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Wining & Dining in Paris
by Andy Herbach and Karl Raaum




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Paris dining pro Andy Herbach leads readers to the best Parisian restaurants and wine bars, including top wine shops and other places to buy great wine

The author of "Eating & Drinking in Paris" and "Open Road's Best of Paris" brings us his take on the best combination of culinary delights imaginable - delectable French food and out-of-this-world French wine - in the best city in the world to combine them: Paris

A brief section introduces readers to the Parisian restaurant scene, French wines by region, and select culinary and wine terms. The rest of the book is arranged by district (arrondissement) for ease of use, and each arrondissement section offers a map followed by top restaurant picks (not just high-end gourmet, but also great meals at more moderate prices), wine bars, cafes, wine shops (including organic wine shops) and other places that sell wine such as cheese shops and bakeries. The restaurants selected will all be known for their wine selection (with select wine-food pairings) -- no mean feat for a city overflowing with restaurants featuring top-notch wine even in the humblest establishments.

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Overview

Paris dining pro Andy Herbach leads readers to the best Parisian restaurants and wine bars, including top wine shops and other places to buy great wine

The author of "Eating & Drinking in Paris" and "Open Road's Best of Paris" brings us his take on the best combination of culinary delights imaginable - delectable French food and out-of-this-world French wine - in the best city in the world to combine them: Paris

A brief section introduces readers to the Parisian restaurant scene, French wines by region, and select culinary and wine terms. The rest of the book is arranged by district (arrondissement) for ease of use, and each arrondissement section offers a map followed by top restaurant picks (not just high-end gourmet, but also great meals at more moderate prices), wine bars, cafes, wine shops (including organic wine shops) and other places that sell wine such as cheese shops and bakeries. The restaurants selected will all be known for their wine selection (with select wine-food pairings) -- no mean feat for a city overflowing with restaurants featuring top-notch wine even in the humblest establishments.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781593602130
  • ISBN-10: 1593602138
  • Publisher: Open Road Publishing
  • Publish Date: June 2015
  • Page Count: 160
  • Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds

Series: Open Road Travel Guides #1

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