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A six-seater coffee shop staple in Paris.

Boot Café is an understated coffee shop on a quiet street between the busier Rue de Turenne and Boulevard Beaumarchais in Le Marais. Only postcards and photos are tacked to the walls, and the menu is limited to coffee, tea and the selection of cakes that sit under glass domes on the counter.

The name choice is as simple as its interiors: Boot Café is so-called because the space was once a shoe shop. The café retains some trappings of its former life thanks to a Cordonnerie sign painted on its fading blue façade and a large red boot trade sign hanging adjacent.

Boot Café
19 Rue du Pont aux Choux
75003 Paris
France

  • Words:
    Garett Nelson
  • Photograph:
    Nanni Gabrielle
  • Words:
    Garett Nelson
  • Photograph:
    Nanni Gabrielle
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