Musée de la Magie
The ancient arts of magic, optical illusion and sleight of hand are explored in this museum, in the 16th-century caves (cellars) of the...
Église St-Paul St-Louis
Tiny passage St-Paul leads to the side entrance of the Église St-Paul St-Louis at No 7, a Jesuit church completed in 1641 during the...
A little Scottish pub-bar just south of lovely place du Marché Ste-Catherine, this is an address for the discerning whisky connoisseur –...
La Petite Maison dans La Cour
25 rue Charles V · interesting places nearby
The ‘Vinotheque’, a trattoria across the street from the historic Village St-Paul, serves haute cuisine à l’italienne and an excellent list of Italian wines by the glass to accompany it. It’s no secret that this is one of the few Italian wine bars in Paris to take its vino seriously (there are 400 labels in the cellar), so book ahead.
Pasta dishes (€17 to €23) are excellent, as is the generous tavola antipasti (antipasto buffet table) served at lunch.