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Great street for a stroll, Market was very impressive. There are lots of bars and restaurants along here. A great place to go for food and drink. So glad we stumbled on this place on our first night! Amazing
Wonderful little shops and stalls with mainly food products. Cheese, seafood, pastries, ...! Couldn't resist and enjoyed fresh oysters and a glass of wine! Prices are below those you might know from typical tourist spots. The only negative point is that the street market is...More
I used to live nearby and used to love it (20 odd years ago!). Despite happy memories of times gone by I’ve not really been on recent trips to Paris which were work, so no time, but I also thought the place had got really...More
On a recent visit to Paris, my husband and I took the opportunity to meander through this cobblestone rue. It was filled with the liveliness of students, locals, restaurants, food markets and overall beauty. We very much enjoyed this section of town and will definitely...More
I love this area, This is an authentic little street market, loads of stalls with little shops behind. Take a basket and wander and end up in Place Monge for a coffee while you watch the world go by and pretend you're a local.
This street is loaded with lots of shops and options to experience different tastes. From fromageries...to produce markets...to patisseries, coffee shops and your favorite desserts...you can get just about anything here.
We ended up getting a bunch of savory items from several of the different...More
Response from discoveringdest | Reviewed this property |
We recommend you check the Mouffetard Market and they also have a "Contact" page in their website with an email address that you could try to send a message and check if they will open at the day you will be there.
Hey all, As i've read many times - it's important not to crowd my Itinerary too much, as I will just be running from one place to another. I tried not to do that, but am not sure whether my plans are too much or not. I would appreciate if you could help me from your vast exprience (it's our first time in paris - young couple). Good restaurants are very important for us and therefore I booked 4 lunches to Michelin restaurants (they are sometimes our anchor for the day). I also carefully...More
May 10, 2015|
I'm not sure how long you are allowing for lunch. If I had a lunch reservation at a Michelin star restaurant I wouldn't expect to get out in much less than 2-2.5 hours. That might affect museum visits/ tours later in the day.
Paris & Dordogne Itinerary Assistance Please (0 Replies)
Any suggestions for our June Paris & Dordogne Itinerary? We are mid 50’s with a 15 year old boy. Your input will be most valued. Should I take out or add more? Thank you so much. 9/6 Arrive at Marais apartment by 10:00 AM. To: Notre Dame towers, purchase Batobus tickets, lunch on Rue Cler at Café Roussillon, Arch de Triumph, Dinner back on Rue Cler- where ??? Bed early. 10/6 8:00 AM mass at Notre Dame, brunch out, where??? Bastille market for groceries then to Carnavalet on way back...More
April 08, 2012|
Rue Mouffetard Market Hours (5 Replies)
I read online that the market is open Wednesday - Sunday but I'm unsure about the hours. On the forums someone said it opens at 10:00am and on another website it says 7:00am. I would like to visit on a Wednesday. Does anyone know what time it opens?
October 16, 2013|
Not exacthly sure what you are hoping to find, but there are a couple of aspects to rue Mouffetard - actual shops, boutiques, little hotels, etc, and also the open air food market, near place St Medard. Established shops keep normal hours, from around 10AM to 7PM, and some close for lunch at mid-day. The open-air market begins around 9AM, and is pretty much done by 1PM. Some food shops, like fromageries and boulangeries, keep regular store hours, and there is always a fruit/veg stall open...More