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Experience a little bit of Spain and lots of fun at the Les Piétons. This tapas bar is popular for its lovely and friendly ambiance that welcomes locals and tourists alike. The tasty lunch is filling enough to keep your energy levels high for the rest of the day. You can also try the Spanish delights doled out by the chef and wash down the meals with your favorite drink. Taste the Pisto Serrano or Arroz Frito and you can't resist but go in for a second helping. Ensure that you do not miss out on the decadent desserts.
Skip dinner and treat yourself to an ice cream. Amorino offers some creamy treats that just makes you want to have some more of it. While some of the cool favorites of the locals are the Amaretto and Creme Caramel, Nutell Pistachio and Nocciola, all the treats are worth a try. Call +33 9 5057 4476 for details
Aux Anysetiers du Roy was originally a restaurant on Ile Saint-Louis in the heart of Paris, and used to offer a small stoneware pot full of Provençal herbs. Following the success of these little pots, the Lombard family, owner of the place, decided to make and sell a range of delicatessens packaged in stoneware and terra-cotta pots. Located on Boulevard Saint-Germain, this grocer proposes not only herbs, spices, oils and vinegars, teas and honey, but also its famous chocolate fondue in about thirty flavors. All the dark chocolate fondues are homemade and are a minimum of 70 percent cocoa. Visit the website for details.
Breizh Café is all about crepes! With a wide variety of crepes and galettes this unique eatery offers a Japanese twist to a great selection of organic hard ciders. The small but stylish interior is decorated with pop-art paintings, wood paneling and heavily scented with the aroma of the fresh ingredients, with the quiet chatter of other patrons in the background. Call up today for reservations and get ready for a taste of crepe heaven!
At E. Dehillerin, it's not hard to imagine what the store was like when it began selling cooking utensils in 1820. The shop is dim and dusty with extremely narrow aisles and towering rows of shelves, groaning with cookware. But you don't go to E. Dehillerin for aesthetics; you go for the abundance of copper pots and pans, the variety of professional-grade knives, and because you can find fun items like serving dishes for oysters and copper crème brulée ramekins. The knowledgeable staff and reasonable prices won't turn you off either. This store will delight anyone who loves to cook.
Always bustling, Le Bar du Marché is a quintessential Parisian café, occupying a special place in the hearts of locals and tourists alike. Waiters don red overalls and berets to add a whimsical touch to the lively setting and the terrace provides the perfect viewpoint to enjoy some people-watching while sipping on an afternoon espresso or savoring a hot dog avec fromage. Due to its popularity, you might want to get here early for a chance at a seat to see what makes this little cafe so unique.
Les Succulents Cactus is unlike other florists. It specializes in exotic cacti such as spurge, echinopsis, opuntia, euphorbias and sea-urchin. This Le Marais quarter shop will show you how to use these succulent plants and cactus as an ornamental piece or a unique gift item. Interior designers or anyone who wants to try something unusual, will revel at their impressive collection. The staff will also guide you on the right way to care for these desert plants.
Didier Ludot stocks famous brands, such as Dior, Chanel and Hermès, and is popular for its collection of vintage clothing. This multi-brand fashion house can't be called affordable, but it's fun to hit the upscale shop once in a while and check out the trends and fashions spanning the decades. Find unique vintage pieces to make your wardrobe pop with originality.
Nestled in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, Aki Boulanger is a fusion bakery specializing in Japanese and French confections. Small yet cozy, this corner cafe bakes around the clock to provide patrons with the freshest baked goods like their marbled green tea and red bean bread, matcha eclairs, green tea macaroons, azuki bean filled beignets and more. They also serve up fusion gourmet coffee drinks like their matcha au lait. So grab one of the few tables, a sweet treat, and watch the world go by at this popular Parisian boulangerie.
Taking the family legacy forward, Alexandra Sojfer is an eponymous brand that has its roots in the 1930s. It breathes new life into a 19th-century shop in Paris' seventh arrondissement. Featuring artisanal parasols and umbrellas as well as walking sticks, their unique collection is a spectacle in fashion that has an aesthetic leaning. Select your seasonal arm candy from artistic styles and whimsical designs handcrafted from the finest fabric like mink and lace, and adorned with Swarovski crystals. Do check out their line of leather wallets, gloves, cardholders, jewelry, and other accessories as well.
Causse Gantier is a brand synonymous with luxury and elan. Established in 1892, its fashion philosophy and commitment to quality remains unchanged over four generations. Specializing in gloves for men, women and sportswear, pick up your pair of the fashion staple from an array of styles and designs made exclusively at their Millau factory. Their vintage and contemporary juxtaposition has even attracted top celebrities like Madonna, among others.
Crêperie Bretonne is a charming small eatery that has wooden chests and tables, lots of candles, an old map of Britain and pictures of old sailors and wives adorning the walls. All this adds to the charisma of this place. It has a nice range of savory and sweet crepes and some of the popular ones are the buckwheat ones with sausage, cheese or goat cheese. They also serve apple ciders, wines and beers. Bretonne has a loyal patronage and it seems the list is just growing, surely you will love this cute crêperie.