Writer Jane Sigal hit every arrondissement in Paris in search of culinary brilliance. Here's what she found: sensational restaurants, some in the city's farthest reaches; wine bars with fantastic food; and pâtisseries where the baker is as obsessed with seasonality, inventive flavors and ingredient sourcing as a chef. Rounding out our Paris travel guide: delicious French recipes from three of Sigal's favorite finds and five stunning new hotels.
From haute to casual, the hottest Paris restaurant tables.
Five hot Paris wine bars with amazing wines and food.
Left: Le Verre Volé has a deep selection of natural wines. © Toby Glanville
Trendsetting French boulangeries and pâtisseries.
Left: Neo-boulanger Gontran Cherrier is fond of playing with flavors that would shock the old guard, from squid ink to cumin. © Dingo/La Societe Anonyme
Five fabulously chic new Paris hotels.
Left: After a two-year renovation, Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris opened with interiors by Philippe Starck. © Aya Brackett
Six Paris chocolate shops for cutting-edge French sweets.
Left: Marshmallows and more at the Paris chocolate shop Meert.
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