Month: August 2017

[kid-friendly coffeeshop] Aloha Café – Paris 9th

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© Aloha Cafe

A nicefinding, the Aloha Café, « tropicool and kid-friendly coffeeshop » as it states itself.

Located 2 steps from famous Moulin Rouge, you’ll enjoy coffees (of course !) and other drinks, home-made cakes, cookies and scones. For those who prefer salted savours, enjoy « quiches », bowls and scones.

The place is 100% welcoming for families with its high chair, changing table, books and its children’s corner where they’ll play while adults enjoy their breakfast, lunch or snack.

Address: 32 rue Pierre Fontaine, 75009 Paris
http://www.alohacafe.paris
Open Wednesday – Friday, 8 :30am till 5 :30pm, Saturday & Sunday 10 :30am till 5 :30pm

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Le Chalet des Iles in Paris 12: come for a homemade meal in the heart of Bois de Vincennes

family friendly restaurant bois de vincennesBois de Vincennes is truly a beautiful park in the East of Paris, which is full of places to discover, such as the restaurant “Le Chalet des Iles.

The restaurant is away from the crowds on l’île de Reuilly, on the lac Daumesnil.

On sunny days, you can lunch or dinner in their big garden or take a break on the sofas.
This is a wonderful space, where children can play safely. In winter, the room is heated with a fireplace. Homemade meals are inspired by traditional cuisine will be appreciated by all: the restaurant is family friendly and there are high chairs and a changing table.

Address: Ile de Reuilly, Bois de Vincennes, 75012 Paris
Summer opening times (April to September): from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Winter opening times (October to March): from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
http://www.lechaletdesiles.com/

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A family-friendly restaurant in a park in Paris 14: Pavillon Montsouris

Come for a family lunch or dinner at the summer terrace of the restaurant gastronomique “le Pavillon Montsouris”, located in the park Montsouris. Before or after a beautiful walk in the park, you can enjoy fine cuisine in a 1900’s pavilion.

You can also check the menu on their website. And do not worry! Everything is planned to welcome children: menus, high chairs and a changing table.

Address: 20 rue Gazan, 75014 Paris
Tel.: 01 43 13 29 00
http://www.pavillon-montsouris.com/

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Parc Montsouris in Paris 14: great place for sunny days!

Do you desire a getaway with your family in the South of Paris?

Discover the Parc Montsouris, which is made like an English garden: 15 hectares of green spaces and 1.5 km in circumference in 17th district. There is a lack with ducks and swans over there, many ancient trees which host many birds, huge lawns for picnics or lounging.

If you want to have fun with kids, you have the choice between swings and playgrounds, or you can also offer them a pony ride, a tour of rides, a puppets’ show or eat a crepe! And the best of all… There are toilets for kids!

Finally, you can enjoy many free concerts from May to September.

Address: 2 rue Gazan 75014 Paris
Several access: boulevard Jourdan, avenue Reille, rue Gazan, rue de la Cité-Universitaire, rue Nansouty, rue Emile-Deutsch-de-la-Meurthe
Opening times: from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m (May, June), 24/7 from July to September, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m in September.

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In which of these parks in Paris will you picnic with your kids?

If you are you looking for a place where you can picnic with your family, and where your children can have fun while you enjoy a breathtaking view, we have what you need! Here are 3 Parisian parks which perfectly fit these criteria.

Park de Belleville: This one is full of green spaces, with 1200 trees and his lawn of 1000m², and is located in the 20th district, between the Buttes-Chaumont and Pere Lachaise. But you will find a very particular thing over there: a 30-meters-high terrace, from which you will enjoy a panoramic view of Paris’ monuments.

Address: 47 rue des Couronnes, 75020 PARIS
Opening times: 7/7, from 8:00 a.m. (9:00 a.m. on weekends) to 9:30 p.m.

 

Park Monceau: Near the Champs Elysées, this park has remained unchanged since the time of Napoleon III. Enter through by the large gates of gold and wrought iron and you’ll be surprised by the quietness: the park is completely isolated thanks to the huge trees and luxury buildings that surround it. You’ll like to sit with your kids at the foot of the statues, or also let them romp in the playground, or during a fairground ride or a pony ride.

Address: 35 boulevard Courcelles, 75008 PARIS
Opening times: 7/7, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Park de Bercy: This park includes 3 gardens along the Seine and is well-known for its huge expanses of grass, so you will not have trouble finding a place for a picnic with your family. Besides, the park has many facilities for children: playgrounds, carousels, pony rides, fountains and snacks to take away. You can also go to the restaurant Les 400 Coups, which is very close to the park. Finally, two baby relays are at your disposal near Quai de Bercy.  

 

Address: 128 quai de Bercy, 75012 Paris
Opening times: 7/7, from 8:00 a.m. (9:00 a.m. on weekends) to 9:30 p.m.

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