Strolling the neighborhood on a Sunday Morning is the best way to discover new places and enjoy an hour of quite before the streets are filled with people.
If you happen to find yourself in 1st arrondissement, start at Place Sainte Eustache and head to Rue Montmartre for the Sunday Market. There you have fruits & vegetables stands, fresh fish, regional cheeses, French baguette…and of course beautiful flowers.
Looking for a brunch Spot? You can try out Marcelle Restaurant for the super healthy eaters or head to Rue Montorgeuil for a more traditional brunch and people watching.
Marcelle Restaurant Contact : Tel + 33 1 40 13 04 04 Take me there : 22, rue Montmartre, 75001 Paris, France
If you fancy a trip to the seaside, journey to Belle Maison as we did. Located in the trendy 9th arrondissement, at Rue du Navarin, Franck Baranger, restaurateur from Pantruche and Caillebotte, along side Andrew Frost opened a neo-bistro for all seafood lovers alike. Emilie Bonaventure takes us into walls colored blue with geometric motifs, two floors simply decorated yet exuding an air of actuality and spontaneity. The perfect lunch spot to take my friend who is visiting from the US.
Boulots de Normandie, Moules, Huitres, Mulet noire, Saint Jacques…a Lunch Menu at 14 Euros. We ordered the grilled octopus to share, and than the fish of the day and to top it off Vanilla ice cream with kiwi and deconstructed cookies … and an espresso before heading out for a quick tour at Rue des Martyrs.
Belle Maison found the winning formula: fresh products with prices aligned to the neighborhood. Oh c’est si bon!
In the mood for : Néo-bistro, Seafood, Dinner with friends Price Range : From 14 – 50 Euros. Reservations (highly Recommended) : Tel – + 33 1 42 81 11 00 Opening Hours : From Tuesday to Saturday Lunch from 12 :30 to 14 :30pm/ Dinner from 19 :30 to 22 :30. Closed Sunday and Monday. Take me there : 4 Rue Navarin, Paris (75009), France https://www.facebook.com/restaurantbellemaison/