Photo by Laurent Ponce, courtesy of Kubi.

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The Paris Hit List: Tekés, Le Châteaubriand, Les Enfants du Marché, and More

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Paris in the springtime and all that, but any time of year is a great one to dine in the City of Light. The new is everywhere, at inventive café-canteens like Gramme and Lou and Mediterranean-Levantine restaurants like Kubri and Tekés. Old favorites are also doing brisk business as travelers flock to the city. Find all this and more in our latest Paris Hit List.

Lindsey Tramuta is a Paris-based freelance food, culture, and travel journalist and the author of the books “The New Paris” and “The New Parisienne.” Her work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, Fortune, Condé Nast Traveler, Afar, Eater, and Bloomberg. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter. Follow Resy, too.

1. Charbon Kunitoraya

  • 1st arrondissement (Palais Royal)

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4. Les Enfants du Marché

  • 3rd arrondissement (Marché des Enfants Rouges)

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5. Parcelles

  • 3rd arrondissement (Arts et Métiers)

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6. Bistrot des Tournelles

  • 4th arrondissement (Bastille)

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7. Nonos & Comestibles

  • 8th arrondissement (Concorde)

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8. Jean Imbert au Plaza Athénée

  • 8th arrondissement (Avenue Montaigne)

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10. Le Châteaubriand

  • 11th arrondissement (Goncourt)

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13. Santa Silvia

  • 20th arrondissement (Villa Riberolle)

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