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The Social Anatomy Paris: A Breakdown of the 20 Paris Arrondissements

The Social Anatomy Paris: A Breakdown of the 20 Paris Arrondissements

There’s so much variety in Paris.

As for where the live, the options are endless, though it depends on your personal preference, and most importantly, your budget.

Most postal codes—the last two digits—identify the arrondissements.

75003 would refer to an area in the third arrondissement, for example.

There are 20 of them arranged in a clockwise spiral, like a cinnamon roll or snail shell, if you will.

It starts in the middle of Paris, on the right bank (north) of the Seine.

Roman numerals are used to represent the arrondissements on street signs, too.

Every arrondissement has quarters.

Below is a breakdown of the Paris arrondissements with a summary of unique characteristics for each.


Source: Creative Common/Goutaste

1st arrondissement


Louvre Museum Glass Pyramid

This is the oldest arrondissement and the fourth smallest by area. Along with the 2nd, it’s in the heart of Paris. It’s known as the Louvre, because a significant part of it is occupied by the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries Garden. It has some of the finest museums, parks and bars in the city.

It is the least populated of all the arrondissements, and one of the more active business districts of Paris. You can even see the Eiffel Tower (in the distance) overlooking the river Seine at Place de la Concorde. It’s on the right bank of the Seine and goes into the western part of the Île de la Cité in the midst of the river.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois, Quartier Les Halles, Quartier Palais-Royal and Quartier Place-Vendôme.

Points of interest: The Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries, Place Vendôme, The Palais Royal, Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Notre Dame, Sainte Chapelle, Galerie Véro-Dodat, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, just to name a few.

Eat: Nils, La Crypte Polska, Café Marly, Aux Trois Oliviers, Point Bar, Alfred, Café Moderne, Cibus, Fellini, L'Absinthe, Rouge Saint Honoré, Taverne Henri IV, Restaurant Yam’Tcha, A La Marguerite, Au Pied de Cochon, Le Rubis.

Drink: The Hemingway Bar, Le Comptoir Paris-Marrakech, Le Cab, Le Cab 2, Le Kong, Café Oz, Juvénile's, Willi's Wine Bar.

2nd arrondissement


Bibliothèque Nationale de France

The 2nd arrondissement, in conjunction with the adjacent 8th and 9th areas make up an important business district with the Paris Opera at its center.

It’s also one of the oldest arrondissements in Paris.

It derives its name from the former Paris Bourse (stock exchange) which lies within its confines. It may be the smallest, but it’s also the most commercially active.

Many large banks are headquartered here, along with the Opéra-Comique concert hall.

The Sentier textile district, and the trendy Etienne Marcel and Rue Montorgueil are a part of this district.

Quarters: Quartier Gaillon, Quartier Vivienne, Quartier Mail and Quartier Bonne-Nouvelle.

Points of interest: Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Galerie Colbert, La Gallerie Vivienne, Passage Choiseul, Passages des Princes, Passage du Grand-Cerf, Passage des Panoramas, Théâtre national de l'Opéra-Comique, Paris stock exchange (Palais Brongniart, former headquarters), Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, Notre Dame des Victoires.

Eat: Café de la Paix, Aux Lyonnais, Frenchie, L'Ecaille de la Fontaine, Le Petit Vendôme, Le Versance, Legrand Filles & Fils, Passage 53, Chez Georges, Rani Mahal, Café Moderne, Le Tambour.

Drink: The Frog & Rosbif, Footsie, Harry's New York Bar, Café Noir.

3rd arrondissement


Musée Picasso

Temple is the second smallest arrondissement. It shares the medieval Le Marais district with the 4th arrondissement and is considered the quieter part of le Marais. The oldest surviving private residence in Paris built in 1407 is found on the Rue de Montmorency. This street retains much of the look and feel of ancient Parisian streets in its buildings. Also here is the Pletzel, the ancient Jewish quarter, as well as a growing Chinatown.

Quarters: Quartier Arts-et-Métiers, Quartier Enfants-Rouges, Quartier Archives and Quartier Sainte-Avoye.

