Get inspired by the interior design, splurge on drinks or eat a homemade quality meal with our list of the best new restaurants, coffee shops, bars and concept shops currently trending in Paris. Don’t be the last to know!
Written by Gabriela Martinez-Campos
The 50s served as inspiration for the new coffee-record located across the street from Grand Amour hotel. Help yourself to coffee, tea, pastries or snacks while browsing the vinyl collection available for sale, or borrow a player with headphones and listen to a wide range of records. If you are out at night, Rupture becomes “Petit Amour”, an intimate bar with a nice little scene.
3 Rue de la Fidélité, 75010 Paris
Little Mana, mom in Greek, by Chef Nadia Michaud brings a Mediterranean flare to the streets of Paris. The menu made up of small shareable dishes that are accompanied with warm pita bread or soft homemade focaccia. You can drink a range of french and foreign organic wines that are also all for sale in their wine cellar underneath the restaurant.
72 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010 Paris
+33 1 42 46 30 53
In the heart of the Goutte d’Or, long time friends Julia Mahler and Alice Schneider, have reinvented the traditional bookshop cafe by promoting independent creators and writers. This Parisian area is so often overlooked but contains vibrant streets reminiscent of areas you would find in other parts of the world. The bookshop is home to a diverse roster of international authors and an extremely large children’s book section. La Régulière offers a calm environment to stop, eat, and enjoy a culture experience stories from aroudn the world.
43 Rue Myrha, 75018 Paris
+33 9 83 43 40 69
An unique approach to french cuisine, the Resistants, is a project by 3 friends that traveled around France to find the best products and french treasures. Unlike the classic restaurant, customers can expect exceptional products at an affordable price. The Chef serves a simple kitchen that is both generous and tasteful.
16-18 Rue du Château d’Eau, 75010 Paris
+33 1 42 06 43 74
A few steps from the Invalides, the Parisian speakeasy bar, Le Fitzgerald, presents traditional cocktails with a twist fit for the times. One drink you must try is the Zelda Martini, named after the uber talented Zelda Fitzgerald. Stuck behind a beautiful padded door of the bistro, bearing the same name, the secret bar promises beautiful surprises. The decor is intimate and cozy, yet fit for the bourgeoisie of the Gatsby era.
54 Boulevard de la Tour-Maubourg, 75007 Paris
+33 1 45 50 38 63
Welcome Bio Bazaar
Welcome Bio has made its mark on Rue Boulle with its three storefronts – La Cuisine, Le Magasin and Bazaar – bound to have any “Parisian hipster go weak at the knees.” The Bazaar is an inviting concept store designed as a large apartment and stocked with sustainable goodies for all ages including tableware, plants, decorations, and anything necessary to decorate eco-conscious urban digs.
10 Rue Boulle, 75011 Paris
+33 1 43 57 98 49
Sit down for coffee and a small yet delicious snack in this new-wave florist on the trendy street of Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis. Beautiful bouquets are made adn sold on site. Feel at ease and take a break from daily routines or travels. It is the perfect setting to feel the earthy mood, yet indulge in a delicious treat.
81 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris