Quartier: Saint Germain

Lapérouse

Lapérouse is known not only for being one of the oldest restaurants in Paris but also for its incredibly romantic allure.

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Chez Gladines

Warmly lit and funkily decorated, the Parisian restaurant Chez Gladines serves French Basque cuisine amidst a lively modern atmosphere.

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Dragon

Cryil Lignac continues to expand his Left Bank empire on Rue du Dragon with his newest cocktail bar, Dragon. Just a stone’s throw from Le Bar des...

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Le Voltaire

Having a meal at Le Voltaire is something special—it’s classic Paris in the best way possible. Even when you order an espresso, it comes in a beautiful...

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Castor Club

You’d better take good note of the address, because you might easily pass by without noticing the Castor Club door, tucked in this quiet, crooked...

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Buly 1803

Welcome to a beauty emporium that will transport you to another era. L’Officine Universelle Buly, originating in 1803, has been brought back to life...

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Café de Flore

Café de Flore is one of two legendary Parisian cafés in Saint-Germain (the other being its rival, Les Deux Magots, just across the street). As one...

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Ralph’s

Large umbrellas shading a cozy patio. Wrought iron chairs complete with comfortable striped cushions. Tables elegantly set with blue and white china....

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CityPharma

Sure, there are pharmacies all around Paris, but when I’m really in need of a French beauty product fix, I head directly to CityPharma in Saint-Germain-des-Prés....

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Alix D. Reynis

Growing up in a family that promoted creativity led Alix D. Reynis to discover her great passion for sculpture. Upon presenting her first collection...

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Les Deux Magots

Like its neighbor and rival Café de Flore, this legendary spot represents the height of Parisian café culture. Its large corner terrace is perfect...

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Le Bateau Ivre Wall

Fans of poetry or French literature, add Rue Férou to your list of places to visit in Paris! Steps from the Jardin du Luxembourg, this narrow street...

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Hotel Lutetia

For a special occasion on the Rive Gauche, I love stopping by the recently renovated Hotel Lutetia. This historic spot is the only hotel with a Palace...

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