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Maki with attitude and waitresses without, this is definitely a first for Paris. And so it is at Blueberry – the snazzy ‘imaginative maki’ restaurant that opened its Saint-Germain doors in April.
After a number of rather unpleasant experiences involving smoked salmon, cream cheese and sweet soy sauce, my tryst with souped-up sushi in Paris was almost at an end. But Blueberry has restored my confidence – the maki is creative, original and most importantly, totally divine.
The night of the 25th the W Hotel threw one hell of an event as they usually do in the W Lounge with the band We are knights starting off the soirée with an electric atmosphere. The night continued on with two DJ’s, plenty to drink and a mix of babes and VIPs floating around the room and the terrace. The W Hotel hosts parties of the same caliber every months, you must attend.
A few months back I couldn’t find a decent coffee anywhere in Paris. I’d knock back bitter espressos and nurse UHT infused café crèmes and dream of the rich velvety brews of home. I once even ventured into Starbucks (and had to do the walk of shame home with my misheard name ‘Enel’ scrawled across my excessively large grande latte).
You will find refreshments at Camille’s pump room, mostly wines from her friends vineyards. Camille used to work at Inaki’s places -le Chateaubriand and le Dauphin- and then at le Mama Shelter, just the time needed for her address book and her fascination for wine to grow and…to find the right place to open her boutique. Camille has designed her Buvette just like an annexe to her own salon and it is full of regular customers, who come several times a week to taste the daily “vin au verre” selection and bite into some Aubrac dry sausage.
Who’s the tatted up, whisky-drinking, rock-n-roll fan turning heads in the Belleville quartier? Her name is Joséphine, and she’s making all the neighbors jealous. Classy enough for your mother, yet with just the right amount of edge to make you want to get into her pants, the recently opened cave parisienne is not your typical wine bar. The place is subtly intriguing — like someone with tattoos in private places, it has certain elements of surprise that separate itself from the rest.
The Paris Liquor Store is the new address for trendy tipplers and curious boozers who want to try limited series alcohols and play it like P. Diddy in his latest video when they offer girls a drink at their place after pimpin’ at a party.
Last Thursday we threw a party at the recently opened 79 club on les Champs Elysées. SoPi hipsters partied with fashionistas, models and Champs Elysées bankers. Dope djs sets by Ten Days In Paris Crew vs Artsomething followed by Is Tropical vs Megaforce and Manare. Even Guy Man from Daft Punk came to party. #DomPe + #Belevedere bottles in the Dj Booth and hotties dancing on the floor that’s of course a TenDaysInParis Party.