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Down the street on the opposite corner is a popular theater, Theatre de L’Atelier, with its tree covered square. We’ve had some “star sightings” at the sidewalk café directly across from the theater as the actors relaxed between rehearsals.

Our elegant 19th century building that was once a hotel is on the left with the trees on the balcony. Rumor has it that Jacques Brel lived here when he first came to Paris.

Le Progres is a neighborhood haunt, written up in the NY Times. Great place for lunch and a favorite watering hole in the late afternoons and evenings. The Montmartrobus stops at this corner.

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