Le Moulin de la Galette
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Installé dans un ancien moulin, ce restaurant sert des classiques français dans une salle cosy ou en terrasse.
Le Moulin de la Galette represented diversion for Parisians seeking entertainment, a glass of wine and bread made from flour ground by the windmill. Artists, such as Renoir, van Gogh, and Pissarro have immortalized Le Moulin de la Galette; likely the most notable was Renoir's festive painting “Bal…
A place I've been to a lot and always at Dalida's table, who was living right next door. It was her favorite restaurant, a strong Montmartre address.
Charming place, traditionnal French food at reasonable prices, a good option when you decide to explore Montmartre for the sunset ! It is safer to book.
“Welcome to Espace Dalí, close to the Place du Tertre, in the artistic district of Montmartre. The permanent exhibition offers the largest collection in France of sculptures, engravings and lithographs created by Salvador Dalí, the master of Surrealism. Here we can discover an artist who wished to capture the great themes as he saw them in such works as The Persistence of Memory, but also the Venus Spatiale, an embodiment of beauty, Dali-style. Here we can also enjoy the designer who applied his unique visionary conceptions to everyday objects, as demonstrated by his Boca Canapé, the famous Mae West Lips Sofa.”
“The Passe-muraille, frozen in the wall of Place Marcel Aymé, is a statue created by the actor Jean Marais, in homage to the work of the writer Marcel Aymé! Originally from Yonne, Marcel Aymé spent a good part of his life in Montmartre, rue Norvins. He therefore located most of his novels in this area. In the short story entitled "Le Passe-muraille", Dutilleul, a modest office employee at the Ministry of Registration in Montmartre, discovered one evening that he had the power to cross the walls. He first uses this ability to take revenge for humiliations at the office, then commits burglaries and becomes a rich man, before being thrown in jail and... escaping from it! Falling in love with a pretty woman crossed rue Lepic, he crossed the walls to find her again under the nose and beard of the jealous husband, until the day when he lost his gift, he remained permanently frozen inside a wall, rue Norvins... Jean Marais, a French actor and sculptor, immortalized the wall pass in 1989 in the wall in front of Marcel Aymé's house.”
“A charming museum that traces the history of the districtand of the history of the legendary Montmartre artistic bohemian.”
“Walk through the same plaza and cobblestoned streets that Picasso, Van Gogh, Renoir, Gertrude Stein, Hemingway and the other great artists walked during their time in Paris. Just be aware that this is a very touristy spot so keep an eye on your belongings and head up for an early stroll if you can.”