Paris City Guide

Paris Fashion Week is at its peak and our very own Sofia Zuckermann is there to share all the best tips on how to tackle the City of Lights. Whether it’s a croissant you’re craving or a steak au poivre, we’ve got your back when it comes to restaurants, bars, shops and cafés in Paris. Keep reading to discover!

Cedric Grolet
If you’re looking for the best croissants in town then this is the place to go. Cedric Grolet has soon earned his reputation as one of the best pastry shops in all of Paris, home to the best croissant in the city- and believe us, there's a good reason for it.

Ritz Paris Le Comptoir
For tea time there’s only one place to go: Le Comptoir at the Ritz paris has the best madeleines & pastries to enjoy with a proper cup of tea. The spot itself is divine, but when you combine it with the food the overall experience just gets better.

Musée Yves Saint Laurent
The life and fashions of the iconic French designer Yves Saint Laurent are displayed in this small but chic museum, if you’re a fan then there’s no doubt of what your next stop will be!

Monsieur Bleu
This fun and chic Parisien terrace is the perfect option for a late afternoon drink with friends. Because of its privileged location at Palais De Tokyo it has one of the best- and most private- views of the Eiffel Tower.

La Maison Du Caviar
If what you’re after is a fancy dinner experience, then La Maison Du Caviar is the place you have been looking for. This restaurant has become a true Parisian institution, being open to the public since 1956.

On The Bab
This might be a little out of the ordinary when talking about Paris must-visits but this Korean street food joint is to die for. This spot has delicious small plates meant to be shared between you and your party as well as anju style cocktails.

If what you’re in the mood for is a good classic then Ralph’s is the place for you. Get acquainted with the lovely patio & famous horse decor at Ralph Lauren’s flagship store in Saint Germain Des Pres. After you’re done you can enjoy a good cup of coffee or a hot chocolate cup at Café de Flore right across the street.

Café Kitsuné
One of the best Parisian activities- in our opinion- is grabbing a latte or a matcha and a delicious gluten free pastry and walking your way across the Jardin des Tuileries. Sit near a fountain and enjoy people watching as you sip your coffee. Also, this is a great photo opportunity!

La Fantaisie
If you don’t know where to stay, allow us to suggest the cutest new hotel La Fantaisie. Located in the heart of the 9th arrondissement this hotel doesn’t only have the perfect location but it’s design and privacy makes this the perfect little oasis hidden among the Parisian turmoil.