DESIGN, PLACES, Travel & Restaurants

Places to visit in Paris

October 22, 2013

tuck shop

Here is another post on some places to visit in Paris that I would like to recommend. Shane found this super sweet little coffee shop online called Tuck Shop, I think he was drawn to it because of it’s name (Desmond’s very first album is called Tuck Shop). We hunted it down and it really was such a cute spot, that served the best cup of coffee of the whole trip. Coffee in general in Paris sucked, now I’m not claiming to be a coffee buff, because I’m flipping far from one, but I’d like to think that I know when I’m having a nice cup of coffee and from what my face could tell the majority of the stuff I was slurping down was super average, except here. Tuck Shop was warm and inviting and the owner was really nice and their food and cookies were amazing (you would swear I had shares in this place). If you’re in Paris, pop in and definitely have a chocolate chip cookie – yikes, yum!

Tuck Shop – 13, rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France

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 The second place I would like to recommend is L’Attrape Rêve gallery. We went past and got to see a Mcbess exhibition, which was damn cool, which means if they have people like him showing there they must have all sorts of other amazing artists showcasing their work. Shane and I scooped up a Mcbess print, I’ll show it to you guys once it’s all pretty and framed up.

The Mcbess Horror Picture Show is up until the 31st of October, check it out if you can.

L’Attrape Rêve gallery – 15, rue Jean Macé 75011 Paris

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