I've been lucky enough to have visited Paris several times before, but every time I go back, I discover something new and unsurprisingly chic and delicious. Here's 3 memorable spots from my recent springtime gallivant around Paris:

Marche les Enfants Rouges

39 rue de Bretagne

Marche les Enfants Rouges is located in le Marais and I had an amazing brunch here -  made from all organic and fresh produce, pastries, and meat. A lot of places are closed on Sundays in Paris, so hitting a market like this one is a good idea to get some sweet grub.

Canal Saint-Martin

Between Gare du Nord and République

Canal Saint-Martin is stunning in the spring. There's no shortage of people just chilling out by the side and taking in the setting. I also hit this on a Sunday... with a Nutella and banana crepe in hand.


95 rue de la Pompe

I didn't leave Paris without multiple stops at Réciproque, a designer vintage haven. Just head down rue de la Pompe, just steps away from the metro stop, and you will hit several Réciproque shops dedicated solely to accessories, bags, clothing, etc. So well-organized with an incredible selectio.  My favorite purchase was a beautiful silk Hermés top.

Random ridiculousness for kicks: