Café du Coin is a lively wine bar in the 11th.
Written bySara Lieberman
Le 18 is a wine bar in the 11th where you can see live jazz on Wednesdays.
Cafe De Luce in the 18th Arr. is your ideal Parisian corner cafe.
Mokoloco, in the 11th Arr., is a Middle Eastern sandwich cafe by day and a small plates bar by night.
If you’re looking for grab-and-go sandwiches, make Penny Lane in the 10th Arr. your go-to spot.
Famous for their buckwheat crepes from Brittany, Breizh Cafe is a perfect affordable lunch in the Marais.
Written byChris Stang
L’Ami Jean is a lively French bistro in the 7th, and it’s on the expensive side, but the food is excellent, exciting, and worth your time.
You’ll find extremely high quality coffee in an extremely pleasant environment at La Fontaine de Belleville in the 10th.
Café Charlot is a great place to hang in Paris and people watch. The food is classic brasserie, and the crowd is neighborhood and expats.
Looking for a sandwich to eat on the Seine? Or in your hotel room? Or standing on the street? Hit Frenchie To Go and have a pastrami. Seriously.
Miznon comes to Paris from a famous Israeli chef, who opened the original in Tel Aviv. The menu changes frequently, but the sandwiches are excellent.
Is L’as Du Fallafel a tourist trap? Yes. Is it still worth a visit when you need a break from French food? Absolutely.
Owned and operated by the very same people behind Septime, Clamato is another must-have restaurant experience.
Le Servan is of our favorite little bistros in all of Paris, and we’re not alone in that sentiment. Hit it for lunch and some unexpected flavors.