Cafe de Flore
    St Germain and the Latin Quarter, Paris

    About Cafe de Flore

    21732 10332

    The Cafe de Flore is one of Paris' landmark destinations. Its history is rich, its clientele legendary: Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, Lawrence Durrel, Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, the usual subjects. It has lost some of its sheen over the years, inevitably, and now you're as likely to have a table beside a party of guidebook-toting tourists as the Parisian intellectual elite, but it is also still favoured by locals looking for a chic place to start their evening or to take their breakfast coffee and croissant.

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