24 HOURS IN PARIS

December 24, 2013
48 HOURS IN PARIS

Eiffel Tower – yawn. Champs-Élysées – whatever. From David Lynch’s nightclub to the best burgers in town, take a hedonistic 24-hour trip tour off the beaten path with Grazia France Fashion Editor Emilie Turck.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

11am: Arrive at the Hotel Amour. It’s central, serves good food and there are always a couple of pretty boys hanging around too. Why stay anywhere else?

48 HOURS IN PARIS

11.30am: Brunch at Claus where we opt for the ‘Hugo’, a mix of English breakfast (delicious scrambled eggs) and French (bread and jam to die for). I’d also suggest La Buvette.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

2pm: Shopping starts at The Superette, a place run by girls that sells great clothes for tomboys.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

4pm: We make a pitstop at Broken Arm for the sacred “goûter” (French version of afternoon tea). Both the blueberry cheesecake and heart-shaped cappuccino cheesecake are to die for.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

5.30pm: We take a break from all that hard work at Tigersushi – an indie record and clothes label, with androgynous pieces that’ll make you roar with pleasure.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

6pm: We stand out on the street at Mauri, it’s a hotspot for graphic designers, filmmakers and the city’s fashion elite.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

8pm: Time to fill up at PNY (Paris New York) for the best burgers in town with their famous cheesy french fries.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

10pm: We immerse ourselves into the authentic ‘80s video arcade environment at Le Fantôme, slamming on the pinball machine with a cucumber cocktail in hand.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

2am: Once we pass the gatekeeper at the entrance at Silencio, we will get lost in the golden labyrinth of the David Lynch’s club and drink the best cocktails in Paris…

24 HOURS IN PARIS

4am:We’ve hit the bars, time to hit the sack back at the hotel.

10am: La Buvette serves up THE Sunday brunch so we couldn’t leave without trying out this new address.

24 HOURS IN PARIS

11am: Time to hotfoot it to the train station, Gare du Nord and head home. Au revoir!