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Paula KaneRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Food Matters in Provence a Short List of Favourite Restaurants

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Eating out in Provence is a challenge. I leap into panic mode when someone says, “let’s go out for lunch or dinner”.  I know most people think eating out in France is a dream, and it can be. Around here it’s difficult to find simple, …

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Le Petit Café Oppede le Vieux
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Le Petit Café in Oppède-le-Vieux Takes the Cake

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shfflebotham: There’s no doubt that the food in Provence is amazing. So each year, we like to award a restaurant for the best food of the trip. We have our favorites—Le Fournil in Bonnieux, les Remparts in Venasque, la Bergerie in Maubec, and la Terrasse in …

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Restaurants Nice Restaurant Picks Nice Salad Nicoise
Restaurant ReviewsTasteViktorija Todorovska

A Foodie’s New Favorites Restaurants in Nice

Living in Nice allows me to re-visit my old restaurant favorites, which I still love, but also discover new interesting eateries, some traditional, others of other persuasions. Here are my top picks for good affordable food in Nice: A Buteghinna: Perched on the edge of Vieux Nice, this weekday lunch …

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Luxurious Le Petit Nice - Extérieur1RichardHaughton
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottHotelsStay

Luxurious Le Petit Nice Celebrates a Century of Gastronomy in Marseille

Distracted by Marseille’s traffic, we almost missed the sign indicating a sharp right turn towards Le Petit Nice. Once you make that turn, you are committed. Of course, you WANT to be at this 16-room boutique hotel and eat at the Michelin three-star restaurant, but the narrow entryway is not designed …

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View La Terrasse Joucas Luberon
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Evening Ambience at Its Best at la Terrasse in Joucas

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Exciting news! Bistrot la Terrasse, located in the peaceful, charming village of Joucas in the Luberon, is once again open in the evenings for dinner. This is truly an enchanting spot to watch the sun set over the Luberon valley with the red hue of …

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Auberge La Fenière Cuisine Libre Dessert
BooksBoutique

Cuisine Libre at Auberge La Fenière a Book You are Going to Want to Eat

In September 2016, Jill Paider and Tasha Powell embarked on a journey from Los Angeles to the Auberge La Fenière in Provence. This artistic team (please read their bios below) packed their camera equipment and developed a photo shot list for the assignment. Their mission was to portray the essence …

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Table Magazine
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

More Gastronomy….the new A Table Magazine

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: A Table magazine from ‘La Provence’ is a mine of information for those cooking and dining locally. This issue (Septembre-Octobre) spotlights bouillabaisse and prints recipes from various renowned chefs. I always like the section where they review new restaurants – there are 16 featured, among them: …

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Les Halles de la Major
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Marseille Dining at Les Halles de la Major

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Visitors to Marseille’s MuCEM or the Musée Regards de Provence can eat in either venue, or may like to wander along the main road a little to try Les Halles de la Major which is in the vaults tucked underneath the magnificent 19th century cathedral. …

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Benvengudo Hotel Exterior Les Baux
HotelsKeith Van SickleStay

Benvengudo means Welcome to our Hotel in Provencal

Just below the famous hilltop fortress of Les Baux sits the boutique luxury hotel Benvengudo.  The name means “welcome” in the local language and it couldn’t be more appropriate. Walking into the manicured grounds of Benvengudo is like stepping back in time, to a more simple and gracious era.  The …

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Avignon Art
AixcentricBoutiqueProvencal Artists

Good Reasons to Head on Over to Avignon Art and Cake!

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: A room dedicated to Sandro Botticelli at Avignon’s Petit Palais was inaugurated in April following the Louvre’s decision to send the artist’s ‘Venus aux Trois Putti’ south to join the existing Madonna and Child. This permanent display also incorporates work from Botticelli’s pupils. The collection …

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