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Tea Room hideaway inside the gardens of the Musée de Montmartre

 Alain Milliat fresh juice, Rachel's Cakes, Sassy cider well smitten at the Tea Room Café Renoire at the Montmartre Museum

Sip on an iced tea at nightfall inside an open-air Eden, who’s in? Dash thoughtlessly to the Musée de Montmartre and settle down in its brilliant grounds inspired from the classic Bal du Moulin de la Galette de Renoir, who set up his artist workshop in 1876.

Wrought iron chairs and tables placed on gravel, for a date that sets off as magnificently romantic… And to cater for delicate appetites, the Tea Room’s bill of fare proves to be more than pleasing with all the great classics: fresh Allain Milliat juices (€5.50), ideally chilled Sassy ciders (€6), quiches, salads, and let us not forget the irresistible pastries from Rachel’s Cakes (from €3.50 to €6.20, lunch formulas at €16). And of course the divine house-made iced tea mint-lime (€4).

Good idea: take the opportunity to take a tour of the expo “Montmartre, décor de cinéma”, from Amélie Poulain to Vincente Minnelli, offered until January 14th, 2018.

Cost of entry: 4 per person.

Where to find it?

Café Renoir au Musée de Montmartre

12-14 Rue Cortot

75018 Paris

museedemontmartre.fr

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