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Scarlett Johansson is back in Paris where she was spotted having dinner with her boyfriend, Nate Naylor, at Schmuck last night.
Le Schmuck, located at 1 rue de Condé, is popular with Parisians because the food is good and its scene is pretty glam, but it won't break the bank. The most expensive meal on the menu, a steak with potatoes, is under €25.
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Inside RL Restaurant in Chicago
For the "ladies who lunch," the first stop on a trip to Chicago is a meal at RL Restaurant, the bistro from American fashion designer Ralph Lauren. As it abuts his eponymous store, the Restaurant is a destination in itself, where diners may immerse themselves in the latest designs over a mimosa and salad. Since this concept has fared so well, Ralph is bringing it overseas to Paris as Ralph's, upscale dining which will be attached to his new flagship store on the Boulevard Saint Germain.
Not only will it be the first such fashion cafe from Ralph in Europe, but it will be a sight to see. Racked National reports: "Built in a 1600s hotel particulier, the interiors have been restored with rough limestone, French white-oak paneling, and Versailles-style parquet floors."
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When you think of super world traveling celebrities, usually people like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie come to mind, or Rihanna with all the concert-to-concert jetsetting she's been doing. But oftentimes, because of their huge celeb status, these big names never get to truly experience a destination, let alone pass along recommendations. For this reason, our favorite super world traveler is burlesque star Dita Von Teese.
To the delight of travel dorks and her fans around the world, Dita is a regular on Twitter, sharing everything from her favorite restaurants to layover and jetlag tips. She might even travel more than most celebrities, seeing as how her various endorsements and performances bring her to places are varying as Miami, Sao Paulo, Kazakhstan, Beijing and Moscow over only a few months. Plus she spends half her time in Paris, so we can always count on true gems of recommendations for Parisian hotspots.
To travel as glamorously as Dita, we've compiled a few of her great travel advice tweets after the jump...
Earlier this year, we pouted and said a sad little "au revoir, notre amour" to the Hotel Everland, a single little hotel room which sat atop Paris' Palais de Tokyo and offered an unparalleled view of the EIffel Tower starting from $488 a night.
After a very successful run of just over a year, the pop-up hotel room left in April, but now Paris is reviving the concept in the form of a restaurant. Fashion Week Daily has the dirt on what's sure to be the next big thing on the Paris cuisine scene:
Eating at this historical landmark just around the corner from the Place de l’Odeon in Paris’s St. Germain des Pres district is like taking a step back in time to the early 1900’s, with the service and menu to match.
The Bouillon Racine has been around since 1906, housed in a gorgeous Belle Epoque building with delicate iron latticework, Art Nouveau lighting fixtures, intricate woodwork, beveled mirrors, glass “paintings,” and an absinthe-green bar.
There used to be such “bouillons” all over Paris, but now only a few remain, including Racine. The restaurant owes its current glory to a renovation completed in 1996, which is also when it qualified to become a historical landmark.