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Beaupassage: Paris' New Gourmet Street

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Beaupassage: Paris' New Gourmet Street
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Anne-Sophie Pic, Yannick Alléno, Olivier Bellin, Thierry Marx and Pierre Hermé ... All these great chefs and pastry chefs with 17 Michelin stars between them have settled in the Beaupassage, a vast urban project initiated by Emerige in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, which opened on 25 August.

Suffice to say that gastronomy takes centre stage in this elegant new space dedicated to pedestrians and taste, much like the Grand Hotel-Dieu in Lyon or the Promenade Sainte-Catherine in Bordeaux.

Other taste artisans in the line-up include, Nicole Barthélémy, barista Junichi Yamaguchi and butcher Alexandre Polmard.

Discover each project in more detail:


In the heart of the complex chef Yannick Alléno and his wife Laurence have a three-level establishment complete with restaurant, wine cellar and art gallery.  The cellar boasts over 700 wine labels, both French and foreign, to take away or enjoy on the premises with a communal eating space carved out to "surprise, excite and socialize." L' Allénothèque has a 50 cover dining room with open kitchen views, with another 60 covers on the terrace and 10 at the chef's table.

Daily Pic by Anne-Sophie Pic

Daily Pic is Anne Sophie Pic's gourmet canteen. The triple-star chef offers classic, creative and sometimes vegetal menus, always drawing on seasonality of ingredients. The concept? Fast casual dining designed for everyday eating.

The Salon de Gourmandises by Pierre Hermé

Pierre Hermé opens his first coffee shop in the Beaupassage. The space includes a boudoir, a central bar and a terrace open on sunny days. You can also have breakfast, lunch or a drink.

Thierry Marx's Bakery

Thierry Marx opens his second bakery in heart of Beaupassage with a menu focused on organic flour, old-fashioned dough, pastries, pastries and street food.

Alexandre's Polmard's Butcher-Restaurant

The famous butcher Alexandre Polmard has opened his butcher's shop where you can find all sorts of fresh or aged meats, as well as a restaurant on the first floor with a beef orientated menu.

Olivier Bellin's Mersea, seafood restaurant

The Breton chef opens his second restaurant Mersea, where fish and chips are king. There's table service on the terrace and on the first floor, counter service and cocktail tasting on the ground floor, as well as a delicatessen to bring some happiness to your home.

Arabica, Junichi Ymaguchi's roaster and speciality coffee bar

The artisan barista and latte art world champion Junichi Yamaguchi has also invested in the Beaupassage with a 100 m² and 55 m² terrace where you can enjoy coffees from South America and Africa.

Fromagerie Barthélémy

The famous cheese dairy, Barthélémy, offers a selection of farmhouse cheeses from all over France.



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