The right vintage spot: Belle Lurette, for savvy vintage shoppers who adore watching pros at work refurbishing their latest finds.
What do you find there? New pieces each week: mirrors, luminairies and furniture spanning from the late 19th century to the Seventies, without forgetting Scandinavian pieces, all in excellent state.
The price: not exactly cheap, but the pieces are of super quality and ready to be placed in your living room: table in faïence €100, Italian coffeepot between €15 € and €30, 70’s coffee table in Scandinavian style wood €320, vintage rings €90, old iron posters €120, movies seats €150, mirror €120 ...
The good brunch: five minutes away, the comforting brunch of Estaminet at €23: sweet/salty, all you can eat buffet with warm drinks, viennoiseries, crêpes, a wide array of fruit juices, salty or sweet cake, scrambled eggs, perfectly crispy bacon, hard boiled eggs, farmer cheese with muesli, fruit salad, chocolate mousse. Then, choose your camp between a club sandwich with smoked salmon and cream of chives or a club sandwich with chicken, croquettes of camembert and brioche-like French toast. Reservations are highly suggested by telephone.
Belle Lurette - Trolls et Puces, open Tuesday to Friday from noon-7pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 2pm-7pm. 5 rue du Marché Popincourt, 75011 Paris. 01 43 14 60 00.
L’Estaminet, everyday from 12pm to 12am. 116 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris. 01 43 57 34 29.
© @chicandclothes / Instagram