We have selected our favorite addresses in Le Marais where we have installed our second store in 2015, on 7 boulevard des Filles du calvaire, Paris 3rd. Restaurants, fashion or lifestyle brands, discover the places we love most in the neighborhood!
Alix D. Reynis is a passionate sculptor who created her brand in 2011. Sophisticated and timeless, her Limoge porcelaine objects designed and carved in her workshop are the perfect touch to dress up your interior.
14 rue Commines
We are big fans of the Big Mamma group which has settled in the Marais, for our greatest happiness, with this café that has quickly become a stapple in the neighborhood. Biglove Caffè is the perfect place to enjoy a good Italian roasted coffee accompanied by an avocado toast or delicious fresh fruits pancakes. A special mention to the fast and adorable Italian service.
30 rue Debelleyme
BONTON is a paradise for children… Clothing, toys and decoration, you will find everything you need for the little ones in an offbeat and colorful spirit. Your little one can even go to the hairdresser corner to receive a haircut while his/her big brother wait at the bookstore corner or have her/his picture taken in the vintage photomaton.
5 boulevard des Filles du Calvaire
The Boot Café keeps its cards hidden with its vintage Instagram-friendly shoemaker facade. Step inside and get yourself a coffee with bagels or cookies. Small and charming, we would stop there every morning to drink an espresso should we live closer to the place. A second shop has just opened on the left bank, rue des Grands Augustins.
19 rue du Pont aux Choux
We no longer need to introduce the Clown-Bar, the bistro installed just a few steps away from the Cirque d’Hiver. Opened in 2014, it has since become a reference for the French gastronomes and tourists that come back religiously each time they come back to Paris. Its succulent French cuisine and its original decoration make it a must-go.
114 rue Amelot
+33 (0)1 43 55 87 35
Folks and Sparrows
Rough wood, exposed stones and stylish cappuccinos make this café a reference for the Instagram generation… ON our side, we have left our phone in our handbag and enjoyed the quiet and cozy atmosphere with a very good sandwich and some coffee, obviously. Seduced by the warm atmosphere and friendliness of the staff, we came back one morning to photograph the Myrtille Beck x WHITE bIRD jewellery collection.
14 rue Saint-Sébastien
It is in the pretty rue des Tournelles that Fragments is located, a coffee shop offering snacks, cakes and delicious cappuccinos. The refined decoration, the intimate atmosphere… We feel right at home in this place. They also organize every month a vintage bikes sale!
76 rue des Tournelles
The Frankie Shop
The Frankie Shop is a fashion store that has already gathered a cult-following among New Yorkers. It has recently become the favorite shop of Parisian women looking for exclusive, affordable pieces. We love to stroll there in the hope of finding the jacket or the little top that nobody will have !
14 rue Saint-Claude
Galerie Karsten Greve
Karsten Greve was born in 1946. After studying in Cologne, Lausanne and Geneva, he began his career as an art dealer and publisher. It was in 1973 that he opened his first gallery. Karsten Greve highlighted the work of many artists such as Louise Bourgeois and Cy Twombly. We recommend you go for a walk in his Parisian gallery ! A portrait painted by Gideon Rubin, an Israeli artist, adorns the walls of our shop in Le Marais.
5 rue Debelleyme
Paperboy is the trendy place where having brunch on weekends! It’s pretty hard to choose between the delicious “Fatty” and its English burger or the “Healthy” and its boiled egg. Our favorite drink: the home-made lemonade… Arrive early because the long line on week-end can be a bummer !
137 rue Amelot
We no longer know where to look when we enter Papier Tigre, a shop that sells products for office, correspondence, gaming and decoration. At WHITE bIRD, we particularly like their notebooks with pretty colorful patterns, always near us to update our to-do list !
5 rue des Filles du Calvaire
+33 (0)1 48 04 00 21
Le Pavillon de la Reine
This charming hotel in the heart of the Marais is ideal for a romantic weekend or a quiet breakfast. Overlooking the place des Vosges, you feel in the countryside while it is actually located on the oldest place of Paris ! Special mention to the spa…
28 place des Vosges
Roseanna is a ready-to-wear brand created by Roxane Thierry and Anne-Fleur Broudehoux in 2007. The Roseanna adventure was broken off in 2016 with the opening of their very first boutique, a strong symbol for the two childhood friends. At Roseanna, we like the cuts inspired by the masculine cloakroom but especially the exclusive prints and mixtures of materials so refined. All these make the Roseanna’s touch recognizable at first glance ! A special mention to their promotion of French craftsmanship with many “Made in France” pieces.
5 rue Froissart
At Season, the cuisine follows the rhythm of the seasons, obviously, and all products are fresh. Ideal for a good and healthy meal accompanied with juices and smoothies, at all hours of the day. Special mention for their pancakes! We also love their catering service which has delighted our guests at several events.
1 rue Charles-François-Dupuis
Founded by Domitille and Angélique Brion, Soeur is a family story. The ready-to-wear brand dresses women and girls with simplicity and authenticity. Wool sweaters, leather sandals and cotton blouses… Their collections have everything we need.
12 boulevard des Filles du Calvaire