France, Restaurants

Je t’aime Paris

{Eiffel Tower at night}
These past 2 months have been life changing.  I quit my job at the end of March and I found myself with no immediate plans for the first time in my life.  I decided to take advantage of this time to travel, do all the things I’ve always wanted to do, and document it.  I’ve wanted to go to Paris ever since I was a little girl.  This trip was a dream come true.  I went with my greatest foodie friend, Lisa.  Together, we conquered Paris with our stomachs and I also welcomed 29 with open arms.  I loved everything about Paris.  The tea salons, the food, the fashion, the architecture, even the French.  It’s the perfect place to fall in love with life.  The French know how to live.  Never have I ever sat at a cafe for more than 2 hours chatting with friends, or have a 3 hour lunch with wine, or break for tea time at 3 PM and have pretty colored macaroons.  Now that I’m back in NY, I find myself searching for the best tea cafes and macaroons to relive my Parisian vacation.
 {Notre Dame}
 {Gargoyle overlooking Paris}
 {Eiffel Tower in the background}
 {Moulin Rouge}
 {Sacre Coeur}
 {Stairs from Sacre Coeur}
 {Macaroons from Laduree}
 {Tea time}
 {Beautiful antique metro}
 {Before dinner at L’Atelier Joel Robuchon}
 {It looks like a laser light show}
 {The Louvre at night}
 {Inside the Louvre}
 {Blackberry tart from Mariage Freres}
 {Cafe Angelina had the best hot chocolate}
 {Locks on the bridge}
 {Croque madame from Cafe Flor}
 {On a bridge over the Seine River}
 {Best falafel at L’As du Falafel}
Apicius (Fancy French)
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon (Modern French)
Cafe de Flor (French bistro)
Brasserie Lipp (French Bistro)
-L’As du Falafel (Falafel)
34 Rue des Rosiers
75004 PARIS 04, France
Berthillon (Ice cream)
Mariage Freres (Tea salon)
Laduree (Tea salon)
-Le Grand Epicerie at Le Bon Marche (Gourmet food hall)
38 rue de sevres, Paris
and of course the Eiffel Tower!