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Who’s Serving Paris During the Lockdown?

Since March 15, Paris restaurants, cafés and bars have been shuttered, and only “essential” shops are allowed to remain open. This category includes shops selling the holy French trinity: bread, cheese and wine. Some restaurants have also remained open, with the caveat that they only provide takeout and delivery. Many are working with UberEats and Deliveroo to make this possible.

Below, please find a list of places still open in Paris. This information is changing day by day, so we will be updating this list regularly. (Last update: May 28.)

We’ve listed first the places offering delivery, followed by a list of open options by arrondissement. If you have something to add, leave a comment or send word to parisbymouth@gmail.com.

Delivery Options

Since movements in France are now restricted to a one-kilometer radius from home, we realize that not all of these shops will be accessible to everyone. The shops and businesses below are offering delivery. Those without an address have no brick and mortar shop you can visit but will bring goods right to your door.

Restaurants

The Hood (80, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011) is selling specialty coffee and dishes like whole poached chicken, laksa, rendang, chicken rice, and pandan chiffon cake via takeaway and delivery Monday-Saturday noon to 10pm, Sunday 10am-5pm. The restaurant has also manufactured a range of condiments like chai syrup, ginger/turmeric syrup, sriracha, and ginger-garlic paste.

Pierre Sang Express (8, rue Gambey, 75011; 12 rue Notre-Dame des Champs, 75006) is delivering bibimbap (meat, fish, and vegetarian) via UberEats and Deliveroo. Meals are also available for takeaway.

Hero (289, rue Saint-Denis, 75002) is selling its menu of fried chicken, kimchi, buns, natural wine, and beer for takeaway and delivery Deliveroo and UberEats. Open every day from 12-3pm and 6:30-10pm.

Tomy & Co (22, rue Surcouf, 75007) is preparing and delivering meal baskets (36€ for three courses). Order via Deliveroo or by phone (0615851975). Limited quantities available each week.

La Tour d’Argent is offering delivery of its famous duck directly from producer Maison Burgaud. See Facebook for a recipe. Order online.

Cosi (5, rue des Filles du Calvaire, 75003) is open 7 days a week from noon-9pm for pickup. Delivery is also possible via Deliveroo.

Pastore (26, rue Bergère, 75009) is open Thursday-Saturday for takeaway (5-6:30pm) and delivery (6:30-8:30pm). Menu online. Order via email (info@pastore.paris). 8€ delivery charge. 30€ minimum order for delivery.

Passerini (65, rue Traversière, 75012) is open for takeaway and delivery. The online shop offers both cooked dishes and Italian pantry staples from Pastificio Passerini. Order before 6pm the night before for pickup 4:30-6:30pm or delivery 4:30-7:30pm.

Septime has launched Septime à la Maison for daily delivery throughout Paris. Menu of the week from 32€ per person. Order a day in advance from 10am.

El Nopal (3, rue Eugène Varlin, 75010; 5, rue Dupérre, 75009) is open for takeaway or delivery via UberEats Tuesday-Sunday noon-9pm. Order online.

Le Bel Ordinaire Rive Gauche (5, rue de Bazeilles, 75005) is open for delivery and pickup. Tuesday-Saturday (menu of the week shared Monday morning, 24€ for 3 courses; apéro box 69€ for three people); order online the day before.

Pompette (15, rue Hippolyte Lebas, 75009) is offering dishes and wines at retail prices for pickup and delivery Tuesday-Saturday 5-9pm. Menu available online.

Table (3, rue de Prague, 75012) is open for takeaway. Several set menus that change according to product availability are available ranging from 100€ to 240€ for two people. Wine pairings available. Order online for pickup between noon and 5pm or delivery (+10€).

Double Dragon (52, rue Saint-Maur, 75011) is open every day for takeout and delivery.

Macéo (15, rue des Petits Champs, 75001) is offering a 27€ three-course menu and a selection of wine for takeaway and delivery. Order online.

Chez la Vieille (1, rue Bailleul, 75001) is offering takeout and delivery Monday-Friday. Order online up to a day in advance or call (01 32 60 15 78) for same-day pickup.

Mokonuts and Mokoloco (74, rue de Charonne, 75011) have launched a hybrid (dubbed Lokonuts) boasting a lunchtime menu of sandwiches, salads, baked goods, and house-made drinks and an evening menu of plated dishes. Pickup or delivery options (for arrondissements 1-4, 10-12, and 20). Order online (for evening, order before 6pm the day before.)

Bakeries

Circus Bakery (63, rue Galande, 75005) quickly rolled out a planned bike messenger delivery service following the announcement of confinement measures in Paris. Order online for same-day or next-day delivery of bread and other baked goods. 4€ bike delivery per order.

Le Boulanger de la Tour (2, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 75005) is open daily and is also delivering bread, viennoiseries, pastry, and more. Order online.

Des Gateaux et du Pain (89, rue du Bac, 75007; 63, boulevard Pasteur, 75015) has opened both its locations (closed Tuesday). It is also offering deliveries via its website (9.50€ delivery fee).

Chambelland (14, rue Ternaux, 75011) is selling its organic, gluten-free breads by bike messenger. Deliveries go to the Right Bank Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and the Left Bank Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. To order, choose your products from the second image in this Instagram post and send an email 24 hours in advance to commande@chambelland.com.

