Our good plans – November


Looking for a cosy spot in the heart of Montmartre, a quick lunch or a break with a drink? Do you enjoy dining with friends, lovers or family in a warm and friendly atmosphere…

Welcome to Un zèbre à Montmartre, a Parisian bistro that welcomes you every day from 9am to 2am for a drink, and until 11:30pm to enjoy its cuisine.


A lively café run by Édouard Lax, who has rejuvenated this old neighborhood bistro with a modern touch. A large terrace, delicious small plates and friendly service await you. The menu includes dishes such as supplì with ‘nduja and pecorino, flatbread with lamb kebab, rosemary focaccia and chocolate mousse with caramelized hazelnuts. Here you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. Drinks range from classic cocktails to natural wine selections and non-alcoholic options. Prices range from €4 to €27. It’s a must-see!


Maison Kalios is the consecration of an enduring adventure: that of Kalios, founded in 2010 by Pierre-Julien and Grégory Chantzios, Greeks on their father’s side, brothers in the city as well as at the table, determined to help top chefs and everyone else discover the richness of their origins.

Greek canteen open 7/7 days from morning to night, Kalios House offers traditional, fresh and inventive Greek cuisine to eat in or take away. Pita bread with lamb confit 7h, tzatziki with fresh herbs, peppers stuffed with rice and baby vegetables, “Stifado” beef confit with shallots… all dishes are prepared each morning, around seasonal products of exceptional quality.


This typically French restaurant offers delicious hot chocolates and flaky, buttery croissants, warm and inviting, making you feel like a “real” Parisian. Breakfast is easy and delicious here too – a well-stocked table with coffee and juice, omelette, croissant and bread – all so tasty.

You can also enjoy a delicious lunch here!


In this Yam’tcha annex, located at the foot of the Eglise Saint-Eustache, you’ll enjoy simple but straightforward Chinese cuisine, well-flavored and using the finest ingredients. The short menu features a wide range of dim sum dishes, as well as fresh homemade noodles, beef sautéed à l’Impériale and an excellent Galician beef salad with lamb’s lettuce and oyster mushrooms.

Every day, a different menu, composed according to the arrival of products.

Unique Tasting Menu at €170

The chords :
Food and tea / €50
Tean and wine / €70
Food and wine / €90

Closed on Sundays and Mondays.


Visits & outings

The Paris Cocktail Festival looks forward to seeing you on November 24th and 25th for the 7th edition of its dedicated cocktail show at the Élysée Montmartre! An event entirely devoted to cocktails with a capital C, in one of Paris’s most emblematic venues. Tastings, workshops and conferences are all on the agenda, so come and enjoy a real taste experience and discover the taste of the best cocktail creations, in the presence of renowned bartenders!

Age requirement: +18 years.


  • See a film at Le Grand Rex

Between the biting cold and the freezing rain, November is the perfect month to overdose on cinema.

Great deal with tickets for €5.99

🕒 You can use it for the film and session of your choice
📍 Valid in Grand Rex cinemas
❌ Not included: 3D sessions and special events


  • November, photo month

Between the World Press Photo (November 3-December 2), showcasing the year’s award-winning journalistic photos, The Porte de Versailles photo exhibition (November 8 to 12), the Photo Saint-Germainwho is exhibiting his photos in numerous galleries and bookshops on the Left Bank (November 7 to 24)…

You’ll love it!


In 1998, the mahJ opened its doors in the prestigious Hôtel de Saint-Aignan, in the heart of the Marais district of Paris, giving France a museum unique in the world for its vocation. The Sigmund Freud exhibition to mark the mahJ’s twentieth anniversary is the first to be presented in France (1856-1939). With a collection of 200 pieces – paintings, drawings, engravings, books and scientific instruments – including major works by Gustave Courbet (L’Origine du monde), Gustav Klimt, René Magritte and Mark Rothko, the exhibition offers a fresh look at the intellectual and scientific development of the inventor of psychoanalysis, and highlights the great Viennese doctor’s debt to Judaism. An exhibition open to all, and not to be missed!

  • Reduced rate: large families, Friends of the Louvre, 18-25 year olds from outside the European Union
  • Exhibition rate reserved for 18-25 year-old residents of the European Union
  • Free for children under 18.


Every year, the Jardin des Plantes Festival of Lights presents a nocturnal light walk that pays tribute to nature! Gigantic statues of animals and plants illuminated at dusk take over the site. The festival is back again this year for a 5th edition in the winter of 2023-2024, this time taking us to the middle of the rainforests. It’s a jungle on the way to enlightenment!

See you from November 22, 2023 to January 21, 2024.


The month’s highlights in Paris

📸 Paris Photo (09-12/11)

🍷 Le Beaujolais Nouveau (16-19/11/23)
🎄 Thanksgiving (23/11/23)

⚫️ Black Friday (24/11/23)

🍫 Le Salon du chocolat, Paris (26-30/11/23)

🛒 Cyber Monday (27/11/23)