For lunch or tea time ! (open at 11 am) very good french food (some vegan) and accessible. Beautiful place at the bottom of Sacred heart and library insise and raw art museum too.
Rotating exhibitions as well as fabulous book store and coffee shop.
while walking in the Saint Pierre Market area, it is a nice place to have a look around. they usually have good exhibitions
“Historic movie theater from the 1920s. International movies with French subtitles.”
“5mn from the flat, very good movie theater for independant international movies with subtitles”
“Founded in 1960, it was built in the seventeenth century as the Bel Air House and is the oldest building in Montmartre. During its heyday, 12 rue Cortot served as a residence and meeting place for many artists including Auguste Renoir, Suzanne Valadon and Émile Bernard, who held their studios here, as well as the fauve artists Emile Othon Friesz and Raoul Dufy. Certainly one of the most charming museums in Paris.”
“Le Trianon is a historical Italian style theater built in 1902 that was totally refurbished and renovated in 2010. It is located in the 18th district of Paris at the entrance of the Montmartre neighborhood. Besides the theater – music hall, le Trianon has a ballroom which serves as a large bar during shows. This establishment which investigated all the performing arts and gathered on its posters stars so different as talented is now hosting concerts of French and international artists.”
“Welcome to Espace Dalí, close to the Place du Tertre, in the artistic district of Montmartre. The permanent exhibition offers the largest collection in France of sculptures, engravings and lithographs created by Salvador Dalí, the master of Surrealism. Here we can discover an artist who wished to capture the great themes as he saw them in such works as The Persistence of Memory, but also the Venus Spatiale, an embodiment of beauty, Dali-style. Here we can also enjoy the designer who applied his unique visionary conceptions to everyday objects, as demonstrated by his Boca Canapé, the famous Mae West Lips Sofa.”