The Best New Terraces in Paris for Summer 2023

The best new terraces in Paris for the summer of 2023

Paris is a city that reinvents itself constantly, and each summer brings its share of new terraces. Whether you are looking for a green spot, a trendy atmosphere, a refined cuisine or a musical animation, you will surely find your happiness among the best new terraces in Paris for the summer of 2023. Follow the guide and let yourself be tempted by these ephemeral or permanent places that will make the capital vibrate.

Dar Mima: A paradise of oriental hospitality, designed by the architect Laura Gonzalez. For Dar Mima, Fatima, Jamel Debbouze’s mother, shares her secret recipes, such as her bread, her Zaalouk salad, her pastries and, of course, her incomparable couscous. Enjoy the stunning view of the Seine from the spacious terrace on the rooftop of the Institut du Monde Arabe.

Nonos & Comestibles: A French grill reinvented by Paul Pairet, a Michelin-starred chef who runs four restaurants in Shanghai. Nonos offers timeless dishes with generous, gourmet and “happy” recipes. Comestibles is its little brother, a deli counter and a friendly canteen with a selection of seafood, charcuterie, smoked fish and cheese. The terrace is located in front of the majestic Hôtel de Crillon

Fabula: An ephemeral restaurant inside the courtyard of the Musée Carnavalet, dedicated to the history of Paris. You can find more information on our dedicated blog post here

Bar Les Ombres: A beautiful cocktail bar on the roof of the Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac. The bar offers innovative cocktails by Margot Lecarpentier, know for Combat her Cocktail Bar in Belleville. The terrace offers an exceptional view of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine river. You can also enjoy some snacks from the restaurant Les Ombres (Alain Ducasse Restaurant) prepared by chef Alexandre Semperé.

La Chambre Bleue: The restaurant of Maison Delano Hotel, is a Franco-Andalusian restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Dani García, who offers creative and tasty cuisine inspired by both regions. The restaurant has a beautiful terrace in the historic courtyard of the hotel, where guests can enjoy the sun and the cocktails.

Les Petites Mains: A a popup restaurant in the gardens of the Palais Galliera, a fashion museum in Paris. It offers a seasonal and refined cuisine with Geoffrey Lengagne as the chef. The restaurant has a beautiful terrace in the historic courtyard of the palace facing the Eiffel Tower.

Le Café des Délices: A café that feels like a future hangout spot for many Parisians. This café has been given a makeover with a terra cotta facade and a polished zinc-topped bar. The menu offers snazzy small plates to share on the lovely parisian terrace.

These are just some of the best new terraces in Paris for the summer of 2023. There are many more to discover and enjoy in this city that never ceases to surprise us with its charm and vitality. So don’t hesitate to explore and share your favorite spots with us! Bon appétit!