Bar & Restaurant
Once the haunt of Jean-Paul Satre, Simone de Beauvoir and Pablo Picasso, tourists flock to Saint-Germain-des-Prés for a taste of the city’s famous cafe culture. Yet today this district is just as popular for its high-end shopping and fine dining as it is the arts. This space is well signposted from the street. However it’s only accessible via an alleyway, so you’ll need to think about how best to draw people in from street level. Inside, it’s a bright former gallery space in perfect condition. The space is made up of a series of connecting rooms, great for immersing visitors in your idea and enhancing the in-store experience. Other neat ideas appearing nearby include the trendy Prescription Cocktail Club, Mangetout by Alain Dutournier restaurant and the Galerie Olivier Waltman. Both Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Odéon Metro stations are a 5-minute walk away. This space is a great bolthole from the busy crowds. Give people reason to stick around.
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