Five Cozy Romantic Coffee ☕️ Shops in Paris.
Part four of our Valentine's Day mini-series! 💕
Galentines, Valentines, or just a calm self-care day, you'll love these cozy corners in Paris to sip a great cup of coffee or tea. I also share why I love these spaces in the description below.
10 Rue Chapon, 75003 Paris
Open seven days a week, this coffee shop & brunch spot is tucked down a one-way street in the heart of the Marais. I lived on Rue Chapon for many years and loved it for the galleries and tiny hidden eateries.
TRY: The avocado toast or house-made granola.
Tram Café Librairie
47 Rue de la Montagne Ste Geneviève, 75005 Paris
I recently posted a quick tour and reel about this coffee shop & restaurant. For the book lovers in this group, you'll absolutely love this location. Its cozy nooks are perfect for settling in for a good read or a long conversation over a cuppa.
TRY: The croque monsieur or pain perdu (french toast).
Le Pavillon des Canaux
39 Quai de la Loire, 75019 Paris
I started visiting this amazing (and still relatively unknown) location during my first trips to Paris. Located in an old house right on the canal Saint Martin, this funky space features rooms with eclectic furniture, beds to read on, and even a bathtub where you can have a snack in! Of course, I LOVE that their logo features a French bulldog! And you simply cannot beat their terrace on a nice day.
TRY: Their brunch and vegetarian options.
2 Rue des Taillandiers, 75011 Paris
Hidden just off the popular shopping and foodie street Rue de Charonne in the Bastille, this small, modern coffee shop offers their own roasts, friendly and passionate staff, and excellent third wave coffees.
TRY: The cold brew with a cookie.
8 Rue Charles-François Dupuis, 75003 Paris
Adorable, rose-hued coffee shop. Opt for the infrared sauna couple’s experience to heat things up. 😉😉
TRY: The rose latte.
Bisous and bon-week-end, darlings!
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