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This store founded in 1745 sells walking sticks, umbrellas, parasols, hats and fans in an old-fashioned setting !

10 Avenue de l'Opera, 75001 Paris

01 42 96 01 80



A l'Oriental RvK

Pipe store since 1818.

Pipe smokers can come here to contemplate the collection of Sherlock Holmes pipes or unearth hand-crafted meerschaum, ivory or briar headed pipes. Collectors will find a whole collection of new and old pipes, cigarette cases, tobacco jars, hookahs, and paintings of all kinds. Oriental pipes are also suitable for beginners for a safe trial. This is something to delight fans! There is something for all tastes and for all budgets.


22 Gal de Chartres, 75001 Paris

 01 42 96 43 16


L'Ingenieur Chevallier

An emblematic eyewear manufacturer, L'Ingénieur Chevallier offers you a selection of designer eyewear sourced from the best eyewear manufacturers in the world.

Engineer Chevallier invents made-to-measure ready-to-wear. Glasses shaped by the best manufacturers and experts who adapt them to your face according to the rituals inherited from made-to-measure.

This iconic eyewear manufacturer, the oldest Parisian optician, has been offering its customers remarkable know-how since 1740. His models and inventions won over kings, emperors and the greatest scientists of his time..

17 Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris

01 42 60 74 64



Since the 19th century, E. Dehillerin has supplied kitchen utensils to Parisians, the Elysée and even the Titanic! Here is the story of this true ambassador of French culinary art.

It all started in 1880 when Eugène Dehillerin bought a hardware store and a boiler workshop near des Halls. Thanks to the restaurants in the neighborhood who come to buy supplies from him, he quickly has the means to expand and buy other businesses, including an old shop created in 1820: he does not know it yet, but that is how 'he allows his house to be anchored in 200 years of history... Indeed, this store still exists today

18-20 Rue Shelliere, 75001 Paris

 01 42 36 53 13


Établissement Julien Aurouze

Aurouze, pest control specialist in Paris since 1872.

Institutions in the fight against pests, the Aurouze house, installed in the Parisian district of Les Halles since its foundation, celebrates its 150th anniversary. At the helm of the establishment, Cécile and Julien are the great-grandchildren of Étienne Aurouze, inventor of the mousetrap.

Their world famous shop, they offer you a complete offer for an effective and lasting fight.

8 Rue des Halles, 75001 Paris

01 40 41 16 20


Maison Bacqueville 

Civil decorations and military medals

Manufacturer of medals and decorations since 1790, Maison Bacqueville, supplier to Emperor Napoleon III, has survived the ages while maintaining its dynamism and ability to listen.

Maison Bacqueville is today one of the last 3 manufacturers holding the "right to strike" for certain French and foreign medals and decorations: Legion of Honor, Military Medal, Croix de Guerre, National Order of Merit, Order of Academic Palms, Order of Arts and Letters, Order of Agricultural Merit, Order of Maritime Merit

8 Gal de Montpensier, 75001 Paris

01 42 96 26 90


Les Drapeaux de France

Founded in 1949 in the gardens of the Palais-Royal, Les Drapeaux de France has been producing miniature figurines and toy soldiers for 70 years, respecting tradition. With more than 30,000 models, you will discover a unique collection of unparalleled richness.

Place Colette, 75001 Paris

06 62 95 60 64


EB Meyrowitz Opticians 

Since 1875, Maison Meyrowitz opticiens lunetiers has offered its collection of Meyrowitz Vintage Spirit acetate glasses with shapes inspired by the different eras of eyewear.

In L'world of luxury, some names have been ringing for decades. Meyrowitz is one of them: the Parisian Maison lived through the 20th century, and the heirs of this family of opticians still welcome the most prestigious clients to their boutique-museum today.

The Parisian brand is still installed in the original store built in 1922: a place with such renowned architecture that the entrance and the stairs are regularly photographed by tourists!

5 Rue de Castiglione, 75001 Paris

 01 42 60 63 64


Galerie Casanova

Jérôme has been practicing his craft as a luthier for almost thirty years. Specialized in the manufacture and the restoration  of classical guitars, he has also restored many instruments produced by major European authors and major American brands.

