In the blog Scout Paris, Sharon shares her favorite finds in shopping, art, dining, and entertainment in Paris. Sharon moved to Paris from New York city where she worked as a writer and editor at Country Living magazine. Currently, she is pursuing a master’s degree in Global Communications at the American University of Paris. Even though she may not have mastered French quite yet, Sharon has fallen in love with the beauty of Paris and feels lucky to call it home for a while. On the weekends, you can find her visiting antiques markets, shopping in the Marais, and enjoying a cafe crème at her local cafe.

Holiday Spirit in Paris

Paris sparkles during the holiday season with pretty decorations displayed in stores and throughout the festive streets of the city.

Dining Out at Cafe Constant

The pleasant staff, warm atmosphere, and delicious French cuisine will make you an instant fan of Cafe Constant--a cafe located in the 7eme.


Looking for a cup of decadent hot chocolate or a cozy spot to stay warm in Paris? Plan a visit to one of the prettiest tea salons in the city--Angelina.

Secco: The Pink Bakery

Known for its incredible selection of fresh breads, decadent pastries, delicious sandwiches, and a pretty candy pink storefront, Secco will always be a Parisian classic.

Les Puces du Design

Les Puces du Design, a show specializing in 20th Century design, accessories, and vintage clothing, opens in Bercy Village from October 6-9.

Tombees du Camion at the Vernaison Market

For those who prefer vintage hardware over the new stuff, Tombees du Camion is a real find.

Sweets at Le Bonbon au Palais

The sweetest candy boutique in Paris offers French candies and chocolates for all ages.
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