A Quick and Dirty Guide to Le Marais Restaurants and Bars in Paris

Le Marais Restaurants
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Ahh, Paris.  The city of lights.  With a reputation as a romantic city with culture, art, French wine, and food to drool for.  Walking through Paris is a treat in itself, every turn takes you down streets lined with cafés, bars, and bakeries.  Made up of multiple neighborhoods, Le Marais is my favorite go-to neighborhood when searching for restaurants and bars.  In my opinion, Le Marais restaurants make up a majority of the incredible Parisian cuisine.

Le Marais is located between the third and fourth arrondissements and means “The Marsh”.  According to me, no trip to Paris is complete without visiting Le Marais.  Strolling through the streets you’ll come across plenty of sites, bites, and cordials.  But don’t just take my word for it; decide for yourself.  Are the best restaurants in Le Marais Paris?

 

A Quick and Dirty Guide to Le Marais Restaurants and Bars

The Best Restaurants in Le Marais

Breizh Café – Crêperie

Carette – Tea house

Florence Kahn – Bakery

La Fronde – French

L’Aller Retour – Meat

Le Mary Celeste – Oyster bar

Le Petite Marché – French fusion

Marché des Enfants Rouges – Market

Miznon – Israeli

Pozzetto – Ice cream

 

Le Marais Bars

Au Petit Fer à Cheval – Bistro

Fragments – Coffee

La Belle Hortense – Wine bar/Bookstore

Le Pick Clops – Bar

 

While Marais has many options in terms of food and drink, there are also other reasons to venture to this part of Paris.  While you’re in the area don’t miss Place des Vosges, the oldest planned square in Paris.  It’s here in this park that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt once shared an apartment.  And if you’re into art then definitely don’t pass up the Musée National Picasso (Picasso Museum).

While my list of best places to eat in Le Marais was short and concise, the truth is that there is so much more to Paris than can be discovered in a single trip.  It would take years of living in this romantic and elegant city to do more than scratch the surface of what Paris has to offer.  An intriguing and exciting challenge that I hope to one day accomplish.

 

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Kylee splits her time between being a NICU nurse and solo traveler. Spending half her time at the bedside, Kylee has been caring for premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for five years now. She began Passports and Preemies in 2017 to reach nurses and advocate for the prevention of nurse burnout by traveling. Kylee is the original creator of the “8 Day Vacay” – A vacation geared towards nurses aiming to take advantage of the potentially 8 days off between work weeks with no need to use PTO.

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