Alcazar

If you love terasses as much as we do — but struggle to stay outside because it’s freezing in Paris — then this pretty bar/restaurant, with its indoor garden in the 6th arrondissement, could be the perfect place for you. 

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Partisan Café

It’s almost mid-week —  so if you’re looking for a place which ticks the boxes for a casual business meet out-of-the-office, a quick catch-up with a friend — or just a cool location to work from with excellent coffee + Parisian street scenes to boot... then welcome to Partisan Café. 

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Le Récamier

It’s Thursday — so take a breath, keep calm — and just go get yourself a banging soufflé (which is the past participle of the word “breath,” or “puff” in French) — at this cute and classic restaurant tucked into a discreet, pedestrian street behind the Bon Marché.

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Racines

Balls, balls, balls. When the mercury drops in Paris and we’re seeking a spot of comfort food — we go back to ‘basics’ via the superb arancinis served up by talented Sardinian chef Simone Tondo at this stylish (Michelin-starred) nook, tucked into the Passage des Panoramas.

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Ober Mamma

It may not be new, but last month — Giuseppe Cutraro, the young pizza chef who joined the Big Mamma Group just a few years ago — gave us a fresh reason to visit this Italian hotspot when he became the Champion of the world for contemporary Neapolitan pizza, at the 2019 Neapolitan pizza world championship, organized in Naples. 

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Oursin Paris

Following the phenomenal success of Café Citron, designer Simon Porte Jaquemus has once again joined forces with the Czars of seafood, Kaviar Caspia, for a restaurant which is already tipped as the new ‘most fashionable’ table in Paris. 

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Buddha-Bar Paris

Born from the visionary imagination of its founder Raymond Visan (the French-Romanian restaurateur responsible for the original and very famous Barfly in Paris), this bar, restaurant, hotel franchise has become a bonafide institution and a household name, renowned —  not just in Paris, but worldwide — for its particular brand of nightlife, which spans from Marrakech to Budapest; Moscow to Mexico City.

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The Hoxton

Originally hailing from humble beginnings in the hip and urban hub of London’s Shoreditch, The Hoxton line of trendy hotels has steadily made a name for itself across Europe and beyond thanks to its community-vibe, fair prices and pared-down interiors — and the Paris edition, while more polished than its predecessors, still manages to stay true to its roots. 

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Carbón

Definitely a place for a meat lovers. Described as an “ode to nature” following in the footsteps of the Argentine tradition of fire cooking — this new place from the The Asado Club (at the Canal Saint Martin) and creators Sabrina Goldin and Stéphane Abby combines ancestral cooking techniques with top products of land & sea in their “extreme nudity”.

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Maison Sauvage

Tucked beneath blossoming curtains of colourful flowers and ivy sits this fairytale of a cafe-come-restaurant — a place which combines unique charm with cosy, country-style warmth for a timeless experience — right in the center of Paris. 

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Fashion Week Series // Paris

This week, from September 23 to October 1, Paris Fashion Week will descend on the city The Ink Collective calls home, and our agency team will be in the midst of it — meeting & greeting talented designers and discovering fresh trends for the seasons ahead. For those also in town for the shows and events, we’ve compiled a listing of a few of our favourite haunts to try — our top picks on where to Eat, Drink, Stay & Play in style for fashionistas in full swing.

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