Passage des Panoramas
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Opened in 1834 and going strong ever since, featured in Emile Zola’s 1880 novel ‘Nana’, the Passage des Panoramas is the most characterful of Paris’s covered galleries, crammed with quality bars and restaurants, vintage postcard shops and philatelist boutiques. First up is the quirky Victoria Station, where you can dine in what looks like a velvet-lined train carriage, followed by the gorgeous wood-fronted Arbre à Cannelle, the gluten-free Noglu, Indian and Chinese restaurants and more. Branching off the main gallery, tributaries the Galerie des Varietés and Galerie Montmartre house hip wine bar Coinstot Vino and co-working canteen Silicon, among other treats.
10 rue Saint-Marc
|Transport:||Métro : Grands Boulevards|
|Opening hours:||Daily 6am-12mid|