Eric Kayser is offering bike delivery throughout Paris for 10€ (free for orders over 50€). Order online.

Poilâne (8, rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006) offers delivery throughout Paris.

Babka Zana (65, rue Condorcet, 75009) is open Wednesday-Sunday 8:30am-2:30pm. Payment by card only. Delivery also available via Epicery.

Benoit Castel (150, rue de Ménilmontant, 75019; 72 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011; 11 rue Sorbier, 75020) has also launched an e-shop for delivery. Order the night before for delivery 3-6pm.

Boneshaker (77, rue d’Aboukir, 75002) is open Friday & Saturday noon-3pm for pickup and delivery. Order online in advance (Tuesday & Wednesday).

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (77, rue Saint Antoine, 75004) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Marie-Anne Cantin (12, rue du Champs de Mars, 75007) is remaining open Tuesday-Saturday from 8:30am-6pm. It is also offering delivery via its website.

Crèmerie Frescolet (42, rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, 75009) is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-6pm. It is also offering free delivery (call 09 82 32 27 17).

Comptoir des Fromages et de la Bière is delivering a large variety of cheese via contactless delivery. Order online.

Wine Shops

Divvino (16, rue Elzevir, 75003) is open for takeway and delivery.

Caves Legrand has kept its online shop open.

La Cave des Papilles (35, rue Daguerre, 75014) is open and is also delivering wine throughout Paris.

Cave de Belleville is delivering to the 10th, 11th, 18th, 19th, and 20th arrondissements. Deliveries are made Tuesdays and Thursdays between 1 and 4pm. Pay in advance by wire or upon delivery by check. Email 51@lacavedebelleville.com for a list of options.

Le Mary Celeste (1, rue des Commines, 75003) is selling cases of natural wine hand-picked by the restaurant team at cellar prices. Order online.

Clown Bar is delivering natural wine throughout France. Order online.

Gargantua (45, rue Lacépède, 75005) is open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-8pm. It is also offering free delivery. Order by e-mail (contact.gargantua@gmail.com) or by phone (07 87 58 33 00).

Gare au Gorille (68, rue des Dames, 75017) is selling wine to go Thursday from 12-6pm. Delivery Friday (minimum 120€). List available online.

La Chambre Noire (137, rue Saint Maur) is open Tuesday-Friday 2-6pm for takeaway. Free delivery in eastern Paris.

Beer Shops

BapBap is offering delivery of its beers via its e-shop. Free shipping from 12 bottles.

Deck & Donohue is delivering cases of its beers but also of Ten Belles coffee, Bouteille à l’Amère cider, and a few select wines. Order online for delivery.

Gallia is delivering beer throughout Paris, with delivery Monday-Friday. Cases of 24 identical 33cl bottles to avoid contamination. Priced at habitual to-go prices from the brewery. Order online; 6€ delivery.

BEER Paris is delivering a selection of beer. Message on Facebook for a catalogue. 70€ minimum order.

Specialty Grocers

Eataly (37, rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75003) is open for pickup and delivery seven days a week from 11:30am to 7:30pm. Only kits and baskets are available for delivery. 50€ minimum.

Comptoir des Producteurs (25, rue Mouton-Duvernet, 75014) remains open and is also delivering its seasonal, organic or sustainably-sourced produce throughout Paris and the close suburbs. 50€ minimum.

Maison Plisson (93, boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003) is delivering specialty groceries throughout Paris including cheese, meat, coffee, and produce.

Fish and Shop is bringing high-quality fish right to your door with contactless delivery.

Culinaries is an online marketplace for natural wine and organic goods including meat, fish, produce, and pantry staples.

Vergers Saint Eustache is delivering mixed baskets of seasonal fruits and vegetables from local producers. Order online each Tuesday for delivery Wednesday-Friday or Monday. 35€ per basket.

Epices Roellinger has kept its online shop open for all of your spice needs. Free shipping from 60€.

We Are Ona is collaborating with one chef per week to craft a unique, three-course menu you can make at home with locally-sourced ingredients. Order the basket of the week online and gain access to step-by-step recipes. 45€ per basket (serves two people)

Les Partisans du Terroir is delivering organic produce baskets and a selection of other products like terrines and wine. 50€ minimum order.

Terroirs d’Avenir is keeping its Parisian shops open and is also offering delivery Tuesday-Saturday 9am-1pm. Order online.

Roots (47, rue Léon Frot, 75011) is open Tuesday-Friday 11am-9pm. Saturday 10am-9pm. Sunday 10am-2pm. It is also offering delivery Tuesday-Saturday afternoons; order via email (roots.epicerie@gmail.com). 8€ for deliveries under 10kg; 12€ for deliveries over 10kg.

Lahcen Bio is delivering organic produce either in 5k mixed boxes (20€) or à la carte. See Instagram for offerings and prices.

Les Paniers de la Petite Laura is delivering fresh fish throughout Paris, either to your home or at a number of pickup locations throughout the city. Order online. 40€ minimum.

La Maison Dalloyau has teamed up with Loire Valley producer Eric Roy to create fresh, seasonal produce baskets (25€). Order online for delivery or pickup at Dalloyau shops across the city.

Culture Foood is assembling mixed boxes of local products for delivery including Sain sourdough bread, Yumi cookies, Edwart hazelnut-chocolate spread, and more. Baskets start at 35€. Order online.

