Paris’ 8eme by Aurélie Ponce



Typical manager at Maison Villeroy and AHL insider Aurélie Ponce offers us the deets on what to do, see and try to eat all over Paris’ Golden Triangle— the location in between avenue Montaigne, avenue des Champs-Elysées and avenue George V.

What is your earliest memory of the 8th arrondissement? 
My earliest memory was of an interview for my very first internship in a compact lodge, with my mum waiting for me in a bar on the Champs Elysees!

How would you describe the 8th arrondissement to someone which is never been? 
The perfect postcard of Paris— Put de la Concorde, Champs Elysees, La Seine, the Golden Triangle designer outlets, and luxurious hotels…

Describe a great working day in the 8th arrondissement?
Breakfast and a stroll with my frenchie Lulu alongside the Seine, lunch at La Cour jardin in the Plaza Athénée, browsing in avenue Montaigne and a stroll from Condorde to Arc de Triomphe, ending with an aperitif in a vacationer area like chez Francis Location de l’Alma, so cliché but enjoyable! Oh, and of course, dinner at Pavyllon, one of the dining places of Michelin star chef Yannick Alleno near the Champs Elysées— which has wonderful foodstuff and exceptional services! 


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