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  • 1. À la Mère de Famille

    Grands Boulevards | Food/Candy

    This enchanting shop dates from 1761 and is the oldest continuously open confectionary in Paris. Though it has gone the way of the chain, with...Read More

  • 2. Christian Constant

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Chocolatier Christian Constant is deservedly praised for his exquisite ganaches, perfumed with jasmine, ylang-ylang, or verveine. ...Read More

  • 3. Debauve & Gallais

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    The two former chemists who founded Debauve & Gallais in 1800 became the royal chocolate purveyors and were famed for their "health chocolates...Read More

  • 4. Fauchon

    Grands Boulevards | Food/Candy

    The most iconic of Parisian food stores is expanding globally, but its flagship is still behind the Madeleine church. Established in 1886, Fauchon...Read More

  • 5. Henri Le Roux

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    The originator of the renowned caramel au beurre salé, Henri Le Roux pairs a Breton pedigree with Japanese flair. Brilliant confections result...Read More

  • 6. Izraël

    Marais Quarter | Food/Candy

    This place isn't called the " épicerie du monde " for nothing. Izraël is a one-stop shop for any spice under the sun, plus those hard-to-find...Read More

  • 7. Jacques Genin

    Marais Quarter | Food/Candy

    Genin offers the essence of great chocolate: not too sweet, with handpicked seasonal ingredients for the velvety ganaches. The tea salon is...Read More

  • 8. Jean-Charles Rochoux

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Rochoux makes three superb collections of artisanal chocolates: the Ephemeral, with fresh fruit; Made-to-Measure, with animals and figurines...Read More

  • 9. Jean-Paul Hévin

    Louvre | Food/Candy

    Forty masterful varieties of chocolate and some of the best pastries in Paris earned Jean-Paul Hévin his world-class chocolatier status. Devotees...Read More

  • 10. La Maison du Chocolat

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    This is chocolate's gold standard. The silky ganaches are renowned for subtlety and flavor. See the website for a full list of locations. ...Read More

  • 11. Ladurée

    Louvre | Food/Candy

    Founded in 1862, Ladurée oozes period atmosphere—even at the big Champs-Élysées branch (No. 75)—but nothing beats the original tearoom on Rue...Read More

  • 12. Le Palais des Thés

    Marais Quarter | Food/Candy

    White tea, green tea, black tea, tea from China, Japan, Indonesia, South America, and more: you can expect a comprehensive tea experience here...Read More

  • 13. Mariage Frères

    Marais Quarter | Food/Candy

    Mariage Frères, with its colonial charme and wooden counters, has 100-plus years of tea purveying behind it. Choose from more than 450 blends...Read More

  • 14. Méert

    Marais Quarter | Food/Candy

    The first Paris offshoot of the famous patisserie and tea salon in Lille (one of France's oldest) specializes in the gauffre, a delicate waffle...Read More

  • 15. Patrick Roger

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Paris's bad-boy chocolatier likes to shock with provocative shapes and wicked humor. Everything is sinfully good. The Boulevard St-Germain shop...Read More

  • 16. Pierre Hermé

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Hermé may be Paris's most renowned pâtissier. Sample the peerless cakes and cookies, or savor the chocolate delights (classic varieties, like...Read More

  • 17. Pierre Marcolini

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Sourcing his star ingredient from independent farmers, Pierre Marcolini proves it's all in the bean. His specialty saveurs du monde collection...Read More

  • 18. Richart

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    How do I love thee? The ways are too numerous to count. At Richart, inspired chocolates dazzle the eye and elevate the palate. In addition to...Read More

  • 19. Tomat's

    St-Germain-des-Prés | Food/Candy

    Tucked into a courtyard, this luxe épicerie carries the full line of Huilerie Artisanale J. Leblanc et Fils oil—15 varieties pressed the old...Read More

  • 20. Hédiard

    Grands Boulevards | Food/Candy

    Established in 1854, Hédiard gained fame in the 19th century for its high-quality imported spices. These—along with rare teas and beautifully...Read More

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