Emily in Paris

Emily in Paris

Our Favorite Places to go in Paris

75005 Paris, France

Emily in Paris' Apartment

Situated steps away from the Paris Panthéon, one of the most delightful squares in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris is where Emily moves into her new “Chambre de Bonne” in the Latin Quarter on Place de l’Estrapade also known as Maison Moreau. This is the famous apartment block where Emily and Gabriel reside. It boasts of its very own sparkling fountain, bookstore, patisserie, delectable boulangerie, and a couple of restaurants dotted along the road. Filled with benches, it’s a perfect spot to sit and read a good book or simply stop and watch the world go by.

18 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, 75005

Gabriel's Restaurant

The restaurant where Emily’s hot downstairs neighbor Gabriel works really does exist and is only two doors down from La Boulangerie Moderne. Gabriel’s restaurant is called “Les Deux Compères” in the Emily in Paris series, which is an Italian gem called Terra Nerra located adjacent to Place de l’Estrapade. This Neapolitan restaurant is one of the most authentic Italian restaurants near the Sorbonne with a variety of pasta dishes and fresh seafood. But whatever your choice of order is, it will be served with a smile, and often, an Italian accent to boot. 

16 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris, France

La Boulangerie Moderne

If you want to follow Emily’s morning routine, you can pop on over to the real La Boulangerie Moderne, where Emily gets her daily bread, or shall we say, pain au chocolat. Her resident patisserie serves up a variety of humble French pastries where you can try great croissants, brioches and, bien sûr baguettes. 

Place du Panthéon, 75005

The Phanteon

As seen in the background when Emily breaks up with her Chicago dud boyfriend in one of the most impressive buildings of the Neoclassical period. The Panthéon is a monument in the 5th arrondissement of Paris located in the Latin Quarter, standing atop the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, at the center of the Place du Panthéon, which it is named after. It’s the final resting place for many of France’s most famous luminaries – Louis Braille, Marie Curie, Victor Hugo, and Voltaire among them.

The Seine River and Quai

Despite being always very busy at work, Emily always finds the time for a walk along the Seine or for some sightseeing. The banks of River Seine (quais de la Seine) is one of France’s three-longest rivers and has been the subject of many famous impressionist paintings.  Along the Seine are some of Paris’ most famous monuments and landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre-Dame, the Conciergerie, the City Hall, the Bibliothèque François Mitterrand, and other architectural gems and waterfront developments.

172 Bd Saint-Germain, 75006

Cafe De Flore

This is the place where Emily meets Thomas, the snobby semiotics professor. Located on the Seine’s picturesque left bank, between the fifth and sixth arrondissement, this art-deco destination is a must-visit place for un café or Deux. Café de Flore is one of the oldest coffeehouses in Paris and a historical bastion of high-profile Parisian writers and philosophers such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.

23 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris, France

Le Raidd

In a time of crisis, Gregory Elliott Dupré flees to a gay bar in Paris. His sanctuary is Raidd, a bar infamous for go-go boy showers. Raidd welcomes a trendy mix of younger locals, innocent study abroad students, and other voyeuristic internationals to the Marais. Once voted as Time Out’s Top 100 best bars in Paris, it is the most friendly open air terrace you will find in le Marais with all drinks at happy hour prices!

Place des Vosges, 75004

Place de Vosges

The place where Mindy and her bandmate Benoit share their first kiss and fall in love during a Parisian heat wave in the middle of the beautiful park. Originally Palace Royale, The Place des Vosges in Le Marais is the oldest planned square in Paris and has its own special charm. To start your own love story, remember to pick up some falafel. 

Palais Royal & Parks

Jardin du Palais Royal is the park where Emily and Mindy first meet and where Mindy sang La Vie en Rose. Located in the heart of Paris, Palais Royal is a former royal palace in the 1st arrondissement of France. Once called the Palais-Cardinal, the palace is today home to an unusual modern art exhibit and avant-garde sculpture displays. There is something magical about having the carefully manicured park all to yourself!

Rue des Bons Enfants, 75001

Place de Valois

Emily starts her new job at a French marketing firm Savoir. Her office can be found in Place de Valois, which is right next to antiques store Galerie Patrick Fourtin. Regal and imposing, the Place de Valois is tucked around in a little-known corner of the 1st arrondissement of Paris. In times gone by, the courtyard was named Cour de Fontaines — thanks to the presence of the fountain in the square.

Palais Garnier Opera House

Emily has her notable Audrey Hepburn moment on the steps of the Palais Garnier, the 18th century Parisian opera house in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. Located in the heart of the French capital, this world’s most famous opera house and dazzling architectural masterpiece stands, and became the place to be in Paris 19th Century Bourgeois’ nightlife.

Seine Bridges

The Post Alexandre III is a deck arch bridge where the perfume ad for De L’Heure was filmed in the Emily in Paris Episode: Sexy or Sexist. Today there are 37 bridges spanning the Seine. This makes for an exceptional heritage and is a magnificent sight day and night. It’s one of the most photographed bridges of Paris due to its immense beauty. Definitely something you don’t want to miss walking around the streets of lovely Paris.

2 Rue de l'Abreuvoir, 75018 Paris, France

La Maison Rose in Montmarte

After a rough day at work with her snooty boss, Sylvie, Mindy takes Emily out to dinner at the perfectly pink La Maison Rose, famously known as the picture perfect “Pink House” nestled on the corner of a winding cobblestoned street in Montmartre. La Maison Rose has been serving coffee since its beginnings and was also once a boarding house where local writers could eat inexpensively.

23 Av. Junot Pavillon D, 75018 Paris, France

Hotel Particulier Montmarte

Montmartre gets visited quite often: Emily has a meal with Mindy at the famous corner restaurant La Maison Rose, sets up a photoshoot with the Swedish luxury mattress brand, and has a lunch meeting at a beautiful courtyard with Olivia that belongs to Hôtel Particulier. Originally an 18th century mansion set amid sculptured gardens by Louis Bénech. Just take a walk along the quaint paving stones of a street known as “the passage of the witch’s rock” in Montmartre and you will find a guesthouse that artfully shows how modern design can be woven into traditional Parisian architecture. 

Place d'Armes, 78000


Emily in Paris’ most stunning location may be the hallowed halls of Versailles. Designer Gregory hosts his glamorous new intimate line debut in the palace-turned-tourist attraction’s Hall of Mirrors, creating a homage to Marie Antoinette, an extravagant event and a fashion affair to remember. Rich with history and brimming with fascinating tales of times long gone by, Versailles has won the hearts of Parisian hearts and tourists alike.