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Hunger Games Despite the pandemic, enterprising young chef Alexia Duchêne is determined to keep Parisians well fed

Take a Deep Breath Thanks to a $56,000 ventilation system, fine dining welcomes back Parisians at Alain Ducasse’s Allard

Preserve and Protect Gourmands around the world know that Bonne Maman glorifies the French tradition of jam-making. But just how does the ultra-secretive operation do it?

Hold the Dairy The craze for a healthier, tastier alterna-milk has turned Oatly into a $2 billion success story

This Old House? A smart new hotel aims to outshine the Loire Valley’s celebrated châteaux

Underground Gourmet In lockdown, desperate French chefs keep the lights on (low) with speakeasy restaurants

Mory Sacko The new face of French cuisine serves up fine food and great television

Heartbreak Hotel Isabelle Huppert is now occupying one of the grandest suites in Paris

Greece Is the Word There’s never been a better time to escape to the islands

Burned! After a 21-year run, Alain Ducasse’s restaurant at the Plaza Athénée is closing under mysterious circumstances

Dinner with the Queen During an unforgettable meal with Julia Child, a young writer discovers a kindred spirit

Rethink Pink Hollywood types and old-world wine-makers are out to upend antiquated notions of rosé

Look and Sea A stylish new hotel that’s worth the trek to Croatia

Shock and Awe Alain Ducasse’s exit from the Plaza Athénée rocked Paris. But his replacement is generating even more buzz

The Haute-est New Hotel in Paris The LVMH-owned Cheval Blanc brings luxury to new heights. But who’s buying it?

Fit for a King At his new Versailles restaurant, Alain Ducasse continues his reign over French cuisine

The Riviera’s New Jewel Bonne chance getting a table at Mauro Colagreco’s Ceto …

The Grande Dame of Lausanne A lakeside hotel in Switzerland brings the purpose of travel into stark relief

Make Yourself Comfortable At a charming new hotel in Paris, disrobing is highly encouraged

Stepping Back in Time Heading to Florida? Skip the hotel and check into these midcentury masterpieces

Gasoline Allez! In Paris, the once humble service station becomes a stomping ground for the cool crowd

Speaking Volumes In Paris, the beloved Red Wheelbarrow bookshop is growing—along with readers’ appetites for the printed page

Fishing for Complements The charming owner of Estiatorio Milos has returned to his homeland with an alluring new hotel in Athens

From Les Halles to La Brasserie The New York City bistro once popularized by Anthony Bourdain has a dynamic new owner in cookware magnate Francis Staub