Skip to content
Showing you results for "Village Montorgueil, Rue Greneta, Paris"

Best things to do in Paris

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

French Restaurant
$$$
“Lively market with nice terrasse to have a drink and enjoy Parisian life style ”
238local recommendations
Route
“Lined with restaurants, bistros, cafés, bars, bakeries, stores (fish, cheese shops, wine, fruits and vegetables) shops, rue Montorgueil is one of the famous places in Paris, where Parisians like to have a drink after work”
151local recommendations
Cocktail Bar
$$$
“There are many options of bars in the neighbourhood. This is a good option for cocktail lovers. It has a nice ambiance and a good crowd. ”
128local recommendations
Pastry Shop
$$$
“Meilleure pâtisserie. C'est également la plus ancienne pâtisserie de Paris ! Best and oldest bakery in Paris!”
127local recommendations
Historic Site
“The Grand-Cerf covered arcade was created in 1825, not far from Turbigo (Montorgueil district). It is almost 12 m tall, making it one of the largest covered arcades in Paris. It is made of metal and wrought iron with a beautiful glass roof allowing light to shine through it. Visitors can stroll through it and discover the pretty shops selling handmade jewellery, furniture and and fashion. And amateurs will discover edgy shops selling kitting items, lighting, and many other items. It is also accessible via Rue Dussoubs. A must-see typically Parisian covered arcade!”
52local recommendations
Burger Joint
$$
“Very famous, best french burger in France, Evrything is prepared and cooked on place each day : die-cut and peeled each morning french fries, homemade sauces, chopped french meat (french cow race charolaise), secret and special reciped for bread which is coming from franch bkery each mroning, .... I advise to take the formula with the bartholomé hamburgé with rare baking. Music is 80's. Servers are nice and funny => For lunching or dining, take away too (often full)”
56local recommendations
French Restaurant
$$
“This restaurant bar is located in one of the most picturesque and lively streets of the district”
34local recommendations
Bakery
$$
“For breakfast or late brunch with friends. Just around the corner! Don't miss the hazelnut chocolate spread (Belgian chocolate) :o) 2min walking distance”
35local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
$$
“Small & nice Trattoria with genuine italian Pasta. I went there with a friend of Roma who recommended it to me. So if you're in a mood of enjoying a kind of "Dolce vita" in the middle of Paris...”
18local recommendations
Cheese Shop
$$
“Have you tried the 365+ cheese sorts that are produced in France?! You can have here a very good choice of quality cheese at a good price. 5min walking distance”
29local recommendations
Pizza Place
$$
“Another good spot for pizza lovers. In the summer you can have a table outside. It is a crowded place so better book a table in advance. ”
22local recommendations
Bistro
$$
“On a wonderful semi pedestrian street to watch the world go by. Be outside summer and winter (great heaters). ”
17local recommendations
French Restaurant
$$$
“With its small pedestrian cobblestone streets, the Montorgueil district has lots of charm. The main artery, Rue Montorgueil, is lined with local food shops, bars and restaurants as well as trendy clothing shops. In the early morning, delivery trucks and a bustling atmosphere reflect the Paris of yesteryear. In the streets parallel to Rue Montorgueuil, new restaurants, cocktail bars and bobo shops have opened, notably in Rue Saint-Sauveur, Rue Bachaumont, Rue Greneta, Rue Mandar and in the Passage du Grand Cerf. Walking through the neighborhood of Montorgueil (2nd arrondissement), it is above all dive into the old and rich history of Les Halles, huge market that fed Paris and the Parisians for 8 centuries before leaving permanently to Rungis in 1969 . Inseparable from les Halles, “Montorgueil” grew in accordance with the successive transformations of the market, making this area both a popular and modern district, atmosphere that you can still feel today. This walk will take you so into the history of this neighborhood, one of the oldest in Paris, exploring its various developments. You’ll also enjoy the currently pleasant atmosphere of pedestrian village full of shops and restaurants.”
12local recommendations
Cocktail Bar
$$
“Very nice cocktails (from 8 euros all night), nice music & very friendly staff !”
8local recommendations
Italian Restaurant
$$
“Family runned italian trattoria. tiny and friendly, incredible simple italian food.”
14local recommendations
Hotel
“A pedestrian area brimming with shops, cafe and restaurants, where parisian tend to meet to shop or have a chat. I would recommend the restaurant L'Escargot, with typical French homemade food.”
14local recommendations