High-end catering andexpertise  of all plucked string instruments also led him to teaching and writing a book on the origins of the Spanish guitar.

He took over the shop at 17 Galerie Véro-Dodat to recreate a workshop there. This place steeped in history, which has seen Daniel and Françoise Sinier de Ridder, then Rosyne and François Charle, has been dedicated for forty years to the sale of beautiful and rare guitars.

5 Rue de Castiglione, 75001 Paris

 01 42 60 63 64


Maison Platt

Maison PLATT, former Maison SERRURE founded in 1880, is the oldest numismatic house in France; it has been at this address since 1963, rue de Richelieu being traditionally at the center of the numismatics district, and the Department of Coins, Medals and Antiques of the National Library of France (BnF), formerly Cabinet des Médailles, being located in this same street. 

49 Rue de Richelieu, 75001 Paris

 01 42 96 50 48


Cafe Verlet

A few steps from the Palais Royal and the Louvre, Verlet remains the oldest Parisian coffee house to roast the traditional way and bring to life the taste of French coffee. Inventor of single-origin coffee tasting, daring importer, passionate about rare terroirs and new tastes, Verlet invites amateurs to taste or take away more than thirty coffees and forty from the best tea gardens in the world.
Close to the counter with fragrant drawers and large tea pots, you can have breakfast, lunch, taste, have a cup of coffee, tea, herbal tea or chocolate in a decor inspired and preserved from the 1920s. moon, the always lively shop, the wooden pedestal tables, the mirrors, the old parquet floor, the delicious scent of freshly ground coffee, everything gives Verlet its strong personality and its Parisian charm.

256 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris

01 42 60 67 39


Objets de Piété Au Cœur Immaculé de Marie

And if there is only one left, it will be her, this shop clearly dedicated to objects of piety, nestled between a tasty bakery and fragrant orchids. There are statues, nativity scenes, crucifixes, rosaries, icons of baptismal medals, but also books and games, like the one on display in the window: Bonactio, good deeds always win! (ed. Jean Pierre Bloud) Or how to learn to do good while playing… Admit that the place is worth the detour!

8 Rue des Petits Pères, 75002 Paris

01 42 60 97 87

2 eme arrondissement


Le Comptoir et les Caves Legrand

The Legrand cellars in Paris are one of the most prestigious and oldest grocery stores in Paris. Between the wonderfully atmospheric Galerie Vivienne and the Rue de la Banque, this old store from the 1900s is also one of the best wine shops in Paris. The cult of the product and the good has taken over the room and the counter to such an extent that the Legrand cellars offer a short menu of dishes at lunch.

1 Rue de la Banque, 75002 Paris

01 42 60 07 12


Ultramod Mercerie Paris

The oldest haberdashery in Paris: a rainbow of colors of ribbons, buttons and other vintage treasures for sewing or hats

 4 Rue de Choiseul, 75002 Paris

01 42 96 98 30


Librairie Jousseaume

A mythical bookstore in the heart of the Galerie Vivienne

Sheltered by the majestic Vivienne gallery, it opened its doors at the same time as the passage, in 1826. Today it is an essential step, which has become a Historic Monument.

Thus, more than 40,000 references populate the stalls of this emblematic shop of the Galerie Vivienne. This collection also radiates by its diversity, one can indeed find at Jousseaume both recent literature and rarer and older books. Anyway, you should know that almost all items are used. An extensive collection, further embellished with prints and engravings.

45-46-47 Gal Vivienne, 75002 Paris

01 42 96 06 24


Au Clown de la République

Sale of party supplies, including costumes, make-up, decorations and wigs, and costume rental. Pranks and tricks, party favors, fireworks.

11 Boulevard Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris

01 42 72 73 73


Armurerie de la Bourse

The Armurerie de la Bourse was created in 1870 by Auguste LEFAUCHEUX, a famous Parisian gunsmith and inventor.

37 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris

 01 42 36 79 83


Courty et Fils

This brand sells knives, scissors, razors and their accessories for home or outdoor use.

