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It’s nice to spend an afternoon walking around the Palais-Royal gardens. If you go during the weekend, there’s a string orchestra. You can’t get more Paris or romantic than that. Afterward get a coffee or fresh juice at Café Kitsuné nearby. 51 Galerie Montpensier, +33-1-40-15-62-31
To shop, I head to L’Eclaireur. There are a few of them in the city, but my favorite is in the Marais. It looks like a big industrial loft, and it sells everything from furniture to art to clothing. I buy a lot of men’s shirts there. 40 rue de Sévigné, +33-1-48-87-10-22
For drinks, I like the cocktail bar Castor Club. It’s been kind of a secret until now. Downstairs there’s a cave where you can dance. Upstairs it looks a bit like a Swedish sauna. 14 rue Hautefeuille, +33-9-50-64-99-38
One of the best restaurants is Le Richer. It’s one of those places where the menu changes every day—I had the most amazing pork with honey once. It’s quite elaborate without being pretentious; gourmet but still affordable. 2 rue Richer
In the 10th, everyone goes to lunch at Chez Jeannette. It’s a very classically Parisian café, and it plays good music because all the studios in the neighborhood give it their records. 47 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, +33-1-47-70-30-89
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