How to Find Where the Locals Eat
Don’t ask a hotel concierge where to eat in a new place. Instead, ask a bellman where he/she eats—especially if you don’t want to spend a lot of money.
FYI: The bellman above, working at the Pullman Eiffel Tower, helped us in Paris.
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Thus is a great idea. We did it in Paris years ago and found a wonderful Mexican restaurant on a street would have never walked down. The margaritas were interesting. ?