Monday, April 6, 2015

Paris Restaurants and Cafes

Paris Restaurants and Cafes: When one thinks or views Paris, France one has the picture which comes to mind are its cafes and restaurants, and Paris has the best. Here are is a collection of Paris Cafes and Restaurants on the following Pinterests board. Please note, when using this board click under the name Roger Christian link to find where to go, and where you can find the eating location of your choice. This board is not even close to all the cafes and restaurants, and that some listed have closed. If you find one which is not included or is list in correctly then please email me at  Moreover, you can send me a review as well. Thank you.
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Paris, Paris The Cultural Center of Europe

Paris, France is the Cultural Center of Europe. The city's architecture, arts scene, cafes and restaurants, shows, museums, and rich in historic sights all a wonder of the world in this compact city. More importantly, it is about the most inexpensive city any where to visit or stay. Thus making this location a hub of artists, fashions designers, free thinking idealists, and entertainers can have a safe haven to make history - or at least try.
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Paris Nightlife Entertainment Guide

Paris Nightlife Entertainment Guide on Pinterests Launched. To find the location of where you are and what entertainment venue is close to you hit the link under the name Roger Christian on the widget Pinterest board. A map should appear. Moreover, any suggestions, corrections, or other items needed to be included place take the time and send them to email . Thank you.
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Monday, February 17, 2014

  • Film marks seventh collaboration with the filmmaker and Sony Classics
  • New York, NY (January 9, 2014) - Sony Pictures Classics announced today that they have acquired all North American rights to Woody Allen’s upcoming film, MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT from Gravier Productions. Like BLUE JASMINE, the film is produced by Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum and Edward Walson. The film was shot by Darius Khondji (MIDNIGHT IN PARIS) with Production Design by Anne Seibel (MIDNIGHT IN PARIS).
    Once again, Woody Allen has put together a stellar cast including Eileen Atkins, Colin Firth, Marcia Gay Harden, Hamish Linklater, Simon McBurney, Emma Stone, and Jacki Weaver. MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT is a romantic comedy about an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindle. Personal and professional complications ensue. The film is set in the south of France in the 1920s against a backdrop of wealthy mansions, the Côte d’Azur, jazz joints and fashionable spots for the wealthy of the Jazz Age.
    ABOUT SONY PICTURES CLASSICSMichael Barker and Tom Bernard serve as co-presidents of Sony Pictures Classics—an autonomous division of Sony Pictures Entertainment they founded with Marcie Bloom in January 1992, which distributes, produces, and acquires independent films from around the world.
    Barker and Bernard have released prestigious films that have won 31 Academy Awards® (27 of those at Sony Pictures Classics) and have garnered 135 Academy Award® nominations (109 at Sony Pictures Classics) including Best Picture nominations for AMOUR, MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, AN EDUCATION, CAPOTE, HOWARDS END, and CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON.
    ABOUT SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENTSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America, a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation. SPE's global operations encompass motion picture production and distribution; television production and distribution; home entertainment acquisition and distribution; a global channel network; digital content creation and distribution; operation of studio facilities; development of new entertainment products, services and technologies; and distribution of entertainment in more than 142 countries. For additional information, go to
    Press Contact:Bebe Lerner (323) 822-4800Sheri Goldberg (646) 723-3800

  • Thursday, October 31, 2013

    Launch of International Museum Day 2014

    Launch of International Museum Day 2014

    Museum collections make connections

    The worldwide community of museums will celebrate International Museum Day around 18 May, 2014.

    This year, the theme of the International Museum Day will be
    Museum collections make connections. This theme is a reminder that museums are living institutions that help creating bonds between visitors, generations and cultures around the world.

    The International Council of Museums (ICOM) established International Museum Day in 1977 to increase public awareness of the role of museums in the development of society. Momentum has been rising unabated ever since. In 2013, International Museum Day garnered record-breaking participation with almost 35,000 museums hosting events in more than 143 countries.

    Created in 1946, ICOM (International Council of Museums) is an international non-governmental organization maintaining formal relations with UNESCO. Within the United Nations, ICOM has a consultative status with the Economic and Social Council. ICOM is the only international organization representing museums and museum professionals on a global level.

