This cafe has been a social hub for Parisians for over a century now, but its popularity only seems to augment with every ... More
Le Grand Cafe
This cafe has been a social hub for Parisians for over a century now, but its popularity only seems to augment with every passing year. Its location near the Opera makes it a common hangout for theater-goers. Stylish shoppers and the corporate crowd generally make up for the rest of the clientele. But you can never be sure whom you'd run into as the joint remains open all day and all night long, making it accessible to any and everyone. The menu is essentially French, just like the decor and the ambience. So if you really want a taste of true Paris life, Le Grand Cafe is the place to go!
Young professionals and well off students make up the bulk of this trendy cafe clientele. The room is open onto
the boulevard and furnished with velvet upholstered chairs. You can sit outside even when it's cold, thanks to big ...
Les Deux Magots legendary terrace has long been the meeting point for great writers and thinkers in Paris . Ernest
Hemingway regularly popped up at the bar, and it's no wonder that Paris's best bookstore set up shop next ...
Situated in attractive Place Garibaldi , this is one of the city's most authentic cafe bars that has been around
since the 1950s. Highlights include a superb terrace with delightful archways. The restaurant serves wonderful seafood all day (even ...