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5 parisian Cafes and Restaurants you should visit

5 parisian Cafes and Restaurants you should visit

Paris was famous for it's cafes since XIX century. Now this culture has become even more rich and interesting. And there are lots of cafes, used in many good films. Here is a little trip from Parisian film-set-cafe/restaurants. Enjoy!


Cafe des Deux Moulins

15 Rue Lepic, 75018 Paris, France

Of course, the cafe-trip must be started from the most iconic location of the most iconic French film of the last quarter century. Interior of Cafe Des Deux Moulins in Montmartre has been changed slightly from what you saw in film, but it's still cozy and cute place. And there are Amelie's poster all over the place.


Before Sunset
Le Pure Café

14 Rue Jean Macé, Paris, France

This cafe, famously used in Richard Linclater's "Before Sunset" (second film in "Before" trilogy), is a bistro, well known for its burgers.


Midnight in Paris
Le Polidor

41 Rue Monsieur-le-Prince, 75006 Paris, France

This restaurant, opened in 1849, is extremely interesting by itself: Polidor's interior of the restaurant is basically unchanged for over 100 years, and the style of cooking remains that of the late 19th century. Plus, some of the best shots of Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" are set here, such as Gil's conversation with Ernest Hemingway.


Midnight in Paris

3 Rue Royale, 75008 Paris, France

Another iconic restaurant, that is almost stayed the same since 1920's where the hero of "Midnight in Paris" arrives from our age, Maxim's, is kind of expensive. So, visit it if you are really ready.


Paris, je t'aime
Cafe Le Rostand

6 Place Edmond Rostand, 75006 Paris, France

This well known cafe, situated across from the Luxembourg gardens, is one of the many locations in "Paris, je t'aime" almanach. Remember the separated couple that meet meet here for one last drink before they officially divorce and get served by co-director Gérard Depardieu.

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