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Alternatively, bar-hop along canal Saint Martin for cheap drinks, a friendly atmosphere and plenty of people in the mood for having a good time!
If clubbing is more your scene, you might want to give one of these nightspots a try…
Jim, who he described as "a very, very substantial guy", would visit the capital every summer, Mr Trump said. "He wouldn't miss it for anything." But Mr Trump said he no longer went because: “Paris is no longer Paris. Take a look at Nice and Paris.” Referencing the recent Isis-inspired terror attacks, which left hundreds dead, Mr Trump seemingly claimed the city was unsafe and held it up as a warning to others.
Where there's one, there's plenty more where he or she came from.
Thanks to my French boyfriend, who now lives in New York, I still manage to be one of the only English speakers at many a wine drenched party. The blog Paris in New York points to over a dozen hot spots where you're sure to overhear French swelling from tables or see men and women take a break from their meals to smoke a cigarette outside.
While Paris watches over our Marc Jacobs and David Sedaris, New York gives France's former first lady, Cecilia (Sarkozy) Attias, her morning jog and filmmaker Michel Gondry an endless playground for the imagination.
Luckily for us jaded New Yorkers, we're right at home with French cynicism and love of intellectual conversation and the Frenchies love us for our...chutzpah, only they call it Whether you're in search of the endless charm of a love affair with a French person or a reverse-greencard, here are a couple tips for dating French people in New York: They travel in herds: Checking out an early Cedric Klapisch film at Alliance Francaise, attending a NYC French Social meet-up, or crashing a party by Accueil, a social organization for French people, or hunting with other Francophiles at French Tuesdays, it's important to know that like any community abroad, the French travel in herds.