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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Farmers Market
“Have a wine or a bite in this typically Parisian covered market, a historic monument established in the 17th century, now surrounded by the vibrant "Marais".”
  • 574 locals recommend
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Cocktail Bar
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“Speakeasy - go at the end of the taqueria and push the door. Carefull its a very small bar!”
  • 247 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Trendy Japanese restaurant serving traditional Japanese food. Good option for lunch.”
  • 154 locals recommend
Bistro
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“An well known place in the area, a place to see and be seen. The food is decent and the atmosphere is great. ”
  • 149 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
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“Nice street with a lot of food shops, cafés and restaurants. It is nice to go there during the day to buy some food or to have a drink or a dinner there. It is considered as a very "Bo-Bo" district.”
  • 90 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Oldest inner market of Paris, amazing place to shop fresh fruits and vegetables, and perfect for lunch as there are many open stands serving delicious food from various nationalities (Japanese, italian, french, moroccan, grill, lebanese...).”
  • 99 locals recommend
Brasserie
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“Great location in the Marais often frequented by celebs and fashion people. Good price for French food.”
  • 108 locals recommend
Speakeasy
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“Very unique bar. Usually there's a long line, but if you are lucky it's a very nice place for strange unique cocktails.”
  • 62 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“ The oldest food market in Paris! You can buy fresh vegetables, wonderful cheeses, fish, flowers... You can also have a cheap and friendly lunch in one of the market restaurants (Italian, my favorite, Lebanese, Japanese, Vegetarian...)”
  • 43 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Café and restaurant- great for brunch on the weekend, ideal for special needs, vegan, dairyfree, glutenfree...”
  • 54 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The covered market of the Enfants Rouges, created in 1615, is the oldest food market of the capital, close to the rue de Bretagne. In a friendly and good-natured atmosphere, we improvise a lunch break at the Italian grocery store, the organic stand, the Lebanese caterer or the Japanese snack bar. On Sunday, brunch lovers rush to the Estaminet, a restaurant nestled in the heart of the market, or La Petite Fabrique.”
  • 20 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Open Tuesday to Sunday morning : 8.30am – 7.30pm Wonderful selection of Fresh produces but also many kinds of food vendors. There are tables on site so you can eat there or take out.”
  • 26 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Good French food and nice, warn atmosphere. You can go there for a drink or to have dinner. The food is really good and creative.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Bakery
“Very close bakery, nice baguette when hot, good "pain drakar" (black bread), pastry ok, 2 min walk from home”
  • 22 locals recommend
Gluten-free Restaurant
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“100% organic. Delicious selection of cold-pressed juices, nutmilks, smoothies, salads, soups, desserts, and snacks to provide a healthy alternative to the urban crowd. Wild & the Moon’s products are made out of wild, organic, local, ethically sourced and pure ingredients, using vegetables, fruits, herbs, roots, nuts, seeds and superfoods. No refined sugar, no additive or chemicals, no GMOs, no gluten, no soy, no dairy. Pure and intact.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Pastry Shop
“What can I say ? just run to this small shop and enjoy these incredible puffy cakes with so many flavours ! the vanilla one is to die for ! ”
  • 36 locals recommend