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Paris Walking Tour: Jazz Evening with Dinner and Concert
"Meet your guide in Paris' St-Germain-des-Prés district and set off on your jazz-themed walking tour. St-Germain-des-Prés and the neighboring areas of the Latin Quarter and Les Halles boast a jazz heritage dating back to the 1920s and many of the great jazz musicians from France and abroad had regular slots in the underground bars and clubs here. Listen to an introduction on the history of jazz in Paris from your guide as you walk to Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore two of Paris' most famous cafes that were very popular among jazz musicians writers intellectuals and artists in the early days. Pause to take a look at the former location of the Club St-Germain-des-Prés where many of the French and American greats used to play. Numerous gigs took place in cellar bars just like this one earning jazz fans the nickname troglodytes
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Paris 2-Hour Private Walking Tour Including Marais
"Once you meet your guide at a designated meeting point you can get ready for two hours of culture and history. On your walk you will stop at palaces art galleries trendy boutiques bistros and elegant tearooms but also learn that the quarter is full of contradictions by showcasing the horrors of the Holocaust in the Museum of Judaism
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Paris 2-Hour Private Guided Tour to Centre Pompidou
"Discover the contemporary and modern art in this 2-Hour guided tour with an official skilled guide: at the end of this tour you will finally understand what contemporary art is.In the heart of Paris among the oldest buildings of the capital an imposing building of iron and glass stands wrapped in colored tubes elevators and escalators. The ""industrial"" construction of the architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers inaugurated in 1977 has greatly shocked then public opinion in Paris and today it's one of the symbols of the city.We'll discover together the history of this building and of everything in it: a vast public library
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Flam's: Absolutely Delicious!

This was definitely one of my favorite restaurants in Paris. The food was amazing. We started out with a salad and water, as usual in Paris. Then, the waiter brought out tons of these pizza-like things, flammekueche. They are like a super-thin pizza, without tomato sauce. Instead, they have a creamy sauce that is delicious. They come with ham, bacon, mushroom, etc. Since I was in a group, we were brought many different kinds of the pizza. It was a great experience to end my stay in Paris.

For dessert, you can get the same flammekueche, but with dessert toppings. My group got a baked apple and a chocolate chip dessert pizza. I did not think I would like these, but they were amazing as well.

Favorite Dish My favorite flammekueche would have to be the delicious ham one, shown in a picture. However, I loved every one I tried. For dessert, the baked apple was amazing as well. All of my friends loved the chocolate chip dessert flammekueche.

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Aug 17, 2008

Flam's: Yummy and great to share!

I doubt you have been to a restaurant that serves food like this anywhere else. It is typically from the Alsace region. Well Flams, which are Flammekuches, are thin based pizza like, except its not made from bread at all. Have a look at the Youtube link below:

Flam's restaurants can be found all over France, especially in the North, Paris and Lille. The first one I went to was in Lille and I throughly enjoyed the experience. Always go there on an empty stomach! Asyou have an 'eat all you like' option, so if you go in a group, to celebrate a birthday or something you make the most out of the evening. The atmosphere is fun and relaxed, you just have to concentrate on shovelling all those flammekeuches in your mouth. As they are very light in texture, you can try many before you get full, unlike a pizza buffet.

Favorite Dish My favourite would have to be the creme fraiche, mushrooms and cheese with onions. You can ask the staff to leave off the ingredients you don't want. I'm not a huge fan of salty bacon, so I ask them to drop that. If you like bacon, by all means have what you like. The great thing about the meal deals is that you can have a great dessert to go with it after you have had your eat all you like flams ' volonte'. I have had the apple crumble with vanilla icecream scoop that was fab, but very filling. I have also tried the profiteroles which was fabulous, and my friend had the bana split with iceam and nuts and chocolate sauce.

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Jan 28, 2008

Flam's: Flam- Thin, Pancake-type pizzas!

Flam is like a pizza with cheese and no sauce. When I went, I had a Ham Flam (ha ha!), Ham and Mushroom, and for dessert, a Chocolate Chip Flam, and an Apple Flam. I really enjoyed this unique food; I'm not sure if it's originally French, but I would recommend trying it anyways! The restaurant also had a nice, warm environment. The waitstaff was very friendly as well.

Favorite Dish The Apple Flam was delicious! It tastes like an apple pie, but this is just a new and fun way to eat it in.

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Apr 06, 2007
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Getting to Flam's


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  • Sunday 11:45 to 23:30
  • Monday 11:45 to 23:30
  • Tuesday 11:45 to 23:30
  • Wednesday 11:45 to 23:30
  • Thursday 11:45 to 23:30
  • Friday 11:45 to 00:00
  • Saturday 11:45 to 00:00