The Marché d’Aligre is a perfect reflection of the relaxed and joyful backdrop of the Parisian neighbourhoods Ledru-Rollin and Saint-Antoine.
Historically the scene of the barricades of the 1789 revolution, its climate continues to draw big crowds today. Lined with bars and shops, the market is a meeting place for Parisians to enjoy a pleasant and friendly moment together. The market includes a covered portion in the Beauvau Hall and extends out onto Place d'Aligre and into the adjacent streets.
In the covered market, discover the array of fine grocers offering quality food services and fill your bags with delicious local and seasonal products from the Boucherie Végétarienne, the Langlet-Hardouin Fromagerie or at **[Jojo & Co](, the market bakery.
Outside, the ambiance is totally different but just as charming. Here, the low prices of seasonal vendors are a joy for the savviest of bargain hunters! Second-hand and antique dealers liven up the square with their stalls of fabrics, knick-knacks, vintage books, paintings, vintage clothing and sculptures.
To enjoy a dozen savoury oysters with a glass of white wine, make your way to the Baron Rouge, a real neighbourhood institution.
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
Every day throughout the year. Closed on Monday.
- Visual disability
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
- Mental disability
- Hearing disability