Connoisseuse of all things sensual (food, fun and fête), freelancer Angelica Buerkin-Salgado passes her days researching language acquisition and her nights painting the town. She initially came to Paris to carry out experiments on early French-language acquisition, but who says lab rats don’t have fun? She has spent three years in the Parisian night and restaurant scene consolidating her American peppiness to an acquired taste for French classe and tradition. She regularly divulges the fruits of her dining experiences and nocturnal pleasure seeking on the wonderful Girls’ Guide to Paris website as well as her own blog, amusemabouche.com. After all, even a city as classic as Paris can provide evenings of (nearly) uninhibited fun and culinary adventure.
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