Juice Lab - Gourmet juice bar and canteen of natural, organic foods made daily in the ``lab`` by founder Mandarine Rouff.
Wild & The Moon - Organic, plant-based, gluten-free food and cold-pressed juices that are ethically sourced and seasonal. Multiple locations around Paris.
Fleuryan - Cute little bio shop with freshly cold pressed juice, every morning new seasonal flavours. Beautifully designed bottles.
Otium - Organic cold-pressed juices and vegetable-forward food in a chic, rustic café by Kaitlyn Reinhart and Charles Cariou in Pigalle.
HolyBol - The flavours of Thailand in a bowl, fresh ingredients and delicious spices. In one of the most
pittoresque 'passages' of Paris.
Maisie Café - Plant-based juice bar and coffee shop by Isabella Capece and Xavier Barroux with salads, soups and baked goods on rue du Mont Thabor.
Nanashi - Canteen-style freshly cooked, seasonal vegetables and meat/fish options with Japanese flavour in bento-box type servings. If you are looking for your French-Japanese comfort food - this is the place for you.
Le potager de Charlotte - Charming, vegan eatery in Pigalle serving plant-based gourmet cuisine by brothers David and Adrien Valentin.
SuperNature - On the rue de Trévise, in the 9th. All freshly seasonal produced products. Take away at no.6, Bistrot at no.8 and Restaurant at no.15.
La REcyclerie - Coffee-shop canteen, workshop and urban farm come to life in this renovated railway station in the 18th arrondissement.
Bob's Juice Bar - Hip, eatery and juice bar by Marc Grossman serving brunch, blended smoothies, salads and soups near the Canal Saint-Martin.
Umami Matcha Café - On the Nothern tip of the marais, next to République, a Japanese café with your staple healthy choices + everything MATCHA - lattés, croissants, cakes, tiramisu, chou-pastry, cookies, cheesecake, brioche, etc..
Season - At peak hours, be ready to wait in line, its worth the wait, and the products are delicous, everything you could expect in Los Angeles is here. And if you get tired of waiting there is a small take-away and lilmited eat-in version around the corner.
Jah Jah by Le Tricycle - Vegan food with Jamaican flavors and Rastafari flair by founders Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Gomis in the 10th arrondissement.
Sol Semilla - Health food boutique and restaurant serving seasonal, organic, vegan and gluten-free foods in the 10th arrondissement.
Thank You, My Deer - Gluten-free café with fresh juices, teas, homemade baked goods, sandwiches, salads and superfoods in the 11th arrondissement.
La Guingette D'Angèle - Organic, gluten-free comptoir by Angèle Ferreux-Maeght serving on-the-go lunch boxes and organic juices in Paris' 1st arrondissement.
La Grande Epicerie De Paris - Local, high-end supermarket and gastronomic food hall known for fresh produce, groceries and wine, adjacent to Le Bon Marché department store.
Parc des Buttes Chaumont - In Paris' northeast, 61 acres of public park covers the 19th arrondisement featuring gardens, green, a lake and the famous Temple Sybille.
Soya Cantine Bio - Vegetarian restaurant with salad bar and an impressive array of hot foods in an airy, zen setting in Paris' 11th arrondissement.
Jardin du Palais Royal - Hedges and trees adorn this charming garden space with beautiful high-end shopping arcades and the black-and-white columns of artist Daniel Buren.
Caelo Yoga - In 2ème, for a smaller, simpler, spiritual journey, this is your palce. Don't expect somehting grand. its simple and basic. but focuses on awakening the senses.
A walk in Paris - Most of Paris, especially its city center and quais surrounding the Seine make for scenic walks. Whether on the left or right bank, walking around Musée d'Orsay to the Concorde and the Louvre; from Notre Dame or Hôtel de Ville into Le Marais; or around Trocadero to Palais Tokyo and the Eiffel Tower, get lost and wander.
Les Récuperables - By ADW, upcycling fashion brand, sewn in social reintegration workshops in France. regular pop-ups, check out their website.
Le Jardin du Luxembourg - This charming, idyllic garden created by Marie de Medici in 1612, boasts manicured lawns, tree-lined paths, myriad flowers and fountains in the 6th arrondissement.
Ladda Paris - 10ème, secret roof top, feels a bit like Japan on the roof tops of Paris.
A run in Paris - Along the key fo the river Seine, from the Louvre, through the jardins tuileries, down on to the key, along to the eiffel tower and back along the other side, passed the Musee d'Orsay and right along to the Notre-Dame Cathedral. (have an ice cream at the end at Berthillon on the Ile Saint-Louis.
Le Centre Élément - This chic, contemporary space in the 4th arrondisement offers a wide-range of movement practices, from Kundalini, Ashtanga, Hatha and Vinyasa yoga to modern pilates, stretching and meditation.
Liife - Restaurant with juices and foods geared towards living a healthy, active and fitness-forward lifestyle in the 2nd arrondissement.
Bois de Boulogne - Paris' second largest park, located along the 16th arrondissement's western edge, covers over 2,000 acres and features lakes, English-style landscape gardens, greenhouses and horsetracks.
Om Sweet Om - Yoga and wellness studios.
K-shanti - A soothing yoga studio in the heart of Paris.
Ernest Leoty - Our favorite athleisure wear brand with a strong french heritage linked to the corset maker of the court of the kings of France.
La Guinguette D'angèle - Organic, gluten-free comptoir by Angèle Ferreux-Maeght serving on-the-go lunch boxes and organic juices in Paris' 1st arrondissement.
WePilates - Run by the very professional and charming Olivia and her team, two well-equipped studios with reformer machines are located in Neuilly. Olivia also provides private one-on-one classes in and around Paris and is recognised as the top Pilates trainer in Paris for a demanding international clientele who want to keep up with their Pilates while in Paris. One-on-One by appointment: +33 6 11 43 64 95.
Sacré Coeur - Walk up the hill to this ancient Roman basilica atop the butte Montmartre for Paris' highest point and an expansive view of Paris.
La Boté - A total emmersive experience, get your custom made cream made on the rue Madame.
Spa Anne Sémonin, Le Bristol - A very exclusive, dedicated to beauty and wellbeing. Many treatments based around aroma-therapeutical techniques and products, include phyto-aromatic facials, body treatments and wide range of massages. Signature treatment: Le Bristol Royal Signature Treatment, an 85-minute made-to-measure program incorporating personalised facial and intensive eye and décolleté treatment for smooth, firm skin.
Librairie Galignani - This English-language bookshop, founded in 1801, has modern and classical finds in Paris' 1st arrondissement.
Ofr Librairie - Independent bookshop, gallery, studio and publishing house with unique, avant-garde and arty finds in Paris' Marais district.
Owlso - The vision and precision of a German/Belgium made with the love and elegance of her French husband and new home Paris.
Tour Effiel - This iconic, wrought-iron homage to art nouveau on Paris' Champ de Mars, designed by Gustave Eiffel, still boasts the best, magical views of the city.
Insider tip - Eat, drink and be merry. Enjoy long lunches and even longer dinners. Drink wine. Life is too short.
Reformation - Brand-new Reformation Pilates, a peaceful studio draped with greenery. The chicest pilates studio in the Marais.