Ground Control calling: the new Paris arts and food hub

Its terrace is already a cool foodies’ favourite but the former rail depot turned theatre and music venue aims to attract the local community, too

‘Paris is where I learned, like Hemingway, to be poor and happy’

Vanessa Grall, author of Don’t be a Tourist in Paris, reveals her favourite out-of-the way museums, bistros and hotels

10 of the best cafes and restaurants near Paris’s major attractions

Lunch near Paris’s big draws doesn’t have to be expensive or touristy. A short walk from the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre will reveal a classic bistro, stylish brasserie or locals’ favourite

Top 10 caves à manger in Paris

Paris is offering a fresh twist on the wine bar experience with the increasing popularity of its caves à manger, where you can savour impressive wines, provided you also sample something from their deli-style food menus

From Paris with Løve: DJ Sven Hansen-Løve on the French capital’s club scene

The subject and co-writer of Eden, a new film that chronicles Paris’s exploding dance music scene through the 1990s, shares his tips on the city’s nightlife

Welcome to Berge Street, Paris’s brilliant child-friendly space on the Seine

The mile-long Les Berges is a creative playground and cultural space for children and adults on Paris’s Left Bank – where it’s free to play, party and even snooze

Top 10 museum cafes and restaurants in Paris

Many of Paris’s museum cafes and restaurants now offer a lot more than coffee and cake. You can now expect great food and magnificent art – and some take their cuisine so seriously they merit a visit in their own right