I’ve come to the realization. It is so hard to stay on top of all the newest cafés that open up, on what seems like a monthly basis here in Paris. This summer we released Paris Cafes from A to Z guide which gives a glimpse inside some of Paris’ hottest cafes as well as off the beaten path options. However, there are a few newbies that have opened since then, that are worth checking out. Here is a list of a few new places to try for all your coffee needs!
Top 10: New Cafés in Paris
1.The Hood coffee, co-working space, great food and sweet treats, and occasional music jam sessions on the weekends.
2. Cozette is introducing a new concept called a ‘dry bar’. It’s essentially a café/juice bar by day, and a dry bar by night where they serve a wide array of non-alcoholic cocktails bar by night with a healthy spin.
3.La Reguilere is a new addition to the evolving neighborhood of La Goutte D’Or. It is bookstore dedicated to a wide range of books including self-published authors, design, and children books. It is also a platform for emerging artists, and a space to participate in workshops and expos.
Bikes and Coffee
4. La Chouette is a cool bike shop in the 10 arroindsement. Each week they receive a selection of refurbished vintage bikes that they fixed up. They also do bike repairs and there is a cafe with a cosy co-working space in the back of the shop.
2 in 1 Cafe
6.PEONIES, has a minimalistic decor that you will love, floral bouquets from the Ile-de-France region, homemade baked goods, and vegetarian friendly food options. They are open early enough to swing by before work, as well as late enough to stop by after work.
7. Manduca has brought tastes of Buenos Aires to Paris. It’s an Argentinean Empanaderia located at 11 rue du Vertbois, 75003 Paris. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10h30 to 22h, it is a perfect place to grab a cup of coffee and read a good book or magazine.
Cafe for the Creative
8. Fringe Coffee , photography, design and coffee all in one place. There is a lot of Scandinavian influence at this coffee shop, with Danish styled tartines, and lovely interior design.
9. La Fontaine de Belleville opened up this summer by the guys from Brulerie de Belleville. They now have their own café open to the public which is a sidewalk styled brasserie with coffee, drinks and food.
10. Passenger Cafe , before it was hard to find a nice place to grab a good cup of coffee in the 12th arrondisement. Now, you don’t have to look too hard! Passenger is cosy down to earth cafe, with beautiful natural light, its the perfect place to grab a book and read or meet up with friends for a coffee date. They also serve food (basic menu, salads, avocado toast, baked goods).
Republique of Coffee, opened up about a month ago, and it is located right off Place de La République. Their specialities are burritos for lunch, and coffee from rotating roasters. The cafe is surronded by large celing to floor window which makes it a perfect spot for people watching!
What are some of your favorite new cafés in Paris?