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This is a delightful shopping arcade filled with unique boutiques spanning every price range. There are several lobbies intersecting and criss-crossing through the emporium, so watch that the layout doesn't disorient you. There are some home design boutiques, toyshops and bookshops, but a vast majority of the establishments here sell clothes. There is also a variety of cafés to visit for a quick bite to eat or a rejuvenating drink.
In 1847, Louis-François Cartier opened his first goldsmith's workshop and thus laid the foundation for the company. After Napoleon's niece, Princess Mathilde, purchased a piece of jewelry at the Paris store 'Cartier' gained in reputation and became the official jewelry supplier at many aristocratic courts. Today, the brand represents primarily exclusive jewelry and luxury watches. The most popular collections are Panthère de Cartier, Love and Trinity de Cartier.
Gazzetta Caffè & Deli, located on Rue de la Longue Haie, offers a delightful Italian treat that will take you back to your Nonna's kitchen. The rustic Italian fare thus served is crafted out of finest produce and ingredients and time-tested family recipes. Gazzetta's menu is dominated by home-made pastas which are enough to keep you coming back for more. Their daily specials come highly recommended. To complement these authentic dishes, Gazzetta also serves a great selection of European wines. The deli also retails top quality Italian products such as cheeses, oils, wines and such.
Those who are rioting, fussing, running and playing the whole day need clothes that can take it! Shirts, dresses and underwear by Petit Bateau do. Additionally they have what it takes to be a favourite: blue and white striped or in bright uni colours they suit every child. Parents love the selection of high-quality clothing and underwear for their babies and kids.