A two-floor gallery specialising in contemporary photography exhibits, with an excellent bookstore and neighbouring cafe serving lunch...
Musée de l’Érotisme
The Museum of Erotic Art attempts to raise around 2000 titillating statuary, stimulating sexual aids and fetishist items to a loftier...
Immortalised in the posters of Toulouse-Lautrec and later on screen by Baz Luhrmann, Paris' mythical cabaret club twinkles beneath a...
Charlot, Roi des Coquillages
‘Charlot, the King of Shellfish’ is an art deco palace known for its no-nonsense seafood. The platters and oysters are why everyone is...
65 rue de Douai, 9e · interesting places nearby
Crêperie Pen-Ty information
Hailed as the best crêperie in northern Paris, Breton Pen-Ty is worth the detour. Book ahead, and don't miss the selection of authentic Breton aperitifs like chouchen (a type of mead) and pastis marin (an aniseed and seaweed liquor). Savoury galettes (made with buckwheat flour) and sweet crêpes are pricier in the evening and at weekends. Take-away window too.