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A major restaurant union in Paris says bistros will close as a result.
Acclaimed chef Daniel Rose was born in Chicago, but he's never cooked in the States. Now he's moving his whole family to Manhattan to open an ambitious new project.
‘New York’ Magazine's restaurant critic on why both cities' strengths and weaknesses dovetail, these days, in a complementary way.
Hundreds of bakers enter the Grand Prix de la Meilleure Baguette de Paris, but only one wins the right to deliver the president's bread for the year.
He exclusively posts food porn.
He and Ladurée have made peanut-butter and cola macarons.
Part of the Cut's "Paris in 30 Days."
Adam Platt talks to Paris critic Bruno Verjus about food trends in New York and Paris.
Le Coq Rico is from chef Antoine Westermann.
It's part of an effort to bring affordable, high-quality food to an underserved neighborhood near the town's northern border.
The 40-seat restaurant sure beats raw potatoes.
Good thing he had his passport.
Despicable things are happening in the City of Lights.
Yes, the L'Arpège comic book also has recipes.
"As this technology becomes mainstream, McDonald's might need to get used to it," he writes.
The new Eiffel taco.