Le Fumoir Upscale brasserie behind the Louvre Set opposite the Louvre, between the rue de Rivoli and the church of Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois, Le Fumoir is one of the busiest and most trendy cafes in Pari. Its large windows, sofas, leather armchairs, cocktails, books and international press make it an ideal afternoon meeting place.
Supposedly, it has a little library at the back where you can sit and read. It has a very chic, smoky atmosphere, full of stylish fashion and art establishment types talking business over their drinks and laptop.
6 rue de l'Amiral Coligny 75001 Paris
Opening hours : daily 11am-2pm; full menu daily noon-3pm and 7-11:30pm
Metro : Louvre Rivoli +33 1 42 92 00 24 5 to 30 satellite-productions.fr/Le_Fumoir.html
eating and drinking
until the 12 / 31 / 2014
OIseau sans tete French cusine just near the brand new place de la Republique
This restaurant managed by Yannick Aubree a man full of verve and great wine amateur...welcomes you near the Republique...in french obviously but also in a perfcet english with this french accent so particular...Good food, good services...decent prices...What else !
The French Open Roland Garros Tennis Tournament The Roland-Garros tennis tournament in the spring is the world mecca of ground tennis, it is one of the key ATP competitions with Flushing Meadows, Wimbledon and Melbourne.
It was here that great players such as Borg, Graf, Wilander, Lendl, Kuerten and Nadal made their debut and here that spectators experienced some of the most exciting and spectacular matches in tennis history.
Clay courts slow the ball down and produce a high bounce when compared to grass and synthetic courts. As such, over the years, clay court specialists have evolved who often succeed here whilst higher ranked players may struggle.
One of the highly selective foursome of Grand Slam tournaments...