Founded in 1875, Courty & Fils is one of the oldest boutiques in Paris. Specialized in all types of blades: kitchen knives, for military use, hunting or even collections through a wide range of vintage knives or unique examples made by French cutlers.

44 Rue des Petits Champs, 75002 Paris

 01 42 96 59 21



The treat, the ultimate kif for all amateur cooks and pastry chefs, and no doubt some pros. Because the promise is kept, and there is indeed everything, and especially what you can't find elsewhere, in terms of ingredients and accessories. The best products at wholesale prices, for baking and cooking.

You can find everything at Detou. This chosen grocery store offers beautiful preserves, spices, sweets, fine honeys, jams (notably from Sabaton in Ardèche), teas and coffees, champagne or wines, all selected. As a bonus, couverture chocolate, aromas, colorings, dried mushrooms, foie gras, smoked fish: enough to transform your friends' feasts into festive tables

58 Rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris

 01 42 36 54 67


Le Moulin de la Vierge - Victoires

Pastry-café with terrace offering traditional breads and desserts in a retro and colorful atmosphere.

10 Pl. des Petits Pères, 75002 Paris

 01 42 60 02 78



Elegant pastry shop opened in 1730, offering pastries, as well as savory and sweet desserts decorated with decorations. We are happy to go within its walls with sumptuous decorations, we cheerfully taste its delicious rum babas while appreciating the story of its rich history, we are of course at Stohrer, the oldest pastry shop in Paris, and perhaps the most sumptuous.

Now listed as a historic monument, the sumptuous décor of the boutique was hand-crafted by one of the students of a certain Paul Baudry, who designed the décor for the Opéra Garnier.

51 rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris

 01 42 33 38 20



This historical shop was created in 1926, you will find there in particular military uniforms, hunting clothes, riding clothes as well as other clothes for civilians. The Saadetian also offers costumes for theater performances, circuses, cinemas and religious orders.

18 Rue de Picardie, 75003 Paris

 01 48 87 99 06



A l'Olivier  Since 1822

In Paris since 1822, À L'Olivier has a very pretty shop on the outskirts of the Marais. The oil is declined here in its most varied forms, and always in neat presentations. In the kitchen, olive oils are legion: extra-virgin, plain or flavored, there is something for everyone. You can choose according to your taste, for example olive oil with dried tomato from Sicily.

23 Rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris

01 48 04 86 59


A la Ville de Rodez

Since its foundation in 1920, A la Ville de Rodez has supplied generations of Aveyronnais in Paris with local products that cannot be found elsewhere.

Products with strange names –estofinado, rissoles, spit cake…etc – which sounded like so many passwords for insiders. 93 years later, this cave of Ali Baba's Rouergat treasures has not conceded an inch of ground to the marketing and packaging techniques used in the 21st century food industry.

22 Rue Vieille-du-Temple, 75004 Paris

01 48 87 79 36


Boucherie Gardil

Jean-Paul Gardil is an expert butcher who knows perfectly his meats and their origins, often award-winning animals. He knows how to refine them and present them at their optimum. Total confidence for prime rib for the BBQ or lamb on Sunday, Miéral poultry, and even charcuterie.

44 Rue Saint-Louis en l'Ile, 75004 Paris

01 43 54 97 15



Izraël, the grocery store with a thousand scents, is the well-known lair of gourmets. Since 1947, this family institution has been the specialist in exotic products from around the world: peppers and spices, pistachios, Turkish delights, charcuterie, olive oils, peppers, a fine selection of dried or candied fruits. It is exceptional not to find happiness. The liqueurs and spirits corner is also rich in varied proposals. Finally, some processed products such as tapenade, taramasalata, marinated herring and very good meat turnovers.

30 Rue Francois Miron, 75004 Paris

01 42 72 66 23


Mariage Frères

The Mariage Frères tea list is the largest on the planet: it brings together more than 800 references from 36 producing countries and all tea families (white teas, yellow teas, green teas, black teas, blue teas, red teas, ripe teas, compressed teas, shaped teas, flavored teas).


