Les Halles

Les Halles is very central, very historic and very energetic. It’s the neighborhood that almost never sleeps. Centuries ago, it was a sprawling food and wares market. Now it’s a sprawling underground shopping center surrounded by street performers (watch out for pickpockets), mainstream stores, an iconic cathedral (the wildly-underrated Saint Eustache), modern gardens and two fantastic art museums (Collection Pinault for contemporary art and, not too far east, the world-famous Centre Pompidou). And most importantly, beaucoup late-night dining…

coffee + tea spots

motors cof­fee

par­ti­san cafe

36 R. de Turbigo

ter­res de café

maxime frédéric at louis vuitton


30 Rue Dus­soubs more a tast­ing event space than a cozy cof­fee shop, res reccomended

the cof­fee

bakeries + sweets

la boulan­gerie de belles manières

jean paul hevin

le choco­lat alain ducasse


Au Pied de Cochon

Le Petit Bouil­lon Pharamond


Isado­ra Cock­tail Bar

museums + culture

59 riv­o­li

bourse de com­merce pin­ault collection

cen­tre pompidou

st. eustache church


Madame Rêve

48 Rue du Louvre

food markets

Marché Saint-Eustache-Les Halles

1 Rue Mont­martre
Open: Thurs­days, Sun­days — 10a to 8p