I’m working with John Donohue, an artist and writer based in New York City, who is crafting the second book in his “All The Restaurants” series about different restaurants in Paris and the people who eat there.
The first book focused on his hometown of New York, the second is based in Paris (the third is London), and in each book readers will find sketches of each restaurant he refers to accompanied by one or two short stories/anecdotes from someone who made a memory there.
This book is no different, and that’s why I’m reaching out on this forum today! We have a list of some two dozen restaurants in Paris that we’re looking for stories for from anybody who’s been there and has an interesting experience to share.
La Closerie des Lilas
Le Grand Colbert (pres de galerie Richelieu)
Le Train Bleu
Restaurant Le Meurice Alain Ducasse
The stories shouldn’t necessarily be about the food, but more so centered in a fond memory, maybe a moment in your life that that particular restaurant reminds you of, or even something about the ambience of the place and how those working there made you feel. (Of course, you'll be credited and fully apart of the process the whole time. )
If anyone has something interesting to share about their experiences at any of these restaurants, either respond to this post or message me privately! And send any and all questions my way!
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