March finally brings brief respites from winter weather as we move closer to spring in Paris. Whether you’re around for St. Patrick’s Day or for the Jazz Festival, keep reading for fun places to eat, drink, and stay, as well as a quick health update on traveling in Paris during the coronavirus.
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In any event we we are not (yet!) in panic mode as other parts of the world (like the state of emergency in New York) and just being more cautious with hygiene and still carry in on with daily activities – the public transportation and schools are still open.
À l’Èpi d’Or
Around since the 1880s and hot spot in the 1920s, À l’Èpi d’Or has recently been given a facelift by chef Jean-François Piège, who has combined a rustic atmosphere with a fresh take on traditional French cuisine. On the menu you’ll also find many Portuguese-inspired dishes.
If you’re wanting to visit this popular spot, be sure to make a reservation either by phone or online.
25 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
If you’re wanting a little St. Patrick’s Day treat while in Paris, Boneshaker Doughnuts will normally have festive treats for a quick breakfast or mid-day snack!
77 rue d’Aboukir
75002 Paris, France
If you’re in the city for St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll probably want to visit an Irish pub. We’ve got you covered!
O’Brien’s Irish Pub
For a more traditional Irish Pub, head to O’Brien’s. Here, you’ll find a very casual atmosphere.
77 rue Saint Dominique
O’Sullivan’s Irish Pub | Grands Boulevards
O’Sullivan’s provides a traditional Irish pub in the heart of the Paris clubbing scene.
1 Boulevard Montmartre
French Riviera Bar
For a more sophisticated feel, visit French Rivera Bar for a South of France-inspired atmosphere.
14 Rue Froissart
For a luxurious stay in the Latin Quarter of Paris (very close to Notre Dame!), look no further than the boutique Hotel La Lanterne.
12 rue de la Montagne Ste Genevieve
75005 Paris France
Festival Banlieues Blues (March 6-April 3)
For the music lover, this jazz and blues festival near Seine-Saint-Denis is perfect for you! For more information on the festival, click here.
Pompeii | Grand Palais (March 25-June 8)
Interested in the ancient city of Pompeii? The Grand Palais’ newest exhibit features artifacts, 3D reconstructions, and ultra-HD 360 projections of what it would have looked like! For tickets to this incredible exhibition, click here.
Paris Arts and Crafts Show (March 7-10)
This trade fair show features different fashion, decor, beauty, and design trends popular over the course of the year. For more information, click here.
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Concerned about traveling in Paris this month? Check out this video for a quick health update: