photo credit: Sara Lieberman
This new, minimalist spot is on the quieter end of a popular, locals’ block that’s far from the crowded tourist sites. It’s packed nightly with crowds of young Parisians, and while the setup is casual—silverware comes in tin cans and everybody gets paper napkins—the atmosphere is still chic, with dried flowers in glass vases and candles lit throughout.
Seasonal dishes change frequently, but you can expect things like a giant, plate-sized butter-and-cream-coated raviolo with mushrooms and almonds that you’ll wish came in multiples, or a colorful dish of grilled gem lettuce. There’s a fantastic natural wine selection, but if you're in more of a cocktail mood, try something like a mezcal, lime, and coconut milk slushy. They also have a private space in the back with a large communal table for groups to gather.