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11 places to start the day and 4 places to end the day. Enjoy Paris!
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Famous for its enormous Pain des Amis made with organic flour and buttery croissants.
Have yourself an organic breakfast amidst crates filled with veggies and flour sacks.
Bike rental and coffee shop. After a breakfast with a good Belleville coffee and a doughnut or waffle, explore the city by bike.
Excellent coffees here, including aeropress and filtered coffee. There is a small and constantly changing food menu. Irresistable carrot cake!
A beautiful deli with brick walls filled with all kinds of delicacies. There are a couple of tables where you can have breakfast or lunch.
Hopefully you don't have to wait too long in this tiny bar that is almost always packed with coffee lovers.
Located in the upper Marais with a très cool decor you'll get acai bowls, matcha bowls, avocado tartine, pancakes, homemade lemonade and juices.
This tiny Portuguese family-run coffee-shop and 'pastelaria' sells delectable 'Pastéis de Nata' (custard tarts) and succulent 'Bolas de Berlin.
Be surprised by the American-Australian-French breakfast menu and by the fact that everyone speaks perfect English. This is Paris 2016.
Think freshly baked carrot cake, scones, matcha cake, granola, lentil-goat cheese salad, beet salad with grains, quiches, French cheeses.
The brunch menu offers a giant bowl of granola with fromage blanc, frittata, pastry's, fresh juices, and of course coffee. They have some vegan options as well.
You'll enter a maze of food stalls selling dishes and snacks from all over the world. There are also organic and vegetarian food stalls.
Go here for the roasted cauliflower, pita sandwiches, and vibes. Everything is so darn good here!
Grab a bottle of wine, a baguette, and some French cheese or pâté and set yourself down on the quays along Canal Saint-Martin.
Very well prepared cocktails, insanely good spicy popcorn, and tasteful small plates with lots of veggies.
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