Bar & Restaurant
With its 17th century architecture, the Haut Marais district is a walk through Paris past. That was, until the city's newest brands, eateries and galleries began popping up in recent years. Mixing impressive history with inspiring neighbours, this space is not far from the Marché des Enfants Rouges food market. Paris's oldest covered market is busy each day. This space is split across two floors. The top floor is metallic with big windows at the front and contemporary white finishes throughout. Downstairs in the basement you'll find vaulted ceilings typical of buildings in the Marais neighbourhood, plus office space and a kitchenette. Art exhibitions, luxury furniture brands, and high fashion concepts would complement the space well. The Upper Marais is a discerning shopping destination: check out La Boutique Pauline, Monsieur Lacenaire and Ron Dorff close by. In the evening, you can hear music from the nearby Carreau du Temple contemporary arts space.