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Food and restaurants in 9th arrondissement of Paris

Top restaurants

Department Store
“Galeries Lafayette is not far away and nice if you want to do some shopping ! ”
  • 594 locals recommend
Bistro
“Local and typical French. Be prepared to stand in the line but it is worth it !”
  • 286 locals recommend
Hotel
“Though the seeds of change had been sown as far back as the late 2000’s, Pigalle’s neighbourhood makeover was sealed in 2015, with two milestone hotel openings. Jacques Garcia, arguably the most celebrated Parisian interior architect of our times, spectacularly transformed a Belle Époque pleasure house into what is now the chic, five-star Maison Souquet hotel. Meanwhile, Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon, the trio behind the Experimental Cocktail Club (ECC), also unveiled their first hotel, Grand Pigalle. The neighbourhood was finally shedding its once-florid image and blossoming into one of the hottest nightlife destinations in Paris. Now it’s positively de rigueur among the cool Parisian bobo set (bourgeois bohemians).”
  • 218 locals recommend
Brasserie
“Very conveniently located and spacious. Not my top recommendation but if you smoke, you might enjoy its separate bar/dining area for smokers.”
  • 142 locals recommend
Music Venue
“Very famous nightclub with French variety and rock'n roll. Funniest parties of my life !”
  • 100 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“Very good burgers, revisited with the French touch. You can eat on site or take away.”
  • 107 locals recommend
Bar
“Traditional Parisian bistro loved by the hip crowd as a weekend meeting spot.”
  • 94 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Lovely place to eat and really cheap. You can eat for 10 euros. Be careful because long queue and no reservation possible but it is worth it.”
  • 72 locals recommend

Cafes

Dive Bar
“ambiance post et pro concert, très détendue, lieu très fourni en flyers pour les concerts! The place before and after concerts all around (La cigale, Le divan du monde, L' 2lysée Montmartre). Nice cool place and many music flyers!”
  • 98 locals recommend
Bakery
“Very nice brunch, literally right below the flat. Your Sunday morning go-to address.”
  • 89 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“More remote area but nice and fancy one. To discover another side of Paris (compared to the eastern part). Trendy, high-quality product. After enjoying a flat-white (our treat!), we suggest to have a walk in the street "Rue des Martyrs". The ball is yours to discover ! :)”
  • 60 locals recommend
Bar
“The bar is located dehind the Moulin Rouge, a must see ! Decoration in vintage, flowery and cosy. You ll enjoy the roof top at the feet of the Moulin Rouge. Go go go !”
  • 56 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Great for coffee in the morning, lunch, cocktail or dinner. Innovative French cuisine in a modern atmosphere, no reservations so a weekend lunch or earlier dinner recommended.”
  • 49 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Inaugurated on May 5th, 1862 by Empress Eugenie, the Café de la Paix is a mythical venue in the capital city, known all around the world. Based on seasonal products, the menu changes regularly according to which products arrive. Eschewing easy ploys, it believes in revisiting the very essence of gastronomy.”
  • 39 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“Authentic fresh french food. Perfect after a morning of strolling around Montmartre.”
  • 55 locals recommend
Bistro
“ Le Delaville café , 36 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle its a beautifuk café, restaurant and uptair they have also a lounge, its very Art deco i really like it aslo. the deco inside it worth a visit ! ”
  • 39 locals recommend

Bakeries

Bakery
“Very nice brunch, literally right below the flat. Your Sunday morning go-to address.”
  • 89 locals recommend
Bakery
“Typical old style Parisien bakery in the old Moulin Rouge neighborhood on your way to Sacré Cœur's basilique funicular, with quite good pâtisserie creations. Some desserts are expensive and some other not much, I recommend to try cacao / orange / figue / walnut bread, croissants aux amandes.”
  • 59 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
“More remote area but nice and fancy one. To discover another side of Paris (compared to the eastern part). Trendy, high-quality product. After enjoying a flat-white (our treat!), we suggest to have a walk in the street "Rue des Martyrs". The ball is yours to discover ! :)”
  • 60 locals recommend
Pastry Shop
“Sebastien Gaudard is one of the best pastry in Paris. They do amazing pastries, croissant and pain au chocolat ! ”
  • 40 locals recommend
Bakery
“Famous bakery, a bit bourgeois, winner of the best baguette a few years back, I love their praline brioche... ”
  • 38 locals recommend
Cupcake Shop
“Just around the corner in rue des martyrs...the famous "choux" Popelini are a must-to-try ;-)”
  • 27 locals recommend
Bakery
“very nice bread. My favourite : le pain des martyrs or la chocolate baguette.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Rue des Martyrs is one of the most animated streets in the 9th and 18th arrondissements. The neighborhood is full of small shops, often run by the same families for multiple generations and attracts both tourists and locals. The design of the space transports guests back in time with Spanish handmade tiles, authentic Belgian scales, orignal stone walls and a beautiful wood framework. The open storefront allows a magnificient view over this charming neighborhood.”
  • 17 locals recommend