Bar & Restaurant
Once a marshy area on the bank of the Seine, in the 13th century Le Marais became a district for royalty. Grand buildings built in the 17th century, like Pace des Vosges, still stand – attracting tourists here to the 3rd arrondissement. As well as its local sights, Le Marais is distinctive for its original cobbled streets and narrow lanes – in contrast to the wide boulevards across the rest of the city. With steps between two levels, this is a striking retail space – with architecture typical of the district. The space features old stone walls, concrete flooring, covered alcoves, and a long layout. It’s also got exposed wooden beams, for a beautiful space to browse, shop and wander. Famous and successful projects nearby include Beaubien, a concept menswear store, NoMa restaurant, and Carreau du Temple arts and events space.