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- Best Cafés in Paris

Paris is filled with beautiful café's, nestled through out the romantic lanes of the city, full of character, mystery and intrigue. Yet, while lovely such places exist, there is one thing unanimously accepted to be lacking in the city of love - good coffee. Good coffee does exist in Paris, and we've done all the hard work by compiling a list of reviews some of the best cafés that you must visit in order to Satisfy your caffeine fix. You can thank us later!


1. Fragment


Effortlessly chic little café that knows good coffee whether it be filtered or espresso, Fragments knows how to impress. Come in for the coffee, stay for the food. Trust me, going in for only coffee, we had some major FOMO and #ragrets when we saw all the delectable dishes that others had ordered. Oh, and you’ll be sipping on your coffee in the presence of Bruce Lee (well, sort of), how could it get any better?
 
Find it here:
76 Rue des Tournelles, 75003 Paris

 


 

2. Peloton Café


Cute and cosy café run by bike enthusiasts and founders of Bike About tours. The barista is the owner of the café, so you know each cuppa is prepared with love and soul. Not only are the coffees delicious, but there are also other options to spice up your day – organic juices, ginger beer and craft beer to name a few. Located in the historic suburb of Le Marais, this a perfect pit stop to help you recharge on your stroll through the gorgeous neighbourhood.
 
Stroll along to:
17 Rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004 Paris




 

3. Holly Belly


Owned and operated by Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary, these guys love to constantly evolve themselves with an updated menu each and every month. An undefined cuisine (but bordering more towards Melbourne-isque type set-up), they could be serving classic French or southern comfort food, depending on when you decide to pay a visit. Oh and their coffee? To die for. But you’ll want to be early or be prepared to wait – at least an hour is the typical waiting time for a table at this café, but trust us, it’ll be worth it.
 
Get here ASAP:
19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris




 

4. Hardware Société


Australian’s know good coffee, but don’t worry, you don’t need to travel all the way to Melbourne to experience this little gem. Opened earlier this year, Hardware Société brings the high quality yet simple ingredients, and the delectable imported Australian coffee (Padre) that has made it so famous with people in the land of Aus. Located at the top of Montmartre, Hardware Societe is an absolute bucket list café for all you café/brunch/delicious food fanatics.
 

Climb up to:
10 Rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris

 

5. Folk and Sparrows


This place is cool, like really really really cool. Folks and Sparrows was the vision of Paris-born owner, Franck, who lived in Brooklyn for 10 years. You can see the influence this chapter in Franck’s life made in the setting of the café, a warm, humbling oasis from the bustling, elbow-to-elbow street cafes of the city, accompanied by the serenading calm of country music. Delicious coffee that pairs fantastically with their cheesecake. Must try, you’ll most likely fall in love (as we did).
 
Discovery the coolness at:
14 Rue Saint-Sébastien, 75011 Paris



 

6. Baguett's Café


Inviting little café that has great coffee, and great people. Oh and if you feel like indulging, they have a beautiful selection of freshly prepared cakes and tarts that they are reknown for. Need we say more? 

Run don’t walk to:
33 Rue de Richelieu, 75001 Paris



 

There certainly are a bunch more possibilities of good coffee in Paris, we just haven’t found them all yet! If you have any recommendations, we’d love to hear from you!

Happy coffee drinking!

 

Anna

 
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