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"We welcome the Faubourg team to the LPL platform and are pleased that they have chosen our firm to support their business in their move to independence," said Steve Pirigyi, executive vice president of business development at LPL Financial, in a statement.
"La Cantine du Faubourg is more than a restaurant: it's a rendezvous, an artistic, lifestyle statement," said Pierre Pirajean, co-owner and creator, La Cantine du Faubourg, Paris.
The facade wraps around Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore into new territory along Avenue Martignon but it's impossible to see the join with the original building.
The principle narrative here shows the transformation Reader sees taking place in the quartier: from a working-class, tempestuous political space (he calls this Faubourg) to the gentrified, cultural bobo haven as it exists today (he calls this Bastille).
Until 16 December the De Jonckheere Gallery flourish superb Old Masters in 'Brueghel, Cranach, Grimmer...Recent Acquisitions (100 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore, Paris; +33 (0)1 42 66 69 49).
Under an agreement between the Hermes and the Iznik Foundation, the shop windows of the Hermes' main building at 24 rue du Faubourg St.
Designed by RDAI the Parisian architectural agency headed by Rena Dumas, the store design reflects on the iconic characteristics of the landmark flagship located at the 24 Faubourg Saint HonorE[umlaut] in Paris.
C'est donc autour de ces donnees probantes que nous avons construit l'offre de service du Faubourg St-Jean.
Everything from the corner pharmacie to the Hermes flagship store on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore (the original Rodeo Drive or Madison Avenue) is so utterly refined.
In the northeast Paris neighborhood of Faubourg, the May 1936 worker-friendly elections that installed Leon Blum's left-wing alliance, Popular Front, have led to labor/management tensions in all strata of daily life.
Dietrich used to say she felt at home when staying at the 19th-century hotel particulier (as they used to call urban private residences), snugly seated between the bustle of the Champs-Elysees and the western, quieter portion of Faubourg Saint-Honore.
The event was held at the Bristol hotel, Rue du Faubourg St Honore in Paris and attended by more than 150 guests, including influential chefs and specialised food journalists.