30 rue du Bourg Tibourg, 75004 Paris

 01 42 72 28 11


Lhopitallier Pharmacie

One of the most beautiful storefronts in Paris

Like his father, Henri, and his grandfather, Octave, Roger Lhopitallier advises and serves customers behind a heavy wooden counter. If the drugs have changed, the Parisian pharmacy, at the top of rue Soufflot, has always been the same, or almost, since 1859.





3 Rue Soufflot, 75005 Paris



Shakespeare and Company

Located a stone's throw from Notre-Dame and which has positioned itself for so long as the temple of English-speaking literature in Paris. A look back at the little history of this unmissable Parisian bookstore!

Originally, it was Sylvia Beach, an American bookseller and publisher, who created the first Shakespeare and Company in 1919. This temple of books first moved to rue Dupuytren and then to 12 rue de l'Odéon. Over the years, many intellectuals went there, such as Man Ray, Gertrude Stein, André Gide, Paul Valéry, Ernest Hemingway... Our American woman thus occupied a large place in Anglo-Saxon literature, since it was she who notably published for the first time James Joyce's Ulysses in 1922

37 Rue de la Bucherie, 75005 Paris

01 4325 40 93


Heckmann Pierre

"Restoration of ancient ivories."

At 94, Pierre Heckmann is the last ivory carver in France.

He still works in the Parisian boutique on rue Bonaparte that his father had opened in 1913.

Son and grandson of ivory workers from Dieppe, the "cradle of ivory" at the beginning of the 20th century, he was born on December 7, 1928 in Paris... in the shop itself. 


57 rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris

 01 43 54 71 09



Le Plat d'Étain

It is one of those stalls of yesteryear, for which the passage of time is not insurmountable, the Plat d'Étain has, since 1775, gone through trials and times and has entertained young and old Parisians for almost 250 years. The shop, which specializes in toy soldiers, old toys and collectible figurines, has even forged an international reputation for its rich collection and expertise. The legend even says that a certain Charles de Gaulle, accompanied by his brothers, sometimes went there to expand his collection of toy soldiers in order to reenact the battles of the Empire.


16 Rue Guisarde, 75006 Paris

01 43 54 32 06


Boulangerie Poilâne 

The brand founded in 1932, a benchmark for French bakery.

Created in 1932 by the baker Pierre Poilâne, the Poilâne ® bakery has stood the test of time preserving the best.

3 generations, Pierre, Lionel, Apollonia follow one another with the same requirement, offering breads, biscuits and bakery pastries, all made by hand and cooked in a wood oven. Authentic, nourishing and nutritious products with a unique taste.


8 Rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris

01 45 48 42 59



To escape the Parisian frenzy, this shop presents itself as the ideal refuge, provided you do not freak out in front of the sharp fangs of a fox and the head of a rhinoceros which springs from the wall. In fact, the Deyrolle house specialized in taxidermy (so to speak, the art of making dead animals look alive) and in entomology (which is the study of insects). When it was created in 1831, it became the reference in terms of educational material: the publication of wall charts and specialized works, covering various themes (zoology, botany, geography, human anatomy, geology, etc.) earned it a great success with schools and universities around the world.


46 Rue du Bac, 75007 Paris

 01 42 22 30 07



Au Liegeur

Since 1887, AU LIÉGEUR® has specialized in the manufacture of natural cork products for a wide range of uses.


17 Avenue de la Motte-Picquet, 75007 Paris

01 47 05 53 10


Debauve & Gallais

Born in 1757, Sulpice Debauve studied pharmacopoeia. He established himself in 1778 in the Faubourg Saint-Germain as the king's ordinary pharmacist.

In 1779, the pharmacist concocted his first chewable chocolates with medicinal properties: he mixed cocoa butter with a remedy for headaches. Debauve becomes the official supplier of King Louis XVI. Queen Marie-Antoinette particularly appreciates her chocolates in the shape of coins which she calls “pistoles”.

Then, Debauve continued his career under the Consulate: associated with his nephew Auguste Gallais, he obtained the patent of chocolatier from the 1st consul Napoleon Bonaparte. The Debauve et Gallais house opened its first shop in 1800.


30 Rue des Saints-Peres, 75007 Paris

 01 45 48 54 67


Sennelier store

This old-fashioned boutique sells materials for painting, sculpture and other artistic disciplines.

