The Prescription Cocktail Club: a cosmic, unique, hushed, and theatrical haven 

Looking like an artist’s entrance, the Prescription Cocktail Club is nestled at 23 rue Mazarine in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. Here, you will enjoy tasting flowery cocktails after a busy day. These drinks, made with hibiscus or blueberry, are real bouquets of flowers. Step by step, the bar reveals itself as if by magic, […]

PARIS-TOKYO

It is in the heart of the emblematic Prince of Wales, an iconic Art Deco hotel that has been delighting visitors for almost a century, that chef Akira Back has just set up shop. This culinary master, who has traveled from the snowy peaks of Colorado to the trendy spots of South Korea, offers a […]

Orgueil: The taste of chance

A new address in the 11th arrondissement of the capital, the restaurant Orgueil has set itself the task of making you give in to temptation. Here, envy and greed are not bad things. Halfway between a gourmet bistro and a gastronomic rendezvous, Orgueil presents its menu in the form of a tarot card. Do you […]

MILAN: ALL OF JAPAN IN ONE LOCATION

If you’re looking for an unusual destination to discover the thousand and one facets of Japanese gastronomy and entertainment, head for Italy! The “House of Ronin” recently opened its doors in one of Milan’s trendy districts. The concept? A journey of initiation as an immersive foray into Japanese culture. In this building, dating from the […]

Il Palazzo Experimental, a colorful Venetian stay 

Since May, Venice has been living to the rhythm of the new edition of the Biennale. A cultural and artistic effervescence that must be experienced throughout your Venetian journey and that the Palazzo Experimental transmits in every respect. It is in a Venetian palace, in the Dorsoduro district, that the Experimental hotel group set down […]

Harry’s Bar, the Venetian address for insiders 

A trip to Venice is not complete without a visit to Harry’s Bar. This place has become an institution and was proclaimed a national monument in 2001. Orson Welles, Truman Capote, and Ernest Hemingway all came here for a drink. It owes its success to the founder, Giuseppe Cipriani, and his two flagship inventions: the […]

Granite, a gastronomic nugget in Paris   

Opened in the autumn in the 1st arrondissement of Paris and freshly awarded a Michelin star, Granite is shaking up the culinary world. At its head, the young chef Tom Meyer (who worked for Anne-Sophie Pic) unveils a striking cuisine that puts the spotlight on products from the Ile-de-France, fish and meat from responsible farming, […]

Anthony Denon new chef at the Burgundy Hotel in Paris

In April, , Le Baudelaire, the starred restaurant of the Parisian hotel Burgundy, welcomed its new chef, Anthony Denon. After two years at the Auberge du Jeu de Paume, the young chef returned to the capital with the aim of creating a “culinary rendezvous” in this gastronomic institution. A place where gourmets can savor the […]

Savoir Vivre: the art of a successful evening

With their six addresses where good food, good wine, and good atmosphere reign, the Savoir Vivre group is a real hit on the Parisian nightlife scene. The rue des Petites Écurie in the 10th arrondissement of Paris is theirs. And for good reason: the Savoir Vivre group has created a veritable culinary and festive monopoly […]

GOOD TO BE DAMNED…

Discreetly located in the 16th arrondissement of the capital, the restaurant Pages has won the hearts of critics and the public alike. At the helm, Ryuji Teshima, alias “Teshi,” sublimates the most beautiful products of the French terroir using Japanese techniques. Awarded a Michelin star, the Japanese chef offers a cuisine that is as striking […]