It’s simply not possible to visit la ville d’amour without stopping by some cafés and grabbing a quick bite to eat or at least something to drink, but doing so doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Discover some of the places in Paris where people can grab a coffee to go for no more than €1 ($1.20).
Somewhat off the beaten path in a northern corner of the 18th Arrondissement is a super cool, pop-rock garage bistrot that sells coffee for €1. Not only do they offer cheap coffee, but they’re also one of Paris’ top places for craft beer. There are three rotating taps including two French craft beers and one “bière ordinaire” (Stella Artois or the like), all brewed in France by small producers including Mont Salève, Fleurac, and La Franche. It’s a spot geared towards night owls, as they open at 5 pm.
Le Supercoin, 3 Rue Baudelique, Paris, France, +33 09 50 07 04 90
Le Piston Pelican
Recently opened, this café has been welcoming eager coffee-lovers for the last three months and enticing customers with their €1 coffee offer at the counter. This offer is geared towards the early birds and runs from early dawn until 10 am. It’s particularly for those on their way to the famous Père Lachaise cemetery because once inside the huge cemetery, unsurprisingly, there’s not really anywhere to buy a drink. Stopping by this place before hitting the tombs isn’t a bad call.
Le Piston Pélican, 15 Rue de Bagnolet, Paris, France, +33 01 43 71 15 76
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