Coffee

Our Top 5 Paris Cafes Right Now

As a Melbournian it makes me happy that the café scene here just keeps getting better. Here are some of my favorites for hiding from the Parisian winter.
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Happy New Year 2020! A Look Back at HiP Paris’s Best Posts of 2019

The best thing about being part of the team on a blog like HiP Paris, aside from all of our amazing readers who keep us on our toes of course, is that we get to work with talented writers and photographers who take us to all four corners of the ...read more
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Sundays in Paris: What to do on a Sunday in Montmartre

Montmartre locals are typically die-hard fans of their touristy-cum-quaint quartier. And we can’t disagree. Here are the 18ème addresses we love....read more
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The Best Places for Coffee and Cake in Paris

From charming tea salons to cool contemporary cafés, here are our top places for an afternoon coffee and cake in Paris....read more
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Sundays in Paris: What to do on a Sunday in the Marais

The Marais stays open on Sunday. Not every shop or eatery, but enough that the neighborhood feels alive on those typically quiet dimanches. ...read more
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Our Top Coffee Spots in Paris’ Saint Germain Neighborhood

The St. Germain district is synonymous with cafés. While its reputation was built on legendary Parisian cafés like Les Deux Magots and Le Café de Flore, these days there’s a whole new variety of cafés percolating throughout the neighborhood. ...read more
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A Design-Forward Paris Coffee Shop: Residence Kann

On a recent stroll through the Canal St. Martin, I stumbled upon the new coffee and concept shop Residence Kann. The cute, modern space, tucked off the canal on rue des Vinaigriers, boasts comfortable furniture, highly curated tableware, and a ...read more

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The Best Australian-Style Brunch & Coffee in Paris

The Aussie brunch, or “brekkie” (short for breakfast), has taken off internationally. Australian’s love to travel, and have taken their passion for brunch and coffee with them, opening cafes in London, New York, and Paris. Locals have jumped on ...read more
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Café or Caffè? French vs. Italian Coffee Culture

On paper, the difference is just one “f” between coffee in Italy and in France — caffè and café. OK, the accent switches, too, but let’s ditch the minutia. In practice, however, the two coffee cultures have much more to argue about with wild, ...read more
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La Main Noire: Elevating Paris’ Café (and Tea) Scene

The latest addition to the Australian school of how-to-start-your day is La Main Noire Collective a group of coffee professionals and devotees who cite Australian coffee and brunch culture as their main inspiration in their quest to “enhance the ...read more
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The Hood Paris: Coffee, Creativity and Gastronomy

The Hood wears many hats, and it carries each one impeccably. By day, the comfortable, airy space serves as a coffeehouse and creative meeting place. By night, a veritable gastronomic address. ...read more
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Cassiopée: Freshly Roasted Coffee, Gluten Free Sweets, and Art in Montmartre

Cassiopée is an art gallery crossed with a coffee roaster-cum-café and furnished like a cozy Parisian living room. It’s the brainchild of half-French, half-Cameroonian Kisito Belibi, whose penchant for coffee history and mythology gave birth to ...read more
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Umami Matcha Café: Japanese Dining, Tea and Pastries in Paris’ 3ème

Tucked away in a quiet street behind the hustle and bustle of the busy Place de la République, Umami Matcha is the first café in Paris to be entirely devoted to matcha, the bitter, grassy-hued powdered tea used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Yet ...read more