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Along the lines of la Fête de la Musique, French gastronomy and its talents are making themselves known with a festival that celebrates – well, food called “La Fête de la Gastronomie” from September 22nd>24th, 2017.

In September you will be able to experience the full force of French cuisine here in Paris.

If you’re a big foodie, don’t miss on this food festival to taste and learn more about French gastronomy. 


What? Big banquets, picnics, visite, and gastronomic itineraries, as well as meetings with those in the industry and chefs, along with creative workshops and cooking classes

Founder? The only three-time Michelin starred chef, Anne-Sophie Pic. Her restaurant in Paris: La Dame de Pic.

For whom? Families and foodies!


Our top picks for tasty discoveries

1. Ma Collection, Marchande de Saveurs

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Located in Saint-Germain des Prés (Where? 33 rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris) this lovely local store opened in 2013 offers more than 300 “made in France” gastronomic goods. All wrapped up in charming packagings. The perfect stop for typical foodie souvenirs à la FrançaiseHave a look!


2. Lula Lifestyle Shop

lula lifestyle, by the tourist in paris

Your cute organic and gluten-free eclectic store in East Paris founded in August 2014 (Where? 216 rue saint-maur, 75010 Paris. Metro: Colonel Fabien (line 2)) offers creative and gourmet home made food and drinks with a latino touch.
On Saturday and Sunday, from 11am to 3pm, come enjoy a healthy and delicious gluten-free, bio and organic brunch like a true local in the trendy 10th arrondissement: More here on their Facebook Page. You can book at + 33 1 42 45 62 71.


3. Street Food Temple #2

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The best street food festival in Paris during La Fête de la Gastronomie. Discover the best of Paris Street Food and Food Trucks in Le Marais district. Read our article and win your meal for free there!

 


5. Celebrate French bread and Périgord traditions at restaurant L’Assiette

L'assiette, by the tourist in paris

On September 26th, from 12:30pm, on the Montmartre Hill (Where? 78 rue Labat, 75018 Paris), at gourmet and creative restaurant L’Assiette, come discover typical and traditional home made French bread mixed with local food from Périgord (a region in Center France) where the owner is from. A can’t-miss foodie tasting if you’re in Montmartre this Saturday. More here.


6. La Grande Coutellerie, the French knife your kitchen is looking for

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No good French food or kitchen can come without a good knife. Whether you want to crack open a bottle of champagne or cut a slice of meat, we recommend you buy a quality “made in France” knife or saber from Claude Dozorme, a brand which has been excelling in this area since 1902. On Saturday head to the store on 11 rue Tronchet, (75008 Paris, Metro: Madeleine), ad learn how to crack open a bottle of champagne like a true chef with a saber! A good way to impress your friends at your next party. More here on their Facebook Page.
(Tip: if you spend more than 175€ at the store, it’s tax free for foreigners!)

Want to learn more? Here is their official site and their Facebook page.

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When:
September 22th, 23th, and 24th 2017

Where: Ma Collection Marchande de Saveurs, Rue Mazarine, Paris, France
Metro: Odéon (Lines 4 & 10)