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Top Choice Food & Drinks in St-Germain & Les Invalides

La Grande Épicerie de Paris

The magnificent food hall of department store Le Bon Marché sells 30,000 rare and/or luxury gourmet products, including 60 different types of bread baked on site and delicacies such as caviar ravioli. Its fantastica…
Top Choice Department Store in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Le Bon Marché

Built by Gustave Eiffel as Paris’ first department store in 1852, this is the epitome of style, with a superb concentration of men’s and women’s fashions, homewares, stationery, books and toys. Break for a coffee, a…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Magasin Sennelier

Cézanne and Picasso were among the artists who helped develop products for this venerable 1887-founded art supplier on the banks of the Seine, and it remains an exceptional place to pick up canvases, brushes, waterc…
Top Choice Cheese in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Cantin

Opened in 1950 and still run by the same family today, this exceptional shop stocks cheeses only made in limited quantities on small rural farms. They're then painstakingly ripened in Cantin's own cellars (from two …
Market in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Marché Saint-Germain

New life has been breathed into St-Germain's stunning covered market following a 2017 refit. A food market has been here since 1486 and it became covered in the 1880s. Today's arcaded building, with dazzling Apple a…
Fashion & Accessories in St-Germain & Les Invalides

JB Guanti

For the ultimate finishing touch, the men’s and women’s gloves at this boutique, which specialises solely in gloves, are the epitome of both style and comfort, whether unlined, silk lined, cashmere lined, lambskin l…
Wine in St-Germain & Les Invalides

La Dernière Goutte

‘The Last Drop’ is the brainchild of Cuban-American sommelier Juan Sánchez, whose tiny wine shop is packed with exciting, mostly organic French vins de propriétaires (estate-bottled wines) made by small independent …
Fashion & Accessories in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Hermès

A stunning art deco swimming pool (originally belonging to neighbouring Hôtel Lutetia, no less) now houses luxury label Hermès’ inaugural concept store. Retaining its original mosaic tiles and iron balustrades, the …
Chocolate in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Jacques Genin

There is no sweeter souvenir to take home from Paris than a smart JG-embossed box of chocolates, pâtes de fruit (fruit jellies) or a handful of flavoured caramels (chestnut honey, Périgord rose, cashew nut, ginger, …
Fashion & Accessories in St-Germain & Les Invalides

Sabbia Rosa

Only French-sourced fabrics (silk from Lyon, lace from Calais) are used by lingerie designer Sabbia Rosa for her ultra-luxe range at this upmarket boutique, open since 1976. Every piece is unique; items can be custo…