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Merci is a place created in March 2009 in the heart of the historic district of Haut-Marais. Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, founders of BONPOINT the children's fashion label, realized that Paris lacked a place which would bring together the best of...more
Read about this place & thought we would be in for a treat. A bit retro, but pricey. I suppose it is with amount of staff. The glasses price was over the top. A few interesting ideas, but go to a second hand shop &...More
My oh my, we went there because we were in the area and i had heard of it (and we also wanted a dessert!). Wow prices are over the roof: 8€ for a slice of strawberry tarte or chocolate cake... 7€ for a freshly pressed...More
I read about this store online and my expectations were exceeded. The concept store which sells everything from clothing to chairs to pens had a very well curated collection of items. Its a really great place for gifts. Some items are not very expensive but...More
I am not a shopper but I loved this store. What an amazing space, they had vintage clothes, accessories on the ground floor, inspirational furniture settings upstairs, and kitchenware in the basement. I confess, I shopped.
Don't forget the Merci cafe for a bite to...More
Gorgeous store. The coffee shop attached is wonderful too. They have many things I've seen before in these kinds of gift concept store but they also have unique artisan products that you won't find elsewhere. The linen is to die for too. And all very...More
This shop is in a great location, connected to a cafe and has a great artistic vibe. The selection of clothes is high quality with high design, however is expensive. If you don't mind spending €395 for a blazer, this is for you!
Love this shop, I am a big fan of the lights but alas can never carry back to india.. But never mind that!.. only looking around, browsing pottery, utility, lights, apparel, stationery.. Knick knacks, cafe...Makes my day !
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.