We get it, you spent the night wining and dining in the city of love. You slept in, you’re rested, and now you’re HUNGRY. We’ve got you! Here are five places to have brunch in Paris:
Can you believe it? An American bakery in Paris! That’s right, one of the owners of Treize (13)- A Baker’s Dozen is from South Carolina. So if you’re looking for some of that down-home southern cooking and friendly hospitality (they literally greet you by saying “Hi ya’ll!”), Treize is your place. Their brunch menu consists of American south inspired dishes such as the “French Toast Biscuits and Fried Chicken” plate and the “Southern Fry –up” which consists of fried eggs, bourbon marinated ham steak, and veggies. YUM! Insider tip: we heard their almond milk cayenne ginger latte is out of this world. They’re moving to a new and bigger location in November 2017, and we’re really excited about it!
16 Rue des Saints-Pères, 75007
Eggs and Co
With fresh bread and fresh pressed orange juice waiting for your arrival, Eggs and Co is a top choice for a Paris brunch. You will remember them for their delicious salmon eggs benedict and the yummy potatoes that come with it. Furthermore, it’s located in a cute neighborhood and has a super friendly staff, so customers find the atmosphere hard to beat.
11 Rue Bernard Palissy, 75006
Café Mericourt is of the same owners as Café Oberkamf and has opened to rave reviews. They do brunch all day! Recommended is their breakfast roll with eggs, bacon, and chili jam, the bircher muesli, the green bowl, and of course, the shakshuka.
22 Rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris
Word on the street (yelp and tripadvisor) is that Fragments has some of the best coffee in Paris. And they are known for their avocado toast, served with a poached. Got a sweet tooth? Customers love the yummy cinnamon rolls or carrot cake! Fragments is on the smaller side, but their atmosphere is cozy and welcoming—perfect for brunch.
76 Rue des Tournelles, 75003 Paris
Season has such an amazing menu, it carries everything from pancakes, granola, and tartines, to acai and matcha bowls. They also serve fresh juices! So if you Find yourself in Le Marais neighborhood, be sure to stop in.
1 Rue Charles-François Dupuis, 75003 Paris