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Shopping Break: Our Favorite Paris Lunch Spots Near Le Bon Marché

by Sylvia Sabes
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When not hitting the ol’ cobblestones hunting down the hottest new addresses for her job as Paris Expert for Afar magazine and Luxe City Guides, Sylvia pretends to be swamped disguised as a wife and mom. You can read more of her work at www.SylviaSabes.com (link below) or follow her adventures on FB @SylviaDublanc View Sylvia Sabes's Website

10 comments on “Shopping Break: Our Favorite Paris Lunch Spots Near Le Bon Marché

Linda, there are three gorgeous parks just steps away. Le Square Boucicaut between rue de Sèvres and rue de Babylon is named for the founder of the Bon Marché. Les Missions Etrangères is on the rue du Bac, next the delicious Bac à Glace ice cream stand and Catherine Labouré is a convent garden on the rue de Babylone, behind the Prime Minister’s residence.

Aimee – I don’t know Le Petit Julien… do you have an address? I’d be happy to check it out!

I’m from San Francisco, too. Glad this article was helpful. You are going to love your new adventure!

we are moving to paris part time from San Francisco! Excited and nervous. love your blog .These recommendations are helpful since we are moving to quartier 7Th.

we are moving to paris part time from San Francisco! Excited and nervous. Thank you for your blog .These recommendations are helpful since we are moving to quartier 7Th.

Thanks for the great lunch spot ideas! Don’t forget Le Petit Julien on Rue du Cherche Midi. Classic and delicious cuisine in a sweet and cozy space.

Can I tell you my favourite place to eat in that area?
We love to go to Le Bon Marche food hall…..buy drinks, rolls (& desserts) and take it all to a gorgeous little park that is simply steps from Le Bon Marche. We have done this many, many times….even sat there in a light snow fall.
I know we shall do the same, when next we return to Paris.

I just love your blog. I hope to one day go to France: to speak the language, eat the food and experience the culture. I think your blog is my new motivation to learn french and to become more fluent in it.

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