Made famous by a 1938 eponymous film (video below), “Hôtel du Nord” is a legendary venue that is quintessentially ‘bobo’ (bourgeois-bohemian) with an exciting fusion of history and modernity. One of these “as Parisian as it gets” places.
This popular spot by the Canal Saint-Martin scene serves moderately priced bistro fare in a dark, deliberately shabby room with antiques, tiles and an old zinc bar.
Nice for lunch, dinner but also coffee and drinks, best sipped on the terrace full of international hipsters on Spring and Summertime. Check out the menus.
Every day: 10:30 am - 1:30 am
Where: 102 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris, France
Metro: Jacques Bonsergent (Line 5)