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Pamela Popo, Liver, and dining vs. eating

enofile | Jan 9, 201503:46 AM

I have a few questions and I will try to be succinct,
At the Saturday end of this month we will be listening to music on the Rue de Rivoli near Rue Vieille du Temple in the 4th. We will need to eat something late, and Pamela Popo is opened until 11:30 PM. Although Monsieur Tallbott, a fellow curmudgeon, enjoyed the food and cool ambiance, I'm concerned because I abhorred Alcazar which is somewhat in the same vein. Is Pamela Popo (PP?) a good choice? Is there an alternative? We are staying in the 14th.

Where is there a good place for classic liver in Paris? A restaurant in the 6th gets press for its liver, but it is thick, which does not whet my appetite. Any suggestions?

I often discuss with friends the difference I feel regarding eating good food and dining for fun and laughs. Often, I can do both at the same time. Yet, there are times when I can enjoy great cooking by myself in complete solitude and silence. Other times I can tolerate lousy cooking when surrounded with joviality and warmth. They're simply different experiences. My wife, on the other hand, cannot tolerate bad cooking, no matter what is going on around her. It literally ruins the good time. I have a difficult time understanding this.
Thanks for your thoughts

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