THINGS TO DO IN PARIS ? [September 2014]

Here is what’s up in Paris for the rest of the month of September. A little late on the trigger with this one, but as they say “better late than never”, right?

This autumn in Paris is filled with tons to do on the weekend, brunches, concerts, and cultural activities. I’m very excited about the first ever StreetFood Festival at Carreau de Temple and the 1950s Fashion Exhibition at Musee Galleria. ?Food and Fashion. C’est normal!

EAT –

Mamie Burger

An american style burger joint in the Opera area. It’s large tables are Perfect for groups. ?Select burgers with Aubrac beef, including a vegetarian option and massive salads. No Kids menu. But the friendly and English speaking staff will make you feel at home.
Try the Chocolate cake!
paris mamie burger review

Mamie Burger/ Facebook

  • 18 Rue Saint-Fiacre, 75002 Paris, France
  • +33 1 42 33 97 74

Claus

Paris is not known for its breakfast tales, but Claus is in town to change that. This tiny 2 floor restaurant has the cutest arrangement?of breakfast products for stacked on shelves, everything including??jams, spreads and breads. ?Eating in the room upstairs was delightful as the cool breeze came in from the window.
Tip: Make a reservation in advance (yes for breakfast or brunch), tables go quite fast!
Claus
Best Breakfast and Brunch Claus Paris

Claus Paris/ Facebook

  • 14 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France
  • +33 1 42 33 55 10
  • Metro: Palais Royal (line 1 or 7)

L’Amonciel

All the nuts, exotic, dried fruits that fit to eat can be found here. ?You can also have a cup of the rare Jamaican coffee here from the small counter.

amoncel paris review

Amoncel/Facebook

  • 1 rue Etienne Marcel,?75001?Paris
  • Metro: Etienne Marcel (line 4)?
  • Close to Poulette and L’Escargot Paris.

DRINK?

Andy Whaloo

For the bobo , as we say in Paris. The place were you can get your Balenciaga mixed up with the chick sitting beside you.
  • 69 Rue des Gravilliers, 75003 Paris, France
  • +33 1 42 71 20 38
  • Metro Arts et Metier (Line 3 or ?11)
Hours:
Monday Closed
Tuesday 7:00 pm ? 2:00 am
Wednesday 7:00 pm ? 2:00 am
Thursday 7:00 pm ? 2:00 am
Friday 7:00 pm ? 2:00 am
Saturday 7:00 pm ? 2:00 am
Sunday Closed

WANDER

Rue Faubourg Saint Denis is one of the best places to get a drink because of the plethora of Bars, old style Cafes, hipster restaurants and side streets that had their fair share of concert halls and Fruits stalls. On any day or night of the week, this street literally never sleeps.
?1. Chez Jeanette
2. Maui7
3. PNY
4. Turkish Market
5. Chateau D’Eau Cafe
6. Passage Brady
7. Hutch Hot dog


View Bar hop along Rue Fb St. Denis in a larger map

STAY?

Jules et Jim Hotel

Cute hotel on a cute street, central location.
review Jules jim hotel paris

Julesjim/Facebook

11 Rue des Gravilliers, 75003 Paris, France
+33 1 44 54 13 13

KIDS

Deyrolle

The most beautiful Taxidermist, a mixture of Alice in wonderland and Harry Potter;?with still collection of large mammals, magnificent mounted birds and other beautiful and astonishing natural wonders.
Deyrolle paris review

photo by Julien Hausherr

46 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris, France
+33 1 42 22 30 07

NOT TO BE MISSED

1. STREET FOOD FESTIVAL

Street food Temple – it’s taken some time for Paris to catch?on, but we have our first street food weekend in the Marais area just across the Mairie / City Hall of the 3rd Arr. with the likes of Sunken Chip, le Camion qui Fume and Canteen California ?See the line up here

2. 1950’s FASHION EXHIBITION

1950s Fashion?EXHIBITION?- Palais Galliera // City of Paris Museum of Fashion

In the 1950s haute couture and ready-to-wear were one of France’s major economic sectors and a veritable fashion breeding ground. This was haute couture’s golden age, when Paris regained its title of world fashion capital.

10, rue Pierre 1er de Serbie, 75116 Paris

More information on the museum website -?http://www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr/en/visitor-information/prepare-your-visit-visit-documentation-download-online-tickets

3.?CULTURE AU QUAI

Culture au Quai – All weekend long along the qaui de loire , give us the possibility to plan out our year of cultural ?things to do with all the theatres, concerts halls, operas, museums, etc… Great for the entire family as there will be live shows and activities for the kids. September 27 and 28th, 11am to 7pm.

4. TEMPS D’IMAGE @ 104

TEMPS D?IMAGES at 104 ?-?The ?festival was created to respond to this question and its innovative themes at 104. ?Devoted to creation, experimentation and innovation, the Centquatre is a place of living and conviviality for artists and audiences.

visual arts, dance, theatre , music…

For example, Tokyo Paris is a one night electro/ jazz musical event ?as a part of the- Festival Temps D’Image

September 17 – 28th

Tokyo-Paris by RKK
with?Jun Miyake, Ma?a Barouh, Sublime?
?lectro / jazz
27 september2014
8:30pm to 2:30pm
25 Euros

 

5.?FLEA MARKET

Brocante/ Flea Market ?- In the 2nd Arr. ?the 20 and 21st of September. Metro Bourse

 

6. PARIS FASHION WEEK

The season is again upon us. Watch as streetslyle photographers congregate on the streets to snap up the fashion creative and elite.

Best places to people watch: Cafe Charlot and TheBroken Arm.

 

 

 

 

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