paris by night.

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Twilight in the Haut Marais after a full (or ‘long’ in the words of my husband) afternoon shopping…near the intersection where Iro meets Sandro meets Maje meets Zadig + Voltaire.

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Late afternoon espresso next to an unexpected visitor  at Café de Flore, the legendary  literary café that once hosted Hemingway and Truman Capote. Celebrity Alert: We spotted Lou Doillon hanging out in the corner…perhaps the highlight of my trip!
la-belle-juliette-parisThe rosy sitting room of our hotel, Le Belle Juliette.

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Starting off an evening with escargot, Rosé, and the Aspen Charity Bracelet.frenchie-restaurant-paris
The tiny kitchen at Frenchie. I booked a reservation at this cult-favorite culinary destination months ahead and it was well worth it! A gem that will please the extreme Foodie, cool-hunter or anyone simply looking for a cozy + delicious meal.spring-restaurant-parisDelicious dessert + Sauternes after a blind four course tasting menu at Spring. Maybe I am just a simpleton, but the jury is still out on this ‘serious’ experience.
jj-scholl-luxury-travel-planner-paris-ralph'sWe rambled over to Ralph’s for a Monday night bite sans-reservation and could not get in. You heard it here, the Frenchies love Americana. Thankfully I got my fix at RL in Chicago over Christmas.
l'hotel-parisPost dinner cocktails at L’Hotel, the hush-hush spot for cool cats like Johnny Depp and Helena Christensen. Interesting fact: it was the former home (and death place) of Oscar Wilde.
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The foyer at L’Hotel.
IMG_4898Macaroons! This shot had to be the finale as we would stop for these addictive delicacies every day and save them in the hotel room for a late night snack.
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