It all began in Paris in 1887, when Gustave Sennelier opened the doors of the Maison Sennelier on the Quai Voltaire, opposite the Louvre and a stone's throw from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.


3 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris

 01 42 60 72 15


Benneton graveur

It was in 1880 that Emile Benneton, engraver and engraver in Paris, created his house, which notably offered "city work", personalized engraved stationery for   events in intimate or social life

(birth, marriage, death, invitations etc.). Kept in the same family ever since, this exceptional know-how has been passed down from generation to generation.


75 Boulevard Malesherbes, 75008 Paris

01 43 87 57 39



Herboristerie de la Place Clichy

The Oldest Herbalist in Paris.

Opened in 1880, it is the oldest and most famous herbalist in Paris or even France…. Jean-Pierre Haveneau, former owner, pharmacist by trade, knew perfectly all the products and herbal mixtures. 

Herbal teas, essential oils, mother tinctures... in this famous Parisian herbalist near Place Clichy, one of the oldest in Europe, amateurs can obtain, between copper scales and pestles, medicinal plants in bulk and in mixtures prepared on site in a small laboratory.


87 Rue d'Amsterdam, 75008 Paris

 01 48 74 83 32


Les Thés d’Émilie

The oldest tea shop in Paris


76 Boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris

 01 43 87 39 84


Gants Muriel

We find at “Muriel” gloves in goatskin or lamb from Limoges, peccary from South America, lamb from Italy or deer from Austria. The confection is carried out with extreme care in French, Italian or Portuguese workshops.


31 rue Boissy d'Anglas, 75008 Paris

 01 47 42 68 59


PARFAIT Elève de Pouyanne

Pouyanne, house of art of textile care since 1903, offers a service of excellence to all textiles, carpets, upholstery and leather.


57 Boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris

01 84 88 66 88


À la Mère de Famille

35, rue du Faubourg-Montmartre is home to the oldest chocolate factory in Paris. A pistachio storefront on which we read: "To the mother of the family, since 1761." A few days before Easter, it's crowded. People come from afar to buy a chicken or the famous "scrambled eggs" in homemade chocolate.


35 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris

01 47 70 83 69



Detaille 1905 - Parfumerie

Maison Detaille has been developing perfumes and cosmetics in accordance with the tradition of French haute perfumery since 1905. Unchanged standards, proven expertise and modern classicism have guaranteed the success of the brand since the famous “Automobile Baume” imagined by the Countess of Presle.


10 rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris

01 48 78 68 50


Galerie Fayet

Extraordinary canes from the 18th and 19th centuries made of horn, precious stones or silver will thus rub shoulders with all the contemporary canes as well as the range of parasols and prestigious umbrellas also manufactured within the House.


34 pass. Jouffroy, 75009 Paris

01 47 70 89 65


A La Pipe du Nord

At the Pipe du Nord, since 1867


21 Boulevard de Magenta, 75010 Paris

01 42 08 23 47



Boucherie D. Chainay

His shop with marble-covered walls dates from 1912. They are original tout  like the pretty wrought iron frontage that gives the place such a nostalgic soul. “Marble wasn't to look pretty, but a way to keep meat cool. Even today, it is very effective in summer! On the other hand, in winter, it is cold here! . 


43 Rue du Chateau d'Eau, 75010 Paris

01 42 39 66 40


Miss Claverie

This corset factory founded in 1860   by Auguste Claverie, had branches in the colonies and trading posts in North Africa. The boutique, in Art Deco style, was frequented by Arletty, Joséphine Baker and Mistinguett.


1234 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris

01 40 37 54 93


A La Providence

The soul of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine

We enter "A la providence" as in a time machine which would take us back almost two centuries earlier, in 1840, to the time when the faubourg was still the territory of craftsmen and cabinetmakers and the hardware store Leclercq opened its doors.

This old-fashioned hardware store offers decorative hardware, including locks and cremone bolts.


