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We already had dinner in three different restaurants here and always had an excellent evening and a very good meal each time. The last time in july we could sit outside on a warm evening on this lively place. Highly recommended.
Accidentally stumbled upon this cute quaint courtyard that has 5 restaurants with patios, covered in fairy lights. We sat in one of the restaurants and then got a crepe after and ate in the middle of the courtyard. It’s so pretty and really feels like...More
This Place has become one of the most lively in the Marais. It's surrounded by cafes and restaurants that take advantage of the open area with their terraces so lots of people outside eating and drinking. A few benches for one to sit on and...More
if you want to feel like a local - this is a perfect spot. Not as pretty in winter as when I was last here in mid summer, but still worth a visit to one of the restaurants that are located here. Always on my...More
This little square, just off the Rue St Antoine in the Marais is a welcome break from the bustle of the Rue des Rosiers and the surrounding streets. It is pretty well full of restaurant, all looking into the square, which is cobbled and leafy...More
When my guide mention that Marais is a trendy district, he wasn’t kidding. As we sat here at Place Sainte-Catherine for a 5 mins break, the number of swanky Parisians, no doubt heading out to the cafes and bistros that lined this square. It’s off...More
The small and quiet square owes its name to the market that was established here in 1784 at the site of the former convent of Saint Catherine. This charming place offers a feeling of a long gone, old Paris with its nice restaurants and cafes...More
Place Ste. Catherine is a must when visiting Paris. It's a little square and makes you feel like you're in the Paris of yesteryear. It's old, quaint and really feels Parisian. There are a couple of restauants, and if you sit down, relax and read...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendor. This neighborhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.