Time Out says
'Sometimes kids spend a whole afternoon here mucking around in the playhouse,' DoDuDinDon's owner tells us. This sums up the ethos of this bright new emporium, which draws kids and adults alike with its welcoming vibe and stacks of toys, teddies, clothes and other miscellany just waiting to be browsed through. On the one hand, you have pointed-collar blazers (€59) and baggy trackies (€35); on the other, wooden blocks, board games and cuddly soft toys. Major brands (Haba, Djeco, Gotoy) are displayed alongside smaller names (Oh c'est beau, Grain de sel). It's enough to keep the little ones busy for hours; and it case it isn't, you can plonk them in said playhouse while you continue to indulge your latent fondness for beanie babies.
3 rue Alexandre Parodi
|Transport:||Métro : Louis Blanc|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 3-7pm|