People with money and taste (and also the Kardashians) enjoy heading to gorgeous department store Le Bon Marché, smack in the middle of this posh quarter, for their food and fashion cravings. This area is where you’ll find the upper-middle class of Paris in their natural habitat, undisturbed by tourists throwing peanuts in their enclosure—for example, a white man who was never not 50 years old, has a year-round tan, and wears Tods suede loafers. These are the people for whom driving gloves were invented. If you’re looking to marry rich, this is where you can find the low-hanging fruit of the upper-crust.

coffee + tea spots

Hugo & Victor


cafe varenne

museums + culture

Musée Mail­lol