Cafes in Paris, France
Cafés in the 1st Arrondissement
Le Zinc d’Honoré - A classic sidewalk café - 36 Place du Marche St-Honoré, 1e.
Café 221 – Located in a hotel on the Rue St. Honore, this café is a nice place to stop in for a shopping break. The snacks provided with the drinks come in both salty (mixed nuts) and sweet (dark chocolate, yum!) - 221 rue St. Honore, 1e.
Cafés in the 5th Arrondissement
Les Fontaines - Traditional French food by the Luxenbourg Gardens - 9 rue Soufflot, 5e.
La Fourmi Aile - Literary café and restaurant with a fireplace for those cooler days and nights. - 8 rue de Fouarre, 5e.
Cafés in the 6th Arrondissement
La Palette - A nice place for a café break in St Germain. - 43 rue de Seine, 6e.
Bar du Marche - Funky café by the Buci Market. - 75 rue de Seine, 6e.
Café de la Maire- At this café, facing the church on Place St.Sulpice, consider the gruff waitstaff part of the charm. Turkish toilet alert - 8 Place St. Sulpice, 6e.
Cafés in the 8th Arrondissement
The Berkley - Think High Tea in a private library. An upscale café off the Champs Élyssés with a non-smoking section. The entrees are expensive, but it's a great stop for a drink and light snack before starting the walk up to the Arc du Triomphe - 7 avenue Matignon, 8e.
Cafés in the 9th Arrondissement
Café Flo - This reasonably priced café, set beneath the stained glass dome on the 6th floor of Printemps de la Mode, is a lovely (and convenient) place for a shopping break - 64 blvd Haussmann, 9e.
Cafés in the 11th Arrondissement
Café de L'Industrie - Day or Night, this café serves up reliable food with a side of people watching in a cool atmosphere - 16 rue St-Sabin, 11e.
Cafés in the 17th Arrondissement
Dans le Sud Ouest - It's all about the foie gras at this little café by the Arc du Triomphe. - 8, rue Gustave Flaubert, 17e.
Author: Cheryl Montgomery