"In the last few years, Paris, particularly in the eastern arrondissements, has had a miniboom of laid-back, tiny, Brooklyn-meets-bistronomique restaurants," reports The New York Times. One of the most buzzy is Bones, a new resto headed by 32-year old Australian chef James Henry. "By 10 on a recent Friday night, the intimate space, a former Irish pub — a D.Y.I.-style pastiche of exposed pipes, stone walls, concrete floors and patinaed white tiles (its bones exposed, as it were) — was jammed with mostly 20- and 30-somethings, as well as several tattooed and bearded waiters weaving through the tables. Yet the atmosphere was unpretentious and the service friendly." [NYTimes] Click here to learn more about Bones from a February 2014 NYTimes review.