THINGS TO DO IN PARIS ? [OCTOBER 2014]
Cafe Smorgas at La Tresorerie
Small eating space that sits to the side of the concept home store. Perfect place to pause for a coffee and snack like the Swedes; with open sandwich toasts filled with fresh organic ingredients. ?Try the “Sm?rg?s Saumon / Concombre”?: salmon, cucumber and creme fraiche. ?They also have a 10 euros food menu that includes a smorgas, table and fresh juice.
- Open hours:
- Tuesdays to Fridays 8am to 4:30pm
- Saturday 9am – 6:30am
- CLOSED?on a sunday
- Adresse:?11 rue du ch?teau d’eau, Paris, France
Rachels offers typical American food. – High quality?and high prices. After years as being the darling for many restaurants in Paris rachel has opened her own joint. ?Do you know the famous Rachel’s Cheesecake? You’ve probably had it at a few rests around Paris, who rarely make their own cheesecake in-house.
- Rachel’s Paris : 25, rue du Pont aux Choux
- 75003 Paris, France
- Closed?Monday and??Tuesday
- Open Wednesday to 8:30am – 11:00pm
- Saturday 9:30am – 11:00pm
- Sunday 9:30am?at 6pm
A tiny little cafe on the trendy Rue de Martyrs ?( same street as Rose Bakery and?Marlette and Terra Corsa) that offers organic food and prepared?baking mixes.
They have gluten free prepared sachet?mixes too!
Go for breakfast brunch, lunch or coffee.
- 51 rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris, France
- Tuesdays to Fridays – 8:30am to 7:30pm
- Saturday – 10am to 7:30pm
- Sunday – 10am to 6pm
- Closed on Mondays.
Best place to people watch in the St. Germain Odeon area. The Terrace in the Odeon neighborhood may be enough to convince you to stop in for a drink, but don’t pass up the snobbish old money interiors created mostly with Parisian flea market finds of old leather chars and taxidermist “melange”
A glass of wine is between 4 eu and 9eu.
- Restaurant Le Hibou
- 16 carrefour de l’Od?on
- Paris 75006
- Metro: Odeon Line 4 or 10
- 01 43 54 96 91
L’Hotel Particular -?23, avenue Junot 75018
Comme a la Maison – means like home in French. This was the concept of Morgane Rousseau the head of the Hotel chic and cosy in the 18th Arr of Montmartre. ?5 rooms telling their own story in an (almost) hidden part of Paris. ?Visit Hotel Particular Website here.
October 23rd to 27th 2014
It’s here again! Take them on any day and have them run around discovering their favorite?TV and cartoon charters, new products and parents you can learn about just about anything related to what’s going to be hot for the next Christmas list. Lots of giveaways and activities.
NOT TO BE MISSED
1. NUIT BLANCHE
What does Nuit Blanche mean? The white night in Paris means an annual celebration of art and many cultural events for one night. All museums open til late – most past midnight.
October 23rd to 26th.?
FIAC is an annual celebration of over 180 international galleries from 25 countries at the Grand Palais. Performances, Artist?films, Walking paths of outdoor sculptures and installations also in the Tuileries Garden, Berged de Seine and more…
This years FIAC is from the 23rd to the 26th of October 2014. Full-fare ticket, 35 ???MORE info on FIAC website
3. BE STREET
October 4t – 5th
The French Urban Magazine is having its annual weekend festival at Parc de la Villette ?FREE ENTRANCE ON SUNDAYS >>> get tickets here.?
One of its kind in Europe, expect a mix of music, entertainment and street wear brands.
- 12h00 ? 21h00
- Official Party
- 22h00 ? 2h00
- 12h00 ? 20h00
- Address – Grande Halle de la Villette
- 211 avenue Jean Jaur?s, 75019 Paris ? France
- Metro – Porte de Pantin (Line 5)
4. FETE DE VENDANGE
October 8th – 12th 2014
The Montmartre wine festival or??Grape Harvest Festival is a massive 5 day event dedicated to the 18th Arrondissement of Paris. Lots of free activities day and night including walking tours, wine and food tastings and gallery shows in one of paris most beautiful and iconic neighborhoods.?