Les Deux Magots, Paris

4 out of 5 stars 21 Reviews

170 Boulevard St Germain +33 (0)1 45 48 55 25
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    Les Deux Magots: Cafe Les Deux Magots

    by clairegeordio Written May 2, 2004

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    This is one of the most famous cafes in Paris and was established in 1885. Famous artists and writers frequented the cafe including John Paul Sartre and Hemingway. Les Deux Magots is named after the two statues of Chinese origin which still dominate the room.

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    CAFES (Deux Magots)One of the...

    by SirRichard Written Aug 25, 2002

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    CAFES (Deux Magots)
    One of the most pleasant pastimes in Paris is sitting at a table outside a café, watching the world go by. For the price of a café crème, you may linger as long as you like--read the paper, have a meal, or plan your next move while resting your feet. Cafés are found around every bend in Paris--you may prefer a posh perch at a renowned spot such as the Deux Magots (170 blvd, St Germain, 6th . Métro stop: St-Germain-des-Prés. Open: 8h - 02h Daily; closed second week of January. Named after the two wooden statues (the two magots) which still dominate the room, Les Deux Magots is one the most famous cafés in Paris. Jean-Paul Sartre, and Hemingway were both patrons in an earlier era.) or opt for a tiny café du coin (corner café) where you can have a quick cup of coffee at the counter.

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    LE DEUX MAGOTS is my favorite...

    by Michael_D Written Aug 24, 2002

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    LE DEUX MAGOTS is my favorite sidewalk cafe...Its a bit expensive, but so is everywhere else in Paris. The dollar/franc rate isnt too appealing these days and deals are hard to find. Sartre and Hemingway both frequented this place..you can almost hear the accordian music...ooo la la!

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    Les Deux Magots: Another View of Les Deux Magots Outdoor Seating

    by CALSF Written May 28, 2005

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    The location of Les Deux Magots affords lots of people watching. So grab a table and sit for as long as you wish.

    At Les Deux Magots

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    Les Deux Magots

    by barryg23 Updated Feb 16, 2003

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    This is a famous cafe on the Bl St. Germain in the 6th arrondissement. It's a very plush cafe, with rather too-expensive coffee for my budget.

    Les Deux Magots

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    Les deux Magots: Les deux Magots

    by Pierre_Rouss Updated Nov 6, 2002

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    A fixture in Paris culture. Everybody that was somebody has eaten there. Just sit and enjoy the view.

    Favorite Dish: The least possible, maybe a coffee.
    Even a cube of butter will cost you 2-3 francs.

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