Points of interest: Rue de Montmorency, Musée Picasso, Musée National des Arts et Métiers, Musée d'art et d'Histoire du Judaïsme; Musée de la Serrure, Musée Cognacq-Jay, Musée Carnavalet, Les Archives Nationales, Le Marais, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers.

Eat: Le Petit Marché, Chez Jenny, Chez Janou, Anahi, Chicha Café, Amici Miei, Le Potager du Marais

Drink: Les Enfants Rouge, Andy Wahloo, Café des Musées, Les Arts et Métiers, Café Solo, The Quiet Man.

4th arrondissement (The Marais)


L’hôtel De Ville de Paris

L'Hôtel-de-Ville is the third smallest arrondissement of Paris.

Another tiny island (Ile St. Louis), it is a multicultural area with many old buildings.

It shares Le Marais district with the 3rd arrondissement and is known for its narrow streets lined with cafés and shops.

This is a somewhat trendy and expensive area of Paris, with a very active bar scene. It also has a large gay community. There are many cafés, nightclubs, cabarets and shops, catering to a wide clientèle.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Merri, Quartier Saint-Gervais, Quartier Arsenal and Quartier Notre-Dame.

Points of interest: Things to see: Notre Dame de Paris, Hôtel de Ville, Place Igor Stravinsky, Centre George Pompidou, Place des Vosges, St. Gervais church, Mémorial du Martyr Juif Inconnu, Musée de la Curiosité et de la Magie, Maison de Voctor Hugo, St-Gervais-et-St-Protais Church, La Bastille, Le Mémorial de la Shoah.

Eat: Le Loir dans la Théière, La Perla, L'Excuse, Piccolo Teatro, Ciao, Chez Marianne, Le Coude Fou, dans le Noir, Pitchi Poï, Brasserie Bofinger, Un Piano sur le Trottoir

Drink: The Auld Alliance Scottish Pub; 7 Lézards; Café des Phares; Café Lutèce; Le Lizard Lounge; La Chaise au Plafond; Les Etages; Stolly's; Le Lizard Lounge; Caféothèque de Paris; Dome Du Marais; Wake Up Paris.

5th arrondissement (Latin Quarter)


Le Panthéon

The Panthéon is another old district of the city located on the left bank of the Seine river. Here is found the Quartier Latin, which dates back to ancient times. The Sorbonne was founded here, and Latin was spoken by medieval students, hence the name. In the Quartier Latin is found the Arènes de Lutèce, which was used in ancient times for gladiatorial combat, and the Thermes de Cluny, the remains of a Roman bath. The Latin Quarter is also dominated by colleges, universities and other noted educational institutions, so lots of students are underfoot. The open-air market on Rue Mouffetard is phenomenal. You’ll love the cobblestones, too.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Victor, Quartier Jardin-des-Plantes, Quartier Val-de-Grâce and Quartier Sorbonne.

Points of interest: Arènes de Lutèce, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, Institut du Monde Arabe (Arab World Institute), The Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle, Maison de la Mutualité, Montagne Sainte-Geneviève, Musée de Cluny, hosting the Thermes de Cluny, Musée Curie, The Panthéon, Musée du Moyen Age.

Eat: Le Petit Prince de Paris, Le Grenier de Paris, Jardin des Pâtes, Le Grenier de Notre Dame, Ambiance De L'Inde, Le Volcan, Chez Ernest, Les cinq saveurs d'Anada, Kootchi

Drink: Café Universel, Polly Magoo, The Fifth Bar, The Bombardier, Le Vieux Chêne, Le Piano Vache.

6th arrondissement (Saint-Germain-Des-Prés)


Luxembourg is famous for its world-class shopping, and has been home to the likes of Picasso and Sartre.

It is Paris’s most fashionable and expensive area with per capita incomes higher than most every other area of the city.
It is a part of Paris Ouest along with the 7th, 8th and 16th arrondissement and the outlying community of Neuilly-sur-Seine.

It claims a bit more of a bohemian reputation than the other districts of Paris Ouest.

Many world-famous educational institutions are found in this arrondissement. The French Senate has its seat here, along with many of Paris’ most noted monuments.

