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9th Arrondisement

Opéra, Pigalle

Today, the 9th is not to be defined purely through its classic sites but its exciting cultural scene: wide awake within the slanting streets of South Pigalle and dominated by young, creative locals. As a go-to hub for the city’s alternative music scene, it feels like the modern day equivalent to Montmartre’s cabaret-centric past, which certainly makes sense as the bucolic village is just a stones throw away. Serving up every cultural delight – from romantic museums and wine bars to hip coffee spots and luxury vintage boutiques – the 9th arrondissement is a failsafe district to accommodate fashionable desires. So herewith, Vingt’s guide to its most stylish spots, all of which are guaranteed to bring a cultural refresh to your Parisian lifestyle…

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Musée Gustave Moreau

    Arguably Pigalle’s most impressive cultural spot, Musée Gustave Moreau is an artistic heaven dedicated to the works of the symbolist master. Originally the artist’s dwelling, today it hosts an archive of his assets,… Read more

Mamie Blue

    Sure, the kilo shops in Le Marais are good, but if you’re a serious vintage connoisseur, a trip to South Pigalle’s golden spot – Mamie Blue – is calling. Soft fifties jazz sounds… Read more

Balades Sonores

    If a record collection sits in your apartment, the best place you can go to update it is Balades Sonores. Split across two stores next door to one another, the selection of sounds… Read more

Le Dépanneur

  Opening quietly over summer, new bar and restaurant Le Dépanneur has brought a touch of California casual to the 9th arrondissement. The original Le Dépanneur is fondly remembered through hazy memories as somewhat of a… Read more

Le Rocketship

    Part design boutique, part coffee bar, the location is prime in the 9th arrondissement, around the corner from Hotel Amour, a block from rue des Martyrs, and just a few steps away from… Read more

Max Linder Panorama

  Max Linder Panorama is one of several classic art deco cinemas concentrated in 9th and 18th arrondissements. Unlike its landmark neighbor, the 3000 seater Rex, Max Linder has an unassuming exterior. Built in 1912,… Read more

Rose Bakery

    With sanctuaries like these, the trick is to keep breathing. The light knight has saved me to a place beyond. Some of the best coffee in Paris, the darkest chocolate and the tarts… Read more

L’Autour d’un Verre

    All the food is completely fresh from local suppliers and the wine is natural. It’s in a great part of town too, behind Bonne Nouvelle and the Grands Boulevards. There is a warren… Read more