A Taste of Paris
For an authentic meal while strolling through the Châtelet neighbourhood, make sure you stop at the Petit Bouillon Pharamond. The listed historical monument is one of Paris’s institutional brasseries where François Mitterrand, Hemingway and Oscar Wilde once dined, and it is where you can dine on traditional French fare including snails, foie gras and beef tartare with fries for under 20 euros. Open non-stop from 12pm to 12am.
24 rue de la Grande Truanderie (1st), 01 40 28 45 18
He is the artist without a face that everyone knows, and now Banksy’s world is being showcased at the Espace Lafayette Drouot. The World of Banksy, The Immersive Experience brings together 100 works of the street artist who creates pieces that are instantly recognisable with his signature humour. Satirical, Banksy’s street art is an intellectual conversation between politics and art, with the world unaware of when and where his next masterpiece will appear. Showing until the 31st of December, this exhibition is a fun and interesting look into the anonymous artist’s world.
44 rue du Faubourg Montmartre (9th), 01 82 83 28 55
Fashion your own hat at Courtois Paris. The high-end milliner organises hat-making ateliers, upon reservation, that are sure to delight hat-loving fashionistas looking for a unique accessory.
8 rue de Babylone (7th), 09 83 51 92 72
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