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Old 16-05-2013, 09:46 AM
oul'doll oul'doll is offline
 
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Hello, I'm going to Paris with a couple of friends for 3 days. I've already done the obvious touristy stuff and besides the Keith Haring exhibit which is on in the MaM I don't really have a clue. The girls have earmarked the Moulin Rouge. Sounds like an expensive tourist trap to me but maybe I'm totally wrong and it's very entertaining?
Any ideas at all are appreciated. Including cafes, restaurants, bars and late-bars/clubs.
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Old 16-05-2013, 09:44 PM
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Buy the timeout guide, we got great restaurant recommendations out of it, especially in Montmarte
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Old 17-05-2013, 11:48 AM
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Bistro Les Sans Culottes.
Rue de Lappe,
Bastille.
Starters average €5
Main meals €10-€15
Lots of good bars on this street.


Schwartz Burger Deli
Rue de Ecouffes
American Style
Between Chatlet and Bastille
Ideal for Breakfasts and lunch, very busy at night

Be aware there's an extra charge or sitting outside
the cafes, as much as €2 per drink per round but not
in the above mentioned

Beware of pick pockets.

Moulin Rouge €150 lunch and show with limited alcohol.
Dodgy area at the best of times
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Old 18-05-2013, 11:13 AM
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Schwartz Burger Deli
Rue de Ecouffes
American Style
Between Chatlet and Bastille
Ideal for Breakfasts and lunch, very busy at night
I don't understand why anyone just visiting Paris (as opposed ot living there) would want to eat here?

Both Chatelet and Bastille are vibrant, bustling areas with plenty of choice. Why would you go to an american style diner?
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Old 18-05-2013, 11:31 AM
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I don't understand why anyone just visiting Paris (as opposed ot living there) would want to eat here?

Both Chatelet and Bastille are vibrant, bustling areas with plenty of choice. Why would you go to an american style diner?
^^This.

You're in one of the most famous culinary cities in the world for a few days, and you go eat a burger in fucking Americatown.

Mind-boggling.

Also, I just remembered, go to the Lauduree on the CHamps Elysee, easily the best bakery I've ever been to.
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