- Stéphanie Roger
“We selected some of our favourite places close to our 38 rue du Mont Thabor store. Restaurants, fashion or lifestyle brands, discover the places we love most in the neighborhood."
The house is well-known for its handcrafted ceramic pieces. But Astier de Villatte also creates scented candles, furniture and stationery. Stop at the store and you will end up purchasing at least one pretty objects for your dining room.
ASTIER DE VILLATTE
173 rue Saint-Honoré
+33 (0)1 42 60 74 13
A beautiful and good Japanese restaurant of the chef Kaito Hori. Authentic ramen to discover urgently!
29, rue d’Argenteuil
+33 (0)1 43 43 23 98
Nothing like a fresh fruit juice to give a boost during the day. Behind Maisie Café hide Isabella Capece and her companion Xavier Barroux, two travelers with a fast-paced rhythm of life. It was precisely during a trip to New-York a few years ago that they discovered the juice press and that the idea of exporting the concept to Paris came to their mind. A few years later, it is done and Maisie is now the favorite break of all the district’s fashionistas ! We love their organic, ethical approach and chew in their gluten-free sandwich made with Chambelland's delicious breads.
32 rue du Mont Thabor
+33 (0)1 40 39 99 16
Located right in front of our shop, DA ROSA JR. opened its doors in 2012 after conquering the rue de Seine in the 6th arrondissement. The restaurant has revisited the concept of the grocery-canteen by offering dishes of Iberian influence. In a warm decor, we like to share a good time and tapas around a traditional bistro table while enjoying the terrace. Perfect for a drink during the long summer evenings.
DA ROSA JR.
19 bis rue du Mont Thabor
+33 (0)1 77 37 37 87
Toraya is a maker of wagashi (traditional Japanese confections), which was founded in the early 16th century in Kyoto. At present, Toraya has three factories and approximately 80 shops throughout Japan, in addition to a boutique in Paris.
10 rue Saint Florentin
+33 (0)1 42 60 13 00
Located near the Place du Marché Saint-Honoré, Café Nuances is a unique place, decorated by the architect Julien Sebban. To discover while tasting a specialty coffee roasted in Paris.
25 rue Danielle Casanova