Bar & Restaurant
Le Marais district is famous for surviving Napoleon’s transformation of Paris. While the rest of the city was turned into wide boulevards, Le Marais maintained its medieval narrow, cobbled streets. Today it’s still distinctively independent: with local bohemian and artistic communities leading the city in terms of fashion, style and food trends. With its speckled tiles and chic white walls, this space on Rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth is contemporary and ready to open as a new gallery idea. There are spotlights in the ceiling, plus light flooding in from windows at the front. At the back, there’s also a toilet and room for a desk or office space. Just off the main street of Rue de Turbigo, this space sits among other contemporary galleries like XPO Gallery and Galerie Mamia Bretesché. It’s just a 5-minute walk to Temple and République Metro stations from here.