To make the best of your summer in Paris, you better multiply pleasures! So, when it comes to terraces, you’re not only looking for beautiful views or greenery. No, you also want to treat your taste buds with beautiful dishes and tasty flavors.
And it’s perfect since Paris isn’t the gastronomy capital for nothing! So, if you want to go crazy while enjoying the sun, here are the most mouthwatering terraces in Paris!
86 Champs, Pierre Hermé's teahouse on the Champs-Elysées reopens!
World’s best pastry chef and our Picasso of the pastry, Pierre Hermé, opens his first French teahouse and on the Champs-Elysées! This new temple of love of good food covers 1,000 sqm, with a tea salon, a lovely store and an olfactive experience corner by L’Occitane en Provence expects you from June 5, 2020.
Fu Castella opens its terrace
Have you heard of castella? This small pastry from Portugal is finally coming to Paris at Fu Castella. We bet you’ll love this fine and soft cake! To adapt to the situation, Fu Castella opens its terrace starting Tuesday June 2, let's go and enjoy a sweet treat.
Fruttini by MO unveils their new frozen summer fruits available on take away or delivery
Tomato, rhubarb, peach, and other frozen summer fruits are already available on take away and delivery at Fruttini by MO.
Pierre Hermé Café at Beaupassage
Pierre Hermé has opened his second Parisian café at Beaupassage, the new gourmet HQ in Paris. Open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., this new place becomes THE place to be for foodies. For lunch, for teatime and even a brunch, Pierre Hermé seduces us with a beautiful sweet and savory offering.
Mabrouk: Jewish Tunisian cuisine comes to Paris 3rd arrondissement
Mabrouk is a small corner of Tunisia in the upper Marais. A bit as if someone cut a piece of the La Goulette neighborhood and put it there, at the corner of the rue Réaumur and the rue Saint-Martin, just across the Eglise du Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers, a stone’s throw from the Arts et Métiers metro station.
Paris best pizza is back as La Manifattura reopens!
The second edition of the “Best Pizza in Paris” championship left the veils on the finalists and the winner. Set in Montparnasse, La Manifattura wins the coveted prize, followed by Eataly Marais and That’s Life restaurant. Good news, la Manifattura reopened in early June and hs now fully reopened on June 15, 2020!
Yaya, the Greek food restaurant by Juan Arbelaez and Kalios
Open in 2017 in Saint-Ouen, Yaya, the Greek and Mediterranean food restaurant by Juan Arbelaez and Kalios is an authentic invitation to travel for your taste buds, to (re)discover on their terrace starting from June 2, 2020. Follow us, we are leaving for Greece.
Le Petit Bouillon Pharamond: tiny prices, maxi pleasure
Let’s meet at Les Halles to discover a new Parisian bouillon, Le Petit Bouillon Pharamond. A place where you can enjoy Parisian bistronomy classics for tiny prices but maxi pleasure!
Homer Lobster rue Rambuteau: the first Lobster Roll restaurant in Paris
Lobster rolls enthusiasts will now have their taste buds fulfilled thanks to the opening – in early February 2018 – of Homer Lobster, the new gourmet address of Moïse Sfez. An address nestled in Paris 4th arrondissement.
Mon Square, Quentin de Fleuriau’s first restaurant in Paris
Paris 7th arrondissement welcomes a new restaurant giving pride of place to seasonal and French cooking. Its name? Mon Square.