7 Mar 2016

Five Museum Cafés: The Paris List

 

Museum cafés in Paris can be just as wonderful as viewing the exhibitions.


I have put together a few of my favourite cafés to stop and take a break. Some are fabulous lunch or afternoon tea destinations despite the museum. Museum cafés are often forgotten in the rush to try the latest brasserie.

Don’t forget when planning your adventures Tuesday is often a “closed” day for many museums and their restaurants. xv


Le Frank at Fondation Louis Vuiton in Paris, vickiarcher.com
Le Frank, Fondation Louis Vuitton

8, Avenue Mahatma Gandhi, Bois de Bolougne

Paris 75116

+33 (0) 1 40 69 96 00.

Everyday 12pm – 7pm, Closed Tuesday


Les Ombres at Quai Branly in Paris, vickiarcher.com
Les Ombres, The rEstaurant at Pier Branly

27, quai Branly
75007 Paris
+33 (0)1.47.53.68.00

Everyday for lunch and dinner.


Le Georges at Centre Pompidou in Paris, vickiarcher.com
Georges at the Pompidou

Place Georges Pompidou,

75004 Paris

+33 (0) 1 44 78 47 99

Everyday from 12am to 2pm, Closed Tuesday


Le Saut de Loup in Paris, vickiarcher.com
Le Saut du Loup  at Les Arts Decoratifs

107, rue de Rivoli,
75001 Paris

+33 (0) 1 42 25 49 55

Every day from 12pm to 2 p.m


The cafe at Musee de la Vie Romantique in Paris, vickiarcher.com
The Tea Room at Musée de la Vie Romantique

16 rue Chaptal

Paris 75009

+33 (0) 01 55 31 95 67

Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 6pm.


image on the homepage, the restaurant at musé d’orsay

(Tuesday – Sunday, 11.45am to 5.30pm, Thursdays from 11.45am to 2.45pm and from 7pm to 9.30pm)

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5 Comments

Wendy Troe

What a delightful journey! I also have a particular love for Cafe Marly at The Louvre – and plan to clip this post as the basis for a lovely week in Paris – soon!!!!

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Patricia

One of my absolute favorites is the tea room at the Jacquemart-André in the 8th. Divine pastries in a beautiful setting.

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Sandra

Vicki, pray tell, what is the stunning café in the opening photo of this post—the one with the chandeliers on the ceiling and those uber-cool chairs? Merci. J’adore your blog!

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Vicki

Hello Sandra,

the image on the homepage, the restaurant at musé d’orsay
(Tuesday – Sunday, 11.45am to 5.30pm, Thursdays from 11.45am to 2.45pm and from 7pm to 9.30pm) xv

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