Georges Danton Statue
On Carrefour de l’Odéon, a statue of Georges Danton, a leader of the Revolution and later one of its guillotined victims, stands head...
The city's oldest cafe welcomed its first patrons in 1686, and was frequented by Voltaire, Molière and Balzac et al. Its chandeliered...
59-61 rue St-André des Arts, 6e · interesting places nearby
La Jacobine information
Olde-worlde tearoom/busy lunch spot La Jacobine is packed to the rafters by noon for its homemade tarts, giant-size salads and crêpes, but it's just as good of an evening for French favourites like coq au vin (chicken braised in red wine). Its lovely location inside glass-covered passageway the Cour du Commerce St-André makes it all the more romantic.