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[100% kid-friendly café] Mama’lou – Paris 15th (closed)

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Credit: Mama’lou

Bad news at this address. This kid-friendly place is now closed. 🙁

Mama’lou is a new 100% family-friendly 15th arrondissement place. It is settled to be a rest place for parents with kids, for them to chat, enjoy a piece of cakes and coffee or work while kids are playing in the play area, practicing in a workshop or during a birthday party.

For kids: a nice play wooden hut full of toys; and of course all the baby and kids facilities such as high chairs, changing facilities, kid toilet.

For adults: coffee, tea, cakes, snacks … and relaxing time!

Mama’lou organizes workshops for kids and adults in French and English.

Mama’lou
20 rue Violet
75015 Paris
Tel : 06 99 80 70 24

Open Tuesday – Friday 8:30am – 6pm / Saturday 9:30 – 5pm

https://www.facebook.com/chezmamalou/

 

 

 

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[delicatessen and café] Bleu Olive, Paris 7th

A nice finding with Bleu Olive, delicatessen and café in the heart of 7th arrondissement. Welcoming staff, cosy atmosphere and a pretty menu.

For lunch a short (but attractive) menu shows salads, tarts, cold cuts, sandwiches in which each of you will find its preferred one.

Kids are welcome: high chair, changing facilities and a play corner are ready for them.

Parents and kids will enjoy a stop in the friendly place when strolling the city.

By the way, Bleu Olive is also a delicatessen: check and find the good and tasty products (cakes, tea, snacks, salted or sweet products) to bring back home for you next breakfast or snack!

Read more about the family-friendly café Bleu Olive on Sprudge here.

Bleu Olive
184 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris

Tel : 01 74 64 69 89

Open : Tuesday – Thursday 8:30am – 5:30pm / Friday 8:30am – 9pm (Vendredi-Apéro Gourmand) / Saturday 10am – 7pm

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[restaurant] 750g la table – Paris 3rd

restaurant with baby chairs in paris
750g la table ©cecilejaillard

750g la table is at first a recipes website. And to share these recipes in “real life”, its founder created 3 restaurants in Paris and nearby.

In the 3rd arrondissement, you’ll find one of them, just 2 steps away from the kid-friendly Arts et Metiers museum: in the large room, colorfull furniture, black board with menu and a friendly staff. In the plate, family-style dishes all made with fresh and seasonal products.

For families, restaurant is equipped with baby chairs and a play corner – equipped with a little kitchen – your child will be directly inspired by the chef nearby.

750g la table
75 rue de Turbigo
75003 Paris
open Wednesday – Sunday, 12noon – 2 :30 pm and 7 – 10 :30pm

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[toys and decoration store] Le Ciel est à tout le monde – Paris 5

Toys and decoration store Jardin du Luxembourg
© Le Ciel est à tout le monde

Few steps from Jardin du Luxembourg, you’ll discover one – actually 2 ! – stores dedicated to children : Le ciel est à tout le monde.

In one, baby and children clothes, sleeping bag, cuddly toys, in the other nice toys, lunch sets, scooters and much more.

Many brands are present of which Petit Jour with its Petit Prince, Barbapapa, Maisy Mouse and many of our kids heroes (!) melanine sets, Djeco and its creative and wooden toys, Aden + Anaïs giant swaddle blankets.

For sure, you’ll find there enough to please kids, parents or purchase a nice gift.

Address: 10 rue Gay Lussac – 75005 Paris
https://www.facebook.com/lecielestatoutlemonde/

Open Tuesday – Saturday 10 :30am – 7pm

Other address in Paris 9th : 7 avenue Trudaine – 75009 Paris

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[Restaurant] Le Pavillon des Canaux Paris 19

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© Le Pavillon des Canaux

You are looking for a completely unique restaurant which makes you travel in time? We propose to go to Le Pavillon des Canaux in the 19th near the Villette’s dock.

