Discover the district through the eyes of the AlbaOperaHotel. It is a festive and trendy district, emblematic of Paris, which lives to the rhythm of art, design and fashion. A must-see during a Parisian stay, it offers contemporary art galleries, shopping sprees with cutting-edge designers as well as culinary strolls, in our selected addresses for you.
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Restaurant Le Pantruche,
An image of today's bistro, smart in its programming, cool in its atmosphere and yet professional and adapted to the fast pace of time. The place is welcoming, and we know how to drink too.
Le Pantruche 3 Rue Victor Massé, 75009 Paris
Traditional bakery specializing in breads, pastries and cookies, also offering coffee and sandwiches, Mamiche has made it a point of honor to make each product 100% artisanal!
45 rue Condorcet 75009 Paris
Casual gastronomic restaurant: the greediness of a creative seasonal cuisine, with lively tastes, sublimated by a pioneering ember cooking in Paris in a friendly atmosphere. The best of the products and wines, also served in their raw state. No conventional decor. Here you enter a refined and original design setting with multiple atmospheres, in the colors of raw and incandescent coal: gray waxed concrete, black bricks, orange lamps and kitchen, scarlet back room.
Address : 36 Rue Condorcet, 75009 Paris
Cuisine works with raw products that they select with care. They come from organic or sustainable agriculture, farm breeding and sustainable fishing. Our wines are organic and/or natural.
50 Rue Condorcet, 75009 Paris
At Rose Bakery, everyone is organic, everyone is nice! The years go by on the rue des Martyrs without this elegant canteen, renovated in 2016 (water green panelling, large communal table, Alvar Aalto chairs) deviating from its credo: healthy, comfortable and seasonal. Buffet-counter with generous vegetable plates, to compose yourself and delicious desserts.
Address : 46 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris
The pastry chef from Lorraine, who has been in the IXe since 2011, has launched a wave of modernization in the rue des Martyrs with his old-fashioned store.
22 rue des Martyrs 75009
Her 100% Parisian jewelry is designed in the heart of her workshop on rue des Martyrs, a place that also allows her to create custom-made models on demand, where customers choose their own stones.
81 Rue des Martyrs, 75018 Paris
La Cigale is a Parisian concert hall.
La Cigale opened in September 2013 the restaurant "La Cantine de la Cigale". The restaurant is next to the Cigale. It is not uncommon to run into artists playing at La Cigale at the Cantine de la Cigale, in the afternoon or evening after the concerts.
Popelini is the place to go for cream puffs. Here you can taste these pastries through more than ten greedy recipes for all tastes!
44, rue des martyrs 75009 Paris
Fine bistro cuisine prepared in an open kitchen and served in a Scandinavian decor with wooded lines.
8 Rue Hippolyte Lebas, 75009 Paris
A.P.C., which stands for Atelier de Production et de Création, is a French ready-to-wear brand, founded in 1987 by Jean Touitou.
64 rue Condorcet 75009
Mick Jagger carving a red mullet cooked on the flame, Christian Lacroix sucking on mussels with harissa, Lady Gaga having a grape granita at the end of the meal... Some beautiful people have been decorating the trompe-l'oeil walls of Pétrelle for thirty years, under the aegis of chef-trublion Jean-Luc André
34 Rue Pétrelle, 75009 Paris
Il Cuoco Galante
The Italian universe of Philippe Baranes, Il Cuoco Galante, celebrates cuisine from the everyday to the refined, between tradition and modernity. Philippe shows that the love and inspiration of the products, coupled with the attachment to the regional cultures of Italy, give magic to the simplest dishes.
36 Rue Condorcet, 75009 Paris
A real food obsession of the moment, which is riding the Tel Aviv craze, the babka, popularized by Salatim, is a bit like the Ashkenazi Madeleine de Proust that Parisians are crazy about. The opening of Babka Zana, the very first bakery dedicated to this brioche, in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, has created a buzz.
65 rue Condorcet 75009 Paris