looking through our january catalog, i’m sure more than a few of you were wondering… who’s the handsome guy? his name is gauthier and he is a french model – our team found him on the street! we asked him to give us the insider scoop on his favorite places to eat and hang out in paris.
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le saut du loup, 107, rue de rivoli, 1st
where i had my first date with my girlfriend in paris… this place is wonderful! you eat in front of an amazing view : the tour eiffel, the louvre… in summer you can have a drink or a meal in the middle of the tuileries garden. very romantic!
chez julien, 1, rue du pont louis-philippe, 4th
this place is on the bank of the seine and is very romantic – the perfect place for a date with your girl or boyfriend! it’s calm and makes you dream of love stories :)
bar hemingway (ritz hotel), 15, place vendôme, 1st
the definition of dandyism. i like to meet the ghosts of coco chanel or ernest hemingway there!
pershing hall, 49, rue pierre charron, 8th
THE place to have a drink at the spring when the sun goes down. the light is amazing and the huge vertical garden is covered with sweet succulents. perfect for meeting your friends at an outdoor table in the court and having some of the delicious cocktails and hors d’œuvres they do, or for having a romantic dinner on one of the many balconies.
le chacha, 47, rue pierre berger, 1st
here YOU are the music! the favorite place of hip young parisians. i love to go there to have a glass of whiskey and then go upstairs where i can grab one of the guitars and play music all night long with people i’ve just met!
le bus palladium, 6, rue pierre fontaine, 9th
i absolutely adore this rock paradise. the music goes from chuck berry to pete doherty to david bowie. here you really have fun like crazy – no dress code, everybody can walk in, in a suit or disguised as a rock star. the luckiest can even book a table to have dinner in a room upstairs and begin the night properly.
la galerie de l’instant, 46, rue de poitou, 3rd
they have great photography exhibitions. the artists are very approachable – i met the photographer of the rolling stones and we had a lot of fun together!
so now you have a female AND male perspective on paris hot spots! merci beaucoup, gauthier!