This late 19th-century coal merchant's premises have become the Menilmontant district's trendiest bar. Superbly preserved period features are part of ... More
This late 19th-century coal merchant's premises have become the Menilmontant district's trendiest bar. Superbly preserved period features are part of its special charm; thanks to high ceilings and large mirrors, the bar feels amazingly spacious, while subdued lighting and red lamps on the wooden tables provide a cosy touch. Food is tasty and typically French: steak with pepper sauce, cheese pasta, vegeterian salad. Jam-packed evenings and weekends, the bar is frequented by a young, smart, bohemian crowd.
Cafe Charbon is in a great district, Oberkampf, and is just a great place to book for a group of young people to enjoy an evening out with friends. It's a really old building, very Parisien, just a perfect taste of France. Food, beers, staff all excellent. Highly recommend.
That common New York lunch option, the soup bar, has now landed near Bastille. The owner of this well organized
little place is both friendly and enthusiastic. A selection of seven different soups is on offer every day, with ...
A historic landmark in Paris since 1890, this cafe was a favorite of many great 19th century writers and artists.
French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre always took his coffee and croissant on the terrace. These days you can drop ...
This little French bistro is located just off the Plaza. Owned and operated by a true Parisian, this restaurant uses
only the finest ingredients to produce a taste of France. For lunch, the Ratatouille Crepe is a very popular ...