Paris loves it’s market streets and if anyone is playing favorites, Rue Cler may take the cake. This mostly pedestrian cobblestoned street right around the corner from the Eiffel Tower transports you to a tiny village in the south of France. With fragrant cheese shops, fishmongers and their daily catch, and cute cafe after cute cafe, you could eat, drink, and get your shopping done in one place. But with any populated area, prices reflect the popularity and tourist traps are way too many. That’s why we love Le Petit Cler (from the team behind the famous La Fontaine de Mars, where Obama dined awhile back!). The food is always exquisite and the service is wonderful. If it’s a sunny afternoon, try to get a table on the patio.