Chef Thibault Sombardier is working with Didier Pil to deliver organic fruit and vegetable baskets to Parisians every Wednesday. Contact the chef via Instagram.

Le Doyenné is a farm-to-table project launched by chefs James Henry and Shaun Kelly. They have opened an online store to sell their produce. Order online before Wednesday 11pm for pickup Friday at either Ten Belles Bread (17-19 rue Breguet 75011) 2-5pm or La Boucherie Grégoire (29, rue de l’Abbé Grégoire, 75006) noon-2pm. Minimum order 15€.

Arnaud Nicolas (46, avenue de la Bourdonnais, 75007) is not only selling its award-winning charcuterie. The team is also preparing an ever-changing list of to go dishes available Tuesday-Sunday. Pickup or delivery.

Coffee Roasters

Le Caféothèque has kept its online shop open.

Belleville Brûlerie is shipping its artisan coffees via Colissimo and bike messenger. It has rolled out a special blend in support of healthcare personnel; order a bag, and Belleville will donate the same amount to a local hospital. Order online.

Dose has kept its online store open.

Chocolate and Pastry

Yann Couvreur is selling a weekly brunch box filled with an assortment of goodies. Each week the selection will change, but boxes may include financiers, cookies, chocolates, brioche, quiche, or focaccia. Delivery Saturday and Sunday. 49€ per box for two; 10€ delivery.

Patrick Roger (108, boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006) is delivering chocolate anywhere within Paris. Order online. Free delivery for orders over 60€.

Pierre Marcolini is delivering specialty chocolate via his online shop.

L’Éclair de Génie is delivering pre-assembled boxes of eclairs, chocolates, babas, and more Tuesday-Saturday. Order online.

Pierre Hermé (4, rue de Bretagne, 75003) is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.

Maison du Chocolat has kept its online store open.

Fou de Pâtisserie (45, rue Montorgueil, 75002; 36, rue des Martyrs, 75009) is delivering pastry throughout Paris and shipping chocolates and canned goods. Order online.

Philippe Conticini (42, rue de l’Annonciation, 75016) is open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 9am-2pm. It is also delivering pastry and baked goods via its e-shop.

Christophe Michalak (16, rue de la Verrerie, 75003; 8, rue du Vieux Colombier, 75006; 60, rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière, 75010) is offering delivery of pastry boxes. His Marais, Saint-Germain, and Faubourg-Poissonnière shops are also open with reduced hours.


By Neighborhood

Louvre & Opéra (75001)

Restaurants

Macéo (15, rue des Petits Champs) is offering a 27€ three-course menu and a selection of wine for takeaway and delivery. Order online.

Chez la Vieille (1, rue Bailleul) is offering takeout and delivery Monday-Friday. Order online up to a day in advance or call (01 32 60 15 78) for same-day pickup.

Bakeries

Eric Kayser (33, rue Danielle Casanova) is open. The bakery is also offering bike delivery throughout Paris for 10€ (free for orders over 50€).

La Parisienne (21, rue des Halles) is open from 7am to 2pm.

Cheese Shops

Salon du Fromage Hisada (47, rue Richelieu) is open.

Beer Shops

Bières Cultes (14, rue des Halles) is open.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Teléscope (5, rue Villedo) is open Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm for takeaway coffee and baked goods.

Pierre Hermé (4, rue Cambon) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Sentier (75002)

Restaurants

Hero (289, rue Saint-Denis) is selling its menu of fried chicken, kimchi, buns, natural wine, and beer for takeaway and delivery Deliveroo and UberEats. Open every day from 12-3pm and 6:30-10pm.

Frenchie To Go (9, rue du Nil) is offering an ever-changing selection of takeaway meals Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

Frenchie (6, rue du Nil) is offering takeaway and delivery (12€ surcharge) with Frenchie at Home Tuesday-Saturday. Menus from 37€; vegetarian options available.

Bakeries

Eric Kayser (5, place de la Bourse) is open. The bakery is also offering bike delivery throughout Paris for 10€ (free for orders over 50€).

Terroirs d’Avenir Bakery (3, rue du Nil) is open Tuesday-Sunday from 8am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

Cheese Shops

Terroirs d’Avenir Crèmerie (8, rue du Nil) is open from 10am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

Wine Shops

Frenchie Caviste (9, rue du Nil) is open Friday-Sunday 10am-4pm for contactless, to-go sales.

Specialty Shops

Terroirs d’Avenir (rue du Nil) is keeping its fishmonger and butchershop open from 10am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Fou de Pâtisserie (45, rue Montorgueil) is open. It is also delivering pastry throughout Paris and shipping chocolates and canned goods. Order online.

Cédric Grolet Opéra (35, avenue de l’Opéra) is open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm for pickup only. Order online.

Pierre Hermé (39, avenue de l’Opéra) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Marais (75003 & 75004)

Restaurants

Cosi (5, rue des Filles du Calvaire) is open 7 days a week from noon-9pm for pickup and delivery via Deliveroo.

Les Enfants du Marché (39, rue de Bretagne) has prepared a special menu for takeaway including cooked dishes and wines. Tuesday-Sunday 11am-4pm.

Bakeries

Poilane (38, rue Debelleyme) remains open Tuesday-Saturday 8am-3pm. It also offers delivery throughout Paris.

Tout Autour du Pain (134, rue de Turenne) remains open every day.

