The Champs Elysées are a mix between very fashionable and cheap touristic stuff, each side of the road is very different, sending opposing messages. On the right side (the Arc de triomphe in from of us) you have a huge H&M, a Zara and some clubs. On the right side you have Nespresso, Louis Vuitton, it’s on this side of the street, at the top, where the well-known communication agency, Publicis, decided to open its own “drugstore”.
You have a restaurant and a cafe, a nice view of the street, a great place to start the day (or have a meeting), you have a cinema and you have the drugstore. The best part about this shop is that you can buy foreign magazines, books about cooking or travel, but you also have nail art stuff and pretty jewels and perfume.
The place also host a Joel Robuchon restaurant, where you can eat and discover the finest of French cuisine, with two stars at the Guide Michelin. Better made a reservation before you go.
And you also have food! Macarons or salad on the go. What I like about this place is not just the great location, but also the fact that it lets me enjoy the finest of French food and culture. It is also a good place to buy presents.