Thirsty or hungry after visiting Paris Musée du Louvre?

After a few hours pacing up and down musée du Louvre, you feel exhausted, may be your feet hurt, you’re thirsty, hungry or both ?

There are several places under the pyramid or in Carousel shopping center where you can eat and quench your thirst, but none of these are to be remembered.

The best place to rest enjoying the view is café Marly, inside the Louvre palace, it is located at the end of Richelieu hallway.

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It’s terrace, heated in winter, has an impressive view on Louvre and Pyramid. It will cost you between 30 or 60 euros for a meal, but you can also just have a drink.

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If you prefer, you can go inside, and have tea or lunch in a cozy room.

Café Marly, cour Napoléon, palais du Louvre, 75001 Paris, metro Palais-Royal, tel 33(0)1 49 26 06 60. Open everyday 8AM to 2 AM.

Another option would be le Fumoir, facing Louvre Palace,

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and next to Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois church.

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Inside room is interesting, with a library in the back, and large choice of papers and magazines. You can rest and read a book if you feel like it. It serves light tasty meals, great hot chocolates and good cocktails. Happy hour from 6 PM to 8 PM, all cocktails cost 6 euros.

Le Fumoir, 6 rue Amiral Coligny 75001 Paris, metro Palais-Royal, tel 33(1) 42 92 00 24, open everyday 11 am 2 am. Virtual visit and more information on : http://satellite-productions.fr/Le_Fumoir.html

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