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A few Paris questions

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I'm excited to have booked my flights and my hotel. We'll be in Paris in late October for a week and will stay at the Artus Hotel in St Germaine. So a few questions for all you Paris experts....

Can you recommend nice restaurants near the hotel? I actually have a pretty good list of well known and well reviewed places around the city, but not so much right in the local area. And I know there will be times we won't want to go far. Particularly interested in favorite breakfast spots.

Anybody have recommendations for places we can go to hear some jazz? I would prefer someplace that takes reservations or sells tickets, so I can be assured of a seat. Any type of jazz would do, but would particularly like to hear some manouche (DH is a big fan of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli).

Finally, we are planning one big splurge dinner at a 3 star. I think I've sort of narrowed it down to Ledoyen, Pierre Gaignaire, and L'Ambrosie. I'd love to hear from those who have dined at these places and what you thought.

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