The Louvre Rivoli neighborhood is a true Parisian gem. Located in full heart of the French capital, it’s a genuine architectural masterpiece, a living postcard that we’re never tired of. It represents the Paris of all fantasies with its columns that are set all along the famous Louvre Museum we always difficulty leave. And yet, as soon as we lay our eyes on it, we discover the splendor that makes the fame of Paris, a beauty that managed to span the eras and that will span many others… There is so much to see, do… so, how can we make the best out of it? Easy, keep reading! Restaurants, tearooms, bars and even shopping, we’ve selected the best of the best addresses!
Angelina celebrates September with new savory breaks and sweet treats every day of the week! From breakfast to teatime without forgetting brunch and on-the-go lunch, we enjoy it as much – and maybe even more – at the wonderful Angelina.
Baltard au Louvre
Baltard au Louvre reopens its doors after fantastic embellishment work on the walls and in the plate! Finesse and flavors are here for the greatest happiness of our taste buds… Sticking to François Pinault’s future collection for modern art, this restaurant is surely one of our favorites.
La Dame de Pic
Only female chef with 3 Michelin Stars, Anne-Sophie Pic has just opened her very first restaurant in Paris. Simply called “La Dame de Pic”, this restaurant is set within walking distance from the Louvre.
In addition to the beauty of the place, the quality of the plate is in. Kong chef Richard Pommiès hasn’t stopped reinventing a cuisine that is sophisticated and available at the same time. A French-Japanese cuisine with hints from elsewhere that seduces Parisians and tourists from all over the world: New York, London, Shanghai, Rio…
Tea and beauty by Ladurée
Ladurée opens its first Thé & Beauté store in Paris. A small store with the colors of the brand that sweetly smells home perfumes and tea, ideally set facing the Tuileries.
A l’Olivier opens its oil bar in Paris to please olive oil puritans! At A l’Olivier, you only have to come choose and let yourself be served loose oil from French origin.
Enjoying a sweet break:
If you love pastry, I’m sure you’ve heard about Le Meurice pastry chef, Cédric Grolet, famous for his fascinating cakes and his fruit sculptures! While his cakes were only served in Le Meurice restaurants, soon, you’ll be able to amaze your family and friends with his pastries, available to take away. Brace yourself, because you’re going to be mesmerized!
The famous bookstore WHSmith opens a Twinings tea salon area in Paris and takes us to the London we love. On the first floor of the legendary British bookstore, facing the Tuileries, a tearoom offers us 100% British breakfasts and many exceptional teas to be served with scones and American pastries, while you read fascinating books.
Tuileries pastry store
This tearoom set in a former art gallery offers about fifty seats and serves simple yet delicious dishes: soups, grilled cheeses and even salads without forgetting the many delicacies that made Sébastien Gaudard’s fame!
Having a drink:
Le Meurice Bar 228
Perfectly set across the Tuileries, between the Place de la Concorde and the Louvre, Hôtel Le Meurice is the place to be since 1835, it’s a true gem in terms of French palaces. Le Meurice barman chef William Oliveri, said to be one of the best, fully take part in the success and the story of Bar 228.
Mil’a is a restaurant-bar-tapas where you’ll love to come and have a drink with friends and have a quick bite. Festive and friendly atmosphere guaranteed!