Canal St. Martin

What is the middle age of hipsterdom? Come to the Canal and see it up close. Le Canal St. Martin is cool for what it is — a refuge of sorts…as Paris gets even more gottdamn TV shows, it becomes even MORE touristy, and the Canal is our little hiding place — alas, every year sees more beige-assed corporate encroachment. BUT! All is not lost: It has great restaurants, like the used-to-be underrated Le Verre Volé. And Gros Bao. And Ima Cantine. And La Marine… You get it.

coffee shops

Ima Can­tine

Radio­days

Bon­jour Jacob

Res­i­dence Kann Coffee

bakeries + sweets

Kubo Pâtis­serie

Yann Cou­vreur Pâtisserie

Sain Boulan­gerie

Du Pain et des Idées

JJ Hings Ice Cream

Aux Péchés Normands

Den­ver Williams Chocolate

Amor­i­no Gelato

Plan D — DWICH & GLACE

restos

Ear­ly June

Breizh Café

Le Verre Volé

Bouil­lon Chartier

Holy­bel­ly 5

Holy­bel­ly 19

bars

Le Gour­bi Palace

Le Car­il­lon

Le Top at Point Éphémère

Le Comp­toir Général

La Cidrerie du Canal

Grav­i­ty Bar

Le Cinquante

Potemkine cafe

hotels

Le Cit­i­zen

shopping

Made­moi­selle Claverie

food markets

Marché Alib­ert

Rue Alib­ert
Open: Sun — 7a to 2:30p