Morning in the Aligre Market Neighborhood
About this neighborhood: A few blocks east of the Bastille, the Aligre market and its surrounding streets mark one of the city’s most bustling neighborhoods. The area hosts a huge number of celebrated chefs and wine bars catering to locals who are food-obsessed but also younger and funkier than you’ll find in Saint-Germain. A great option for those who want to experience something a little off the beaten track.
What we’ll taste: We’ll start the day with breakfast pastries before tasting our way through the the celebrated Marché d’Aligre. We’ll taste some specially aged French cheeses, sample some artisanal charcuterie, and explore a wide range of seasonal ingredients and regional products. We’ll finish with sweets made by one of the city’s most celebrated pâtissiers.
Our aim with morning food tours is to share a wide range of traditional French foods with wine, and we have a beautiful indoor tasting space where we can taste wine with our market purchases and talk about pairings more in depth.
The Aligre Market neighborhood in pictures
Breakfast pastries to begin our tour.
A few of the more than 500 cheeses in France.
Some truly luscious charcuterie.
The outdoor and indoor markets at Aligre.
An unconventional Tarte Tatin.
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