Bistrot Parisien | Paris
It is in the heart of the alive district of Aligre, between the market covered (and classified!) Bauveau Saint-Antoine - opened every day -, and the market of Aligre, that settled, in 2009, the Café Parisi.
Its multicolored round tables, heated in winter, along its glass facades at the corner of rue d'Aligre and rue Cotte, welcome tourists and regulars for a sandwich on the go, a business meal or a cocktail .
Inside, the walls of red brick lined with slate suggestions more enticing than the other blend in a tangy decor that gives some pep to this wine bar. The ambient good mood and this offbeat modernity are enhanced by a counter completely covered on its vertical wall, a black and white scene of quidams remaking the world ...
It's Sunday that the atmosphere is in full swing. Customers from the area, but also faithful to the market, who sometimes come from far away, are used to meeting around a sandwich with a glass of wine or a brunch that declines according to the season and mood of the chief.