A lunchtime Odyssey
  • 30
  • Jun
  • 2009

The oldest covered market in Paris, the Marché des Enfants Rouges was established in the early 1600s and remains a center of Marais life.

A new structure has replaced the original, but it still houses cheesemongers, vintners and grocers.

Better there’s a bounty of small restaurants that resembles a Benneton ad : Italian, Japanese, French, Afro-Caribbean, Middle-Eastern.

Enter the market at Rue Charlot.
Le Marche des Enfants Rouges,39 rue de Bretagne
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30-1PM and 4PM-7: 30PM
Friday, Saturday- 8h30AM-1PM and 4PM-8PM
Sunday: 8:30AM–2PM
M°: Filles- Calvaire or Temple


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