Quarters: Quartier Monnaie, Quartier Odéon, Quartier Notre-Dame-des-Champs and Quartier Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Points of interest: Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Palais de Luxembourg, Académie Française, French Senate (Luxembourg Palace), Jardin du Luxembourg, Medici Fountain, Pont des Arts, Pont Neuf, Musée d'Anatomie Delmas-Orfila-Rouvière, Musée Edouard Branly, Musée Hébert.

Educational institutions: École nationale des ponts et chaussées, École nationale supérieure des mines de Paris, École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Pantheon-Assas University (main campus), Lycée Montaigne.

Eat: Café Procope, Padova, Yugaraj, Guen Maï, Wokbar, Santa Lucia, La Jacobine

Drink: Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots, 10 Bar International, The Moose

7th arrondissement (Tour Eiffel)



Rachida Dati, Mayor of the 7th district

Palais-Bourbon draws a lot of tourists. The French upper class has called it home for hundreds of years and it encompasses some of the major tourist attractions of the city from the Eiffel Tower to the Hôtel National des Invalides where Napoléon is interred. The 7th arrondissement also contains many French governmental ministries, the French National Assembly as well as numerous foreign embassies.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin, Quartier Les Invalides, Quartier École-Militaire and Quartier Gros-Caillou.

Points of interest: Eiffel Tower, French National Assembly (l'Assemblée Nationale), Hôtel Matignon, Champ de Mars, Musée d'Orsay, École Militaire, Musée Rodin, Musée Valentin Haüy, National Horticultural Society of France, Vedettes de Paris.

Eat: Le Violon D'Ingres, Le Clos des Gourmets, Café Constant, Les Cocottes, Les Fables de la Fontaine, Le Petit Sud Ouest, Le Petit Tibéro, Le Voltaire, Chez Germaine, Jules-Verne, 58 Tour Eiffel, L'Atelier de Joel.

Drink: Le Cafe des Lettres.

8th arrondissement


Elysée Palace

Running through the Élysée district is the Avenue des Champs-Elysées with at one end the Place Charles-de-Gaulle where the Arc de Triomphe is found, and on the other the Place de la Concorde. Many large corporations have their headquarters here and more people are employed in this arrondissement than any other, making it an important commercial center of Paris.

The population density is the smallest of all of the arrondissements, only containing less than 2% of the total population of Paris.

Famous hotels include the Plaza Athénée, Bristol, the Hôtel de Crillon and the Four Seasons.

Quarters: Quartier Champs-Élysées, Quartier Faubourg-du-Roule, Quartier La Madeleine and Quartier Europe.

Points of interest: Arc de Triomphe, Automobile Club de France, Chapelle Expiatoire, Église de la Madeleine, Église, Saint-Augustin, Élysée Palace, Gare Saint-Lazare, Le Grand Palais, The Obelisk (Obélisque) in the Place de la Concorde.

Eat: Chez Francis, Diep, Restaurant Indien Qasim, Kokohana, Villa Spicy, Hanawa, Ladurée, La Table du Lancaster.

Drink: Buddha Bar.

9th arrondissement


Opera Garnier

This arrondissement derives its name (Opéra) from the Opéra Garnier located there and is also known for the department stores on the Boulevard Haussmann. The Moulin Rouge, one of the first cabarets to open in Paris, can be found here as well.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Georges, Quartier Chaussée-d'Antin, Quartier Faubourg-Montmartre and Quartier Rochechouart.

Points of interest: Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra National de Paris, Paris Olympia, Folies Bergère at 32, rue Richer, Fondation Dosne-Thiers, Hôtel Drouot, Opera Garnier, Galeries Lafayette (flagship store) at 40, boulevard Haussmann, Printemps department store (flagship store), Musée de la Franc-Maçonnerie, Musée du Parfum, Musée de la Vie Romantique, Takashimaya Paris.

Eat: Big Fernand, Le Richer, Little Fernand, L’Office, Autour d’Un Verre, Encore, ITO (Japanese), Glass, Le Dépanneur Pigalle, Le Vin au Vert, Braisenville, Happy Day's Burger Shop, Chez Vincent, Vilay, Le Pont de Yunnan, Sizin, Kastoori, Pizza Marzano, Pizza Marzano Clichy.

