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Paris Garden

Steep stairways, cobblestoned streets, climbing WISTERIA... the ROMANTIC paradise for artists and dreamers. The wild NIGHTLIFE of Pigalle, with its sex shops and cabarets, a striking contrast to the old-world charm of the SACRE COEUR.

The local: a young, single hipster.

Jardins du haut Montmartre

A country house. A high stone wall. The divinely romantic Renoir Gardens have a view that the other monuments of Paris might envy. Renoir lived here, and it was here that he painted the "Bal du moulin de la Galette." Now it houses works of Toulouse-Lautrec, Modigliani, and more. Through them you'll discover the history of the Butte neighborhood, its studios and cabarets. Undoubtedly the most charming museum in the capital!
12 rue Cortot, 75018 Paris. +33 1 49 25 89 39

Musée de la Vie Romantique

The building, located at the end of a private road, was the house where artists of the Romantic period, such as Delacroix, Chopin and George Sand, spent their evenings building castles in the air and changing the world. After a free visit to the museum, you can test out the wrought iron chairs of the museum cafe, where you'll be surrounded by flowering rosebushes. Just ignore the plastic trays. You go there for the location, not the food.
16 rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris + 33 1 55 31 95 67

Le Carmen

Utter decadence! You will be stunned when you walk into this 19th-century mansion, a certified historical monument. The dramatic high ceilings and crown molding are beyond elegant, while the mirrors hold endless reflections of the luscious, glistening chandeliers. The giant gilded cage in the entryway sets the tone for the sensual, Renaissance decor, inviting you to continue into the bar to select a cocktail to sip on a fainting couch... You have to see it to believe it.
34 Rue Duperré, 75009 Paris +33 1 45 26 50 00

Le Garde Temps

You'll find this classic Parisian bistro between Clichy and Pigalle. Long, narrow dining room, tables lined up against walls of bare stone peppered with large slates. Fabulous! Enter the smiling chef, Pierre Siewe, who changes the menu every month and uses only the freshest seasonal products available. On the menu, fricassee of chanderelle mushrooms, or coq au vin with tart baby onions and pureed parsnips, or broiled scallops with celery puree.Yum! 19bis Rue Pierre Fontaine,75009 Paris, +339 81 48 50 55

Au Clocher de Montmartre

Hurry over to the restaurant of Antoine Heerah. The chef, originally from Mauritius, may soon be passing the baton, so now's the time to go here for lunch. While you're at it, enjoy the tasteful vintage restaurant decor, as well as the view of the gray rooftops of Paris. We love it! Excellent bistro cuisine, classic desserts from the pastry chef of Chamarré. Guaranteed to please.
10 Rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris
+33 1 42 64 90 23

Atelier boutique Vanina Escoubet

Here, in South Pigalle, you'll discover the essence of Parisian designer Vanina Escoubet in her lovely studio-boutique: sweaters, dresses, original skirts, blouses... Her very feminine clothes, with a hint of retro and romance, as well as couture-quality touches, include a very popular selection of accessories (including jewelry Virginie Mahe and knitting Charlotte Sometime). French made. Expect to spend about 100€ per item. 1 Rue Henry Monnier, 75009 Paris +33 1 42 74 31 42

La Case de Cousin Paul

The latest must-have item for French apartments! These garlands of illuminated balls on colored wires give a room a unique feeling, and with a wide range of colors to choose from, you can create just about any effect. They look great even when they're off and, when they're on, they make any space feel festive and inviting. Choose a pre-made garland, or build your own!
4-6 Rue Tardieu, 75018 Paris
+33 1 55 79 19 41

Petite Mendigote

This is where hip Parisian women go for their accessories. In the shop window, little pouches with girly phrases emblazoned on them (12€), hobo bags in soft leather, and high-heels sporting a dash of sparkle all fight for your attention. This somewhat bohemian and quite accessible brand has a very Parisian vibe, with clothing and accessories that are ideal for going out without getting too dressy, or even for work.
1 rue des Abesses, 75018 Paris