Les Commères, the first Parisian pastry bar

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Les Commères, the first Parisian pastry bar

While wandering through the charming streets of Paris' 9th arrondissement, you will not be able to resist the call of sweet treats offered by Les Commères.

South of the Place Pigalle, in the trendy new neighbourhood known as “So-Pi” (for South Pigalle), and a stone's throw from the Butte Montmartre and the Sacré-Cœur, Les Commères offers homemade pastries to be enjoyed with delicious fruit cocktails. High-flying sweet bites like the passion fruit-pineapple pie, the chocolate pudding or the pistachio puff and wild strawberry Saint Honoré will be best relished in this enchanting setting. As for the cocktails, the Fifi and Rosy remain key drinks, sweet and subtly decorated. You will also find a small selection of savoury tapas to be had with a glass of white, rosé or red wine - in moderation, of course.
This next generation bar adorned with plant walls and mosaic flooring, offers brass-covered cutlery and wooden furniture. Lighting remains subtle and slightly subdued, creating a warm and relaxing atmosphere where you can meet with friends or family at any time of the day… or night!

Les Commères
31 Rue Victor Massé
75009 Paris

+33 (0)6 50 94 38 30

https://www.lescommeres-paris.com/

Pastries: from 6 EUR