Here’s your move: spend the day cruising around Le Marais, and then hit L’As du Fallafel for some grub. This little spot turns out some incredible falafel, but it is admittedly a full blown tourist trap. It’s still worth your time if you need a break from butter and red wine. Then again, why would anyone want that?
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