When you first start your morning, coffee is one of the first that comes up to your mind. Every neighborhood has its own special coffee shop – to loyal customers and eventually to new ones. Nowadays, the culture of coffee has grown and became a prominent part of our lives. People all around the world are looking for the new places to drink their coffee -every day. However, you don’t have to look up to the best places to drink coffee in Paris. Actually, your answers are ready. Here is the INSIDR’s selection of the best local coffee shops in Paris! Start your day with a coffee just in the way you like it and continue exploring this fairytale-like city!
This cozy little specialty coffee shop is located near Gare de L’Est in Paris, only a few streets away. Especially on a beautiful Sunday morning, 5 Pailles is a perfect place to have your brunch. They offer a fixed brunch menu but you can always order a la carte as well. Well, most importantly, the best buddy for a nice breakfast is the coffee. Here, they know how to handle that for you. Get ready yourself for an elegant and velvet textured cappuccinos or maybe an immaculate version of a cold brew. Stop by for a takeaway or take a nice table outside to enjoy the vibrant street and your delicious coffee.
Address: 79, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:00-18:00 and Saturday to Sunday 10:00-18:00
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Mamamata is right in the heart of Paris. A small and quaint coffee shop was born into life with the collaboration of two close friends. Now, in the own spot, they host many people with their homemade sweets, delicious lunch items and most importantly with their magnificent coffee options. The coffee menu includes espresso-based drinks and also third wave methods including Aeropress and Chemex. A coffee break in the morning or a quick lunch in the afternoon would be a great idea at Matamata. Make a time to visit Matamata while you are visiting around Paris and you’ll never forget the taste their iced coffee!
Address: 58, Rue d’Argout
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:00-17:00 and Saturday to Sunday 9:30-17:30
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Do you want to enjoy a long breakfast with some Salmon Benedict and a cortado? You are lucky because Kozy is there for you. And not only in one spot but there are three locations in Paris! Kozy is a dedicated brand for artisanal food production including their pastries, bread, viennoiseries, cakes, quiches and also for their coffee grains. Their motto behind their coffee making process is preparing just as the way you like it and for your taste. Besides from regular espresso-based coffees, you can try a flat white or a caramel cortado – which is to die for. All locations are very central in Paris as well. Have a cup of their coffee and enjoy the amazing ambiance.
Address: 6, Rue Lafayette
48, Rue de Ponthieu
79, Avenue Bosquet
Opening hours: Lafayette – Monday to Friday 7:45-18:00 and Saturday to Sunday 9:00-18:00
Ponthieu– Monday to Friday 8:00-18:45
Bosquet– Monday to Friday 8:00-19:30 and Saturday to Sunday 9:00-18:00
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TERRES DE CAFÉ
The story of Terres de Café dates back to 2009 – as it was the pioneer of the specialty coffee shops in France. Mr. Servell is the founder of the Terres de Café and he is always looking for sourcing to best coffee grains possible from all over the world. The resources, the production of the coffee beans, processing and roasting carry an important deal to Terres de Café. As a result of all this hard work, in 2017 Terres de Café was recognized as the first specialty coffee shop in France.
Well, after reading this you know that you will always taste the best coffee possible in any of their cafés. They have multiple locations around Paris. All offer a different variety of grains, their own coffee blends, and even capsules! Grab a box of their special Grand Crus and explore their coffee beans coming from all around the world including India, Nicaragua and even Salvador!
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L'ABONNEMENT • Optez pour un abonnement et recevez chaque mois la fine ﬂeur de la production mondiale, à prix préférentiel. • Choisissez votre torréfaction selon votre méthode d’extraction : Expresso et italienne ou méthodes douces ! • Souscrivez avant le 09 octobre et recevez El patio Bonito, un hybride Bourbon Orange/Bourbon rouge peu connu, originaire de la région Caldono Cauca en Colombie. On retrouve dans ce café, un nez floral et fruité et au corps délicat aux notes de fruits rouges et de rose. Dispo en ligne ( lien dans la bio )
Address: 40, Rue des Blancs Manteaux
14, Rue Rambuteau
33, Rue des Batignolles
67, Avenue de la Bourdonnais
Opening hours: Blancs Manteaux – Tuesday to Saturday 9:30-19:00 and Sunday 13:00-19:00
Rambuteau- Monday to Friday 9:00-19:15 and Saturday to Sunday 10:00-19:15
Batignolles- Monday to Saturday 9:00-19:00
Bourdonnais– Monday to Friday 9:30-19:00 and Saturday to Sunday 10:00-19:00
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Coutume is a coffee roasting house which was founded by two talented people in 2010 – Antoine and Tom. Worth mentioning that Antoine was also selected as the best French roaster in 2011! The coffee beans of Coutume come from all around the world – all five continents. The selection takes place in different countries while respecting the seasonality of the harvest, sustainability, and ethical production. Luckily, you are able to taste the unique difference of these specially roasted coffee beans at their three different locations in Paris. Each location has a genuine ambient. You’ll find experienced baristas, amazing aromas, delicious sweets, and perfect sized brunches! Coutume Café is more than just a simple coffee place, it is the experience itself of drinking a special end-product of a highly intensive and know-how required process. Don’t wait to try!
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Coutume n°12 : Le café au lait. Vous servir un café au lait c'est le faire dans les règles de l'art. C'est d'abord avec les quantités de mousse et de lait liquide qu'impose la qualité de chaque boisson et c'est ensuite un joli dessin dans l'alignement et perpendiculaire à la anse. Aussi beaux que bons, nos cafés au lait vous assurent une expérience sensorielle complète ! #lescoutumesdecoutume #coutumenumero12 #coutumecafe #coutume #coffeeroaster #specialtycoffee #latteart #cappuccino #aussibeauquebon
Address: 47, Rue de Babylone
60, Rue des Ecoles – Coutume Institut
8, Rue Martel –Coutumes Les Ateliers
Opening hours: Babylone– Monday to Friday 8:30-17:30 and Saturday to Sunday 9:00-18:00
Institut-Monday to Friday 8:30-17:30 and Saturday to Sunday 9:00-18:00
Instagram: Coutume Café