Three Heavenly Food-Filled Day Trips From Paris
A rustic chateau run by some of Paris’s hottest chefs, an eco-friendly inn hosting buzzy summer garden parties, a modern Flemish canteen from a Top Chef star, and more food-centered escapes in the French countryside
What Are We Wearing to Restaurants Now, Paris?
At Folderol, a combination natural wine bar and ice cream shop in Paris, neighborhood block party vibes feel distinctly Parisian
The Modern French Corner Store Is Like Shopping in a Rustic Fantasy
Rare spices, seasonal flowers, and hyperlocal products line the shelves of épiceries, historical specialty grocers that have been revived in major cities
An Eater’s Guide to Megève, the Food-Obsessed Ski Town in the French Alps
From Michelin-starred mountain cuisine to late-night après-ski parties with culinary TikTok stars, here’s where to eat in the glitzy Alpine hot spot
An Eater’s Guide to Visiting (and Drinking) Champagne
From tastings on a vintage bullet boat to farm-to-table feasts in an old train depot, here’s where to eat, drink, and relax in France’s most famous wine region
With France on Lockdown Again, Can Its Culinary Legacy Survive?
French chefs and restaurateurs fear for more than their businesses as the country shuts down once more in response to COVID-19
Life in a Paris Without Restaurants
In a city synonymous with dining out and drinking, a new lockdown to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus is disrupting the restaurant industry—and threatening the social fabric.