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It doesn’t get more “Paris” than this: sitting under the stone colonnades, looking out over the Louvre’s glittering glass pyramid, all while sipping chocolat chaud and tearing into a flaky pain aux raisins. In the summer, seating at Café Marly spills onto the Louvre’s courtyard, where patrons can be seen nursing bloody marys and thick, folded omelettes with ham, cheese, and herbs. 

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Café Marly

It doesn’t get more “Paris” than this: sitting under the stone colonnades, looking out over the Louvre’s glittering glass pyramid, all while sipping chocolat chaud and tearing into a flaky pain aux raisins. In the summer, seating at Café Marly spills onto the Louvre’s courtyard, where patrons can be seen nursing bloody marys and thick, folded omelettes with ham, cheese, and herbs.