Your perfect Saturday in Paris

March 14
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Salon de l'agriculture
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Things to do

Events • Le Salon de l’Agriculture 2016

After an uproarious showing last year, Le Salon de l’Agriculture returns to the Porte de Versailles for its 2016 edition, from February 27-March 6. This vast annual agricultural trade show is a meeting place for professionals and enthusiasts, as well as a welcoming forum for members of the public of any age; from petting cattle to wine tasting, there’s something for everyone, as long as you have a passion for top quality French produce. Hundreds of producers, keen to reassert their credibility following a string of scandals in the agricultural sector, make efforts to bring you closer to the people and places that make the country’s food...

Shopping, Designer

Shopping • Klin d'oeil

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A quirky and poetic universe awaits inside this boutique-gallery on Rue Deguerry. Sisters Emilie and Virginie Capman present a perfectly curated collection, including pieces from chic jewellery brand ‘C’est Bizarre Comme Toi’, pretty brushstroke illustrations by Léa Maupetit, and purses by Tapam Tapam, as well as décor pieces, accessories and stationery. The light-filled space is divided into two, one side dedicated to the boutique and the other to the gallery that displays the work of young artists (in February 2015, beaded canvases by Céline Bazin)...

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Restaurants, Fusion

Restaurants • Cazes

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A neat cross between a neighbourhood bar and something rather more ambitious, Cazes stands out from the crowd without overdoing it. The welcoming canteen-like dining room around the semi-open kitchen could belong to any Paris café, but look closer – the blond wood bar, voguish lighting and lively wine selections scribbled on the windows suggest there’s something more going on here. And indeed, the daily tapas menu elicits a double-take: beetroot pesto? Dandelion soup? Beef ceviche with kiwi?The food mostly works surprisingly well...

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Film, Action and adventure

Film • The Revenant

After the playful, urban and contemporary humour of the Oscar-winning ‘Birdman’, this bleak-faced 1820s-set frontier western sees Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu return to the darker worldview of his earlier films like ‘Babel’ and ‘21 Grams’. Based on a 2002 Michael Punke novel about real-life folk hero Hugh Glass, ‘The Revenant’ stars Leonardo DiCaprio (gruff, committed, unreadable) as a fur trapper and frontiersman left for dead by his colleagues in a wintry American landscape after he is viciously shredded by a grizzly bear. Glass survives, and he hauls his damaged body through snow, across rivers, up rocks and over plains, driven by revenge...

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