county seat of Lamar County, Texas, United States

Paris is a city in the Blackland Prairie region of North Texas.

Sam Bell Maxey House

Get inEdit

Take I35 till you reach the exit 43. FM 180 will then take you straight into Paris. Enjoy the crepes.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

DoEdit

BuyEdit

The downtown square and immediate vicinity have a lot of antique shops and boutiques.

EatEdit

  • Crawford's Hole In the Wall, 202 3rd St NW, +1 903 737-9025. Lunch-only joint with good burgers.
  • La Familia Mexican Restaurant, 303 20th St Ne, +1 903 737-0779. Possibly the best Tex-Mex in town.
  • Fish Fry, 3500 NE Loop 286, +1 903 785-6144. Good southern fried catfish and some of the best steaks in town.

DrinkEdit

SleepEdit

  • Best Western Inn, 3755 N.E. Loop 286, +1 903 785-5566.
  • Days Inn, 2650 N Main, +1 903 784-8164. Swimming pool.
  • Hampton Inn Paris, 3563 N.E. Loop 286, +1 903 784-6536. Spacious rooms and a good complimentary breakfast.

Go nextEdit

  • Pat Mayse State Park is about 12 miles north on US 271, offering boating, swimming, fishing, and hiking opportunities.
Routes through Paris
GainesvilleSherman  W   E  → Jct N   STexarkana
Fort SmithHugo  N   S  Mount PleasantTyler


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