Bar & Restaurant
Far from the flamboyant and bohemian Marais, the 17th arrondissement, with its Haussmannian avenues and timeless architecture is the destination of choice for those seeking typical Parisian elegance. This well-presented space has a traditional French feel, with stone walls, exposed beams and wooden flooring. Modest in size, it is well lit, with large windows giving on to the street, and in great condition. The main room is on the ground floor, in the basement you'll find storage space and toilets. Just three minutes' walk from the Monceau and Courcelles metro, this space is easily accessible. In the heart of the 17th, an area mostly visited by locals, it is next to the Parc de Monceau, a green corner, usually free of tourists. Opening on the Boulevard de Courcelles, where Proust grew up, this calm street is host to a range of ready-to-wear shops and popular restaurants.