Savoring the Past

Classic Dining on Paris’ Left Bank
Savoring the Past
Wine director David Ridgway manages the 350,000-bottle cellar at Tour D'Argent. (Tour D'Argent)
Jun 30, 2010

Every neighborhood in Paris is rich in history and charm, and a brief visit raises difficult decisions about what to explore and what to pass by. When I spent a long weekend in the City of Light this winter, I decided to focus on the Left Bank, where my wife, Sara, was living when I met her, back in her student days.

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