Explore Lindsey Tramuta's Paris
Collected by Aislyn Greene , AFAR Staff
Where to find artistic pastry, sustainable sneakers, and peace and quiet.
55 Rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris, France
He loves to work with French produce, but Pierre Sang has also introduced French people to flavors they aren’t used to. He was born in Korea and adopted by a French family when he was seven. In his cooking, he incorporates some of his...
119 Avenue Parmentier, 75011 Paris, France
The second you step into this modern bistro, you’re struck by the reflections from the beautiful mirrored ceiling. I had my 30th birthday dinner here, and because I’m especially interested in desserts, I remember this deconstructed lemon tart. It...
20 Rue Alibert, 75010 Paris, France
This trendy Cambodian place—it serves dishes like bobuns, a salad of vermicelli noodles, meat, and veggies—was one of the two cafés hit during the attacks last year. It's very important to the neighborhood (Cambodge was one of my regular...
18 Rue Alibert, 75010 Paris, France
Le Carillon, an old-school bar that has live music at night, was one of the two cafés attacked last year. It's very important to the neighborhood and as soon as it reopened, it packed with people who wanted to support it. This appeared in...
51 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris, France
Oh god, I love this place. The co-owner and head bartender, Sullivan Doh, makes cocktails with classic French spirits such as cognac or armagnac, which have become popular outside of France, and yet French people know very little about them. Le...
24 Rue Saint-Ambroise, 75011 Paris, France
This park is a 10-minute walk from me. It’s so quiet that it feels like you’re not in the city. A bunch of small spots have popped up around it and become destinations for Parisians, including Beans on Fire, a collective coffee roaster and coffee...
2 Rue de Marseille, 75010 Paris, France
The clothes here aren’t hipster; they’re more like a hybrid of Parisian bobo chic and casual street wear. You’ll find men’s and women’s lines from Danish and British companies and from budding Parisian brands like Ami, but the main reason I like...
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