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      Cynthia VincentJuly 5, 2011
      Accessories
      • New York, United States

      Every inch of the the cozy space feels personalized, filled with assorted ephemera that echoes Vincent’s signature glamourous-yet-bohemian style.

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      BerthillonJuly 5, 2011
      Ice Cream
      • Paris, France

      Don’t get lured in by one of their fakeout franchises. The only one worth visiting is located on Ile Saint Louis. Your tastebuds will thank you.

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      Musée RodinJuly 5, 2011
      Art Museum
      • Paris, France

      Not only is it mainly outdoors, but it’s crazy cool. You don’t have to give a hoot about Rodin to enjoy strolling the property’s (manicured) woods while perusing some insanely detailed statues.

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      PoilâneJuly 5, 2011
      Bakery
      • Paris, France

      Head over to Poilane for one of the city’s (and the world’s) most famous pain au chocolat. While you’re there, grab some bread, a raisin bun, and basically whatever else you can get your hands on.

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      Jardin du LuxembourgJuly 5, 2011
      Garden
      • Paris, France

      Pack a baguette, some wine, a good book, and when you’re done walking, sunbathe in one of the ever-present garden chairs. We’ll see you in a couple hours.

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      Robert et LouiseJuly 5, 2011
      Steakhouse
      • Paris, France

      While you’re in the Marais, you should make a point to go to this cozy, brick-walled restaurant which specializes in hearth cooked meats. That said, the duck confit is to die for.

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      Place des VosgesJuly 5, 2011
      Plaza
      • Paris, France

      According to Wikipedia, this is the oldest planned square in Paris. According to us, it’s a great place to hang out in the sun, followed by a tour of the square’s bordering galleries and restaurants.

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      Thanx God I'm a V.I.PJuly 5, 2011
      Thrift / Vintage
      • Paris, France

      “Back in the ’90s... Sylvie Chateigner slapped this crazy name on her series of all-the-rage parties... T.G.V. turned into a record label and this amazing showroom of vintage couture"

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      LaduréeJuly 5, 2011
      Desserts
      • Paris, France

      Is there anything more quintessentially Parisian than the ever delicious, ever-so-sweet macarons? They also make really good gifts.

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      Jardin des TuileriesJuly 5, 2011
      Garden
      • Paris, France

      These parks are perfect for a pre- or post-Louvre stroll and are also where all those Paris Fashion Week street style shots are taken.

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      La PaletteJuly 5, 2011
      Café
      • Paris, France

      There’s no better place in Paris to start or end or spend your whole night. The wait is worth it. The snacks are delicious and you’ll leave with a whole new group of besties, we promise.

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      TartineryJuly 5, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      Tartines (otherwise known as French open-faced sandwiches) are always delicious, but when they’re made with bread from Paris’s famed Poilane bakery, they become totally irresistible

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      Creperie NYCJuly 5, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      Sweet or savory, crepes hit the spot, and both of the Creperie’s outposts are renowned for their authenticity. But be warned: neither locations have seating.

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      CreperieJuly 5, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      Sweet or savory, crepes hit the spot, and both of the Creperie’s outposts are renowned for their authenticity. But be warned: neither locations have seating.

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      BalthazarJuly 5, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      Eating in the dining room is nice, but real Francophiles know the bakery is where it’s at. Pick up a pain au chocolat and a baguette (or three), and don’t miss out on the lemonade.

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      Pull-InJuly 5, 2011
      Apparel
      • New York, United States

      French underwear is a thing that is no doubt missing in your life. Get the flashiest, cheekiest (pun intended!) pair you can find at the Nolita concept store.

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      Cire TrudonJuly 5, 2011
      Furniture / Home
      • New York, United States

      The world’s oldest candle maker was founded in Paris in 1643. The fancy wax goods come in a plethora of scents, including one made to smell like the wooden floors of Versailles.

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      Comptoir Des CotonniersJuly 5, 2011
      Apparel
      • New York, United States

      You too can look tragically chic and Parisian by grabbing some goods at the French brand’s Soho boutique, its first in the States.

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      Joe's Shanghai 鹿鸣春July 5, 2011
      Chinese
      • New York, United States

      We die for the dumplings here. They’re the best in the city — and we’ve done the leg work on this one.

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      Hester Street FairJuly 5, 2011
      Flea Market
      • New York, United States

      Welcome to one of the best-curated flea markets in the city. We’ve spent many a Saturday morning perusing the well-stocked booths here.

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