Bar & Restaurant
The Latin Quarter of Paris is marked out by two key pillars: the Sorbonne and the Théâtre de l’Odéon. Students weave through its streets by week, and tourists flock to the neighbourhood come the weekend. It’s never dull around here – liven things up even more by appearing locally with your idea. This shop has a dark-green storefront, with a door in the middle dividing the space into two. Inside it’s currently a bookstore to the left, with an art gallery to the right as you walk in. There’s also an upstairs floor to work with and a lush green courtyard out the back. Launch your idea in this inner-city haven over the course of a few days, as it specialises in short-term lets. Odeon is the closest Metro station and the surrounding area is busiest at the weekend, with affluent tourists checking into luxury hotels dotted around streets nearby. Renowned restaurant Bouillon Racine is a short walk away, as is the bookstore Gibert Joseph and independent retailer Bourgine.