Gogo Paris: Autumn/ Winter 2015-16



The essential edit of the 650+ hottest spots to eat, drink, shop, sleep, and hang out in Paris this autumn & winter.

Written by a Paris-based team, the guide has a special focus on emerging local designers, independent boutiques, small neighbourhood bars and fresh new restaurants that no other guide knows about yet.

Unique on the market, it is updated twice a year, so is at least a season ahead of the rest.

The guide features: >A chapter analysing news & trends of the season: Samaritaine Development To Go Ahead, Pigalle Paris wins ANDAM Prize 2015, Shakespeare & Company Open a Café, Le BHV transforms the Marais, Guy Savoy at La Monnaie, New Restaurant for Jean-François Piège, The Changing Face of Northern Paris,The Ritz Paris Set to Reopen, Roseval & Bones Restaurants Close, Kris Van Assche Closes, Alexander Wang Exits Balenciaga, Balmain x H&M, La Hune Closes, New Hotel Openings, Musée de l’Homme Reopens, The Berges de Seine Crosses the River, Uniqlo x Lemaire

>New ‘hangouts’ from our in-the-know Parisian friends: Benjamin Caron and Isabelle Guédon, the duo behind ADIEU shoes, Marie and Anne-Laure from MACON & LESQUOY, THIERRY COSTES at the head of the Beaumarly empire of cafés, brasseries, restaurants, clubs and hotels ; CARRIE SOLOMON the Paris based photographer and foodie, and INAKI AIZPITARTE chef of the landmark bistro Le Châteaubriand.

>A new bunch of must-see events for this period: exhibitions, gigs, club nights, festivals…

>A selection of the best hotels and other accommodation, from budget to 5-star luxury.

> ‘To Listen To’, a selection of recently released CDs from French bands, to get you in the mood.

>A section dedicated to getting around: transport to and from and within Paris.

>A directory to everything from doctors and dentists, opening hours, to dry cleaners, tattoo parlours, beauticians and babysitters. >Two useful indexes (alphabetical, by ‘tag’).

>Our unique ‘tagging’ system makes finding what you’re looking for super easy: for example ‘budget’, ‘open late’, ‘vegetarian’, ‘vintage’, or ‘wi-fi’…

>Space for your own notes.