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24/7 pharmacies in Paris

24/7 pharmacies in Paris

Pharmacies in Paris open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Pharmacie Dhéry
84 Avenue des Champs-Elysées
Galerie des Champs
75008 Paris
tel: 01.45.62.02.41
Metro: George V

Pharmacie Perrault/Européenne
6 Place Clichy
75009 Paris
tel: 01.48.74.65.18
Metro: Place de Clichy

Other pharmacies in Paris open 7 days a week but not around the clock:
4th arrondissement
Pharmacie du Village
26 Rue du Temple
75004 Paris
tel: 01.42.72.60.71
Metro: Hôtel de Ville

M-Sat: 8.30am-9.30pm
Sun: 9am-8pm

Pharmacie des Halles
10 Boulevard de Sébastopol
75004 Paris
tel: 01.42.72.03.23
Metro: Châtelet

M-Sat: 9am-12am
Sun: 9am-10pm

8th arrondissement
Pharmacie du Drugstore Publicis
133 Avenue des Champs-Élysées
75008 Paris
Metro: George V

M-Sun: 8am-2am

Pharmacie Matignon
2 Rue Jean Mermoz
75008 Paris
tel: 01.43.59.86.55
Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt

M-Sun: 8.30am-12am

9th arrondissement
Pharmacie Internationale
5 Place Pigalle
75009 Paris
tel: 01.48.78.32.65
Metro: Pigalle

M-Sun: 8am-12am (open until 1am on Friday and Saturday)

British and American Pharmacy
1 Rue Auber
75009 Paris
tel: 01.42.65.88.29
Metro: Opéra

M-Sun: 8am-8.30pm

10th arrondissement
Pharmacie Paris Est
Hall St Martin 4
75010 Paris
tel: 01.46.07.55.00
Metro: Gare de l’Est

M-F: 7am-9pm
Sat: 8am-9pm
Sun: 9am-8pm

11 arrondissement
Grande Pharmacie de la Nation
13 Place de la Nation
75011 Paris
tel: 01.43.73.24.03
Metro: Nation

M-Sun: 8am-11pm

12th arrondissement
Pharmacie Benhamou
2 Place de la Nation
75012 Paris
tel: 01.43.43.42.05
Metro: Nation

M-Sun: 9am-12am

Grande Pharmacie Daumesnil
6 place Félix Eboué
75012 Paris
tel: 01.43.43.19.03
Metro: Daumesnil

M-Sun: 8.30am-10pm

Pharmacie Forum Santé
86 Boulevard Soult
75012 Paris
tel: 01.43.43.13.68
Metro: Porte de Vincennes

M-Sun: 8am-2am

13th arrondissement
Pharmacie Italie Tolbiac
61 Avenue d’Italie
75013 Paris
tel: 01.44.24.19.72
Metro: Tolbiac

M-Sun: 8am-2am

14th arrondissement
Pharmacie Montparnasse
3 Rue Départ
75014 Paris
tel: 01.43.20.70.22
Metro: Montparnasse

M, Sat: 9am-10pm
Tu-F: 8.30am-10pm
Sun: 10am-10pm

15th arrondissement
Pharmacie Centrale
52 Rue du Commerce
75015 Paris
tel: 01.45.79.75.01
Metro: Emile Zola

M-F: 8am-12am
Sat-Sun: 9am-12am

18th arrondissement
Pharmacie Espace Conseil
64 Boulevard Barbès
75018 Paris
tel: 01.46.06.02.61
Metro: Château Rouge

M-Sun: 8am-2am

Festival Super Mon Amour! in Paris at Social Club, La Cigale, La Maroquinerie, Point Ephémère.

Festival Super Mon Amour! in Paris at Social Club, La Cigale, La Maroquinerie, Point Ephémère.

February 17, 2010 - 11pm
KOUDLAM + BOTOX Live + QOSO DJ SET + SHIT BROWNE
at Social Club
142 Rue Montmartre
75002 Paris
tel: 01.40.28.05.55
Metro: Bourse

February 18, 2010 - 8pm
The xx at La Cigale
120 Boulevard Rochechouart
75018 Paris
tel: 01.49.25.81.75
Metro: Pigalle, Anvers

February 19, 2010 - 8pm
CHOKEBORE + LE PRINCE MIIAOU at La Maroquinerie
23 Rue Boyer
75020 Paris
tel: 01.40.33.35.05
Metro: Gambetta, Menilmontant

February 20, 2010 - 11pm
GLASS CANDY live + DESIRE live + LOGO dj set + CHATEAU MARMONT live + MONDKOPF live + FUTON dj set + CHEVALIER PLAY dj set
at Le Point Ephémère
200 Quai de Valmy
75010 Paris
tel: 01.40.34.02.48
Metro: Jaurès, Louis Blanc

February 21, 2010 - 8pm
MUGISON solo + TUNE YARDS + MUMFORD & SONS
at La Maroquinerie
23 Rue Boyer
75020 Paris
tel: 01.40.33.35.05
Metro: Gambetta, Menilmontant

Naive New Beaters at La Cigale in Paris.

Naive New Beaters at La Cigale in Paris.

Nobody wears knitted bat sweaters like singer David Boring (is it me or is he Nacho Libre’s Esqueleto’s twin?!)

May 7, 2010—8pm
Naive New Beaters at La Cigale
120 Boulevard Rochechouart
75018 Paris
tel: 01.49.25.81.75
Metro: Pigalle, Anvers

Emmanuelle Zysman in Paris: Soulful and sophisticated jewelry.

Emmanuelle Zysman in Paris: Soulful and sophisticated jewelry.

