Montaigne Market's Hot Spots

Restaurants, expositions, beauté… La fondatrice de Montaigne Market nous livre ses conseils et ses bonnes adresses. Le meilleur guide pour vivre Paris avec style.

La Grande Epicerie de Paris

"The rive droite now has its temple of gastronomy. After the 7th arrondissement, the iconic Grande Epicerie opened a second establishment in the heart of the west of Paris. Our favorite department? That of the 150 mineral waters of the world ... " 80, rue de Passy, 75116 Paris

Musée Saint Laurent

Dive into an ocean of elegance at the recently opened Yves Saint Laurent Museum. Planks of collections, sketches, models: one of the greatest fashion designers gives us his last secrets through an amazing retrospective. 5, Avenue Marceau, 75116 Paris

Clinique Dray

Dr. Antoni Calmon, aesthetic doctor, is the new best friend of stars and women around the world. He achieves incredible results while respecting the true nature of his patients. We love all-natural vitamin injections. For a beauty that comes directly from the inside. 3, Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris

Tea Time to the Dali – Hôtel Le Meurice

It's tea time? Rendez-vous straight to the restaurant "Le Dali" of Meurice’s Palace for a privileged moment between friends. Scones, Paris-Brest and other delicacies accompany an infinite variety of teas. For the most festive, opt for the formula with champagne ... 15h30 – 18h00 228, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris +33 (0)1 44 58 10 44

Restaurant Ristorante National

The restaurant of the Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers has become our new trendy canteen. We speak only of it and and for good reason: the "Ristorante National" offers a refined and surprising Italian cuisine. Because of it success, do not forget to book ! 243 rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris. +33 1 80 97 22 80

Boum Boum

Here is the new Parisian address for dancing. With its neo 70's design by Charles Tassin, the Boum Boum propels us into a glamorous and uninhibited universe. Special mention for the screens on which appear the lyrics of the songs ... 27, Avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris

« Days are dogs » by Camille Henrot at the Palais de Tokyo

The new carte blanche for the Palais de Tokyo is the artist Camille Henrot. With Days are dogs, the contemporary artist looks at the question of time through an exhibition organized around the 7 days of the week. One of the artistic events not to be missed this winter! Jusqu’au 7 janvier 2018 13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris

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