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The Moulin Rouge's Sexy Floorshow Now Includes Good Food in Addition to Tasteful Nudity

Also, inexplicably, a tank full of giant snakes.
Vivian Song
2.12.18
Paris
Paris

Two Years After Deadly Attacks, the Café at Paris's Bataclan Reopens

“There are clients who cry, there are clients who confide in us, who tell us their stories, like a kind of therapy.”
Emily Monaco
1.29.18
Paris
Paris

Watch Action Bronson Eat Tuna Spinal Fluid and Smoked Veal Brain in France

In the final installment of 'From Paris with Love,' Action leaves Paris for rural France. And drinks a ton of wine.
Munchies Staff
1.4.18
Paris
Paris

Life Advice from the Legendary Parisian Waiter Who Has Served More Famous Artists Than You

"We had to hide bottles of alcohol under the tablecloths so they wouldn't steal them."
Félix Macherez
12.28.17
FRANCE
FRANCE

Paris's Essential Two-Ingredient Sandwich Is Having a Renaissance

The Parisien, or "jambon-beurre," is just ham and butter on baguette—but its perfect simplicity was under threat for decades.
Emily Monaco
10.4.17
Action Bronson
Action Bronson

Watch Part Deux of Action Bronson's Paris Special

Bam Bam is hungry for more.
Munchies Staff
9.26.17
Paris
Paris

Meet the Fearless Fishermen of Urban Paris

"This isn't a sewage system, it's a river. Fish are living here and spawning."
Clarissa Wei
7.11.17
tea
tea

Why I Pair Food with Tea Instead of Wine

"To me, tea washes away the memory of the flavor, and prolongs pleasure. Each sip wipes the palate clean, and allows us to taste each bite as though it were the first."
Chi Wah Chan
4.25.17
meat
meat

Inside France's Fading Love Affair with Horse Meat

Horse meat fell from grace in the 1980s, but a few Parisian chefs are attempting to bring horse back into the limelight.
Emily Monaco
3.12.17
CHEFS
CHEFS

The Quiet Genius of the Most Underrated Japanese Chef in Paris

"For me, cooking is an art form," says chef Atsushi Tanaka of Paris restaurant AT. "I need design. I need my food to be beautiful and tasty at the same time.”
Arthur Scheuer
2.23.17
French
French

I Spent 24 Hours in a Parisian Brasserie That Never Closes

In the name of journalism, I spent a full 24 hours at Au Pied de Cochon, the mythical Parisian restaurant that has been serving hungry night owls since 1947.
Jean-Baptiste Bonaventure
2.17.17
The Last Bite
The Last Bite

The Last Bite: A Crash Course in Pâtisserie with One of London's Wisest Shops

This might be a 146-year-old pastry shop, but the goods inside certainly aren't.
Johanna Derry
2.16.17