Passage des Panoramas
This large (and expensive) waxworks inside the passage Jouffroy has some 300 wax figures. They largely look more like caricatures than...
From the outside this looks like just another supermarket-chain Irish pub, but O’Sullivan’s is so much more. The spacious surrounds are...
A simple bistro in the already crowded Passage des Panoramas, Coinstot Vino serves honest French fare (think blanquette de veau , and...
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Lonely Planet review
Built in 1800, this is the oldest covered arcade in Paris and the first to be lit by gas (1817). It’s a bit faded around the edges now but retains a real 19th-century charm with several outstanding eateries, a theatre from where spectators would come out to shop during the interval, and autograph dealer Arnaud Magistry (at No 60).