Café de Flore
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172 bd St-Germain, 6e · interesting places nearby
Café de Flore information
The red upholstered benches, mirrors and marble walls at this art deco landmark haven’t changed much since the days when Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir essentially set up office here, writing in its warmth during the Nazi occupation. It also hosts a monthly English-language philocafé (philosophy discussion) session.