- Food & Drink
- Travel Services
- Le Blog
I was introduced to Victoria by Maribeth Clemente, author of THE RICHES OF PARIS at a book signing at Brentanos in Paris.
Afterward several of us had dinner at the Marché de Place St.-Honoré. My clients, from Melbourne, Victoria-Texas, Seattle and San Francisco, former Hermés [...]Continue Reading →
John Davis was born and raised in Berkeley Ca and landed in Normandy after D-Day on July 28 1944. A twenty-four year old ordinance officer responsible for moving trucks and tanks across the channel he met the 15 –year old Jeannette in the village of Granville near Lisieux.
This older brother, younger [...]Continue Reading →
The refugees that gather on Saturday afternoons at this 6th arrondissement destination when owner Juan Sanchez welcomes one or two of his wine and cognac suppliers for complimentary degustations are not seeking asylum from Nazis-they [...]Continue Reading →
When did you first come to France?
I first came to France in the summer of 1977. I had won a fellowship to [...]Continue Reading →
My Déjeuner with Bernard
A cold December day in Paris and Juan Sanchez had invited the aptly named Bernard Boisson of A. Edmund Audry to present his extraordinary cognacs at La Dernière Goutte’s ritualistic Saturday afternoon dégustation.
Silver-maned, courtly of manner, clad in a tweed blazer and accompanied by Mme. Boisson he was the personification [...]Continue Reading →
From a baggage handler to Chef Concierge of three Left Bank hotels Sanjay is an Americanish success story. We are delighted to welcome him to our team.
For over 13 years he has been welcoming guests to Paris and sparing no effort to enhance their visit. Always impeccably attired as one would expect from a [...]Continue Reading →
Paris Artist Kathy Burke also Paints Portraits
Kathy Burke has been painting, living and making a living in Paris for over 30 years–hard to believe when she breaks out into an adorable and slightly enigmatic smile reminiscent of a slightly self-conscious teenage girl.
She paints with acrylics on linen canvas. Her subjects have been individuals, [...]Continue Reading →
If you are a fan of classic French Cinema then you’ve no doubt seen the name Lenny Borger credited as the subtitler on many new French films and the revivals of such films as LA GRANDE ILLUSION, RULES OF THE GAME, PEPE LE MOKO, QUAI DES ORFEVRES, RIFIFI and BREATHLESS.
I caught up [...]Continue Reading →
Join Our Mailing List