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Restaurant to be: Elmer

In the third arrondissement a blue facade that invites you to discover & travel while diving in the heart of the best French products.

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In need of a break before your next tour? We got you! Check out patisserie Di Vole di Liquirizia across from our boutique for some Milanese, Neapolitan, American and French desserts.

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Pâtisserie Bontemps

This summer, in between your tours of Paris, stop by for a tea break at the pâtisserie Bontemps in the Marais.

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Located at the heart of the Marais, Dessance is a restaurant that serves unique dishes fusing vegetables and desserts in a plant-themed decor awarded "top design in Paris" in 2015.

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Restaurant to be: Terra

Located in the Haut Marais, the restaurant Terra which opened its doors in March of 2018, perfectly maries French design and cuisine to create dishes that are as generously portioned as they are reveled about. This restaurant is a must!

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Restaurant to be: Health Inside

With nice weather right around the corner, winter dishes are no longer in season. It's time to get back to a healthy and balanced diet. Make your way to the Health Inside restaurant where balanced dishes and quality ingredients are used to make healthy meals without sacrificing quantity.

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Restaurant to be: the Nicole Flamel Inn

Welcome to the oldest Inn in Paris. For over 600 years, the Nicola Flamel Inn, the most famous alchemist in Paris, offers authentic French cuisine in a romantic setting filled with history.

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The Ineko cafe

Let yourself indulge in a lit zen journey at the heart of the Marais with dishes and desserts that bring you back to childhood.

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Discover the flavors of Morocco while never leaving the Marais. All you need to do is get yourself to Chez Omar, located at 47 rue de Bretagne to have one of the best couscous in all of Paris.

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Chez Alain Miam Miam

While strolling at the Marché des Enfants Rouge, there is a good chance that at the turn of a stand, you will hear a “Miam-Miam” In this case, do not hesitate and follow the sound of the voice, you are not far from the best sandwich of Paris (and maybe even of the world!)

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Le Café des Musées

Authentic Parisian brasserie since 1924, le Café des Musées welcomes you to a friendly and warm atmosphere in the heart of Paris.

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Restaurant to be: Champeaux

The legendary Parisian restaurant Champeaux, opened its doors in 1800, and won eternal fame thanks to Zola. Originally located at Place de la Bourse, the restaurant went under new leadership in 2016, and transformed its image with the help of triple starred chef Alain Ducasse who will re-open its doors under the canopée des Halles.

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At Lily and Marcel's

Located along the Seine, Lily and Marcel's traditional Parisian brasserie welcomes you!

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La Félicita

Welcome to La Félicità, which opened last year on the 26th of May. This new Parisian restaurant is the largest one in Europe at 4500 square meters, and 1000 table cloths. A gigantic space entirely dedicated to Italian cuisine, a new Parisian place inviting you to visit all its outrageousness.

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Located in Haut-Marais, the restaurant "Mister T" is walking distance from the market of the red children and the carreau du temple. Shortly after it was opened to the public, it became a culinary spot to not be missed!

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Plisson House

It's been three years that the Plisson House has opened its doors on the east side of Paris. Located on Boulevard Beaumarchais, this upscale supermarket hosts a restaurant, grocery store, and a general food market.

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Café of the arts and professions

Located in the Hotel National des Arts et Métiers, the Ristorante National quickly made its way to the spotlight in the city of lights. With its elegant and refined decor, the Ristorante National can accommodate you for brunch, lunch, dinner, or even simply a cocktail at the bar.

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Breizh Café

Located in the third arrondissement, the Breizh Café is known as one of the best places to indulge in Brittany's renown delicacy: the "crêpe"

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Raw

A restaurant where baking, from starter to dessert, is persona non grata all in a sober and refined design.

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Marché des Enfants Rouges

Located rue de Bretagne, 5 minutes’ walk from the Histoires de Parfums gallery, the Enfants-Rouges market is a place full of stories and stalls to discover with and without moderation.

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