53 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France

Beaupassage is a ritzy urban renewal project that has reinvented a charming pedestrian street in Saint-Germain-des-Prés as a gourmet food court. The architecture of existing buildings on Rue Grenelle, including an 18th-century convent, has been retrofitted to accommodate upscale restaurants helmed by Michelin-starred chefs Yannick Alléno, Anne-Sophie Pic, Olivier Bellin and Thierry Marx. In addition to this impressive cluster of hot spots, Beaupassage is home to world-class artisanal-food purveyors. For the finest French cheeses, head to Nicole Barthélémy’s eponymous fromagerie. Japanese coffee impresario Junichi Yamaguchi’s brûlerie sells beans and freshly brewed café to go, and carnivores won’t want to miss Alexandre Polmard’s boucherie. A feast for the eyes as well, Beaupassage showcases site-specific artworks by Fabrice Hyber, Stefan Rinck, Eva Jospin and Marc Vellay.

Written by Emma Pierce

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