Pain de Sucre (14, rue Rambuteau) is open Thursday-Monday 9am-5pm.

Le Petit Grain Ile Saint Louis (1, rue des Deux Ponts) is open Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Jouannault (39, rue de Bretagne) is open. Orders can be placed online or by phone to reduce time spent in the shop. Contact fromagerie-jouannault@orange.fr or 01 42 78 52 61.

Fromagerie Beillevaire (77, rue Saint Antoine) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Wine Shops

Divvino Marais (16, rue Elzévir) is open Tuesday-Friday 5pm-8pm and Saturday 2pm-8pm for takeway. It is also offering delivery.

L’Etiquette (10, rue Jean du Bellay) is open Wednesday-Sunday noon-7pm.

Le Mary Celeste (1, rue des Commines) is selling cases of natural wine hand-picked by the restaurant team at cellar prices. Order online for pickup Friday & Saturday 11am-3pm or delivery Monday, Wednesday, & Friday.

Chez Monsieur Henri (8, rue de Picardie) is selling wine to go Monday-Saturday 4-8pm.

Specialty Shops

Maison Plisson (93, boulevard Beaumarchais) is delivering specialty groceries throughout Paris including cheese, meat, coffee, and produce. You can also place an order and come pick it up Monday-Friday 10am-5pm.

Mmmozza (57, rue de Bretagne) is remaining open for to go sales Monday-Saturday from 10am-4pm.

Eataly (37, rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie) is open for pickup and delivery seven days a week from 11:30am to 7:30pm.

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Maison Vérot (38, rue de Bretagne) is open Tuesday-Sunday at its normal hours.

Christophe Michalak (16, rue de la Verrerie) is offering delivery of pastry boxes. His Marais shop is open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-1pm, 2-6pm.

Pierre Hermé (4, rue de Bretagne; 18, rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Latin Quarter (75005)

Restaurants

Le Bel Ordinaire Rive Gauche (5, rue de Bazeilles) is open for delivery and pickup. Tuesday-Saturday (menu of the week shared Monday morning, 24€ for 3 courses; apéro box 69€ for three people); order online the day before.

Bête Noire (58, rue Henri Barbusse) is open 10am-4pm for takeaway. Order ahead by phone (0615227361); menu posted on Instagram.

Alliance (5, rue de Poissy) is preparing lunch and dinner for takeaway Thursday-Sunday. Order online 24 hours in advance; pickup between 11:30am and 1:30pm for lunch, 5:30-7pm for dinner.

Bakeries

La Parisienne (28, rue Monge; 52, boulevard Saint-Germain) is keeping its Paris bakeries open from 7am to 2pm.

Le Boulanger de la Tour (2, rue du Cardinal Lemoine) is open daily and is also delivering bread, viennoiseries, pastry, and more. Order online.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (118, rue de Mouffetard) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Androuet (134, rue Mouffetard, 01 45 87 85 05) is keeping all of its shops open with modified hours. It is recommended that customers call in advance to check the opening hours of their specific shop (see above for this location’s phone number). It has also put a call&collect system in place, where customers place their order and pay via phone to reduce contact at the shops.

Wine Shops

Le Vin qui Parle (64, boulevard Saint-Germain) is open Monday 3-8:30pm; Tuesday-Friday & Sunday 10am-2pm, 3-8:30pm; Saturday 10am-8:30pm.

Gargantua (45, rue Lacépède) is open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-8pm. Order by e-mail (contact.gargantua@gmail.com) or by phone (07 87 58 33 00).

Beer Shops

Bières Cultes (44, rue des Boulangers) is keeping all three of its cellars open.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Carl Marletti (51, rue Censier) is open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm. Sunday 10am-1pm.


St-Germain (75006)

Restaurants

Pierre Sang Express (12, rue Notre-Dame des Champs) is delivering bibimbap (meat, fish, and vegetarian) via UberEats and Deliveroo. Meals are also available for takeaway.

Bakeries

Poilane (8, rue du Cherche-Midi) remains open Monday-Saturday 8am-3pm. It also offers delivery throughout Paris.

La Parisienne (48, rue Madame) is keeping its Parisian bakeries open.

Ten Belles (53, rue du Cherche-Midi) is selling whole sourdough loaves, coffee beans, flour, and pre-packaged baked goods for takeaway Tuesday-Saturday from 9am to 5:30pm.

Wine Shops

Augustin Marchand d’Vins (26, rue des Grands Augustins) is open Tuesday-Saturday from 5pm-8pm for takeaway only. The shop is selling organic and natural wines as well as a few prepared products like saucisson, terrine, rillettes, and canned sardines.

La Dernière Goutte (6, rue Bourbon le Chateau) is remaining open every day from 10am-noon and 4-6pm.

Specialty Shops

La Grande Epicerie (38, rue de Sèvres) is remaining open Monday-Saturday from 10am-7pm. Closed Sunday.

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Maison Vérot (3, rue Notre-Dame des Champs) is open at its normal hours.

Christophe Michalak (8, rue du Vieux Colombier) is offering delivery of pastry boxes. His Saint-Germain shop is open Friday-Tuesday 10am-1pm, 2-6pm.

Pierre Hermé (72, rue Bonaparte) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Invalides & Eiffel Tower (75007)

Restaurants

Chez L’Ami Jean (27, rue Malar) is preparing meals until 6pm Tuesday-Saturday. Order online for next-day pickup.

