Friends of Edible Paris

Here are some other services, all run by good friends, that can help to make your stay in Europe even more enjoyable:

  • HIP Paris blog

    Erica Berman has impeccable taste and it shows in the selection of holiday apartments and villas her company Haven in Paris offers in Paris, Provence and Tuscany. HIP Paris is her informative and entertaining Paris blog.

  • David Lebovitz

    My friend David’s extremely popular blog is a must for any food lover who is planning to visit Paris. Originally a pastry chef, David often writes about sweets but also posts on his favorite restaurants and other food trends.

  • Le Fooding

    A fixture on the Paris food scene, this annual guide to restaurants in Paris and beyond has a frequently-updated website where you can read about the latest openings and search by arrondissement or other criteria. Most reviews have (slightly quirky) English translations.

  • La Cuisine Paris

    If you dream of recreating your favorite Paris treats at home — whether croissants, baguettes, macarons or a full three-course, market-inspired meal — La Cuisine Paris has just the right class for you, in its spacious premises on the banks of the Seine.

  • Paris Muse

    No matter how many times you’ve been to Paris, a trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a museum.

    At Paris Muse, art historian Ellen McBreen offers interactive tours for small groups, giving fresh insight into what can be an overwhelming experience.

  • Paris Authentic

    Three Parisian friends had the brilliant idea of offering chauffeur-driven tours in the classic French car, the Citroën 2CV. There are many different tours to choose from, including a day in Versailles and a wine-tasting tour of Paris.

  • TIme Out Paris

    Thoroughly researched and entertainingly written, the Time Out guides will give you the confidence to tackle any major city.

    Recently Time Out relaunched its Paris website in French, and I am the consulting editor in charge of restaurants.