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“A small village in Paris with small shops, many bars, restaurants, caterer, fruits and vegetables, florists, bakery, cheese factory, a permanent open-air market. No cars, ideal for a break or to eat. The walk is pleasant, near the Invalides, the Champs de Mars, and the streets of Grenelle and St Dominic also give a good overview of the life of the traditional and daily life in Paris.”
125 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“You are now on the corner of Rue du champ du Mars and Rue Cler. The Cafe du Marche' is one of the most popular cafes in the neighborhood, with a covered area outside where you can eat all year round. Get there early, as they do not take reservation; it becomes very crowded especially with the chic people of the quartier. There are a number of daily specials on blackboards, at reasonable prices. It's also a fun place to sit and people watch.”
40 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“The Petit Cler offers the atmosphere of a pure Parisian bistro, with its typical decor (molded ceiling, retro tiles, Brewery banquettes, specialty of the day painted on the mirrors). On their scrumptious, but reasonably priced menu, they offer today’s special at € 12.00, with tasty meat and fresh salads. The service is charming, fast and friendly. Something extra that has always seduced us, is that even at cocktail hour, they serve your wine in a beautiful and round digestive glass, a deli meat platter, accompanied with jar of pickles, and crispy toast . A must try during early spring evenings, on the patio, while dreaming in front of the colorful passing crowd in this small village.”
29 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Nice place to have coffee or breakfast in the middle of a pedestrian street. Reknown for their good cocktails. You can also have a complete meal.”
26 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“bons plats, copieux, bon accueil, et déco sympa good dishes, hearty, well received, and nice decoration.”
26 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“A great café that has a something for everyone (pizza, burgers, French food, salads, etc). near the Eiffel Tower on the lively pedestrian street Rue Cler. We love to sit outside! ”
15 locals recommend
Route
“There is all in there... a little pedestrian street with a lots of restaurants, and little shops to by the greatest food ! ”
7 locals recommend
Establishment
“Great Market in a pedestrian street and typical french products sold (Cheese, wine etc.)”
9 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The best italian takeaway food in town, in one of the most lovely the pedestrian street of Paris. It's 2 blocks away from the Eiffel tower...”
8 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Lovely place, typically french! Appetizers:artichaud mimosa, snails. Mains:Crab souffle, tagliatelle with morel cream sauce. Dessert:pistachio ice cream with raspberrries. L'addition s'il vous plait!”
8 locals recommend
New American Restaurant
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“Brunch as if you were in a fancy californian healthy spot. I really like their Acai Bowl (A bit expensive)”
7 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Besides the Invalides in the 7th district of Paris, Le Florimond is the restaurant Pascal Guillaume in it opened in August 199.”
5 locals recommend
Basque Restaurant
“An excellent restaurant walking distance from the appartment, recommended by Wall Street Journal !”
7 locals recommend
Irish Pub
1 local recommends
Route
“(Round the corner) Many "brasseries" where eating a bit, or drinking and two french restaurants : Le Père Claude ("bistrot cooking") and La Gauloise (traditional). Be care : you must add the wine (and coffee) price to the "menu". ”
4 locals recommend
Hotel
“ Open Market ----- Open weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday mornings. Many of the stores are closed on Mondays. “Walking down rue Cler makes me feel like I must have been a poodle in a previous life. It's a cobbled pedestrian street lined with shops run by people who've found their niche...boys who grew up on quiche. Aproned fruit stall attendants coax doll-like girls into trying their cherries. And ladies, after a lifetime of baguette munching, debate the merits of the street's rival boulangeries.”
3 locals recommend