This walking street amazingly was Paris’s former wine warehouse. The storefronts have been beautifully restored from their previous lives as storage facilities for Paris’s booze stock. Today there are movie theaters, bars restaurants and plenty of shopping. L’Occitane, Sephora, The Frog pub and Agnès B to name a few. There is also the Nicolas Restaurant from the same people who brought Paris the Nicolas wine shop, where every good Parisian buys wine on the way to a dinner party. Here at the Nicolas restaurant, the food is light and delicious and each meal has a suggested wine pairing, reasonably priced at 1-3 euros per glass.
Bercy Village is also an excellent place to go with your family; there are two toy stores for children and lots of family restaurants. You can take the metro, but it is so close to the hotel, only about 15 minutes by foot.
Metro: Cour St-Emilion