Has the onset of spring got you itching to travel? How about a trip to Paris?
Patricia Schultz, author of our 365 Days in France Wall Calendar and 365 Days in Italy Wall Calendar, interviewed fellow Workman author Patricia Wells about which eateries in Paris are worth a trip. Wells’ latest book is called The Food Lover’s Guide to Paris.
> Patricia Schultz: What is the most obvious change that a foodie visitor to Paris will notice after an absence of many years?
> Patricia Wells: Restaurants open 7 days a week, sometimes even 365 days a year (so many used to be closed weekends plus two months in the summer!). Restaurants are much more casual; there is a much larger international influence, especially from Anglophone chefs (American, British, Australian, New Zealanders). And they’re much more price conscious, especially at lunch.
For the full interview, head over to our partners at Workman’s Blue Plate Special!
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