Drink: Bar des Roses, Le Café Zéphyr, I Golosi.


10th arrondissement


Gare du Nord

Entrepôt boasts two of the main railroad stations of Paris: Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est. Gare du Nord is the busiest railroad station in Europe and is where the Eurostar train connecting Paris with London arrives and departs.

Also, a large part of the above-ground portion of the Canal Saint-Martin connecting the Canal de l'Ourcq to the Seine river runs through this district.

Streets along the canal are car-free for a half day, every Saturday and all day Sunday.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Quartier Porte-Saint-Denis, Quartier Porte-Saint-Martin and Quartier Hôpital-Saint-Louis.

Points of interest: Canal Saint-Martin, Gare de l'Est, Gare du Nord, Musée de l'Éventail, Passage Brady, Passage du Prado, Porte Saint-Denis, Porte Saint-Martin, Church of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Church of Saint-Laurent.

Eat: Bang!, Baxo, Julien, Mukura, La Vigne Saint Laurent, Restaurant la Strasbourgeoise, Chez Prune, Shalimar, Khrishna Bhavan, Chez Michel, Il Toscano.

Drink: Baxo, Le Verre Volé.

11th arrondissement (Oberkampf)


Popincourt is the most densely populated area of Paris and has the highest density urban area in all of Europe.

This young and trendy district has much of Paris’s best nightlife. Young locals and foreigners alike are attracted to the restaurants and bars in this urban melting pot.

It’s on the border of the Marais and on the Père-Lachaise Cemetery, where Oscar Wilde and Molière are buried.

Quarters: Quartier Folie-Méricourt, Quartier Saint-Ambroise, Quartier La Roquette and Quartier Sainte-Marguerite.

Points of interest: Cirque d'hiver, Opéra Bastille, Église Saint-Ambroise, ESCP-EAP, Musée Édith Piaf, Musée du Fumeur, Ô Chateau, Paris wine tasting.

Eat: Clown Bar, L'Estaminet, Norbulinga, Le Trou Normand, Aux Comptoirs des Indes, Le Troisième, Bureau, Le Kitch, Café Cannibale, Avé Maria, Casa Palenque, Indiana Tex-Mex, Blue Elephant, Suds, Le Café des Anges, Le Bar à Soupes, Le Bistrot du Peinture.

Drink: Grenier, Le Vin de Zinc, Chez Justine, Nouveau Casino et Café Charbon, Ba-ta-clan, L'Ancienne, Menuiserie, Mecano Bar, Le Scherkhan, Café du Passage, Entre Potes, Les marcheurs de planete.

12th arrondissement (Bastille)


Reuilly is one of the largest districts in the city with two thirds of its area taken up by the Bois de Vincennes park. The French Ministry of Finances and the Bercy Arena, an indoor sports arena and concert hall (now known as the AccorHotels Arena) are located within this district.

Quarters: Quartier Bel-Air, Quartier Picpus, Quartier Bercy and Quartier Quinze-Vingts.

Points of interest: Bois de Vincennes, Jardin Yitzhak Rabin, Bercy Village, Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Opéra Bastille, Promenade Plantée, Parc de Bercy, Palais Omnisport, Bercy Expo, Lafayettes Tomb, Place de la Bastille (shared by the 4th, 11th and 12th arrondissements), Opéra Bastille, Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Jardin du Bassin de l'Arsenal, Cimetière de Picpus, Musée des Arts Forains, Palais de la Porte Dorée (Cité nationale de l'histoire de l'immigration), Paris Zoological Park (Zoo de Vincennes), Promenade Plantée, Viaduc des Arts.

Eat: Les 400 Coups@La cinémathèque Française, l'Ébauchoir, Refuge, Le Train bleu, Le Picotin, Miel et Paprika.

Drink: Café L'Arrosoir, Les Furieux, Barrio Latino.

13th arrondissement (Chinatown)


Gobelins contains a great number of Chinese and other Asian restaurants and shops being the home to Paris' main Asian community, le Quartier Asiatique ("Chinatown"), with many Chinese and Vietnamese businesses. It is dotted with high-rise apartment buildings.

Also here is the Bibliothèque Nationale de France.

