We'll be there the week of Sept 12th.
1. Breizh Café
Olivier Milcent: Simply the best crepes in Paris
2. Place des Vosges
3. Catacombes de Paris
4. Musée d'Orsay
5. L'As du Fallafel
Matt Healy: One of the best falafel sandwiches I've ever had. Went through a long stretch of eating here several days a week.
6. Arc de Triomphe
Neil Sanchala: Go to the roof at night and watch the light show at the eiffel tower, if you're into that sort of thing.
7. Rose Bakery
Akshay Patil: If you want a break from all French everything, this is a wonderful place for lunch
8. Chez Gladines
Holger Luedorf: the Butte aux Cailles area is very cool (albeit small) and this little gem serves great inexpensive (and huge) salads and Basque specialties for lunch and dinner.
Neil Sanchala: Great food. Quirky ambiance. They have a cat that acts like it owns the place.
10. Jardin du Luxembourg
Holger Luedorf: This is where the Parisians go on a beautiful day. Bring a picknick and have it on one of the lawns with students from Sorbonne and other locals.
11. Pierre Hermé
Neil Sanchala: Get some macarons. No matter what you choose, can't go wrong.
12. Musée Rodin
Evan Cohen: Come on, you gotta see at least 1 museum while in Paris. This is a good one - beautiful setting and grounds, in and out in an hour.
13. Chez Justine
Evan Cohen: Rue Oberkampf is a pretty funky area; this is a great cafe to start with.
14. Le Café des Musées
Chrysanthe Tenentes: reservation recommended but we were able to get in on a friday with a short wait.
Holger Luedorf: Hands down one of the best restaurant deals (quality for price) in Paris!
16. Jardin des Plantes
Holger Luedorf: Beautiful garden & park with lots of shade for walks. The Menagerie is the first zoo ever built.
17. Musée Marmottan Monet
Neil Sanchala: They have several paintings from Monet's waterlilies series displayed downstairs. It's also interesting how his paintings changed as he got older, blinder, and crazier.
18. Villa Savoye
Kellan E: Candidate for best ice cream ever.
20. Parc du Château de Versailles
21. Le Chateaubriand
Buzz Andersen: Innovative chef reinventing French cuisine. Sort of the David Chang of Paris.
22. La Tête dans les Olives
Buzz Andersen: Tiny food store with a small restaurant that serves 10 people daily. 1 table, 1 chef.
23. Pop In
24. Chez Janou
Holger Luedorf: 90 different kinds of Pastis. Yes, please!
25. Grande Mosquée de Paris
26. Shakespeare & Company
27. Villa 9 Trois
Cameron Walters: This restaurant was started by the man featured in "Pork & Sons," Stéphane Reynaud.
28. 59 Rivoli
29. Basilique du Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre
Leo Kim: Nice view.
30. Centre Pompidou – Musée National d'Art Moderne
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