Our Favorite Places To Go in Paris

Our Favorite Places to go in Paris

38 Rue de Bretagne, 3rd

Café Charlot

Formerly a neighborhood boulangerie, Café Charlot is a charming and lively bistro with one of the most popular bars amongst the fashion set opposite Le Marché des Enfants Rouge  (the oldest market in Paris, created in 1610). With a sunny terrace on the Northside of Rue de Bretagne and their delicious menu perfect for brunch and late nights, it’s the place to be.

239-241 Rue Saint Honore, 1st

Hotel Costes

An art boutique and luxury hotel and restaurant located on one of the most fashionable streets in the world close to the Seine, Rue Saint-Honoré. Whether you’re in for a Saturday lunch or dinner, a visit to the Costes is quite an experience for all five senses.

8 Rue de Navarin, 9th

Hotel Amour

Playing on Paris’ reputation as one of the most romantic cities, the stunning Hotel Amour seduces guests with a love-themed decor and sophisticated bohemian spirit. Set in a former brothel in Pigalle and a walking distance from the famous promenade des Anglais, Hotel Amour is best known for its splendid eggs and salads brunch.

28 Rue Henry Monnier, 9th


Buvette combines the elegance of an old world café with the casual nature of a neighborhood eatery. Expect a wonderful cocktail and wine list, and a petite menu of dishes like coq au vin, modules, and tartines du matin au soir.

7 Rue de Lille, 7th


Take a trademark trip down to Karl Lagerfield’s world at 7L where l’habit ne fait pas le moine. This is no ordinary bookshop as it specializes in all things design and has a large selection of books on garden, landscapes, and great international exhibitions.

75 Blvd. Malesherbes, 8th

Benneton Graveur

A former stationery supplier for the European royal courts established in 1880. If you have the time for a Parisian bespoke engraved stationery order, you can’t go much better than Benneton.

35 Rue du Faubourg, 9th

À la Mère de Famille

The oldest chocolatier in Paris with a historic ambience that goes along with its wonderful sweets. From raw cocoa to the fine chocolate product or praline, this is the place where it all happens.