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Paris Itinerary- any suggestions?

AllisonL | Apr 26, 201505:12 PM     4

My husband and I are soon to be in Paris for our third stay. Our focus is the food, which means I've been researching and updating our itinerary more than I care to admit! Any comments/suggestions would be appreciated- I've narrowed it down but I'm stuck on a few. We are enjoy more laid-back restaurants with a focus on seasonal ingredients as opposed to haute cuisine.

Saturday Dinner: Le Relais de L’Entrecôte (we arrive the in am and want to do something simple for dinner with no reservation needed)
Sunday Dinner: Au Passage
Monday: A Noste (lunch or dinner?)
Tuesday: Bistrot Paul Bert (lunch or dinner?)
Wednesday: Dinner @ Frenchie Bar a Vin OR lunch @ Juvenile and a light dinner
Thursday Dinner: Les Papilles OR Semilla
Friday: Lunch @ Pierre Sang Boyer OR dinner @ Spring

Thanks in advance for suggestions!
Allison

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