In june, le Café du 19M opened its doors within la Galerie du 19M, a new cultural hub dedicated to Chanel metiers d’arts and fashion expertises between Paris and Aubervilliers. Located in a building with a bold contemporary architecture, this new original venue welcomes chefs, baristas, designers and other artisans, all masters in their fields and offers a rich menu at affordable prices to discover in a unique setting including a beautiful terrace. Visitors, digital nomads, foodies and local residents, many of you came this summer to discover this new address and we are very grateful!

A new gourmet and place to relax in the North of Paris

A place for encounters, practice and transmission of the métiers d’arts open to all, la Galerie du 19M has taken up residence in the north of the 19th arrondissement, on the edge of the bustling city of Aubervilliers. le Café du 19M was imagined in partnership with Grand Cuisine, an agency specializing in the creation of cultural places and whose founders Patricia Meunier and Mat Gallet run Gelinaz! The International think tank for reflection on the arts and gastronomy.

Located on the ground floor of the building designed by the architect Rudy Ricciotti, winner of the 2006 National Grand Prize for Architecture and author of several emblematic projects, such as the MuCEM in Marseille or the Jean Bouin stadium in Paris, this new café welcomes visitors, digital nomads, foodies and local residents in an impressive hybrid space with impressive high ceilings. Its elegant and contemporary furniture was custom-designed by Studio GGSV and manufactured in collaboration with local associations and artisans. In order to take full advantage of the summer period, a shaded terrace nestled in the heart of the peaceful central garden-forest of 19M will allow you to sip a coffee or enjoy a dish of the day far from the hustle and bustle of the city.

A concentration of talents, a qualitative offer

Open Monday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., le Café du 19M is the new ideal place to take a break or settle down with your computer in a calm and pleasant atmosphere.
The coffee comes directly from the workshops of Antoine Nétien, best roaster in France since 2011 and founder of CLIMA° Coffee and the École Nationale Supérieure du Café. It is served by barista Magdalena Brodzinska, double French Latte Art champion in both 2014 and 2016.

From Monday to Friday, during the lunch break, le Café du 19M also offers a catering offer, to eat in or take away, that renewed every week. The Ardèche cheffe Marion May, also a designer, stylist and photographer, took the helm after a remarkable stint at Providence Guéthary, Fulgurances, the Château de la Haute Borde and Chambre noire... She is supported by Constance Henrot-Tardivier and Sophie Léger , previously in the kitchens of several good addresses in the north-east of Paris, such as Les Pantins, PantoBaguette, Bro and Ventrus. Their solar kitchen highlights seasonal fruits and vegetables, meats, fish and raw products sourced from the best artisans and farmers in the neighborhood and region,  giving pride of place to organic ingredients and zero plastic.

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le Café du 19M
2 Place Skanderbeg, 75019 Paris


Reopening on August 31