Bistros were once a stalwart of the French capital, but as chefs grow more interested in trendy, contemporary fare, this classic establishment may be relegated to become a relic of its former self.
In the French Basque Country, a former Parisian is redefining what it means to run a sustainable restaurant.
An exploration of the history of the baguette, a loaf of bread that may not be the perennial French favorite we all think it is.
Breakfast in Paris is a short and sweet affair—but this wasn’t always the case.
Contaminated bodies and ecosystems by pesticide use on banana plantations in the French Caribbean reveals the ongoing aftermath of colonial violence.
Marie Antoinette never said “let them eat cake,” but for better or worse, the French are obsessed with what their people of power eat.
In Nashville, Tennessee, the father-son team of Laurent Champonnois and Melvil Arnt are resurrecting French bistro culture with their restaurant, Once Upon a Time in France.
In Paris, France, the magic of the holiday season is illuminated for locals and lingering tourists alike.
In Paris, world-renowned chefs celebrate something they all have in common: heirloom recipes passed down from their grandmothers’ kitchens.
In France, service style may seem unorthodox to some, but the culture is commonly accepted in a country with high reverence for its cuisine.
Perched on the French coast town of Châtelaillon-Plage is a humble and friendly crêperie by the name of Les Bains de Fleurs.
During the holidays, lunch in France routinely stretches past the four-hour mark with champagne, good food, and lively conversations.