Posts Tagged ‘Café A’

Paris secrets: the terrace at le Café Père et Fils

Paris Secrets: The Best Terraces on the Right Bank

It’s a fait accompli: whenever the Parisian sun gods grant the sun-deprived city dwellers a full day of blue skies, the entire populace seems to flock to the closest terrace to capitalize on the sunshine. It is with the warmest plaisir that we divulge yet another round of Paris secrets—this time the city’s best terraces on the right bank—to ensure that you, too, can partake in this sunny ritual. After all, you never know when the sun will bestow its rays on the City of (Nocturnal) Light again.

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Unusual Cafés in Paris: Café A

Back in May this year, Parisian cool kids turned out in force to mark the first birthday of Café A, the restaurant and bar housed within the old Couvent des Récollets, on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin. Equipped with an outdoor bar, hammocks, and picnic tables, the courtyard area of the Paris café is a hot spot for fair-weather imbibing and people watching.

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