The Paris Market

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On the evening of Bastille Day many came together at Palmetto Bluff to celebrate the way the French do – with fabulous food, wine, and music – at the opening of The Paris Market.

The flagship Savannah location on Broughton Street has been popular among tourists and locals alike for 13 years, and so the opening of a second location in Palmetto Bluff drew guests near and far to celebrate. Paula Danyluk, owner of The Paris Market, says that Palmetto Bluff has been a dream location for her to expand her business, and she is thrilled to be a part of the Palmetto Bluff community.

The whimsical shoppe, looking out over the picturesque May River, pays homage to vintage French decor while mixing in contemporary design. The exterior boasts classic green and white striped awnings alongside a curved brick walkway lined with perfectly-trimmed hedges. Inside, muted blue walls are the backdrop to an ever-evolving selection of the Danyluks’ favorite curiosities from France, artfully arranged in antique apothecary cabinets. In contrast, high-gloss ceilings are illuminated by modern light fixtures set in handsome vignettes.

From the clinking of champagne flutes amidst the delightful sounds of an orchestral trio to guests dressed in high fashion nibbling al fresco on gourmet cheese plates, guests were transported, if even for a moment, to a bit of Paris in the Lowcountry.

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