Comfort Hotel Villepinte-Sevran
3, rue Alexei Leonov
Phone: (33) 1 43101112
Fax: (33) 1 77656584
Boulangerie Mauclerc is Véronique Mauclerc's labor of love and is one of the most acclaimed bakeries in the city. The secret of its success lies in traditional methods used and their wood-burning oven. Using only organic ingredients, all of the products are made fresh daily. Though artisan breads are the reigning stars, the pastries and other baked items are equally delicious. Considered to be one of the few remaining authentic bakehouses, Boulangerie Mauclerc is definitely worth a visit for delish baked goods.
Are you searching for unique items from a bygone age? Goldymama proposes a fine selection of shoes, accesories and men and women's clothing from every era! In a charming decor and under a grand, golden chandelier, dig through piles and you will surely find what your heart desires...for more than modest prices. Treasures await you!
Grab a croissant and your cup of coffee and head off to one of the oldest flea markets in France called the Puces de Montreuil. Established in the 19th Century, it mainly stocks second-hand clothes (in good condition) and designer seconds. If wearing second hand clothes is not your thing, then browse through jewelry, antique engravings, appliances, crockery and even old furniture.
Chez Eva Pritsky is a quaint bistro, which doubles up as a thrift store during the day. This lovely joint is adorned with mismatched seventies couches, relics and trompe l'oeil'd roof from an ancient period and other historical artifacts. Eva Prtisky is the owner of this Paris gem where friends, antic dealers and artists mingle and drink. For cheap prices, one can order a cask wine glass, complemented with crunchy peanuts.
Austie Co is a brightly decorated children's shop. You can shop for all sorts of accessories for a child's room here, such as lamps, trunks, measuring apparatuses and mirrors. Lots of bright colors and imaginative ways of production is what Astie is all about. They also repair everything that is made of glass, so that you don't lose your precious collectibles!
In business since the 19th Century, Marché Belleville is an eclectic boulevard bazaar. This market is bustling with the multilingual banter of vendors and visitors, emphasizing its culturally-diverse nature. Open every Tuesday and Friday, it is located between the Belleville and Ménilmontant stations. On offer are fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, seafood, regional products, gourmet confections, fabric, flowers, local trinkets and souvenirs.
Located in Ménilmontant, Libre Ere is a quaint bookstore and library that is popular among bibliophiles in Paris. This hidden gem features an impressive collection of books and print publications that represent myriad genres including poetry, photography, art, history, culture and science. They also play host to several book signings, author meetings, readings and debates throughout the year.
Fashion, like history, repeats itself. Casablanca are advocates of this very philosophy. Opened in 1996 by fashion designer Najat, this boutique curates vintage styles from the 1930s onwards. Peruse their racks for secondhand clothing and accessories, as well as unused items. From ruffled skirts, trench coats, ballerinas, blouses, masks, bows and props, relive a yesteryear trend with elan. Reasonable prices and nostalgic charm in their collection makes this place a popular choice among locals and tourists alike.
Grand Dépôt-Vente de Paris, located in the 12th arrondissement, is a 3000 square meter (32291.7 square foot) showroom of quality and diverse secondhand furniture. The ideal shop for bargain hunters, you will find many antique and contemporary furniture and decorative objects here. Whatever your taste, there is something you will fancy. New furniture and objects are available via catalog. Thanks to regular deliveries, you will be able to easily decorate your home at a low price.
Perfectly convenient for those in the Oberkampf or Belleville areas, La Petite Frip features a wide selection of vintage clothing items. Shop for dresses, accessories like sunglasses and belts, and anything else you can think of. Stop in for friendly service that is happy to help make you look your best.
Le Marché aux Puces de Paris / Saint Ouen is one of the most sought after markets in Paris. Renowned in the world as one of the largest antiques and flea markets, their collection is exclusive. The classic items featured are old furniture, mirrors, lamps, bronzes and paintings for decorating your homes in traditional style. You will also find a wide variety for children, and vintage accessories for the ethnic you. Whilst in the 18th Arrondissement, this place is a sure must-visit! Check out the website for detailed information on all their products and services.
With curving alleyways lined with small shops selling a hodgepodge of the weirdest things around, Marche Vernaison in St. Ouens is home to the largest flea markets in the city. Amongst these quaint little stores is Allain Baroux's Antique Curiosity Cabinet, perhaps, the weirdest of the lot. The shop displays Baroux's creations - a collection of unusual creatures made using regular taxidermy. If the mystery of the chupacabra and the legend of Ogopopo keeps you up at night, this place is highly recommended.