Metro: Charles Michels (line 10) Other ways to get there: CLICK HERE
Underground parking and valet parking available.
The spanking new Beaugrenelle shopping center is one of our favorite one-stop destinations in central Paris: a 50,000m2 modern shopping center and cinema complex in the 15th arrondissement.
Shoppers: Here you’ll find clothing, home furnishings, electronics, and pretty much everything you need for the whole family. We love the fact that you can shop international brands like Zara (the largest in France), Hollister and Sephora, French brands like Petit Bateau and Sandro, home furnishings at Maisons du Monde and Silvera, Japanese brands like Muji and Uniqlo, and much more, all under one roof. For your home and A/V needs you have Darty and FNAC, and you can even grocery shop at the Marks & Spencer food hall.
Hungry? Try the food court which offers a range of family-style restaurants such as Panasia, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Quindici Italian cuisine and Noura Middle Eastern food. Then top it off with a pastry from La Pâtisserie des Rêves.
A multiplex Gaumont Pathé cinema offers online bookings with your choice of seating–including love seats for snuggling up to someone.
Want to drop off your kids while you shop? Viens Jouer à la Maison offers workshops and an indoor playroom with regular activities to keep your little ones busy on Wednesdays and weekends!
Look for more activity ideas in our Guide to After School and Weekend Activities or in 15 Indoor Activities for Children in Paris on Rainy Days!
Metro: Hôtel de Ville (lines 1 and 11)
We could spend hours in one of Paris’s original department stores, where you can find everything from high-end art supplies and stationery to an eclectic selection of lighting for your home, to curtains and doorknobs, or specialty items for home maintenance, decoration and repair, to clothing, shoes and accessories for the whole family. And in the summers you can enjoy evening drinks on the rooftop at the Perchoir Marais (entrance at 37 rue de la Verrerie)
Metro: Wagram (line 3)
A true family-run restaurant, loved by the locals and off the beaten path in the 17th arrondissement. Here you will find authentic southwestern French dishes such as foie gras, or duck and bean cassoulet.
On top of the typical fare and relaxed atmosphere, you will love their boutique at the entrance of the restaurant for something, including bottles of fine Armagnac, to take-away.