March 2007 - Irish Eyes are Smiling in Paris
Saint Patrick’s Day is always a festive affair in Paris, with shamrocks popping up everywhere and Guinness flowing freely in numerous Irish pubs around town. But few know that France and Saint Patrick have an historical link that is only the beginning of the French-Irish connection. Details in our newsletter...
This month, our quest for smoke-free dining led us to a restaurant tucked away in the Marais. Read on about Le Dôme du Marais, where seasonal French cuisine is served under an iron and glass dome.
And finally, to research our "Paris Past and Present" feature, we stopped by Connolly's Corner for a half-pint of Guinness served fresh from the keg. Download our newsletter to read about this pub, which keeps Irish tradition alive in Paris.
If you are a subscriber, please click here and enter your e‑mail address and password.
Paris Panorama Newsletters for 2007
- December 2007 - The Church of Val-de-Grâce
- November 2007 - The Cemetery of the Holy Innocents
- October 2007 - How to Be a Young Parisian
- September 2007 - Paris - F. Scott Fitzgerald's Babylon
- August 2007 - The Secret of the Luxembourg Garden Orchard
- July 2007 - An Impressionist Stroll
- June 2007 - Fresh Roasted Coffee in Paris
- May 2007 - Promenade in a Private Parisian Garden
- April 2007 - Of Macarons and Minsters – An Easter Stroll through the Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter
- March 2007 - Irish Eyes are Smiling in Paris
- February 2007 - Contemporary African Art in Paris - Les Arts Derniers
- January 2007 - The King's Church