Savoring the renown cuisine of France should be one of the high-points of any trip to Paris. Unfortunately, many travel guides give their top ratings to deluxe "temples" of haute cuisine that most travelers will find stuffy, intimidating and - even with the strong dollar - incredibly expensive. Conversely, the low-priced brasserie/cafés that can be found on almost every street corner are fine places to stop for a drink but generally serve mediocre food. Worst of all, there are also many tourist traps that manage to be both mediocre and expensive. What's the secret to finding a great meal in Paris without spending a fortune? Join Bob and Michele Seass, authors of "Best Bistros & Brasseries in New York City" as they dine, just as most Parisians do, in cozy, reasonably priced neighborhood bistros. In "Favorite Paris Bistros - Twenty-First Century Edition" they share the many dining highlights, plus a few surprising lowlights, from their last eight trips to the City! of Light. Their trip reports also include sightseeing suggestions and tips on cozy small hotels.
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"Favorite Paris Bistros – Twenty-first Century Edition" is the new, revised and greatly expanded third edition of the Parisian savvy dining guide, "Favorite Paris Bistros." It is also one of the first Parisian travel guides to show all prices in euros.
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Book Description Best Bistros & Brasseries, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0965098478
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