This is not a restaurant like the others because it’s an house with all its rooms: the kitchen, the bedroom, the living room, the bathroom … where you can have a drink or eat there!
The principle : you choose a piece that you like and you go to the bar to order what you want!

For families, the terrace is spacious and the children in their high chair eating their cakes with relish. Otherwise go to the first floor which is the most “kid-friendly”, you’ll even find a changing table.

It also offers workshops for children and adults to see their programming page. Here are some pictures to make you want go :

Le Pavillon des Canaux 39, quai de la Loire 75019 Paris
Metro: Laumière
From Monday to Wednesday from 10:00 to 0:00 / Thursday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 1 am / Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00

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[snack with kids] Le Pain Quotidien – Paris 11th

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Bastille area is packed with cafes and restaurants but few of them are welcoming for families with babies.

Le Pain Quotidien is a chain of cafes installed in bakery. You’ll be served there fresh organic bred, croissants, pains au chocolat, pastries but also salads and light dishes. You may seat at the large table present in all restaurants of the chain or at smaller table.

High chairs and changing table are available to suit baby needs.

Le Pain Quotidien 24 rue de Charonne 75011 Paris
Open Monday – Sunday, 8am – 8pm

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Square René Le Gall, a large public garden for the whole family in Paris 13

public garden with playground paris 13The René Le Gall garden is an “off tourist road”, located near Place d’Italie and the entrance is on the street Corvisart. You’ll find there an access ramp for strollers and will arrive on the large playground, where there are also swings.

In the other areas, you may stroll through the aisles surrounded by trees and discover its roses garden.
For having picnic with your family, tables are available or you may chose to lay in the grass. In short, there’s something for all ages!

28 rue de Croulebarbe/rue Corvisart – 75013 Paris
Open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Paris public gardens opening times depends on sunshine/sunset hours)

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[children clothing store] ie – Paris Le Marais (3rd) / Montmartre (18th) (closed)

Bad news at this address. This kid-friendly place is now closed. 🙁

In Le Marais, I found out this pretty colorful store of baby and children clothing with colored shirts, baby sleeping bags, trousers and much more. “ie” designs its own fabric and have it printed and assembled the traditional way in its workshop.

The store also sells vintage toys such as metal trains and cars, puzzles, books for children. ie  collections are also sold in its second store in Paris on Butte Montmartre.

ie 128 rue Vieille du Temple 75003 Paris Open Tuesday- Saturday 11am- 7:30pm / Sunday & bank holidays 1 – 7:30pm

ie 94 rue des Martyrs 75018 Paris

http://ieboutique.com/ or facebook page

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[Parisian brasserie] – Comptoir Voltaire – Paris 11th

You’re looking to get a drink or lunch in a typical Parisian brasserie in Nation neighborhood? Stop at Comptoir Voltaire and order a croque-monsieur, a Parisian salad dish or a mousse au chocolat… and enjoy daily Paris life – this man stopping for a quick café at counter on his way to work or this family having a snack back from next playground.

Comptoir Voltaire is equipped with high chair and a piece of furniture will allow you to change baby in bathroom.

253 boulevard Voltaire – 75011 Paris – Tel : 01 43 73 40 54
www.comptoirvoltaire.com
Open 7 / 7 from 6:30 till 2am

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[Pretty toys store] « Dis Maman… » Paris 14th

toys store paris 14 2 steps from the lively rue Daguerre (with its typical Parisian food stores) and place Denfert-Rochereau, we found out this pretty independant 100% dedicated to kids.

You’ll find there a selection of toys for all ages, building blocks, dolls, cuddly bears but also children’s room decoration and baby products.

You’ll be warmly welcome by the store manager who is always ready to help! In short, whether you want to prepare a gift or just purchase a nice toys, just go to “Dis maman…est ce que tu sais tout ?”

21 rue Brézin 75014 Paris
Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30am – 7:30pm
https://www.facebook.com/dismamanestcequetusaistout/

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