Paris - help!

Just booked a trip in May - not been for years! My partner is a regular and knows the place well, however I just wondered if anyone here had a few maybe slightly obscure recommendations or some places to eat or drink i could take her.

Couldnt see any other topics on this , but I probably missed them

Obligatory, ‘take her up the eiffel tower’ reference…

Do NOT use the public loos at Gare du Nord.

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Wow.

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i would recommend queuing outside of david lynch’s club for hours before being turned away

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thought you were in some mild peril from the thread title.

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I was all ‘ooh I’m going to be there in about an hour, what can I do?’

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Only mild relationship peril, but I guess i’m in that pretty much permanently

very helpful thread so far

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Can’t believe you think any of us would say something like this, tbh. Much more likely to recommend taking her up the Orsay.

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Is she partial to jams and conserves by any chance?

cause this is a good shop and I like it

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mm i bet this is nice

https://lachambreauxconfitures.com/en/limited-editions/christmas-editions/clementine-rum-vanilla.html

:drooling_face:
https://lachambreauxconfitures.com/en/chocolates-caramels-honeys/salted-butter-caramel-praline.html

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Twelve posts in and the best we can do is a jam shop.

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It’s a really good jam shop!

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Well in that case, brb getting Eurostar tickets and an adult nappy for the return trip .

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If you fancy a rock’n’roll bar with a basement dive where bands play, this place is worth checking out.

And this is my favourite record shop in Paris.

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Probably the most sophisticated bum sex joke I’ve ever made and I’m getting NOTHING from you people.

That is probably exactly the kind of thing i’m after! Cheers