The Left Bank needed JK Place Paris. From the moment you walk into the hotel it feels different – like you’re truly walking into a private home. And in some ways, you are. There’s so much to love from the immaculate decor and attentive service to the perfect location and well-appointed rooms.
For my first Thanksgiving in Paris (without my family), I ate dinner at Ralph’s, the restaurant at the Ralph Lauren store on Boulevard Saint Germain. If you’re looking for a traditional Thanksgiving meal in Paris paired with an absolutely beautiful setting, dinner at Ralph’s is the perfect option.
I think I walked by Le Gévaudan at least 500 times before I tried it. I’ve eaten everywhere else on Rue du Bac so I don’t know what took me so long. This summer I noticed they were redoing the interior which peaked my interest. I made a mental note to try it.
Whenever people ask me about favorite restaurants in Paris, I think classic French bistro every time. The atmospheres are warm and inviting and the food is comforting. In a city that can sometimes feel pretentious to outsiders, the classic French bistro experience is an essential one to have. So when my mom was in town we decided to try Jean-François Piège’s La Poule au Pot.