Our good plans – September


Le Mermoz is a neo-bistro housed in a former bistro in Paris’s 8th arrondissement – mosaic floors, J-shaped zinc, Art Deco chandeliers. Californian chef Thomas Graham delights with his warm, precise cuisine. From appetizer to dessert, it combines comforting dishes with surprising flavors. Let yourself be tempted by this creative cuisine, with incredible graphics on every dish. The must-try: squash stuffed with chestnuts.

Open Monday to Friday, noon to 2.30pm and 7pm to midnight.


Le Calife is a boat-cruise with meals included, where the boat is located under the Pont des Arts opposite the Louvre. Dine or lunch under the Paris skyline, in the historic heart of the City of Light with its ornate monuments. Enjoy gourmet French dishes while admiring Paris and its monuments. Boarding is either at 12:15pm for lunch, or at 8:15pm for dinner. A 2-hour gastronomic cruise!


Just a stone’s throw from Rex on Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle, the Rosie Lou brasserie shines with a thousand lights.
Rosie Lou is a convivial moment on the Atlantic coast, a desire to pronounce the word chocolatine and drink Jurançon.
Seating for 130, a festive mezzanine that can be made private, cuisine inspired by the South West (we love you, Maïté!) and the sea, a sharp cocktail bar and great little bottles are the original recipe for this brasserie.
Nota bene, a reduced ticket for theaters is available, so please book in advance.


Bakery with a wide selection of pastries, sandwiches and more, including quiche, ham and cheese croissants, giant meringue, pain au chocolat, croissants, macaroons, palmiers, Saint-Honoré and many more. If you’re looking to buy pastries and desserts that are as beautiful as they are delicious, this is the place!

Perfect for a few treats for late-night snacks in the apartment or for breakfast.


Quaint veggie restaurant on the quayside, a stone’s throw from Place du Châtelet. Maslow is a vast 120-cover loft, with white walls, orange banquettes like the revolutions and progressive appetite in all its words when it summons up local, regenerative, organic, sustainable agriculture, “low impact”, concern for allergens, employee well-being and responsible, self-proclaimed virtuous cuisine that refuses meat and fish. A good address for all vegans (and others too), you’ll love the vegetables!





Visits & outings

The Journées du Patrimoine return on September 16 and 17, 2023, for their 40th edition. In Paris and the Ile-de-France region, it’s a chance to visit free museums, places that are exceptionally open, unusual guided tours and other great activities, on the theme of “Living Heritage” and “Sports Heritage”. Whether you’re with family, friends, a couple or on your own, this flagship cultural event is a must-see. And with good reason: there’s something for everyone!


  • Paris Fashion Week refers to all the fashion shows held in the French capital twice a year for women and twice a year for men. It’s fashion’s hottest rendezvous! Major foreign fashion houses such as Valentino (Italy), Dries Van Noten (Belgium) and Stella McCartney (UK) prefer Paris to their home capitals. You’ll find them in several locations: Chanel at the Grand Palais, Dior at the Tuileries or the Rodin Museum, Louis Vuitton at the Cour Carrée of the Louvre.


Hundreds of thousands of people are gearing up for a historic event in Paris on Saturday September 23. The Techno Parade, France’s biggest popular electro party, returns to the streets of the capital to celebrate its 25th anniversary and perpetuate its commitment to better recognition of electronic music. Take to the streets of Paris!



In this exceptional exhibition, discover some of the world’s most precious treasures, including the Treasure of Tanis and fascinating stories about Ramses, his life, reign and posterity. A collection of incredibly well-preserved masterpieces are on display: animal mummies, statues, sarcophagi, royal masks, sumptuous jewels and amulets. The exhibition also inaugurates an immersive virtual reality experience featuring arguably Ramses II’s most impressive monuments: the Abu Simbel temples and the tomb of Queen Nefertari. An escape game included with the exhibition is also on offer in the Parc de la Villette.

Price :

  • dated tickets = €20 to €26
  • open tickets = €32
  • guided tour = €34 to €36


How about a leisure park around Paris? These leisure parks with artificial beaches are the ideal solution for sunbathing, picnicking and swimming just like at sea, with fun activities to boot. Parisians, here’s a pleasant and inexpensive way to take a vacation close to our capital. The editorial team gives you a detailed presentation of the 12 leisure islands in Ile de France, where swimming and other activities are once again waiting for you in the summer months.



Our partner plan!

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“offers you a complete picnic service: food, high-quality French wine. Come and enjoy this delicious picnic with friends, couples or family, with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.

Thanks to Tamara from @discovereveryflavor, an American with a passion for good food and French wine, experience a unique and special moment in one of the capital’s most beautiful places!

Picnics start at €295 for 2 people and include a wooden board filled with French delicacies, a bottle of wine, a wicker basket, a blanket, utensils and a little decoration. Additional elements such as a bouquet of fresh flowers, champagne, balloons or even a professional photo shoot can be added to celebrate all kinds of special occasions.

The standard location is in the Champ de Mars park, in a grassy area overlooking the Eiffel Tower. Other locations, such as river banks, are also possible.

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