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Address: 3 rue Neuve Popincourt, 75011
Hours: Closed Wednesday & Thursday. Open Monday, Tuesday & Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm. Open Saturday & Sunday from 9:30am-4:30pm.
Telephone: none, but their email is email@example.com
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Café Oberkampf in pictures
Address: 52 rue Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Open every day
Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 42 41 73 31
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: Soup, salad & sandwiches
Reviews of interest
Sprudge (2015) “While the coffee is carefully selected, here the focus is more all-around cafe as opposed to coffee bar; it’s the entirety of Blackburn that’s important, not just what they’re serving. There are fresh juices if you’re not in a coffee mood, all food and most of the pastries are made in house, and there’s even an inviting couch at the back – a vintage Scandinavian model of course.”
Good Coffee in Paris (2014) “… the awesomely understated Blackburn Café, content in its isolation and home to some excellent coffee… Coffee is à la demande (by request), with an interesting variation in the beans, which have origins as diverse as Indonesia, Ethiopia and Salvador. There are several seating options depending on how much conversation is desired, and sections for reading and laptop work.
Photo via Blackburn’s Facebook page
— Catherine Down, September 2015
An Absolute Favorite
Reviews of interest
Sugared & Spiced (2015) “Excellent coffee, super friendly service, and pastries supplied by Broken Biscuits. I’m not often in this neighborhood but when I am, I make sure to come here for a cup of coffee.”
Le Fooding (2015) “Aux commandes de cette ingénieuse structure modulable conçue pour évoluer avec les saisons (dedans/dehors de bois et verre), un jeune couple anglo-australien. Chez Daniel Warburton et Angelle Boucher, cafés d’exception provenant de micro-parcelles (expresso du Brésil, déca du Chiapas… 2,60 €), jus de fruits maison (4€), yoghourt au granola et fruits, spongieux cake au citron et amande…”
Hipsters in Paris (2015) “If you happen to be stuck around Madeleine or visiting François Hollande, starving or in need of a real coffee, stop by Honor. It’s a belle concept with gentil people who deserve your business.”
Sprudge (2015) “… a surprisingly casual and relaxed setting… And different it is. For starters, it’s an “outdoor” cafe. Think of it like a greenhouse that doesn’t have plants but serves coffee instead… The other big difference for the Paris coffee scene is that there isn’t any filter or pour-over coffee available. But instead, working off of a Mahlkönig EK43, they are serving up “filter shots”, a nod to Matt Perger’s Coffee Shots.”
Paris Bouge (2015) “On pourrait donc s’attendre à un café hors de prix… Et bien non, pas de surprise désagréable ! Comptez 3 euros environ pour un vrai bon café, 4 euros pour un chocolat chaud fait avec amour. Le tout avec de la bonne humeur et les larges sourires des deux baristas. Une adresse qu’on aurait bien envie de garder rien que pour nous.”
The New York Times (2015) “The name “Honor” is a nod not only to the street and to the patron saint of bakers but also to the couple’s ethos of honoring good hospitality and “baristaring,” as they refer to their craft… And if the coffee isn’t enough of a lure, Warburton and Boucher also offer a short but smart selection of quiches, sandwiches, salads and, bien sûr, dessert.”
Fuel your coffee fetish at the same place that Pierre Hermé does. This little shop on the foodie dream street of rue du Nil sells coffee equipment and freshly roasted single-origin beans from 15-20 small-scale coffee farmers. It’s not a true café where you can linger, but you can grab one of the most interesting shots of espresso in town or an expert cold-brewed coffee. And for chocoholics, they offer Claudio Corrallo chocolates and homemade chocolat chaud.