Eats: Paris – Vol. 2

France, Paris Guide (B): Eats: Paris – Vol. 2

No matter how near or far you are from home, a recommendation for a good restaurant or bar is always nice to have. EATS is a collection of places that I’ve enjoyed during my travels.

I found Ober Mama by accident and glad I did. Very glad. First by its kitschy name and proximity to the trendy Marias neighborhood. Then by the stunning photos and reviews online and finally by its oh-so-amazing menu of fresh seasonal pastas, Neapolitan-style pizza and clever cocktails, including make your own Negroni. Sold. I’m clearly not the only one who experienced this love-at-first-sight feeling, as I read rumors about a line wrapping around the block as opening time approaches each night (the restaurant does not take reservations – first come, first seated). We arrived about 15-20 minutes early and joined the crowd of hungry people vying to snag a table. At 7pm on the dot the waitstaff threw open the doors with a big, boisterous “Buona sera!” And somehow after all of the build-up, luck smiled upon us and we were seated by 7:15pm. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Eats: Paris – Vol. 2
Guide Location: France » Paris
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Ober Mamma   Le Relais de l’Entrecote   Grazie   L’As du Falafel   Glace Bachir   Chapon   Mokus l’Ecureuil  
Author: Jessica Trumble
Read it on author's website: https://boardingpasstraveler.com/2018/02/20/eats-paris-vol-2/

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