Published in Condé Nast traveller Insider Europe January 2013 by Natasha Edwards : Wherever you are in Paris, there’s a food market nearby: the city has more than 90 of them, each with its own character and style. At weekends, even in snooty quartiers such as Auteuil and Trocadéro, Parisians grab their baskets and head [...] (Read more)
At www.standaard.be I found some charming picnic places for the summerseason : 1/ LE MARCHE DES ENFANTS ROUGES AND SQUARE DU TEMPLE One of the oldest markets of Paris gives you the opportunity to buy international food from over the world. When you found your taste, head for the charming Square du temple, where you’ll [...] (Read more)
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Text : Emily Sands-Bonin
Newly refurbished and opened in late September this year, the Marché de l?Olive has been hailed as very ?Baltard? by Bertrand Delanoë, mayor of Paris, an allusion to French 19th century architect Victor Baltard, designer of Les Halles, Paris? mythical central market. But if Les Halles, destroyed in 1971, has [...] (Read more)
At Boulevard Raspail (6e arr.) they have a fresh market every Tuesday and Friday. But on Sunday the market transforms itself into the best organic market in Paris. In addition to poultry, cider, fruits, vegetables, charcuterie and cheese all labeled “natural” – this elegant market sometimes includes a truffle farmer who sells in the season [...] (Read more)
After some years of decline, the Marché St.-Quentin, near the Montmartre Studio-Loft is alive again. The covered market sells all fresh products as bread, vegetables, meat and fish from France. But you can also find specialities of other countries ( Brasil, Libanon, Italy, Portugal, …). The market is open every day except on monday.
Marché St.-Quentin, [...] (Read more)
Although I’m more fond of London or New York at this time of the year, but you happen to be in Paris,there are plenty things to do and explore;
To get a real Christmas feeling, stroll on one of the Christmas markets all over the city. Most of them are on well know places and can [...] (Read more)
“La Grande Braderie de la Mode 2009″ will be held as every year the first weekend of december (5 and 6 of December) of which the profit goes to the Aids organisations.
On this event people can buy fashion clothes signed by well known style icons at high reduced prices from 50 to 80%.
More or less [...] (Read more)
A new gourmet adress did open in spring on the Place Pigalle. On two floors you can find at Le Marché des Gastronomes products of high quality : meet, cheese, wine, vegetables.
The accent is on french products and small bio productors. You also can find soups, jams and chocolats bio.
The wines and champagnes are reasonably [...] (Read more)
The oldest covered market in Paris, the Marché des Enfants Rouges was established in the early 1600s and remains a center of Marais life.
A new structure has replaced the original, but it still houses cheesemongers, vintners and grocers.
Better there’s a bounty of small restaurants that resembles a Benneton ad : Italian, Japanese, French, Afro-Caribbean, [...] (Read more)
The organic market on Boulevard Raspail and Av. d’Iéna is endless, and fantastic on the weekend.
Tuesday through Saturday at 7 a.m., there are market stalls along this street, between rue du Cherche-Midi and rue de Rennes until 2:30 p.m. On Sundays it is a purely organic market, or, as the French say, biologique. That?s [...] (Read more)
You will find an imposing list of dealers and specialists (Read more)
It first came to being in the Great Paris Exposition in 1900 (Read more)