It’s March in Paris and we’re having some very?cold weather. But this weekend we’re hoping for the to wander around a lot. If you’re visiting Paris come with your warm clothes.
Here is our list of things to do like a local, that will guide you through the month of March- no tourist traps (we promise!).
Simply plan ahead with these spring events, cool boutique hotels to stay, trendy Parisian restaurants to try &?top cocktail bars to enjoy a drink. ?Who’s in town??
Salt is a contemporary bistro that has some of the best seafood meals in Paris. I first discovered them at the Taste of Paris event and we pleasantly surprised. English-speaking staff and some good wine selection. Meals (at lunch) are 23 Euros.
6 Rue Rochebrune, 75011 Paris, France
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Copperbay a large cocktail bar offering decent priced (most start at 9 euros) between Faubourg Saint-Denis and Republic. Friendly staff and perfect for an after work drink or chilling with pals (small space though). Closed Sunday and Monday.
5 Rue Bouchardon, 75010 Paris, France
Kodama is one of the best tea houses in paris with the most aromatic selection of high teas. They also serve coffee. Perfect place for an afternoon meet up in Paris close to Etienne Marcel.? Closed on Monday.
30 Rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris, France
Les Bains Paris back in its original heyday was very much the Studio 54 of Paris. And has gone through various periods of rebirth to the dance and nightlife scene in Paris in the 1990s. Now the magnificent?19th century building that holds so many of paris secret is one of the most luxurious places to sleep in central paris.
7 Rue du Bourg l’Abb?, 75003 Paris, France
This Sunday (March 6) at the Centre Pompidou join a Kiddy and Parents Yoga session with the collaboration of Paris Momes.
10 am – Free with limited spots.
Place Georges Pompidou, 75004, Paris
MUSIC + NIGHTLIFE
Paris wouldn’t be the same without some sultry night where you can “faire des betises!” right? This month I’ve discovered?A la folie Paris?- at La Villette this massive multi use space houses some of the best parties and nightlife in paris from Voguing to the After party for the Tattoo Mondial Trade show 2016.?
If you’re looking for a cool place to have yoga (it’s in French though) Le Perchoir welcomes you and your yogi pals every monday night for a fit and relaxing session with Claire of GET Yogi (she speaks english so you can tell her at the beginning of the class if you’re not fluent).? www.getyogi.fr
Cheese and speciality shop La Fine ?picerie de la Goutte d’Or is my go to place for the? most addictive Gouda and truffle cheese. Not to mention the price is “correct” when compared to other shops close by. This is a new spot in the La Goutte D’or that’s slowly changing the neighborhood and its food selection. Closed on Mondays.
60 rue Stephenson 75018 Paris
The team at Que Faire Paris has done a great job with a walking tour that takes us to some of the monumental spots of the late great French novelist Colette.
Not to be Missed
See the world top Tattoo Artists here in Paris – 4, 5 , 6 March 2016?
Day Pass 30?
3 Day Pass 60?
Omnivore Food Trade show
?Paris 6,7 & 8 March 2016
Over 100 events under 5 themes with some of the best Chefs in Paris.
From 9:30 am to 6 pm
Day Pass 39?
3 Day Pass 99?
Maison de la Mutualit?
24 rue Saint Victor 75005 Paris
Buy Tickets here:
+33 (0) 4 78 176 351
What other things do you have on your list to do in Paris this March? Let us know!