Within walking distance of Sacré Cœur, the tea room of the Musée de Montmartre reminds you that this district of Paris was once a charming little village.
Tucked away out of sight, discover a superb, verdant country garden that contains the Renoir terrace café. After a thirst-quenching, tasty interlude in the shade of the trees, take the opportunity to explore the rear of the garden, which faces the Vigne du Clos Montmartre and provides an unobstructed view of the little hill. Timeless charm!
###A secret garden in the heart of Montmartre
Formerly reserved for visitors to the museum, the café Renoir is now open to all during the summer season. With a menu that offers an extensive selection of high-quality seasonal produce, there is something for everyone. No need to choose between sweet or savoury options – you can have both! Whether alone or in good company, come and escape the hubbub of the city and enjoy the Paris sunshine in this tremendously romantic setting.
Just as in a winter garden, the café’s glass wall looks out onto the greenery of the Renoir garden. Coffee break, afternoon tea or a quick lunch – it’s time to take a break!
Discover the district of Montmartre, Impressionist destination.