Tomy & Co (22, rue Surcouf) is preparing and delivering meal baskets (36€ for three courses). Order via Deliveroo or by phone (0615851975). Limited quantities available each week.

Zia (22, avenue de Tourville) is open for takeaway Friday-Sunday 10am-2pm. Order online at least two days in advance.

Bakeries

Des Gateaux et du Pain (89, rue du Bac) is open Monday & Wednesday-Friday 10am-7pm. Saturday 10am-7pm. Sunday 10am-2pm. It is also offering deliveries via its website (9.50€ delivery fee).

Eric Kayser (18, rue du Bac) is open. The bakery is also offering bike delivery throughout Paris for 10€ (free for orders over 50€).

Nelly Julien (85, rue Saint-Dominique) is remaining open Monday-Saturday 6:30am-3pm.

Cheese Shops

Androuet (37, rue de Verneuil, 01 42 61 97 55) is keeping all of its shops open with modified hours. It is recommended that customers call in advance to check the opening hours of their specific shop (see above for this location’s phone number). It has also put a call&collect system in place, where customers place their order and pay via phone to reduce contact at the shops.

Marie-Anne Cantin (12, rue du Champs de Mars) is remaining open Tuesday-Saturday from 8:30am-6pm. It is also offering delivery via its website.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Café Constant (139, rue Saint-Dominique) has created a special, ever-changing 22€ to-go menu. Order online, then pick up the three-course meal at the 7th arrondissement restaurant.

Arnaud Nicolas (46, avenue de la Bourdonnais) is not only selling its award-winning charcuterie. The team is also preparing an ever-changing list of to go dishes available Tuesday-Sunday. Pickup or delivery.


Champs-Elysées (75008)

Specialty Shops

Pierre Hermé (89, boulevard Malesherbes; 133, avenue des Champs-Elysées; 86, avenue des Champs-Elysées) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.

Pigalle & Grands Boulevards (75009)

Restaurants

Pastore (26, rue Bergère) is open Thursday-Saturday for takeaway (5-6:30pm) and delivery (6:30-8:30pm). Menu online. Order via email (info@pastore.paris). 8€ delivery charge.

Faggio (72, rue de Rochechouart) is open every day noon to 2pm, 7-10pm. Place orders by phone at 01 40 37 44 02. Menu available via Instagram.

El Nopal (5, rue Dupérre) is open for takeaway or delivery via UberEats Tuesday-Sunday noon-9pm. Order online.

Pompette (15, rue Hippolyte Lebas) is offering dishes and wines at retail prices for pickup and delivery Tuesday-Saturday 5-9pm. Menu available online.

Cuisine (50, rue Condorcet) is open for takeaway Monday-Friday 5-8pm.

Bakeries

Arnaud Delmontel (39, rue des Martyrs) is open 7 days a week from 7:30am-7pm.

Mamiche (45, rue Condorcet) is open and selling bread, viennoiseries, and cakes Tuesday-Friday 8am to 8pm, Saturday 8am-7pm.

Babka Zana (65, rue Condorcet) is open Wednesday-Sunday 8:30am-6pm. Ssunday 8:30am-1:30pm. Delivery also available via Epicery.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (48, rue des Martyrs) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Fromagerie Beaufils (20, rue Cadet) is open Monday-Saturday 9:30am-5pm.

Crèmerie Frescolet (42, rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle) is open Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-6pm. It is also offering free delivery (call 09 82 32 27 17).

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Faggio Salumeria (72, rue de Rochechouart) is selling Italian products Monday-Saturday 3-7pm.

Fou de Pâtisserie (36, rue des Martyrs) is delivering pastry throughout Paris and shipping chocolates and canned goods. You can also order products for pickup at either of the Parisian shops Wednesday-Sunday 10am-6pm. Order online.

Pierre Hermé (40, boulevard Haussmann; 35, boulevard Haussmann) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Canal St-Martin (75010)

Restaurants

El Nopal (3, rue Eugène Varlin) is open for takeaway or delivery via UberEats Tuesday-Sunday noon-9pm. Order online.

Le Verre Volé (67, rue de Lancry) is open for takeaway Tuesday-Saturday 4-8pm.

Bakeries

Du Pain et des Idées (34, rue Yves Toudic) is remaining open Monday-Friday from 7:30am-2:30pm. Customers can place their orders online to facilitate pickup.

Sain Boulangerie (15, rue Marie et Louise) is selling organic bread and viennoiseries Tuesday-Saturday 7:30am-1:30pm, 4:30-6:30pm & Sunday 8am-1pm. It is also now a dropoff point for flowers from Vertical Fleuriste. Order your bouquet of local, seasonal flowers (25€ or 40€) at contact@vertical-fleuriste.com or 0147007880 (Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm).

Ten Belles (10, rue de la Grange aux Belles) is selling whole sourdough loaves, coffee beans, flour, and pre-packaged baked goods for takeaway Tuesday-Saturday from 9am to 5:30pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (215, rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Paroles de Fromagers (41, rue Faubourg du Temple) is remaining open Monday from 4pm-7pm, Tuesday-Saturday from 2pm-7pm, and Saturday from 9am-7pm. They have upped their selection of other grocery items including fresh and non-perishable food. Call 01 48 03 98 18 to order ahead for quick pickup with less possibility of contact with others.

