La Jeune Rue: a hot new food and design hub in the Marais

Restaurants designed by Paola Navone, Ingo Maurer and many more – all in one street

La Jeune Rue gastronomy project, on the north side of the Marais
La Jeune Rue gastronomy project, on the north side of the Marais | Image: Marlène Huet

In Paris, an invigorated food scene is sweeping through the Rue du Vertbois in the Marais. La Jeune Rue (www.lajeunerue.com; first picture) is a new design and gastronomy project that reads like an awards list at Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile. It is the creation of financier Cédric Naudon, and the first run of openings have featured a butcher’s shop by Michele De Lucchi, an oyster bar by Ramy Fischler and a Korean street-food restaurant by Paola Navone. Another 30-odd stores will follow this year and into 2015, including a speakeasy by Ingo Maurer and a bistro by the Campana brothers. As to where to stay in Paris, theHôtel Plaza Athénée (www.dorchestercollection.com; from €1,382; second picture) willemerge from its 10-month closure on August 1 with new rooms and suites.

The Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris
The Hotel Plaza Athénée in Paris
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