The Café Renoir is a corner of peace hidden among the wonders of Montmartre in Paris. Anyone of you has visited Paris for at least once will know very well Montmartre, the favorite village for many painters in the past and today, the liberty land of artists, a lovely place full of charme. Many of you, however, will probably not know the Café Renoir, a peaceful corner at the heart of the Museum of Montmartre, at 12 rue Cortot, a meeting place for renowned painters such as Renoir (who also founded his own atelier there), Suzanne Valadon or Émile Bernard.
Here you can have a coffee break by breathing a bucolic atmosphere of other past times, feeling immersed in a magic Paris, far from the city chaos. Yesterday after a walk in the heart of Montmartre, I decided to stop here for a light lunch and coffee. At first I was able to enjoy the garden, where I had a refreshing lemon and mint cold the and a light lunch! Then it started to rain and I moved inside the café, a stylish place in line with the beautiful garden atmosphere around, where I could taste one of the many delicious desserts by the maison and have a cup of coffee … calmly, because If I could, I would stay in the quiet of the Café Renoir for a long long time!
For those who wants to discover this corner of peace in the heart of Montmartre, Café Renoir it’s open every day from 12h to 18h.
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Musée de Montmartre
12, rue Cortot
75018 Paris 18
Phone:01 49 25 89 39
Siteweb : Cafè Renoir