Do you want to keep tabs on foodie culture in Paris? No problem.
Here are five Paris food blogs to help you organize your next gastronomic adventure in the City of Lights.
From the latest and greatest eateries to tips for first timers boarding flights to Paris, these blogs will keep you in the know. They’re sure to make you hungry. Consider yourself warned.
The Paris Kitchen: Culinary insider Wendy Lyn gives readers the low-down on tried and true Parisian favorites as well as must-try new restaurants, wine bars, food shops and markets. Even better, her blog is incredibly user-friendly (ex. she pinpoints all locations using Google Maps) and impeccably designed.
Chocolate and Zucchini: Parisian foodie par excellence Clotilde Dusoulier blogs about all things food-related including recipes, food shops, wine pairings, open-air markets, and all strata of restaurants in the City of Lights. Her writing style and general blog aesthetic are the very definition of charming.
Simon Says!: French food critic François Simon blogs about his enviable (and delectable) lifestyle. Written in a clear and accessible voice, this blog gives readers the inside scoop on new restaurants in Paris and elsewhere. You can also find his work in the Parisian newspaper Le Figaro.
Adrian Moore: Five-star hotel concierge, freelance writer and Paris native Adrian Moore spills Paris’ best kept dining secrets to his large readership. He also takes gorgeous, drool-inducing photos. You’re sure to love his award-winning blog.
David Lebovitz: Living the Sweet Life in Paris: Celebrated pastry chef and author David Lebovitz blogs about where to find the best patisseries, tastiest restaurants and real French coffee in Paris. Be sure to check out his list of favorite Parisian foodie haunts at http://www.davidlebovitz.com/paris/.
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