Best of Brunch in Paris
While Winter may be taking its toll, you can still find some sort of sunshine during the month of February! (Talking about sunny side up eggs here!) So, ward off the winter blues by making a breakfast rendez-vous with friends at any of these warm and welcoming brunch spots in Paris
Boozy Brunch in Paris:
I think most grown-ups can agree that the best part of brunch is that it serves as an excuse for day drinking. But be warned- not all boozy brunches in Paris are created equal. If you’re looking forward to quality cocktails to go with your morning eggs, stick to the city’s best cocktail spots. Candelaria hosts a Mexican themed cocktail brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-16h featuring special cocktails such as the Desafinado made with cachaça, vermouth, and hibiscus or the house special Bloody Maria. Treize Bakery, located next to Luxembourg Garden, is another great spot for brunch (served all day, every day) paired with creative cocktails. Grab some comfort food (French Toast & Chicken!) and sip a Moscow Mule or Honey Infused Bourbon to take the edge off this winter!
Brunch All Day, Every Day:
In addition to Treize, there are a few other places in Paris where brunch isn’t only reserved for the weekend. Take yourself out to Holybelly 5 for their famous pancakes and everyone’s favorite eggs & sides seven days a week. If you’re in the 11th arrondissement, head to Café Méricourt where the house specialty Shakshuka is the star of the week-long brunch menu.
Kid Friendly Brunch:
The weekend is best spent en famille and who says brunch in Paris and babies are mutually exclusive? Grand Central, located in the 104 cultural center, has a kid-friendly menu and even a playroom next door where little ones can burn off their post-brunch energy starting from 14h30. Aloha Café in the 9th arrondissement has a kid’s brunch menu for 9 euro and a playroom in the back meaning that mommy and daddy can enjoy their meal in peace!
Bottomless Brunch in Paris:
There is no place like Chez Casimir, where the food and wine flow freely and it’s impossible to go home hungry. On Saturday and Sunday morning 25 euro buys an all-you-can-eat brunch which includes self-serve seafood and starters buffet as well as a hot dish and a smorgasbord of cheeses and desserts to assure a fully gluttonous afternoon.
Brunch in Paris with a French Touch:
Located on one of Paris’ most charming streets, rue des Martyrs, Coquelicot is a little bakery with a big view. Head their early to get a seat on the terrace, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and an oeuf à la coque as you watch the city wake up.
Vegan & Veggie Brunch:
Vegans and vegetarians shouldn’t feel left out when it comes to brunch in Paris. There is an increasing amount of morning meal options for plant-based eaters in Paris. Supernature has a vegan brunch for 25 euro and Le Potager de Charlotte hosts a “Petit Déjeuner Tardif” on Sunday mornings with plenty of vegan and vegetarian options.
Our many classes at Cook’n With Class Paris make the best activity during the Winter months! Be sure to check out our newest classes too! Our Vegan French desserts class and Gluten-free French desserts class swap off every other Saturday and our favorite Chocolate Making Course is back from Feb 6-April 24, every Wednesday at 2 pm! You have so many wonderful options for cooking in Paris, so take advantage!
ABOUT OUR BLOGGER
MORE POSTS FROM Emily Dilling
In this blog, Emily treats us to some of the best spots to find French Regional Cuisine in Paris! You can find traditional plats from all around the Country in Paris even though some say the cuisine is dying out. We don’t think so, which is why we have created this list to help you discover the best of the best!
Looking for the best spots to for a Brunch in Paris! Well, we have multiple ideas for you! From Bottomless brunch to the best restaurants with children to vegan and vegetarian spots, we’ve got the Paris brunch list you’ve been waiting for! Let’s go eat!
The holidays may be over but the food festivities are still in food swing. Paris Paysanne’s Emily Dilling shares with us how some tips for finding the perfect fève for your galette des rois at the Paris flea markets and of course we threw in a recipe for you to make yours at home.