Monthly Archive for August, 2010

Paris: Not Just Lunch

She calls herself “Ms. Lunch”. She’s a chef. She’s an artist. And she combines those vocations in often Dada-esque ways, as photos on her website (www.lunchintheloft.com) attest. For us, her intimate interaction with foodstuffs was significantly less important than her way with a skillet. Ms. Lunch, you see, invites guests, eight at a time, to [...]

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This city can’t be exhausted. Ever. Change whips down every street every swift moment. But here are a few random nibbles to take of The Apple (or not, in the case of one restaurant) before summer ends: *The Gagosian Galleries brand represents heavy hitters in the international art scene, with venues in London, Rome, Athens, [...]

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Save a couple of hours for the people at Ô Chateau. They are purveyors of wine-slanted events – three-course dinners, champagne cruises, day trips to wine country, grand cru and paired chocolate tastings, many of them taking place in cellars that once stored thousands of bottles held in the name of Louis XIV. (Not the blueblood [...]

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