151 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75011 Paris

01 43 43 06 41



Produits d'Auvergne 

Chez Teil, the old patinated shop has seen many visitors and it is easy to imagine the old Paris, that of La Bastoche, coming to stock up on cold cuts. The hams, sausages and sausages are always well hung, and the preserves well aligned, tripous and other typical dishes, but also Ardèche chestnuts, honey, lentils from Puy, liqueurs and cream, gentian from Velay or Salers...


16 rue de Lappe, 75011 Paris

01 47 00 41 28


PMSB - Produits d'Antan

People come here from America or around the corner, simply because the place is unique. For nearly a century, Produits d'Antan have been providing their know-how and the excellence of their renovation and maintenance products to individuals and professionals alike. Among their loyal customers are the great Parisian hotels, the Opéra Garnier and even the Republican Guard, which uses their cream to clean the saddles of its horses. Because here, every problem finds its solution.


10 Rue Saint-Bernard, 75011 Paris

 01 43 71 82 85


Gaignard Millon

Established in Paris for more than 130 years in the Faubourg Saint Antoine, a district of furniture craftsmen


24 Rue Jules Vallès, 75011 Paris

 01 43 71 28 96


Boulangerie Bo

The Bazin bakery has become the BO bakery. "B", like Benoît Gindre and "O", like Olivier Haustraete who took over this historic shop. These two craftsmen have kept the magnificent old-fashioned storefront while adding a number of new features. Customers in the neighborhood were quickly seduced by the “youngsters”. They have kept Jacques Bazin's farmer's bread with millstone flour and natural leaven, available with grapes, walnuts, hazelnuts, figs, almonds, etc. but they put their signature to it by creating the “neighbours' bread”, a bread of character which combines rye, buckwheat and wheat flour, on a natural sourdough base.


85bis Rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris

01 43 43 06 41




At the beginning of the 20th century, in the Faubourg Saint Antoine district, Louis Laverdure bought a glue and varnish shop from a certain Monsieur Aubry. This is the time when you can hear the clatter of horses' hooves on the cobblestones of the Parisian streets, the time when craftsmen, nobles and the elegant women of the Parisian bourgeoisie rub shoulders... The Roaring Twenties see them crowding on this neighborhood where many craftsmen excel. Each courtyard of a building has its cabinetmaker, but also its color designer, and even its varnisher… It's the golden age. The interiors offer parquet floors that splash light, furniture that reflects the sun... Parquet floors and furniture are polished and cared for by these artists who transform the smallest object into a work of art. And it is in the heart of Paris, in the Faubourg Saint-Antoine, that the most beautiful works of art restorers, gilders and craftsmen take shape.


58 Rue Traversiere, 75012 Paris

 01 43 43 38 85


Chocolatier Serving

This venerable house founded in 1913 is located close to the church of Auteuil.

For now, we love Servant for its fine chocolates, its pretty ganaches (Orinoco with Tonka bean, Ipanema with pure Arabica coffee, Malekula with Vanuatu cocoa milk), its exquisite pralines, such as candies from France (negus from Nevers, pralines from Montargis, bergamot from Nancy, violet from Toulouse, stupidity from Cambrai) artfully collected. We add the jams of Francis Miot in Béarn.


30 Rue d'Auteuil, 75016 Paris

01 42 88 49 82



Bellynck & fils

Venerable institution, living memory of the Abattoirs de la Villette

Bellynck & fils has been running a shop and showroom since 1936. Its old-fashioned yellow frontage announces the utensils and tools available for sale, various materials intended for the kitchen and the food industry._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_ "Everything for charcuterie, butchery", "cured meats and slaughterhouses", "equipment for restaurants and canteens", "choppers, pushers, slicers", "kitchen stoves", this venerable brand provides all the trades related to the meat industry. Bellynck & fils, a remnant of neighborhood life marked for a century by slaughterhouses and the cattle market of La Villette, works with great chefs, craftsmen and other professionals. For the past twenty years, the establishment has also been open to individuals.

Butchers, charcutiers, restaurateurs, also slaughterhouses or breeders come to stock up on stoves, hoods, logs, small tools, accessories, “copper, stainless steel and aluminum utensils” and more unexpected in town “animal clippers”._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

194 Av. Jean Jaures, 75019 Paris

01 42 08 16 75

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