paris market

paris market

Hello everyone!! I wanted to show you a few pictures of the open air market across the street this morning from my apartment! I bought a bunch of artichokes, which will be so delicious with butter… I’m heading out now to explore the Marais! There’s a little button & ribbon store there that I especially want to see. Will post details later!
PS: I promise to give you all the details at the end of the week about how to rent the gorgeous place where I’m staying. It’s very economical! xo…


34 Comments on Paris Open-Air Market

  1. Fabulous pics. It looks so lovely and your apartment is so cute. It's making me want to take a little trip to Paris. I'm only in London so I have no excuse..:)

  2. Well, l'm lucky because I've lived in the south of France for the past 23 years, but I'm so excited seeing your pics because I'm going to Paris for a week on the 30th – can't wait!

  3. Hey listen, if you are staying near the Marais a restaurant worth trying is Les Philosophes
    28 rue Vielle du Temple, 4th
    Tel: (01) 4887 4964. The food is wonderful and the wine even better and it's very relaxed dining. Sister restaurant just literally round the corner if you can't get in, it's very popular.
    I hope you enjoy!

  4. Wondeful photos. Am curious to hear how you rented your apartment. Already planning my trip!

  5. Nobody could have passed those artichokes by. Your photos brought us everything but the scent of those lovely flowers.

  6. gorgeous! im so jealous. and artichokes are one of my favorite foods. please tell me you'll make some hollandaise sauce to go with them a la Julia Child.

  7. if you need any tips or want to have a cup of tea/coffee tell me i live not far away from The Marais .
    Enjoy your parisian time !

  8. Swoon! I hope my grocery store has some artichokes . . . although they won't be those gorgeous little purple ones.

  9. Lovely photos, Tina. I look forward to a report on the button & ribbon shop especially. Most especially.


  10. Hi Tina lovely, still catching up! Can't wait to hear about the button and ribbon store?..goodness, that's my love!

  11. You're making me really miss France now stuck in boring England… I only get to go to my French house and the markets in the holidays…

  12. Fabulous — artichokes, radishes, servingware and oriental rugs — why couldn't these have been in the song These Are a Few of My Favorite Things??

  13. Good post. The easy part is to set up a blog, the hard part is to make it interesting so people will visit it…Well done!