Quarters: Quartier Salpêtrière, Quartier La Gare, Quartier Maison-Blanche and Quartier Croulebarbe.

Points of interest: Le Quartier Asiatique (known locally as la Triangle de Choisy or la petite Asie (Little Asia); Les Olympiades; Tang Frères (Asian supermarket); Paristore (Asian supermarket); Bibliothèque Nationale de France; Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital; Butte-aux-Cailles; Gare d'Austerlitz; Manufacture des Gobelins; Art Ludique; University of Chicago Center in Paris.

Eat: Sinorama, Pho 14, Chez Gladines, le Temps des Cerises, Green Garden, Au Banquier, Sala Thaï, Au Petit Marguery.

Drink: Batofar, La Dame de Canton.

14th arrondissement


Tour Montparnasse: View from l’Arc de Triomphe

The skyline of the Observatoire is dominated by La Tour Montparnasse skyscraper built atop the Gare Montparnasse railroad terminus and the only skyscraper in Paris. A wonderful view of the city can be seen from the top of La Tour Montparnasse skyscraper. This Paris district has a long tradition as an artist community. The Observatory of Paris is the world's oldest observatory still in operation. The Cité Universitaire is surrounded by busy cafés and restaurants on the Boulevard du Montparnasse and the rue Daguerre.

Quarters: Quartier Montparnasse, Quartier Parc Montsouris, Quartier Petit-Montrouge and Quartier Plaisance.

Points of interest: Les Catacombes de Paris, Cimetière du Montparnasse, Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain, Gare Montparnasse, Michael Servetus statue, Montparnasse area, Musée Lenine, Musée Jean Moulin, Observatoire (Paris Observatory), La Santé Prison, Tour Montparnasse, Parc Montsouris, Port Royal.

Eat: La Coupole, Le Zeyer, Zango, Aquarius, Le Moulin Vert, Le Bis du Severo, Les Grillades de Buenos Aires, L'Amuse Bouche, L'Assiette, L'Atelier d'Antan, Bistot du Dôme, La Cagouille, La Cantine du Troquet, La Cerisaie, Le Dôme, Le Duc.

15th arrondissement


Quartier de Grenelle buildings (15th district Paris, France) by night.

Vaugirard is the largest and most populous of all the arrondissements. Some parts of the district are close to the Eiffel Tower. Gare Montparnasse is a busy hub serving the south-west of France, with connections to Spain and Portugal.  The view of the city from Montparnasse Tower is breathtaking.

Quarters: Quartier Saint-Lambert, Quartier Necker, Quartier Grenelle and Quartier Javel.

Points of interest: Tour Montparnasse, Musée Pasteur, Musée du Service des Objets Trouvés, Musée Bourdelle, Musée Mendjisky, Musée Jean Moulin, Church of Notre-Dame de la Salette de Paris, Beaugrenelle Shopping Center, Villa Santos Dumont, La Ruche, Square Béla Bartók, A replica of the Statue of Liberty on the île aux Cygnes, The pont de Bir-Hakeim, The Pont Mirabeau, The Parc André, Citroën, Ballon de Paris, The Parc Georges-Brassens, The Polypores, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition center, Palais des Sports, Porte de Versailles métro station, Front de Seine (high-rise district).

Eat: Café Zinc-Zen, Chez Geppetto, Le Ciel de Paris.

16th arrondissement


PSG fans before the 2006 Coupe de France Final at Parc des Prince.

Passy, a quiet, highly residential district is considered one of the richest of the capital city and contains some of the most expensive real estate in France.

Quarters: Quartier Auteuil, Quartier La Muette, Quartier Porte-Dauphine and Quartier Chaillot.

Points of interest: Cimetière de Passy, Parc des Princes, Palais de Tokyo, Pavillon de l'eau, Lycée Janson de Sailly, Maison de Radio France, Maison de Balzac, Exploradome, Fondation Le Corbusier, Guimet Museum, Jardin d'Acclimatation, Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil, Musée Arménien de France, Musée d'Art, Dentaire Pierre Fauchard, Musée Baccarat, Musée Clemenceau, Musée de la Contrefaçon, Musée d'Ennery, Musée Galliera, Musée Marmottan Monet, International School of Paris.

