A Bite of Paris in Saint-Tropez

Just like Parisians themselves, Paris's most fashionable restaurants also flee the capital to take up residence in the South of France. Parisians find it hard to give up their favourite eateries, even when on holiday, and that is why some of the city's most popular restaurants pop up where their most loyal customers spend their summer, in Saint-Tropez. So where should you be reserving your table?

Saint-Tropez's famous Place des Lices is where you will find Noto, with the popular town square bringing the popular Italian restaurant in Paris right to the heart of the chic coastal town. Enjoy live music, a refreshing spritz and traditional Italian cuisine while taking in the lively atmosphere al fresco.

Overlooking the port is Café Lapérouse, your rendezvous for buttery croissants for breakfast, midday rosé and an afternoon Croque-Monsieur. Open daily from 10am to 6pm, this is Saint-Tropez's answer to Paris's café culture where you punctuate your day with a quick pick-me-up with a side of people-watching.

Even street food is following Parisians from Paris to Saint-Tropez with Homer Lobster opening up to serve its award-winning lobster rolls in the sun. The rolls are made with buttery brioche bread and are best ordered with a side serving of truffle chips.

For a Peruvian night out, Manko is bringing its signature cocktails and grazing plates to Saint-Tropez for the second year running. Proving a hit during the summer, Manko serves chilled cocktails that will cool you during the very warm nights in the south.

If you're craving the sweet crackling of a Ladurée macaron shell then you will be happy to know that the famous tea salon has opened a new branch in Saint-Tropez. Alongside the classic flavours of macarons, chocolate, vanilla and salted caramel, you will also find the new lavender flavour, created especially for the new address.

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