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Front of the Enoteca restaurant in the Saint Paul Village in the heart of Le Marais in Paris

Enoteca - Gourmet Italian restaurant in Paris

A true gourmet italian restaurant in the heart of Le Marais. Delicious typical italian cuisine with unique flavors of white truffles, anti pasti, … one of our favorite table in Paris - Reservation is absolutely necessary. The restaurant is nestled in a house of the XVII th century in the heart of the famous antique shops district in Le Marais : The Saint Paul village. A little noisy sometimes but the table is so good... and the wine list is a real travel by itself... unique in Paris.


Restaurant address : 25 Rue Saint Charles 75004

Subway : Saint Paul

Price Range : 30 - 50 Eur

District : Le Marais

Tel : 33 (0)1 42 22 56 56

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Enoteca Restaurant - Place to eat in Le Marais Paris

Le Marais district in Paris

Le Marais is a trendy district in Paris now celebrated for its nightlife. In the eleventh century, Order of the Temple cleared the marshlands in the northeast Philippe Auguste's enclosure. From the fourteenth century onwards, the aristocracy built large residences in the area, a trend which was accelerated by the creation of the Place Royale (which would become the Place des Vosges) by Henri IV in 1605. The departure of the royal court to Versailles led to a decline in the district. Haussmann's urban redevelopment only marginally affected the Marais through new alignment rules and constructions, lending irregular width to many of the neighbourhood's streets. Towards the end of the nineteenth century and in the first half of the twentieth century, the area surrounding the Rue des Rosiers became home to many Jews from Eastern Europe, further specializing local labour in the clothing industry. The Marais was therefore a target for the Nazis when they controlled the city. In 1969, André Malraux made the Marais the first protected sector, with the area being home to many museums, art galleries and historic sites.

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