The Best Truly Local Coffee & Tea Shops in Paris

No matter whether you’re a coffee or tea person, Paris and its caffeine/theine outlets have you covered. Our locals know the best cafes and tea rooms to relax and recharge, get productive or enjoy your free time with your favorite beverage… or you may discover local preparations and completely different new drinks. Multinational chains can’t hold a candle next to our locals’ favourite coffee shops. Check them out!

Blé Sucré – Mouthwatering croissants and cakes

Blé Sucré – Mouthwatering croissants and cakes

Image by Yuko Ogino

“Blé Sucré” still makes my favourite croissant in Paris, even after all these years! This little bakery/pâtisserie makes me weak in the knees…

Full Article by Yuko Ogino

Boot Café – Cocooning with coffee

Boot Café – Cocooning with coffee

Image by Julia Fortuin

“Boot Café” in Paris is a small, intimate cafe with great decoration. They have no wifi or phone reception here, so grab one of the large photo books!

Full Article by Julia Fortuin

Butte aux Cailles – High bar density on a hill

Butte aux Cailles – High bar density on a hill

Image by Julia Fortuin

“Butte aux Cailles” is a Paris neighborhood I escape to all the time and it really feels like entering village life. It’s just a few streets but they’re…

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Cafe Rey Bastille – €1 espresso & a warm welcome

Cafe Rey Bastille – €1 espresso & a warm welcome

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“Cafe Rey Bastille” is a coffee pitstop in Paris, a refined gem set in the gritty hub around Bastille. I like that it’s cheap and the servers always smile.

Full Article by Paul Wright

Chez Casimir – “Good things”

Chez Casimir – “Good things”

Image by Yuko Ogino

‘Let’s meet at “Chez Casimir”‘ now automatically translates into ‘let’s go have the best brunch in Paris’ in my head…

Full Article by Yuko Ogino

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