A working-class 12th arrondissement greenmarket with good prices on mostly conventional—not organic—produce and a fun, bustling atmosphere. Right by the open-air market is the Marché Beauvau, a covered hall that has more upscale vendors. Next to the market you’ll find the Japanese Knife Company, where you can bring your knives for professional sharpening.
January 11, 2017
December 3, 2019
Indoor market with many restaurants around
November 24, 2019
Best Parisian Typical market
June 6, 2019
Every day, except Monday, you'll find EVERYTHING you need in the fresh air market (in the morning only) and in the covered market (for fish and meat).
February 12, 2019
The market is 9 min walk and it is a farmers market full of fresh food from local producers. It is closed mondays. Otherwise it is open 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 7h30.
May 12, 2019
You can eat oysters in the famous bar Le Baron Rouge go there on sunday before 12h
February 17, 2020
Farmer’s market open everyday except Monday’s. Ends at 1pm. Very local. I prefer the Bastille farmers market but this one is also nice if the other market is closed.
March 29, 2019
Between the Place de la Bastille and the Place de la Nation, is opend, 6 days for week, the market of Aligre. The market is separated in 2 parts : - the covered market offers a part dedicated to food on which we can find very good products such as the coffee Aouba, the Langlet-Hardouin cheese, the…
September 23, 2019
Great food market open most days. Morning until around 2pm.
January 9, 2020
marché couvert ou découverts, brocantes ou fruits et légumes, viandes et fleurs,... Un vrai marché authentique au coeur d'un quartier magique!
“I love this place ! The food is the style of cooking that gave France its culinary reputation. The wines are indeed fine and the service is good without being stuffy or intrusive. It is not cheap but you will have value for money. The terrace, on sunny evenings, is fantastic as it is next to a parc so on it isquiet”
“A true institution in Paris, this old neighborhood wine bar reminds you why you came to Paris. Hang out around the old wine barrels, order some cheese or paté, andselect a bottle to share. This is one of the least pretentious wine bars in Paris and won't break the bank!”