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Ma Bourgogne

There’s always been a café there, right there in the Place des Vosges. Thats is, ever since the end of XVIIIth century. Ma Bourgogne is its name and you just can’t miss it, especially when wandering along the arcades of the well known Place.
http://www.ma-bourgogne.fr/
 



http://www.la-nef-des-fous.com


L'Ebauchoir, Paris
http://www.lebauchoir.com


http://www.hotel-paris-relais-saint-germain.com

Live Rugby - Catch the seventh edition of the Rugby World Cup full event as it happens in New Zealand in 2011, held September 9th through October 23rd.

http://www.watchliverugby.tv/ 


The most famous daily French sports newspaper
http://www.lequipe.fr


One of the most famous daily French rugby websites
http://www.lesiterugby.com



Yearly event bringing together hundreds of Chefs
http://www.chefsonbikes.com

Check out this motorcycle club that Yanis Felix has founded. Whether you ride a Harley or a high performance street bike, come out and ride with us some time.

 


 

La Fontaine de Mars, Paris: http://www.fontaine
demars.com/index.html

L'alsaco, Paris:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PidECGIp6wE

Chez Jenny, Paris:
http://www.chez-jenny.com

L'esprit Bistro, Paris:
http://esprit-bistrot.com/

La Coupole, Paris:
http://www.lacoupole-paris.com/fr

Le Remotis, Valence:
http://www.­restaurant-­remotis.­fr

La Garrique, Valence:
http://www.lagarrigue-valence.adussee.com

Brasserie Georges, Lyon:
http://www.brasseriegeorges.com

Restaurant Pic:
http://www.pic-valence.fr

Le Rabelais, Valence: http://www.cityvox.fr/
restaurants_valence/le-rabelais_59890/Profil-Lieu


Les Guignols, a daily French caricature show
http://www.canalplus.fr


For the latest in French entertainment, sports and news.
http://www.france2.fr


Get the latest international news from the world's leading French-language television network.
http://www.tv5.org

 

Bistrot Du Coin - 1738 Connecticut Avenue, NW - Washington, DC 20009
Tél: 202 234 6969 - Fax: 202 234 6965

We are open 7 days a week, 364 days a year, only closed on Labor Day, the 1st Monday of September.