Month: September 2015

[restaurant – Paris 1er ] An American touch in Paris!

In the center of Paris, in the first district, hides the typical american restaurant Joe Allen. You will enjoy it a modern and delicious American kitchen. We had a real very favorite for the desserts! English is the first language at Joe Allen, even the menu is in english! The atmosphere is there friendly, and the children are welcomed with a smile! There is no child menu  or nursery, but high chairs  and booster seats are provided to parents.

English spoken (of course ! and French as well…)

Joe Allen Paris
30 rue Pierre Lescot
75001 Paris
Open 7/7 12noon – 1pm (11am – 0:30am on Sunday)
Métro Etienne Marcel, line 1

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[family friendly cafe] L’étoile de Montmartre (closed)

Bad news at this address : this family-friendly address in now closed.

At bottom of Butte Montmartre (on 18th arrondissement side, a bit below Lamarck metro station), l’Etoile de Montmartre is a 100% child-friendly address: small table and chair, with available pictures for coloring and children books, high chair…and even a child toilet (the first one I’ve ever seen in a non specifically baby cafe in Paris!).

For adults, traditional brasserie meals (burgers, pasta, “boeuf carottes”, salads etc…). Wifi access, meal served all day long and a real Parisian neighbourhood customers.

L’étoile de Montmartre
26 rue Duhesme
75018 Paris

Open 7/7
From 7:30am till 1am (Saturday & Sunday 10am – 1am)

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