Wine Shops

La Cave à Michel (36 Rue Sainte-Marthe) is selling wine and meals to go Wednesday-Sunday 2-8pm.

Specialty Shops

Pouliche (11, rue d’Enghien) is usually a restaurant, but during confinement, it has become a one-stop shop for 15€ baskets of mixed market produce. Open Monday-Saturday from 10am-4pm.

Les Résistants (16-18 Rue du Château d’Eau) is working with its small producers to make baskets for home cooks during quarantine. Order your basket online from Friday 1pm to Sunday 8pm, and pick it up Wednesday between 9:30am and noon.

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Sol Semilla (23, rue des Vinaigriers) is open Wednesday-Saturday noon-8pm.

Christophe Michalak (60, rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière) is offering delivery of pastry boxes. His Faubourg-Poissonnière shop is open Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-1pm, 2-6pm.


Bastille, République & Voltaire (75011)

Restaurants

Osteria Ferrara (7 Rue du Dahomey) is preparing meals for pickup only Thursday-Sunday from 4-8:30pm. Order via email (osteriaferrarachezvous@yahoo.com). Menus available via Instagram.

Le Saint-Sébastien (42, rue Saint Sébastien) is offering a limited menu for takeaway Thursday-Saturday. Order via email at least 24h in advance (lesaintsebastienparis@gmail.com) and pick up at the restaurant from 4pm.

Pierre Sang Express (8, rue Gambey) is delivering bibimbap (meat, fish, and vegetarian) via UberEats and Deliveroo. Meals are also available for takeaway.

The Hood (80, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011) is selling specialty coffee and dishes like whole poached chicken, laksa, rendang, chicken rice, and pandan chiffon cake via takeaway and delivery Thursday-Sunday noon to 10pm. The restaurant has also manufactured a range of condiments like chai syrup, ginger/turmeric syrup, sriracha, and ginger-garlic paste.

Double Dragon (52, rue Saint-Maur) is open every day for takeout and delivery.

Aux Bons Crus (54, rue Godefroy Cavaignac) has launched “le drive-in des routiers” with a selection of comfort food dishes available to go. Menu online; order by phone (0145672113).

Mokonuts and Mokoloco (74, rue de Charonne) have launched a hybrid (dubbed Lokonuts) boasting a lunchtime menu of sandwiches, salads, baked goods, and house-made drinks and an evening menu of plated dishes. Pickup or delivery options (for arrondissements 1-4, 10-12, and 20). Order online (for evening, order before 6pm the day before.)

Le Cave (129, avenue Parmentier) is remaining open daily 2-6pm. Chef Iñaki Aizpitarte (le Chateaubriand, le Dauphin) is also preparing a selection of takeaway dishes for sale.

Goguette (108, rue Amelot) is open Monday-Friday for takeaway purchase of food, wine, and spirits.

Bakeries

Utopie (20, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud) has reduced the number of people working in its bakery but continues to sell its bread, viennoiseries, and pastries from 7am to 3pm every day except Monday and Thursday.

Chambelland (14, rue Ternaux) is selling its organic, gluten-free breads to go as well as by bike messenger. Deliveries go to the Right Bank Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and the Left Bank Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. To order, choose your products from the second image in this Instagram post and send an email 24 hours in advance to commande@chambelland.com.

Terroirs d’Avenir Bakery (5, rue Paul Bert) is keeping both of its bakeries open. The 11th arrondissement bakery is open Friday-Tuesday from 8am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

Broken Biscuits (13, avenue du Parmentier) is open on Fridays 10am-1pm for pickup orders. Order in advance online.

Ten Belles Bread (17, rue Breguet) is selling whole sourdough loaves, coffee beans, flour, and pre-packaged baked goods for takeaway Tuesday-Saturday from 9am to 5:30pm.

Benoit Castel (72, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud) is open Wednesday-Sunday from 8am-3pm. He has also launched an e-shop. Order the night before for delivery 3-6pm.

Cheese Shops

Terroirs d’Avenir (84, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud) is keeping its 11th arrondissement cheesemonger and grocery shop open from 10am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

Fromagerie Goncourt (1, rue Abel Rabaud) is open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-1pm and 3-6pm. Order in advance via Facebook, Instagram, or email (lafromageriegoncourt@gmail.com).

Wine Shops

Yard Mont-Louis (6, rue de Mont-Louis) is open every day from 9:30am to 2pm and 3pm to 7:30pm as a take-away counter for groceries and natural wines (full list here). Minimum purchase of €40; payment by credit card only.

Le Verre Volé Cave (38, rue Oberkampf) is open Friday & Saturday from 5-7:30pm.

Le Vin qui Parle (30, rue Faidherbe) is remaining open. Monday 3-8:30pm. Tuesday-Friday & Sunday 10am-2pm, 3-8:30pm. Saturday 10am-8:30pm.

Divvino (163, boulevard Voltaire) is open Tuesday-Friday 5pm-8pm and Saturday 2pm-8pm for takeaway and delivery.

Septime La Cave (3, rue Basfroi) is open from 11am to 5pm every day for takeaway only.

La Cave du Daron (140, avenue Parmentier) is open every day from 2pm to 6pm. Order by phone (0637673048) or email (lacavedudaron@gmail.com) to have your order prepared in advance.

