacs) with a ticket sign outside, single (1.70€/2€ if purchased on a bus) or by 10 (un carnet - 13.70€). This map includes the new tramway line. 88 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014
  • 85. www.wheretraveler.com 89 “Paris Visite” passes offer unlimited travel on the Métro and buses (1- day 10.85€, 2-day 17.65€, 3-day 24.10€, 5-day 34.70€). The Métro and RER start running at 5:30am, and stop around 1 am. While the Métro is an extremely safe way to travel, watch out for pickpockets in crowded trains and stations. For information in English, call the transportation company (RATP) directly at 08.92.68.41.14. — ( ) ( )
  • 86. 90 WHERE PARIS I JUNE 2014 My Paris [ T H E V I E W F R O M H E R E ] For a couple in love where would you recommend they go for a romantic dinner? The Bel Canto on the quai de l’Hôtel de Ville, where you can enjoy a moment of lyrical art. What have you recently discovered in Paris that you would advise guests to see? The V restaurant at Hôtel Vernet. In a private and elegant setting the quality of the cuisine of Richard Robe, the executive chef, is unveiled. Jean Emmanuel MENDES Head Concierge Hôtel Bel Ami MY PERFECT DAY where® Your Guide to the World If one of our readers is only in Paris for 24 hours what one thing would you recommend they do? See the writing space at Louis Vuitton’s boutique in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood. It is an incredible cultural space especially for that neighbourhood that is known for its history in the arts. For our readers who are looking for a traditional Parisian bistro serving authentic French fare, where would you book them a table? Chez Fernand, where a traditional cuisine is served with a warm welcome by Baptiste, the manager. Paris is well-known for its magnificent monuments, from where would you suggest our readers get the best view of the city? From the air with Helifirst (helicopter tour company)! It’s not always easy for our readers to find somewhere fun to head to at 2am, where would you recommend they party till dawn? Club 79 on rue Quentin Bauchart. As the fashion capital, which areas do you think showcase the best fashions? The Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood, where you will find the Sonia Rykiel boutique, which will be one of the boutiques opening on Sundays. Where recently sat with Head Concierge of the Hôtel Bel Ami, Jean Emmanuel, to pick his brain on where and what our readers should go and see while visiting the French capital 9am Sit at Café de Flore with a book, followed by a visit to the Musée d’Orsay 12pm Brunch at the Bel Ami restaurant 3pm Enjoy a moment of relaxation at the Esthederm Spa at the Bel Ami Hotel 9pm Cocktails at the Bel Ami bar before dinner at Ze Kitchen Gallery The Estherderm Spa at the Bel Ami Aerial view of Paris Club 79 Bel Ami’s restaurant AERIALVIEW©MARONZNC/ISTOCK/THINKSTOCK;STREETSIGN©JAKATICS/ISTOCK/THINKSTOCK
  • 87. ©LaValléeVillage201404/14 * and often more off the recommended retail price of previous seasons’ collections. ‡ Non-EU residents are entitled to a tax refund of at least 12% on purchases of more than €175 per boutique. LaValleeVillage.com LONDON DUBLIN PARIS MADRID BARCELONA MILAN BRUSSELS FRANKFURT MUNICH SUZHOU, CHINA CARVEN DIANE VON FURSTENBERG JIMMY CHOO KENZO L.K.BENNETT LONGCHAMP PAUL & JOE PAUL SMITH POIRAY SALVATORE FERRAGAMO SONIA RYKIEL TOD’S THE KOOPLES UGG VANESSA BRUNO AND MANY MORE La Vallée Village is the ultimate luxury shopping destination with minimum reductions of 33%* , special offers with extra savings† and tax-free shopping‡ seven days a week, and only 35 minutes from Paris. Discover more than 110 boutiques, including: LIKE SHOPPING. BUT BETTER. † Receive a 10% saving on any purchase in three of your favourite boutiques (upon presentation of your Shopping Express® ticket at the Welcome Center) when travelling from Paris (ParisCityVision agency / Metro Pyramides) with the Shopping Express® (35 minutes). Book online at LaValleeVillage.com/shoppingexpress or call the ParisCityVision agency on +33 (0)1 44 55 60 00.