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Palace of Sweetness – Café Pouchkine in Paris, France

The list of delicious things to see and do in Paris is easily a mile long. From the delicate sablé kitsuné (fox shaped cookies) at chic Café Kitsune to the frogs' legs at Michelin starred Le Taillevent, you can dine as... Continue Reading →

If You Only Try Frogs’ Legs Once, Head Here – Le Taillevent in Paris, France

Bubbly is a great start to any meal, especially a meal served in a restaurant that bears the nickname of one of the world's first known master chefs. Way back in fourteenth century France, Guillaume Tirel (who often went by Taillevent)... Continue Reading →

Extra! Extra! Read All About the Great Food! – Café de la Presse in San Francisco, California

While there are oodles of ways to fill your tummy in San Francisco (the mushroom flavored cheesecakes from CheeseQuakes!, the sweet sand angel cookies over at Batter Bakery and the succulent pork belly lotus buns at China Live are just a few of our... Continue Reading →

You Must Be From Paris Because You Are Driving Me In-Seine – La Bohème in Palo Alto, California

Francophiles who find themselves in the Bay Area are in luck. You can choose to start your day off with a rose croissant at Voyageur du Temps in Los Altos, California or snag an assortment of fresh macarons from Mademoiselle Colette... Continue Reading →

The Funnest Word to Say in French – Pamplemousse in Redwood City, California

Sadly we found out that Pamplemousse permanently closed its doors. We're disheartened to hear that this neighborhood favorite didn't make it, but here’s a list of other neat little local spots we love in the San Francisco Bay Area that you... Continue Reading →

Surf Like a Frenchie – Cuisse de Grenouille in Paris, France

We have a soft spot in our hearts for quirky local brands. In Havana, Cuba we're big fans of Clandestina (for one of a kind upcycled fashion) and Cris-Cris (for bathing suits you won't find anywhere else). If you're in Mumbai, India, we... Continue Reading →

Yes, You Can Actually Spend a Night in a French Bakery – Hôtel du Petit Moulin in Paris, France

The Marais calls Paris' swanky third and fourth arrondissements home. Filled with beautiful buildings and cobblestone streets, it is a neighborhood you could attempt to spend a lifetime discovering. Behind every hidden alley way and each corner lie hip brunch spots... Continue Reading →

Love at First Bite – A Tiny Place in Hobart, Tasmania

With a population that hovers around 200,000 people, a tiny place might be the perfect way to describe Hobart, Tasmania. Nestled inside Hobart's historic Battery Point suburb, like a culinary matryoshka or a Russian nesting doll, you'll find A Tiny... Continue Reading →

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