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A Wine Bar for the People

Natural wine is thriving in restaurants and shops in America, but wine bars are still finding their place

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The 18 Essential Restaurants in Cannes

Seaview patios for your chilled rosé, perfect baguettes for your beach picnic, plus a private boat to a swank seafood hotspot

The French Are Not Okay With Spanish Rosé Being Passed Off as ‘French’

One of France’s Living Legends Gets the Big-Screen Treatment in ‘The Quest of Alain Ducasse’

How a French Winemaker Poured Himself Into the Film ‘Back to Burgundy’ 

After seeing so many films get winemaking wrong, one vintner decided to lend a helping hand

Michelin Announces 2018 Stars for France

Michelin Takes Back 3-Star Rating at Chef’s Request 

Chefs Take to Social Media to Mourn Legendary Chef Paul Bocuse

Paul Bocuse Is Dead at 91

French Chef Gives Back Michelin Star Because It’s Too Costly to Maintain

France Has Its Very Own College Dedicated Entirely to Kebab-Making

Milk Fat Mayhem Heightens as France’s Butter Shortage Worsens

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How Ladurée Taught Americans to ‘Patisserie’

What happens when a pastry shop becomes a bona fide lifestyle brand

A Guide to Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert’s Television Bromance

Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert Debate the Ethics of Eating Meat on ‘Parts Unknown’

Why Chefs ‘Give Back’ Their Michelin Stars

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