Practical information Address: 31 rue Lepic, 75018 Nearest transport: Abbesses (12), Blanche (2) Hours: Open every day from 8:30am Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 84 79 23 40 Average price for lunch: Less than 10€ Style of cuisine: Baked goods, soups/salads/sandwiches Website Facebook Photo via
Practical information Address: 24 rue Vauvenargues, 75018 Nearest transport: Guy Môquet (13), Jules Joffrin (12) Hours: Open every day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 46 27 78 46 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: German, burgers
Natural wines and simple cooking rule at this low-key Montmartre bistro.
In front, a wine shop with a good selection of estate-bottled wines. In back, a place to drink them, accompanied by charcuterie and cheese.
Far off the beaten path, this place is one of Paris’ very best beer bars. The three rotating taps include two French craft beers and one bière ordinaire, and the bottle menu presents five pages of small-production craft beers brewed in France.
With a host of international beers, a speedy bottle-chilling machine, and a row of chess tables at patrons’ disposal, Guillaume Lucas’ shop is a welcome addition to the rue des Martyrs. A good place to pick up something on the way to a party or picnic, but you can also pass a few hours here, playing chess and sipping quality beer.
Opened in late 2012, this is the first brewery in Paris proper in many decades. Brewed in small batches with flavors inspired by the neighborhood’s African markets and offering brewery visits, free tastings, and bottles to go.
A charming — and fragrant — spice shop in Montmartre.
A Montmartre cheese shop with a (usually) friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Virginie sells only raw-milk cheeses at her lovely Montmartre shop.
This way to the cheese, on the quiet side of Montmartre.
Baker Gontran Cherrier is making some of the most interesting breads in Paris, including a rye loaf with miso.
The 2008 winner of the annual Grand Prix de la Baguette de la Ville de Paris.
Head baker Djibril Bodian won the 2010 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
A perpetual contender for the best baguette in Paris, Delmontel makes a wide variety of loaves, and gorgeous pastries, too.
This bakery finished 5th in the 2011 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
Reserve well in advance for a seat at the counter where you can watch Kyoto chef Eichi Edakuni prepare a modern Japanese feast before your eyes.
Practical information Address: 94 rue des Martyrs, 75018 Nearest transport: Abbesses (12) Hours: Open every day for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 46 06 50 73 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Classic
Practical information Address: 16 rue Eugène Sue, 75018 Nearest transport: Marcadet-Poissonniers (4, 12) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday- Saturday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome Telephone: 01 42 59 43 24 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Small plates &
Practical information Address: 52 rue Lamarck, 75018 Nearest transport: Lamarck-Caulaincourt (12) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 42 55 05 42 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 60-100€ Style of cuisine:
The kitchen and dining room are one and the same at Il Brigante where a Calabrian pizzaiolo is turning out masterful cracker-crusted pizzas. Try the Carboneri with a runny egg, bufala mozzarella, pecorino and a sprinkling of black pepper. Pizzas available to go, too.
Warm, welcoming and well-priced. The new bistro from Christian Etchebest follows the model of his other cantines, La Cantine du Troquet and La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix.
A cheerful clone of Jeanne A for the underserved Montmartre neighborhood – this casual eatery and take-out epicerie is open seven days a week with continuous service.
It’s all about the bird at Le Coq Rico.
Bob (aka Marc Grossman)’s mini empire continues to expand with American style diner and bakery complete with pecan or lattice-topped cherry pie, Belleville Brulerie coffee, hand-rolled bagels and even their elusive brethren bialys. There’s a pretty lovely outdoor terrasse, too.
Essentially just a take-out counter and four tables, Bululu has a vegetarian-friendly menu of handmade arepas (gluten-free corn pancakes) stuffed with avocado, Venezuelan cheeses, plantains, beans or meat. Wash them down with rum-based tropical cocktails served in mason jars. Très Brooklyn in Montmartre.
Practical information Address: 18 rue Eugène Sue, 75018 Nearest transport: Marcadet-Poissonniers (4, 12) Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Reserve a few days in advance Telephone: 01 42 55 61 64 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for
This Montmartre bakery was a top-ten finisher in the 2007 and 2008 Grand Prix de la Baguette.
The winner of the 2012 Grand Prix de la Baguette de Paris, i.e., the best baguette in Paris.
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