Located on the tree-lined Canal St. Martin, Chez Prune is a local hotspot that serves coffee, aperitifs, good beer (a rare find in Paris) and classic bistro fare to students and well-informed tourists. Grab a chair outside, order a light lunch or a meat and cheese platter, and watch Parisians stroll gracefully along canal. A more idyllic location for a café is hard to come by, and the people-watching is hard to beat. Dinner is decent, but most of the locals will savor a pre-meal beverage and move on.
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