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Paris

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Paris is known as a romantic city for lovers, but it’s really for any and all bon vivants seeking epicurean treats, art and architecture, artisanal craftsmanship and everything in between. We’ve mapped out and included the places that make Paris truly vibrant, from swanky wine bars to quaint patisseries, innovative artists’ studios to classic perfumeries, bustling markets to luxurious outdoor spots.
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The HUNT will open up your eyes to a whole new world. We love how every venue is independently owned - no chain restaurants or established brands here.
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About the book

Paris is known as a romantic city for lovers, but it’s really for any and all bon vivants seeking epicurean treats, art and architecture, artisanal craftsmanship and everything in between. We’ve mapped out and included the places that make Paris truly vibrant, from swanky wine bars to quaint patisseries, innovative artists’ studios to classic perfumeries, bustling markets to luxurious outdoor spots.

This beautiful little guide fits snugly in the back pocket of your jeans, or neatly in your favorite clutch, and is packed with the inside scoop on old-school favorites, offbeat gems and hip newcomers to Paris.

The HUNT is a tightly curated travel guide series that focuses on the most unique eating and shopping destinations, as well as memorable lifestyle experiences and activities in each city. The HUNT editors are always residents who know their home turf inside out. We don’t list everything and the kitchen sink – who has time to sift through all that? Instead, we carefully select around 100 venues that are truly worth visiting. The places we support are the ones that add soul and character to their neighborhoods, making the city truly vibrant.


About the author

Haleigh Walsworth is a writer and photographer who moved to Paris on a whim and now feels more at home in France than in her native California. She produces lifestyle content for French fashion and beauty houses, as well as her website, makingmagique.com.
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