Hotels, restaurants, delicatessen and clubsRive Gauche’s best spots
With good humour and generosity, the thirty-year-olds Arthur and Alex revitalise the neighbourhood.
The Asian-influenced restaurant founded by Christophe Daine has just celebrated its tenth anniversary.
Here, no need for imagination to complement the chef’s efforts in the kitchen!
Nicolas Gailledrat is a music lover. Between music and the lapping of the Parisian waters, he once found the perfect harmony and the rare houseboat.
The mythical café on the Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés embodies the spirit of the village: festivities, gourmet food and literature.
Since 2018, the Southern French institution has opened a Parisian address.
The shop with a thousand references in Saint-Germain-des-Prés has just celebrated its first birthday.
A pioneer of “specialty coffees”, Terres de Café has finally set up shop in the 6th arrondissement.
Kaplan is the name of the new gourmet address that has just opened in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Marcello. Like Marcello Mastroianni, the famous Italian actor.
After seven years in the Marché Saint-Germain, the well-known coffee brand Nespresso, emperor of the new era of encapsulated coffee, has just moved to the corner of rue du Four.
Since 2019, the revue by the director and choreographer with an impressive CV –The Sun King, The Ten Commandments, Cleopatra, Star Academy, La France a un incroyable talent, the French Cancan at the Folies Bergère– has been a hit.
Since this winter, L’Enfance de Lard has been transformed into a brand new Le Bistrot de l’Enfance.
From the surfers of the Californian beaches to those of Hossegor, everyone has adopted the Frozen Yogurt. But not everyone who wants to may be a frozen yogurt!
With its coveted south-facing terrace and its unique and unobstructed view of the majestic Saint-Sulpice church, the Café de la Mairie is a must on the Rive Gauche.
Located in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Saint-Honoré districts, the two TaoKan restaurants, opened in 2012 and 2015 respectively, are institutions.
What if the secret Italian on rue Guisarde was the most Germanopratin restaurant in town?
Are you more of an Arhuaco, a Colombian with chocolate flavours, or Biloya, a very fruity grand cru from Ethiopia?