Popular, secured and festive are three words that perfectly describe the "Café Cour", the new ephemeral location in the capital. This summer, terraces and ephemeral places are popping up everywhere ...
The Café Cour promises to be THE terrace not to be missed this summer in Paris.
Envisioned by SOS Group, in association with Crédit Municipal de Paris, this new place is to discover from June 1 to September 27, 2015, within the Renaudot Court true historical court located within the Crédit Municipal de Paris. Housing the remains of the medieval walls of Paris, and built under Philip Augustus in the thirteenth century, this place opens its doors for the first time to the public.
Inside? A haven of peace, protected from outside noise with a patio shade and part sun.
The café will offer its card "fresh and delicious recipes, prepared from products mostly organic, local and fair trade." Wines, fruit juices and beer brewed in the Ile-de-France are also on the menu.
150 seats in a listed courtyard, paved and sunny. Nice, right? From 6pm, Café Cour becomes the go-chic cocktail must in the Marais, which will also be punctuated by several major events such as the Festival of music, or the dance of July 14.
A kind of Parisian paradise, just as it should be isolated, accessible until September 27.
An ephemeral terrace that will delight those who spend the summer in Paris!
From June 1st to September 27 2015
55/57 rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 75004 Paris
Open Sunday to Wednesday from 12am to 9pm and from Thursday to Saturday from 12am to 11pm