Formerly a brasserie built in 1880, this building then became a stable during the World War II, and is today the most ... More
Academie de Billards
Formerly a brasserie built in 1880, this building then became a stable during the World War II, and is today the most pleasant billiard hall in the capital. The ceiling is no less than eight meters (26 feet) high! 16 tables (eight American billiards, five French billiards, one snooker, two pool) as well as a mini-casino. The Academy (which isn't a billiards school although if you keep your ears open you can learn a lot) is frequented by amateurs and professionals. Open till 6a, so you can miss the peak times.
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 splendid neo Renaissance style building is just minutes from the Seine and right in the heart of the capital.
In 1260, Louis IX decided to endow Paris with the means of organizing its own affairs. Situated in Place ...