Open 24 hours a day, L'Atelier ("The Workshop") attracts a much younger crowd than the legendary 1930s cafes in ... More
Cafe de l'Atelier
Open 24 hours a day, L'Atelier ("The Workshop") attracts a much younger crowd than the legendary 1930s cafes in the neighborhood. With all the movie theaters, universities and schools nearby, the place is never empty. The atmosphere is rather warm and trendy, and the heated-as-necessary terrace is a great spot for people watching while having a drink with friends. Snacks are also available. The Happy Hour from 7p to 9p every evening. Expect to pay around EUR7 for a cocktail and EUR3.50 for a beer.
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 ...
An historical 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 ...
Opposite Saint Sulpice church, Hotel Atlantis Saint Germain des Pres displays an old world charm in style. The lounge, with
its leather armchairs, carpets and the grand father clock, is a favorite with those who spend careless hours playing ...
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