So you’ve arrived in Paris! You’re excited, you want to explore, but you’re tired and hungry and think that some food is needed to fuel you up for the exiting holiday you’re about to embark on. So, where to go? Everyone knows that Paris is filled with restaurants, bistros, cafes and Bars and you’ve heard that they’re all so good! But why settle for ‘so good’ when you can get excellent. Rely on Oh Trip to guide you to the best places to go, eat and visit in the capital of Love.
Our favourite restaurant / bar / gallery / dance club (yep, it’s possibly the most versatile venue in Paris) of the moment is Point Ephémère. It comes as no surprise that with a terrace, a concert space, a dance floor, a gallery area and an extensive menu of one of the most creative selection of food that I have ever read, Point Ephémère is the most popular after dark hang out amongst the up and coming musical and artistic talent of the city.
The most exciting recent news of the….well, I’m not to sure what to call it, is the exhibition that will be held by contemporary Korean artist Jeong- Hwa Choi. Until the 20th of September, the bar will be collecting any objects that you would like to disregard, with your name and the objects value written on it somewhere. Jeong-Hwa Choi will then create one of his contemporary masterpieces, which will be showcasing from the 28th of September to the 19th of October. The exhibition will be included in Paris’s Nuit Blanch which will be taking place on the night of the 4th of October.