The whimsical and sophisticated world of Parisian jewelry designer Emmanuelle Zysman feels like a haven from the adjacent bustling Pigalle neighborhood. Emmanuelle Zysman uses gold, gold-plated sterling silver and semi-precious or precious stones (diamonds.) Check out the simple, yet original and soulful design of her bracelets, such as the 18k gold-thread hammered and “Diane” bracelets with their robust cotton fasteners. The “Seven” bracelets send me straight back to my childhood—they are my madeleines de Proust. Her stoneless gold rings work so well as a set. And lastly don’t miss her beautiful and more intricate sautoir necklaces and her stylish earrings (i.e: “Java” earrings.)
While her prices depend on the fluctuation in the prices of precious metals, her jewelry is always very reasonably priced. You might easily walk by her shop, find yourself wanting to see more, enter the place, fall in love with one of her pieces and buy one on a whim.
Emmanuelle Zysman works in the back of her store, all her jewelry is cast, assembled and set in Paris. Her reliable customer service offers a lifetime warranty to maintain, repair or bring your jewelry back to life.
The store also sells accessories such as the glamorous leather lamé pouch or the python glasses case, silk headscarves, wool or mohair scarves, and the timeless, fashionable and fabulous Maison Fabre gloves (check out the Steve McQueen pair…)

Emmanuelle Zysman
81 Rue des Martyrs
75018 Paris‎
tel: 01.42.52.01.00‎
Metro: Abbesses

Tu-F: 11am-7pm
Sat: 12pm-8pm
Sun: 3.30pm-7pm
Closed on Monday

Cold War Kids in Paris at La Cigale

Cold War Kids in Paris at La Cigale

Cold War Kids—Matthew Aveiro, Jonathan Russell, Nathan Willett and Maust—released their latest album Loyalty to Loyalty in September 2008. They are touring Europe this Spring with their new songs and will perform at La Cigale in Paris on May 27, 2009.

May 27, 2009—8pm
Cold War Kids at La Cigale
120 Boulevard Rochechouart
75018 Paris
tel: 01.49.25.81.75
Metro: Anvers, Pigalle

Rose Bakery in Paris: healthy tasty food in lively neighborhoods.

Rose Bakery in Paris: healthy tasty food in lively neighborhoods.

Franco-British couple Mr. and Mrs. Rose had a child. They called it Bakery. A Rose Bakery was born in London. Then they decided to move to Paris and they gave birth to a second, and recently a third, Rose Bakery. Rose Bakery is the name of their very successful—hence the new addition to the family—bakery/restaurants. The third Rose Bakery restaurant is in the hands of chef Kaori Endo, a 34 year-old Japanese cook who just published a book of recipes and who will be on T.V for eight cooking shows. At Rose Bakery they use quality ingredients, lots of organic and carefully chosen goods for their savory tarts, quiches, healthy salads (lentil salad, carrot salad, potato salad, baked beans, duck pot-au-feu…) and their delicious desserts (carrot cake, cheesecake, vegan fruit cake, lemon cake, green tea-raspberry cake, banana nut bread, scones, muffins, brownies…) They serve breakfast during the week and brunch on the weekend (eggs, pancakes…). In other words, Rose Bakery is a perfect place for breakfast, lunch, brunch and afternoon tea and pastries. It’s healthy, good, pretty and it is located in two great areas of Paris.

Rose Bakery 3rd arrondissement
30 rue Debelleyme
75003 Paris
tel: 01.49.96.54.01
Metro: Filles du Calvaire

Tu-Sun: 9am-6pm (kitchen closes at 4pm)
Closed on Monday

Rose Bakery 9th arrondissement
46 rue des Martyrs
75009 Paris
tel: 01.42.82.12.80
Metro: Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, Pigalle

Tu-Sun: 10am-6.30pm (kitchen closes at 4pm)
Closed on Monday

Fleet Foxes in Paris at La Cigale

Fleet Foxes in Paris at La Cigale

It all started in Seattle with Robin Pecknold and Skye Skjelset. They are now five and are called Fleet Foxes. “Baroque harmonic pop jams” is how they describe their music. Good lyrics, musical maturity and beautiful vocal harmonies have propelled the band onto the international scene in just a couple years. They played at the SXSW festival in March 2008, released internationally their second EP Sun Giant a month later in April, and their debut full length album Fleet Foxes came out in June that same year.  At the end of 2008 Fleet Foxes was rated album of the year by Billboard’s Critic’s Choice. Fleet Foxes is currently touring and their UK shows, as well as the San Francisco ones are sold out. But at la Cigale in Paris there’s still some room left. Run, rush, race!

February 25, 2009—8pm
Fleet Foxes at La Cigale
120 Boulevard Rochechouart
75018 Paris
tel: 01.49.25.81.75
Metro: Pigalle, Anvers

Musée de la Vie Romantique

Musée de la Vie Romantique

This museum is particularly precious for its rose garden, a little heaven of quietness tucked away from the busy streets of Paris. The perfect place, from Spring until the end of Summer, to sip hibiscus iced-tea while reading your favorite novel or writing postcards to your friends. Home of the portraitist Ary Scheffer, this 19th-century hôtel particulier—Hôtel Scheffer-Renan—saw a lot of famous artists such as Delacroix, Géricault, George Sand, Chopin, Rossini, Dickens… It is today a museum dedicated to the works of the painter Ary Scheffer himself as well as the ones of neighbor and friend George Sand.
Free permanent collection. Temporary exhibitions from 3.30€ to 9€.

Musée de la Vie Romantique
16 Rue Chaptal
75009 Paris
tel: 01.55.31.95.67
Metro: Pigalle, Blanche, Saint-Georges

Tues-Sun: 10am-6pm
Closed on Monday