The Batignolles quarter is the main reason to come all the way to the northwestern corner of Paris: it’s an authentic, quaint area chock-full of hip restaurants, cafés, and shops. Trendy bars dot the streets around Place de Clichy, while the area by Pont-Cardinet train station is part of a sustainable eco-district surrounding Martin Luther King Park: don’t miss HoBa, a cool snack bar with a view perched atop the middle of Martin Luther King park. You can spend a whole day here criss-crossing the streets and enjoying a mostly tourist-free experience.

Coffee shops

Café Dose 

L’entithé Tea House

Ter­res de Café 

Café des Petits Frères

Bakeries + Sweets

Jef­frey Cagnes


Le Wag­on Bleu

Trois Fois Plus de Piment

Le Truf­faut


La Cidrerie des Batignolles


La Vil­la Batignolles

Les Majorettes

Museums + Monuments

Musée Nation­al Jean-Jacques Henner


Chez Ammar

Fripery Paris

Food Markets

Marché Berthi­er

Boule­vard de Reims
Open: Wed — 7a to 1:30p; Sat — 7a to 2:30p

Marché biologique des Batig­nolles (organ­ic)

 34 boule­vard des Batig­nolles
Open: Sat — 7a to 2:30p

Marché Cou­vert Batig­nolles (Indoors)

31 Rue des Moines
Open: Tue — Fri — 9a to 2p and 4p to 8:30p; Sat — 8:30a to 8:30p; Sun — 8:30a to 2p

Marché Navier

Rue Navier
Open: Wed — 7a to 1:30p; Sat — 7a to 2:30p



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