An offshoot of one our absolute favorites L’Office, you can stop by this former corner café at all hours of the day and night (sans reservation) for snacks, small plates, decent coffee, cocktails, or an evening meal.
Practical information Address: 72 rue de Rochechouart, 75009 Nearest transport: Anvers (2) Hours: Closed Monday & Tuesday; Open Wednesday-Sunday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome Telephone: 01 40 37 44 02 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Italian & pizza Website Facebook
Practical information Address: 47 rue de Rochechouart, 75009 Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Telephone: 09 51 18 66 59 Style of cuisine: Classic bistro Website Facebook What people are saying John Talbott (2015) “Warm welcome, warm soups, warm friends, what could
Practical information Address: 33 rue Richer, 75009 Nearest transport: Cadet (7) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday for lunch only; Open Tuesday-Friday for lunch and dinner; Open Saturday for dinner only Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome Telephone: 09 80 41 78 27 Average price for lunch: Less than 10€ Average
Practical information Address: 5 rue Henri Monnier, 75009 Nearest transport: Saint-Georges (12) Hours: Closed Monday; Open Tuesday-Sunday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 45 26 26 30 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of
Practical information Address: 47 rue Rodier, 75009 Nearest transport: Anvers (2), Saint-Georges (12) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 53 20 95 56 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 40-59€ Style of cuisine:
Practical information Address: 25 rue de Douai, 75009 Nearest transport: Blanche (2) Hours: Open Monday-Saturday for lunch & dinner and Sunday for brunch Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 42 81 21 93 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style
A design and home goods shop that happens to have an excellent coffee counter where Benoît Touche makes espresso, chai lattes, and filtered coffee using beans from local roaster Coutume.
Manhattanite Jody Williams has brought her well-loved French “gastroteque” back to the city that inspired the original rustic-chic cafe.
Frédéric Le Bordays is behind the bar and serving up excellent craft cocktails alongside a few simple small plates from chef Vanessa Krycève.
A charming shop with multiple locations, selling all manner of chocolates and candies. A fine spot for ice cream in the warmer months.
This historic shop, in the Chambeau family for five generations, produces old-fashioned, handmade chocolates and candies.
Brussels-based Pierre Marcolini is known for his carefully sourced, small estate, single origin tablets, but there’s plenty to please here, from macarons to chocolate-covered marshmallows.
This bar-à-vins offers a small menu of (mostly) cold and hot dishes, bottles to take home, and a natural and organic wine list.
A perpetual contender for the best baguette in Paris, Delmontel makes a wide variety of loaves, and gorgeous pastries, too.
“All the cheeses of France,” boasts the website of this shop. Not quite, but a huge variety all the same.
This historic traiteur and patisserie invented the oft-imitated Opera Cake.
Sebastien Gaudard, formerly of Delicabar — has taken over this longstanding rue des Martyrs pâtisserie, where he’s sticking with the classics.
The grande dame of Paris pâtisseries, and where Macaron Mania began.
A user-friendly (and increasingly omnipresent) olive oil shop featuring a range of top quality oils from small producers in Provence.
Forget about café crème and go for a flat white at this Aussie-inspired shop, one of the new wave of serious coffee places popping up in Paris. Also on order are fresh juices, sandwiches, and house-made tea cakes and scones.
Tucked into one of the covered passages in the ninth, Le Valentin specializes in Alsatian sweets, and serves breakfast and lunch in their tea salon.
Another reason to visit rue des Martyrs: This artisanal jam shop.
Many of the best and most luxurious Paris names are represented at this impressive food hall of the Galeries Lafayette department, where you can also lunch or snack at one of the freestanding kiosks.
Revive memories of your Corsican vacation at this shop, which sells artisanal olive oils, cheeses and meats from the island.
The source for some of the best burrata in town, and other products direct from Italy.
Brand-name suppliers (Joel Thiebault, Quatrehommes, Annie Bertin, Hugo Desnoyers, Christophe Vasseur, Terroirs d’Avenir) and natural wines are the backbone of this trend-heavy, but pleasant, modern French bistro helmed by the young Japanese chef Yoshi Morie.
This newest Régalade outpost is serving classic Bruno Doucet bistro fare like house-made terrine, pork belly with lentils, sea bream with fennel, rice pudding, and a Grand Marnier soufflé. Affordably priced with prix-fixe menus at lunch (26€) and dinner (35€).
Craving a little heat? Head to this address for chili-laden Hunanese fare. If you want their chicken Zuo Zang-tong — General Tso’s chicken — be sure to call a day in advance and let them know.
Practical information Address: 4 rue Pierre Fontaine, 75009 Nearest transport: Pigalle (2,12), Saint-Georges (12) Hours: Closed Sunday; Open Monday-Saturday from 8pm-1am Reservations: Book a week or two in advance Telephone: 09 52 91 23 00 E-mail: email@example.com Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Japanese & sushi;