The Café Renoir, hidden in the garden of the Musée de Montmartre awaits you for an exotic break in its glass roof or in its green garden in summer.
Inspired by a masterpiece
A stone’s throw from the Sacré Coeur, slip away with your eyes closed and settle in at the Montmartre museum in its superb garden inspired by the masterpiece Le Bal du Moulin de la Galette by Renoir, who set up his studio there in 1876. The Renoir Café-terrace, formerly reserved for Museum visitors, is now open to everyone for the summer period for the modest sum of €5 per entrance (café and garden).
A magnificient view
Quiet, sheltered from pedestrian traffic and the hustle and bustle of Paris, treat yourself to a thirst-quenching and gourmet break. Note also that you can walk there and discover at the back of the garden, a magnificent view of the hill, overlooking the Vigne du Clos Montmartre. Wrought iron chairs and tables set up on the gravel, the meeting turns out to be ultimately romantic… And to feed delicate appetites, the tea room menu is more than delightful with all the greatest classics : fresh juice Alain Milliat (€5.50), well-flavoured Sassy cider (€6), quiches, salads, not to mention the alluring pastries from Rachel’s Cakes (€3.50 to €6.20, lunch menu €16). Not forgetting the divine homemade mint-lime iced tea (€4).
Café Renoir at the Museum of Montmartre
12-14 Rue Cortot 75018 Paris