Eat: Carette, La Gare Chaussée De La Muette, Le Malakoff, Le Coq, Café Brassac, L'Astrance.

Drink: Totem.

17th arrondissement


Place de Clichy Metro Station

Batignolles-Monceau has great architecture and is a quiet area. Not many things to see here, but you will have an authentic French experience, and observe how Parisians conduct their daily lives.

Quarters: Quartier Les Ternes, Quartier Plaine Monceau, Quartier Batignolles and Quartier Épinettes.

Points of interest: Marché des Batignolles, Marché Poncelet, Musée national Jean-Jacques Henner, Palais des Congrès, Hôtel Concorde Lafayette, Square des Batignolles, Cité des Fleurs, Place de Clichy, Parc Clichy-Batignolles, Square des Épinettes, Parc Monceau.

Eat: A Joy in Food, Jaipur, La Gaieté Cosaque, Le Réfuge, Le Bistral, L'Abadache, Aux Couleurs du Monde, Brasserie Wepler, O Batignolles, Niv's.

Drink: Le Kloog, James Joyce Pub, Sans Gêne, Lush, Les Caves Populaires, Le Bar Belge.

18th arrondissement


Moulin Rouge

Butte-Montmartre is in the area known as Goutte d'Or where many African immigrants live, and is famous for its market, the marché Barbès, where one can find various products from that continent. It is also known for the hill of Montmartre which was the location of the Communard uprising of the nineteenth century, and has the Sacré Cœur basilica. The famous Moulin Rouge cabaret is also here. You will learn more about artist Salvador Dalí at the Espace Dali, a famous exhibit. Quarters:

Quartier Grandes-Carrières, Quartier Clignancourt, Quartier Goutte-d'Or and Quartier La Chapelle.

Points of interest: Sacré-Coeur, Cimetière de Montmartre, Le Moulin Rouge, Place Pigalle, Artists' Square - Place du Tertre, Espace Dali, Musée de Montmarte.

Eat: Nawab, Le Surcouf, La Petaudiere, Le Buffet, Au Grain de Folie, La Taverne de Montmartre, Le Refuge des Fondues, La Popote du 18, Café des Deux Moulins, Le Basilic, Ma Cocotte.

Drink: Truc Café, Just BE, Olympic Café, Le Divan du Monde, La Boule Noire.

19th arrondissement


Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, Paris.

Buttes-Chaumont shares two of the biggest parks with the 20th arrondissement: Parc des Buttes Chaumont and Parc de Villette. Lots of families and night life here, too.

Quarters:  Quartier La Villette, Quartier Pont-de-Flandres, Quartier Amérique and Quartier Combat.

Points of interest: Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Parc de la Villette, Parc de la Butte-du-Chapeau-Rouge, The Cent Quatre arts center, Buttes-Chaumont, Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Cité des Enfants, Canal de l'Ourcq, Cité de la Musique.

Eat: Cafezoïde, Les 400 Coups, Au Boeuf Couronné, Café de la Musique, El Molino, Draco.

Drink: La Cascade, Péniche Antipode, Péniche Anako, Draco, La Rotonde.

20th arrondissement


Cimetière du Père Lachaise, Paris XX.

The district of Ménilmontant has the second largest Chinatown of Paris. At the Père Lachaise Cemetery are interred many famous composer, writers, painters and other artists of note. Also, this district is rapidly becoming the “in” place for the avant-garde music scene in the French capital.

Quarters: Quartier Belleville, Quartier Saint-Fargeau, Quartier Père-Lachaise and Quartier Charonne.

Points of interest: Parc de Belleville, Cimetière du Père Lachaise.

Eat: Lou Pascalou, Aux Becs Fins, Le Lion Indomptable, Dame Jane.

Drinks: Flèche d'Or, La Miroiterie, Les Trois Arts, La Maroquinerie, La Bellevilloise, Gambetta, Goguete, Jawad K-Fé, Le Lion Indomptable.

Thanks for reading! Have we missed anything? Do you have a favorite arrondissement in Paris? Which one is it and what’s so unique about it ? I’d love to read your comments below.

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