Parisian Living

Rue Myrha: One of the Coolest Corners of Paris’ Goutte D’Or

by Elena Berton
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Elena Berton

Born in Italy, Elena Berton swapped her native Venice for life in the United States and England before making Paris her home, where she can indulge in cooking, lurking in boulangeries and walking around in high heels. She has written for Dow Jones Newswires, Reuters, the Wall Street Journal, Women’s Wear Daily, Time Out London, the Daily Telegraph and the Guardian. View Elena Berton's Website
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Palmyre Roigt

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2 comments on “Rue Myrha: One of the Coolest Corners of Paris’ Goutte D’Or

You forgot the wine shop “don doudinou” wich is a great place too : https://www.facebook.com/LaCaveDeDonDoudine/

If this is considered “down town” Paris — I certainly would rather be there than in the centre of Johannesburg, South Africa! I found the story of Adolphe Sax particularly interesting, and would love to visit all the spots you featured. Experiencing a bit of “wish I was there”…. thanks X

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