Previously the largest wine market in the world, the Cour Saint-Émilion is a cobblestoned, pedestrian promenade, with its former storage houses turned into mainstream chain restaurants and shops. There’s nothing else of note in this nabe apart from this pretty cobblestoned street, the nearby park, the megaplex showing flicks mercifully NOT dubbed in French, and the occasional art installation. If you’re a Frank Gehry fan, check out his architecture at the nearby Cinémathèque Française, a small building housing a cool museum dedicated to cinema with tons of well-curated indie and historic movies in their repertoire. For a taste of quirkiness, there’s the Pavilions of Bercy, a private museum showcasing old attraction park rides from the 19th and 20th centuries. Except between Christmas and early January, when it’s open to the public, you need to prebook for a tour (the vintage, working rides require hosting and handling by experts), so take this into consideration.