Practical information Address: 60 rue du Cherche Midi, 75006 Nearest transport: Rennes (12), Vaneau (10) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 06 88 88 48 23 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of
Practical information Address: 3 carrefour de l’Odéon, 75006 Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 42 38 47 55 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Seafood & oysters,
Practical information Address: 11 rue Gregoire de Tours, 75006 Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 43 54 60 74 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for
Quite possibly the best happy hour in town, this pub pours 5€ pints from 6-8 pm every day, even weekends.
A frozen yogurt shop with seasonal kiosks popping up all over Paris.
Anthony Bourdain fans may recognize this Montparnasse shop from the Paris episode of No Reservations.
Grom uses only the best ingredients, from Italy and elsewhere (Sfusato lemons, Pizzuta almonds, Syrian pistachios, Venezuelan chocolate) to make their world class gelato.
Practical information Address: 18 rue Jean-Nicot, 75007 Nearest transport: La Tour Maubourg (8) Hours: Closed Sunday and Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday all day Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome Telephone: 01 53 59 96 96 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€ Style of cuisine: Spanish,
The clean lines of Roger’s shop show off his bold style and playful displays. Contemporary flavors like lemongrass and Sichuan peppercorn mix with classic pralines, dark ganaches, and caramels. A Meilleur Ouvrier de France.
International ubiquity might make La Maison du Chocolat easy to overlook on a visit to Paris, but this shop, with its heavenly ganaches, remains a standard bearer.
Master chocolatier and “caramelier” Henri Le Roux has set up shop in Paris. Salted butter caramel fans, rejoice.
A charming shop with multiple locations, selling all manner of chocolates and candies. A fine spot for ice cream in the warmer months.
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.
You’ll find natural and biodynamic wines from small producers, and a nice selection of grower Champagnes at this wine shop in the covered Marché Saint Germain, where you can also drink on the spot.
Not to be confused with the guy with several restaurants on rue Sainte Dominique, this Christian Constant is a chocolatier and full-service traiteur. In warm months, this is a good shop for ice cream; the glaces here are freshly made, with no stabilizers or additives.
This unassuming bakery and pastry shop offers Viennese specialties like sachertorte and strudel, but is also known for its extra-bitter chocolat chaud.
A friendly, family-run fromagerie in the covered Marché Saint Germain.
This traiteur/pâtisserie/boulangerie offers a visual feast of grand cakes and tarts, tiny and tempting petit-fours, chocolates, savory prepared foods, and baguettes to boot.
Whether you go for a pastry and a custom-flavored chocolat chaud or a box of perfect bonbons and truffles, Jean-Paul Hévin is a must for any chocolate lover.
This historic traiteur and patisserie invented the oft-imitated Opera Cake.
Master pâtissier Sadaharu Aoki combines French techniques and Japanese flavors.
This renowned charcutier has shops in the 6th and 15th.
Don’t let the multiple locations fool you into thinking that this is some kind of mediocre chain bakery: The breads at Kayser are excellent.
Jean-Charles Rochoux is one of the few chocolatiers in Paris with a workshop on premise, which makes walking into this shop — filled with aromas of chocolate and caramel — a particular pleasure.
Terroir-driven, estate-bottled, organic and biodynamic wines from small producers, are the specialty at this beloved shop, run by Juan Sanchez. Stop by on Saturdays for informal tastings.
Practical information Address: 18 rue Lauriston, 75016 Nearest transport: Charles de Gaulle-Etoile (1, 2, 6) Hours: Closed Saturday & Sunday; Open Monday-Friday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Book a few days in advance Telephone: 01 40 67 10 00 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner:
Larnicol is known for his whimsical chocolate centerpieces and sculptures, as well as his signature kouignettes, a miniature, deeply caramelized version of the classic kouign amann.
Guy Savoy’s excellent service and reliably fine food have fostered a loyal local and international clientele. Note: Savoy relocated to the Monnaie de Paris at 11 quai de Conti, 75006, on May 19, 2015.
Stock your bar with boutique rums, obscure gins, and artisan Armagnac from this high-proof shop at Odéon.
The grande dame of Paris pâtisseries, and where Macaron Mania began.