Tag Archive: le marais

Mary Céleste (Paris)

It’s beautiful, it’s full of young (in their 30s), fashionable people and it’s all about tapas and cocktails. Yes, this is the Mary Céleste we’re talking about. The bar owns its name to the… Continue reading

Carette (Paris)

Carette is the spring terrace you’ve been waiting looking for! This historic and emblematic tea salon has managed to keep its romantic and classy atmosphere over time. Drinking tea and indulging in desserts in the… Continue reading

Blend (Paris)

What does make Blend different from other burger places? Blend was the first spot in Paris to offer a gourmet version of burgers. There, everything is home-made, from the sweet potato fries to the… Continue reading

1K Hotel (Paris)

Previously named the Murano, this boutique hotel has been totally renewed in 2014 to become the 1K Paris. Located on the noisy Boulevard du Temple, at the frontier of the Marais, the hotel’s… Continue reading

Used Book Café (Paris)

Tired of those “hipsterish” coffee shops mushrooming at every street corner? At the Used Book Café, you can read books and relax at the same time, in a library-like atmosphere. Hundreds of books are waiting… Continue reading

Rachel’s (Paris)

For those missing the crazy burger they ate in New York or the best carrot cake of their life they tasted in L.A. last year, Rachel’s Cakes will find a solution. First, let me tell… Continue reading

Little Red Door (Paris)

Ok, you’re going to say: “A speakeasy bar? Again??” I can tell you that the Little Red Door, has something special. To enter, you’ll naturally stop by the modest red front door that… Continue reading

Bob’s Kitchen (Paris)

Bob’s Kitchen is a cute little canteen discreetly nestled in Rue des Gravilliers, facing popular restaurant Derrière. Nothing fancy here, instead simplicity is king. Only opened during the day, a crowd of bobos,… Continue reading

Marché des Enfants Rouges (Paris)

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges is definitely the place to go if you’re hanging out in the No-Ma area. Secretly hidden behind rue de Bretagne, the market is quite lovely — but also… Continue reading

Wood (Paris)

If you’ve already scoured all bars in the Marais area and don’t know where else to go out in Paris, well, Wood may be your new hot spot!  As said in the name,… Continue reading

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