Bar & Restaurant
Located just a stone’s throw away from the Palais Royal, Galerie Vivienne is a covered passageway tucked away from the hubbub of the city. Built in 1823, the building is neoclassical in style: complete with Pompeian-style mosaic flooring and a glass ceiling, creating a feel of infinite light and space. Spread over two floors, the space is large and bright. The original wood sculpted window frames and staircase that date back to the 19th century add a hint of rustic charm to the otherwise modern gallery. This is a flexible space with a lot of period charm, well-suited to a range of retail ideas. With easy access to Bourse Metro station, this area is easily connected to the rest of the city. The Galerie currently houses big brands, such as Jean Paul Gaultier and Alexis Mabille. Though the space is centrally located in the capital, the arcade is an undeniable idyll of tranquillity for the upper-classes.