    Visit the International Museum Day official website

    Press Contact – Matthew GUICHARD – 33 1 47 34 81 58 –

    Maison de l’UNESCO. 1, rue Miollis. 75732 Paris Cedex 15. France Tél. +33 1 47 34 05 00. Fax : +33 1 43 06 78 62

    Monday, October 8, 2012

    Zagat Releases Paris Restaurants Guide

  • Contact: Tiffany Herklots

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  • Zagat Releases Paris Restaurants Guide

    Winners: Taillevent (Food, Service), Cristal Room (Decor) and Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Popularity)
    PARIS, May 22, 2012 – This morning Zagat released its 2012/13 Paris Restaurants Guide, in French and English editions, covering 714 eateries in the Paris area. The results are based on the shared input of 8,015 avid diners, curated by Zagat’s editors.
    Report Card: According to the Survey, Parisians eat out 3 times per week, which is more than diners in London (2.4), but trailing those in Tokyo (4.0). When asked about their dining out habits, 21% of surveyors report dining out less than last year, vs. 17% who say more. As for the cost of dining, Paris continues to be one of the world’s most expensive cities with the average meal costing 61.64€. That is more than London at 51.89€ and nearly double New York City at 32.76€. Of the many cities surveyed by Zagat, only Tokyo at 83.54€ is more expensive than Paris.
    Winners: This year’s top tickets include Chef Alain Solivérès’ “sublime” haute cuisine at Taillevent (winner for Food and Service), Atelier de Joël Robuchon, which was named Most Popular by surveyors, and the “striking” scene at Cristal Room (decor winner). The full list of winners follow:
    1) Taillevent
    2) Pierre Gagnaire
    3) Guy Savoy
    4) Grand Véfour
    5) Le Cinq
    1) Cristal Room
    2) Le Cinq
    3) Grand Véfour
    4) Taillevent
    5) Le Meurice
    1) Taillevent
    2) Epicure
    3) Le Meurice
    4) Le Cinq
    5) Ambassadeurs
    1) Atelier Joël Robuchon
    2) Taillevent
    3) Guy Savoy
    4) Jules Verne
    5) Alain Ducasse
    1) Septime
    2) Agape Substance
    3) Auberge du 15
    4) Abeille
    5) Akrame
    Best Buy
    1) As du Fallafel
    2) Higuma
    3) Chartier
    4) Al Taglio
    5) Baron Rouge
    Bistro (Traditional)
    1) Quincy
    2) Chez L’Ami Jean
    3) Violon d’Ingres
    4) Petit Pontoise
    5) Régalade
    1) Comptoir/Relais
    2) Relais Plaza
    3) Dressirier
    4) Chez Les Anges
    5) Pétrus
    Hot Spots: Besides this year’s top newcomer, Septime, a modest bistro in the 11th, crowds are also flocking to Saint-Germain’s Agapé Substance to sample New French tapas, the high-end Cantonese Shang Palace, the Left Bank’s L’Affable and hipster bistro Chatomat. Romain Tischenko, winner of the Franco-Belgian Top Chef, has opened Le Galopin, a bistro in the 2nd.
    Uncorked: Across the city, wine bars are popping up, with standouts including Au Passage and Le Dauphin in the 11th arrondissement as well as Albion and Vivant, which are creating a hopping scene in the 10th. Over in the 5th, Dans les Landes presents a ham-heavy menu of Southwestern tapas to accompany its wine bar and bistro atmosphere.
    Mobile Phones: This year, 27% of surveyors admit to having a restaurant-related application on their smartphone, but 52% consider it “rude and inappropriate” for diners to talk, text, email or tweet at the table. In contrast, 83% say it’s acceptable for diners to photograph their food or dining companions.
    Miscellaneous: When asked about what irritates the most when dining out, an overwhelming 76% cited Service, with Noise a distant second at 17%. Diners split over celebrity chefs, with 48% saying they are more likely to dine at a restaurant with a famous chef, while 49% say it has no effect.
    Survey Details: The 2012/13 Paris Restaurants Survey ($15.95) was edited by Josh Rogers and Alexander Lobrano, with local coordination by Mary Deschamps. The content is available for purchase online at and at major Paris bookstores. For news and updates, follow @Zagat on Twitter and add Zagat to your circles on Google+.
    About Zagat Survey, LLC:
    Known as the "burgundy bible," Zagat Survey is the world's most trusted source for consumer-generated survey information. With a worldwide network of surveyors, Zagat rates and reviews restaurants, hotels, nightlife, movies, music, golf, shopping and a range of other entertainment categories and is lauded as the "most up-to-date," "comprehensive" and "reliable" guide, published on all platforms. Zagat content is available to consumers wherever and whenever they need it: on, on Zagat’s mobile applications and in book form. In September 2011, Zagat was acquired by Google Inc.
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    Wednesday, August 15, 2012

    Art Paris Art Fair 2013

      In the wake of a successful 2012, ART PARIS ART FAIR is pleased to announce that its 2013 edition will be held from 28th to 31st March at the Grand Palais. The fair will continue to explore the East European art scenes, with a special focus on Russia. In an effort to reach out to American galleries who are linked to Europe, the fair has invited Bernard Zürcher who has galleries in both Paris and New York, to join ART PARIS ART FAIR’s selection committee ART PARIS ART FAIR wishes to thank its partners
    AFP, Crédit Suisse, Diptyque, Efficio Group, Fedrigoni, Ideat Magazine, Les Echos Série limitée, Paris Première, RATP, Réunion des Musées Nationaux Grand Palais, Ruinart, T Systems Télérama, The Good Life.