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Food Courts : the trendy venues of Paris Region

Chic or chilled out, offering speciality cuisine or a large selection, in department stores or at an old brownfield site, food courts are the latest foodie trend.
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To be enjoyed on the spot or to do your shopping, we love the diversity and conviviality that reign in these gourmet halls. These trendy and festive places have reopened their XXL spaces with their restaurants and now invite you to sit down. Discover our selection!

Food Society, the newest

Europe’s largest food market has just opened its doors in the Montparnasse district. After Lyon, Food Society has moved to Paris, covering an area of 3,500 m², and bringing together 15 varied quality restaurants to offer you the widest possible choice. Open every day, enjoy a lively and tasty experience!

Food Society Paris Gaité

Iconik, the old school

The food market is starting with a bang on the Parisian left bank. In a 100% pop culture atmosphere, street-food is in the spotlight! Burger, pizza or Japanese rolls will delight you while waiting for the DJ set of the evening. Iconik is a varied cuisine and quality products in a festive and crazy environment. A place that reminds us of the icons of the 80’s to today.


Douze, the most local

This is the gourmet market that has taken its place in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. Over 1000m², stalls with local and seasonal products are displayed for a strong commitment. Douze, named after its neighbourhood, is a trendy food court that advocates short circuits and anti-waste. Craftsmen in love with their trades, a restaurant with creative cuisine for a programme from the market to the plate!

Douze%252C restaurant

Eataly, the Mediterranean Option

After Turin and New York, Eataly has now opened a branch in the Marais, in the centre of Paris. The hams hanging from the ceiling, brightly coloured shelves of fruit and veg, fresh and dried pasta, Italian bakery and wine cellar all bring to mind a market square in Italy.

Eataly Paris Marais

La Felicita, the Hipster Option

La Felicita, the Big Mamma group’s food court offering, a vast 4,500-square-metre area which includes five kitchens and three bars, is going strong after the successes of Pink Mamma and Biglove Caffé! Enjoy wandering through the space with its leafy plants and rows of fairy lights.

There’s plenty of choice for eating, between the trattoria counters, pizzeria, and burger joint. You can enjoy it all, sitting next to your neighbours at the long trestle tables, in a super-friendly atmosphere enlivened by the great DJ sets.

La Felicità

Printemps du Goût, the Elegant Option

At the top of the Printemps de l’Homme men’s department store, Printemps du Goût brings together the biggest names in the French food world — artisans, chefs and meilleurs ouvriers de France such as La Maison du chocolat and its ganaches, Laurent Dubois and his cheese, bread by Gontran Cherrier and Byzance caviar. It’s a great spot to do food shopping or sample the best France has to offer in food.

Le Printemps du Goût

Galeries Lafayette des Champs-Elysées, the Select Option

On the lower ground floor of the Galeries Lafayette des Champs-Elysées, 10 specially selected food counters are waiting in a modern food court that is a mix between a delicatessen, takeaway and chic canteen.

The culinary delights of Maison Kaspia, Verot and Stohrer can be enjoyed at brass-topped tables in this extremely Instagrammable, glamorous food court.

Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elysées

Beaupassage, urban fancy

Just next door to Saint-Germain-des-Prés, good food can be enjoyed on the spot or to go at Beaupassage.

This very contemporary venue is home to leading lights on the French food scene: Thierry Marx has a bakery there, Anne-Sophie Pic dishes up gourmet snack food; there’s Yannick Alléno’s wine cellar, which turns into Burger Father and Son in the summer of 2021, Alexandre Polmard’s butcher shop, cheese by Nicole Barthélémy and Pierre Hermé’’s café.


Ground Control, sassy Street Food

The hippest of all can be found near Gare de Lyon, at Ground Control, a hybrid, multidisciplinary space to eat, grab a drink, chill out or go to a concert. The vast, 4,500-square-metre indoor space offers specialities from around the globe, which you can tuck into at the big wooden tables.

From Mexican and Chinese to Indian, African, Taiwanese and Greek food, there’s plenty to satisfy all tastes and appetites!

Ground Control

La Grande Epicerie du Bon Marché, Oh-So-Chic

No need to introduce this institution of good food. La Grande Epicerie du Bon Marché is classy, elegant and a staple of gourmet shopping, located in one of the two buildings of the temple of Parisian chic.

On its shelves you will find the best food produce from around the world, from France to the United States, not forgetting the United Kingdom - culinary voyage guaranteed!

La Grande Epicerie de Paris

Paddock, the most outlet

Paddock, the new shopping and lifestyle destination located in Romainville, just three minutes from the metro and a short stroll from the Canal de l’Ourcq, features a gigantic food hall, with no fewer than 10 restaurants.

The names alone will make your mouth water: Korean cuisine at Dochilak, Vietnamese food at Mekong Kitchen, ceviche specialist Cru , and the New York Italian IT Trattoria.

A round-the-world tour of gastronomy in 4,000 square metres!

Paddock Paris

Our selection

Food Society Paris Gaité
Food Society Paris
The new food court in Paris opens its doors and creates the event! Located in the Montparnasse district, Food Society Paris is the largest food hall in Europe.
Lieu Iconik
Unusual Gastronomy
This new foodcourt in Paris’s 13th arrondissement will amaze you! A trip back to the 80s and 90s for lunch, dinner, drinks after work or a lively evening out.

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