Food Markets bring together different cuisines in one place. This Anglo-Saxon concept proposes to drink, eat and cultivate in a shared covered place or in the open air.
Still few in Paris, the Flanelles hotel has grouped together its favorite addresses, all of them hybrid between a restaurant and a market place. Here, the mix of cuisines and sharing of plates is in the spotlight.

La Felicità
This vast space dedicated to Italy is a project of the Big Mamma group. Installed on the campus of startup stations Station F, the sun loungers mingle with the vegetation and the restaurants have taken up residence in train wagons. Bakery, barbecue, bars, huge terrace and DJ … There is something for everyone.

Point Ephémère
The ideal place to spend your summer evenings, Point Éphémère is turned to art: a rich and varied program of exhibitions, concerts, performances, festivals and unusual events.
It is on the roof of this disused old building that the magic operates: a bar and a terrace restaurant share the bill. The mix of Caribbean, African-American and French cuisine promises gourmet dishes.

Enfants-Rouges market
The oldest market in the capital is the covered children’s market, created in 1615. The restaurants Estaminet or La Petite Fabrique are nestled in the heart of the market. Visitors can also improvise a lunch break at the Italian grocery store, the organic stand, the Lebanese caterer or the Japanese snack bar. Don’t forget to stock up on fresh produce.

Ground Control
A place of cultural life, independent and committed, open all year from Wednesday to Sunday, Ground Control lives according to the seasons and the schedules. Located in a former postal sorting hall near Gare de Lyon, this 4000m² space is home to stands for Taiwanese dishes, Breton specialties, pizzas, pitas, pasta, waffles … accompanied by a wide choice of drinks.

Belleville Food Market
The first dining canteen market in Paris, Belleville Food Market has been held one Thursday per month since 2015. Star chefs, neighborhood canteens, neo-bistros, itinerant caterers… all follow one another and offer specialties from around the world for less than € 10. . On the spot in large tables or to take away, the Food Market brings the magic of street food to Parisian epicureans.