Café in Paris

Move Me To Paris’s Favourite Cafés

Paris is awash with café’s of all kinds, the cute, the chic, the corner café, the hidden, the minimalistic, the picturesque, the opulent. There is somewhere for everybody. Some are in stunning settings that will have you pinching yourself to believe that you are really here. Paris is the epitome of café culture, with people watching an honest pastime.  Here are our Move Me To Paris’s favourite cafés in Paris for you.

Café Marly

No trip is complete to the Louvre without visiting this trendy café. It is located under the arches with a beautiful terrace overlooking the iconic glass Pyramid. The food is a mix of French and International which you can enjoy while bumping shoulders with the Parisan Jet set.

Café Musée Jacquemart Andre

Housed in a beautiful 19th century Hotel Particulier, the Museum holds a large fine collection of private art. Nestled in the back of this mansion, overlooking a quaint courtyard, is their Café. You can access this without going through the museum if you just want to indulge in one of their delicate pastries or enjoy a weekend brunch in one of the most beautiful salons of Paris.

La Rotonde de La Muette

A Parisian institution located in the Passy area of the 16th arrondissement is an ideal spot to people watch and take a break from shopping on Rue de Passy. It is worth is to call ahead and book a table on their small terrace

Patisserie Lacroix

This cosy café on the Quai Montebello, alongside the Notre dame, will fill your senses and your bellies with their delicious home-made patisseries. A wonderful place to pause and recharge during your tour of the Latin quarters.

Carette Place de Vosges

Why not take a pause from shopping at all the lovely boutiques and browsing the museums dotted around the Marais with a Coffee or more at the  ‘Salon de Thé’ located under the arches of the beautiful Place des Vosges.

Au Vieux Paris

One of the oldest documented restaurants in Paris, the Au Vieux Paris located on the Ile de la Cité is a charming Parisienne experience. Its renowned wisteria is much photographed, and the food is scrumptious

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