Rue du Nil
In the narrow rue du Nil of Paris’ 2nd district Greg sets his knives. It’s love at first sight for the small space tucked away in the tiny cobblestoned street that used to be an old landmark for thieves now surrounded by the textile industry of the Sentier.
Today, on rue du Nil, the Frenchie family has grown and now has three locations: the restaurant, the wine bar – a Frenchie-style cave à manger – and Frenchie To Go – takeaway food that captures the best recipes of the legendary Anglo-Saxon delicatessen.
But rue du Nil is also home to incredible partners (and friends) like Terroirs d’Avenir and L’Arbre à Café, making it one of the most delicious, gourmet streets in the French capital.