Au Nouveau Nez (114, rue Saint-Maur) is remaining open by appointment only or for delivery (6 bottle or 60€ minimum). Email uva.cavistes@gmail.com.

La Chambre Noire (137, rue Saint Maur) is open Tuesday-Friday 2-6pm for takeaway. Free delivery in eastern Paris.

Le P’Tit Pinard (18, rue Saint Ambroise) is selling wine for takeaway Tuesday-Saturday 4:30-8pm.

Beer Shops

Hop Malt Market (79, rue Saint-Maur) is opening by appointment only for those placing orders of at least 50€. Place orders via Facebook message.

Specialty Shops

Terroirs d’Avenir (84, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud) is keeping its 11th arrondissement charcutier and traiteur open from 10am to 4pm. It is severely restricting the number of people allowed in the shops at any given time.

Le Verre Volé Epicerie (54, rue Folie-Méricourt) is open from Tuesday- Saturday, 9:30am-2:30pm.

Le Zingham (5 rue du Chemin Vert; 51 rue de la Fontaine au Roi) is keeping both of its shops open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-8pm. It is also offering delivery of organic produce baskets (40€ large; 25€ small).

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Roots (47, rue Léon Frot) is open Tuesday-Friday 11am-9pm. Saturday 10am-9pm. Sunday 10am-2pm. It is also offering delivery Tuesday-Saturday afternoons; order via email (roots.epicerie@gmail.com). 8€ for deliveries under 10kg; 12€ for deliveries over 10kg.

Retro Bottega (12, rue Saint-Bernard) is selling Italian organic, biodynamic, and natural wines as well as an assortment of Italian specialty goods Monday-Saturday 3-8pm.


Aligre & Nation (75012)

Restaurants

Passerini (65, rue Traversière) is open for takeaway and delivery. The online shop offers both cooked dishes and Italian pantry staples from Pastificio Passerini. Order before 6pm the night before for pickup 4:30-6:30pm or delivery 4:30-7:30pm.

Table (3, rue de Prague) is open for takeaway. Several set menus that change according to product availability are available ranging from 100€ to 240€ for two people. Wine pairings available. Order online for pickup between noon and 5pm or delivery (+10€).

Bakeries

Boulangerie Bo (85 bis, rue de Charenton) is remaining open.

La Parisienne (12, rue Cadet; 21, rue de Lyon) is keeping its Parisian bakeries open.

Blé Sucré (7, rue Antoine Vollon) is open Tuesday-Saturday 7am-2pm and 4-7pm, Sunday 7am-1:30pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (1, rue Marsoulan; 73, avenue du Général Michel Bizot) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Wine Shops

Les Caves de Prague (8, rue de Prague) is open Monday-Saturday 3:30-7:30pm. Call 01 72 68 07 36 to place an order in advance. You can also make an appointment via Facebook.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.


Chinatown & Place d’Italie (75013)

Bakeries

Maison M’seddi (171, rue de Tolbiac; 202, rue de Tolbiac) is keeping all of its bakeries open Monday-Saturday 7am to 7pm.

Laurent Duchêne (2, rue Wurtz) is remaining open Monday-Saturday 8:30am-5pm. Ordering online is currently suspended, but you can place your orders by phone from a selection of products here.

Beer Shops

Biérocratie (32, rue de l’Espérance) is remaining open Tuesday & Thursday-Saturday 11am-8pm, Wednesday 4pm-8pm.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.


Montparnasse (75014)

Restaurants

La Cantine du Troquet Pernety (101, rue de l’Ouest) is preparing a daily, three-course menu (22€) for pickup. Check the menu du jour on Instagram and reserve by phone (06 61 20 92 86) for pickup Saturday 9am-3pm.

Bakeries

La Parisienne (19, rue d’Odessa) is keeping its Parisian bakeries open from 7am to 2pm.

Maison M’seddi (215, boulevard Raspail) is keeping all of its bakeries open Monday-Saturday 7am to 7pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (86, rue Raymond Losserand; 8, rue Delambre) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Fromagerie Beaufils (100, rue Raymond Losserand) is open Monday-Saturday 9:30am-4pm.

Wine Shops

La Cave des Papilles (35, rue Daguerre) is open and delivering wine throughout Paris. Order online to facilitate pickup, or choose on-site.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.


Grenelle & Parc André Citroën (75015)

Restaurants

La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix (53, boulevard de Grenelle) is preparing a daily, three-course menu (22€) for pickup. Check the menu du jour on Instagram and reserve by phone (01 45 75 98 00) for pickup Saturday 9am-3pm.

Bakeries

Poilane (49, boulevard de Grenelle) remains open. It also offers delivery throughout Paris.

Pottier (231, rue de Vaugirard) is remaining open Tuesday-Saturday 6:30am-1:30pm, 3-7pm. Sunday 6:30am-1pm.

Des Gateaux et du Pain (63, boulevard Pasteur) is open Monday & Wednesday-Friday 10am-7pm. Saturday 9am-7pm. Sunday 9am-2pm. It is also offering deliveries via its website (9.50€ delivery fee).

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (133, rue Saint-Charles) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

La Ferme du Hameau (223, rue de la Croix Nivert) is open.

