What are some places to get something other than French
"There's 404. It's a Moroccan restaurant that's really
fun. My favorite drink is there, and it's called a 404 Cocktail.
It's sort of like a mojito
with vodka. They have it in
London as well, at a place called Momo's. It's the same owner.
Really good, really fun. And really good couscous. The seating's
pretty low, very bohemian, a little more funky. There's also a
wonderful Italian place called Stresa. I love it. I always get the
pasta with caviar - just a flat pasta with butter and caviar.
That's my favorite. And then a scoop of vanilla ice cream with a
shot of espresso over it. As you can tell, food is a big part of my
time in Paris. Oh, then there's Bofinger, the brasserie that has
all the big platters of seafood. It's a famous place. It's two
"Uh-oh. There goes my baby. My baby needs me, so I've
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whose work has also appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire,
in the third arrondissement.
An entire street devoted to shoes - what could be better? The fact
that it's also a discount-shopping street. Imagine store after
store of everything from clodhoppers to four-inch satin sling
Book a lunch, dinner, or strictly sightseeing cruise and set sail
on the Seine. You can enjoy the sights of the Right Bank with its
spacious and formal boulevards and the more carefree Left Bank.
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