5. Wine at La Buvette
Sure, the city is practically flowing with grape hooch, but you want to make sure you get the good stuff, and why not from a small, award-winning space that’s as happy to serve you a glass as to sell you a bottle to go? Owner Camille Fourmont (who acts as waitress, sommelier, and chef) has curated a small-but-perfectly-formed list of occasionally obscure and cultish vinos at her bar La Buvette, and's now won Best Cave a Manger 2013 from the awesomely named French food guide Le Fooding. The place itself has only a few tables, and as the name indicates (buvette basically means a "small bar where you can buy refreshments") and'll net you a near-perfect glass/bottle, plus some delicious charcuterie & cheese to top it off.