Androuet (93, rue de Cambronne, 01 47 83 32 05) is keeping all of its shops open with modified hours. It is recommended that customers call in advance to check the opening hours of their specific shop (see above for this location’s phone number). It has also put a call&collect system in place, where customers place their order and pay via phone to reduce contact at the shops.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Laurent Duchêne (238, rue de la Convention) is open. Ordering online is currently suspended, but you can place your orders by phone from a selection of products here.

Maison Vérot (7, rue Lecourbe) is open.

Pierre Hermé (185, rue de Vaugirard) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Trocadéro & Bois de Boulogne (75016)

Restaurants

Mamie (35, bis rue Jean de la Fontaine, 75016) is preparing meals in reusable glass jars for pickup or delivery Tuesday-Saturday 6-6:30pm. Menus change each week, and a vegetarian option is available (49€ per person; 45€ vegetarian). Order online. 10€ delivery charge.

Bakeries

Philippe Conticini (42, rue de l’Annonciation, 75016) is open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 9am-2pm. It is also delivering pastry and baked goods via its e-shop.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (213, bis avenue de Versailles) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Androuet (17, rue des Belles Feuilles, 01 45 05 11 77) is keeping all of its shops open with modified hours that change frequently. It is recommended that customers call in advance to check the opening hours of their specific shop (see above for this location’s phone number). It has also put a call&collect system in place, where customers place their order and pay via phone to reduce contact at the shops.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Pierre Hermé (58, avenue Paul Doumer) is open. The pâtissier is delivering within 48 hours throughout France (free shipping from 65€). He has also opened several of his Paris shops; see website for most up-to-date opening hours.


Arc de Triomphe & Batignolles (75017)

Bakeries

Arnaud Delmontel (25, rue de Levis) is open 7 days a week from 7:30am-7pm.

Les Saveurs de Wagram (169, avenue de Wagram) remains open every day except Wednesday from 6:30am-8pm.

Boulangerie Alexine (109, avenue de Saint-Ouen) is remaining open Monday-Saturday 6:45am-8:15pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (47, rue des Moines) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Androuet (23, rue de la Terrasse, 01 47 64 39 20) is keeping all of its shops open with modified hours. It is recommended that customers call in advance to check the opening hours of their specific shop (see above for this location’s phone number). It has also put a call&collect system in place, where customers place their order and pay via phone to reduce contact at the shops.

Alléosse (13, rue Poncelet) is open. Place orders by phone (01 46 22 50 45) or email (caves@alleosse.fr) a day in advance to reduce contact in the store.

Wine Shops

Gare au Gorille (68, rue des Dames) is selling wine to go Thursday from 12-6pm. Delivery Friday (minimum 120€). List available online.

Beer Shops

Bières Cultes (25, rue Legendre) is keeping all three of its cellars open.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.


Montmartre (75018)

Bakeries

B.O.U.L.O.M. (181, rue Ordener) is open seven days a week with reduced offerings and for takeaway only. The team has made the incredibly generous decision to offer bread, viennoiseries, and hot meals to medical personnel for free.

Boulangerie Alexine (40, rue Lepic) is remaining open Monday-Saturday 6:45am-8:15pm.

Le Grenier à Pain (38, rue des Abbesses) is remaining open as usual Thursday-Monday.

La Parisienne (12, rue Coustou) is keeping its Parisian bakeries open from 7am to 2pm.

Atelier P1 (157, rue Marcadet) is selling a variety of organic breads, babka, and viennoiseries Wednesday-Sunday from 9am-6pm. Payment by contactless credit card only.

Gilles Marchal (9, rue Ravignan) is open Wednesday-Sunday 8:30am-1pm, 2-5:30pm.

Wine Shops

La Cave des Abbesses (43, rue des Abbesses) is remaining open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-1:30pm & 3:30-7pm; Sunday 10am-2pm.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.


Buttes-Chaumont, Belleville & Ménilmontant (75019 & 75020)

Restaurants

Quedubon (22, rue du Plateau) has an ever-changing menu of dishes available for takeaway. See Instagram for the latest offerings; order by phone (0640599057).

Bakeries

Poilane (83, rue de Crimée) remains open. It also offers delivery throughout Paris.

Benoit Castel (150, rue de Ménilmontant; 11 rue Sorbier) is open Wednesday-Sunday from 8am-3pm. He has also launched an e-shop. Order the night before for delivery 3-6pm.

Le Petit Grain Belleville (7, rue Denoyez) is open Wednesday-Sunday, 10am-6pm.

Cheese Shops

Fromagerie Beillevaire (140, rue de Belleville) is keeping all of its shops open at their regular times. You can also order online for delivery. The cheese shop has also created an order form allowing you to order baskets and pick them up at your selected shop. Closed Monday.

Fromagerie Beaufils (118, rue de Belleville) is open Monday-Saturday 9am-4pm.

Specialty Shops

La Ruche Qui Dit Oui (multiple locations throughout Paris) is a unique concept uniting local producers of meat, bread, cheese, produce, and other items. Deliveries are placed a few days in advance online and picked up in a two-hour window in your neighborhood. Many outposts of these cooperatives are still running; check online for your closest ruche’s location and pickup day.

Did we miss a shop that’s serving your neighborhood? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments (or email parisbymouth@gmail.com) so that we can spread the word!

One Reply to “Who’s Serving Paris During the Lockdown?”

  1. Bombolò at 90 boulevard Voltaire in the 11th is also open with takeaway pizzas, pastas and Italian cheeses, etc. You can call ahead with your order as well.

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