As spring is upon us, tourists and Parisians will be able to enjoy a new cultural spot in the city. This spring 2022, discover the 110 Honoré, an uncommon venue taking over a Haussmann-style building set rue Saint-Honoré, designed by Clément Blanchet Architecture. In all, 300sqm scattered on 3 floors are available to you.
Expect an ode to creativity and wellness. First of all, enjoy an 80sqm art gallery shining a light on French artists with a dozen exhibitions held per year. Between photography, painting, drawing, and even sculpture, the 110 Galerie aims at placing new talents in the limelight. And artists will have an easy access to the Son du 110, a recording studio.
Foodies are not left out since the place also features the Table du 110, a 30-seat restaurant aiming at indulging the city to seasonal, healthy and local food. A very trendy idea. The 110 Honoré yet has another appealing surprise in store, with a hidden bar. The 110 Secret promises to be a cozy speakeasy with a menu offering innovative pairings changing with the seasons, while nodding at the exhibitions of the gallery and the Table du 110 menu.
Last but not least, a 25sqm yoga studio expects you on the first floor. You can enjoy a Vinyasa class with certified teachers in a warm place featuring two big windows open onto a balcony bathing the room with light.
In a general way, the 110 Honoré will aim at changing with the seasons, providing a common theme to be used and found in all different places. The spot will be open 6 days a week, all year around.
110 Rue St Honoré
75001 Paris 1
Métro Louvre-Rivoli (ligne 1) ou Les Halles (ligne 4)