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Hôtel Bel Ami
If you stand outside Les Deux Magots, you have to be prepared to photograph tourists wanting proof of their encounter with French philosophy. The former haunt of Sartre and de Beauvoir now draws a less pensive crowd that can be all too m'as-tu vu, particularly at weekends. The hot chocolate is still good, though, and served in generous portions. Visit on a weekday afternoon when the editors return, manuscripts in hand, to the inside tables, leaving enough elbow room to engage in some serious discussion......
Address:6 place Saint-Germain-des-Prés
Opening hours:7.30am-1am daily
Paris intellectuals gathered in this cafe
shuangxi cafe Les Deux Margots was founded in 1812, also called the double caf, the name of the cafe comes from the two Chinese compradors on the pillar Wooden statue. The caf is located on the left bank of the Saint-Germain-des-Prs. It used to be a gathering place for Parisian literature and intellectual elites. Surrealist artists, Simon Pova and Sartre and other intellectuals, Ernest Hemingway and other young writers, Camus and Picasso are also frequent visitors. Now it will be a chance to encounter all the stars.
Address: 6 Place Saint-Germain des Prs