With its small pedestrian and cobbled streets, the Montorgueil district in the 2nd arrondissement has great charm. To walk in this district is above all to immerse yourself in the rich and old history of the Halles de Paris, a vast market which for 8 centuries fed Paris and Parisians, before leaving definitively for Rungis in 1969. The main artery, rue Montorgueil, brings together fruit and vegetable shops, bars, shops, and restaurants. At n° 38 of the street, there is “L'escargot Montorgueil”, Guitry, Proust, Dali’s favorite cuisine in the 20th century. Admire the ceiling at the entrance and the painting that adorned Sarah Bernhardt’s dining room!
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