Le Café de Mars
Stylish and simple, this bistro has everything you need: slightly wonky chairs, razzle-dazzle floor tiles, and a grand old bar counter. The food strikes just the right balance between traditional and hip, and the menu is economical and to-the-point: you won’t have to waste much time deciding what to eat. Like with all good restaurants in Paris, the dishes change daily based on the morning market. If you’re looking for the perfect spot to grab lunch during an art break, this is it.