5 Ice-Cream Parlors in Paris

Vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, rocky road– on a warm spring day, a bowl of ice cream would surely suffice to cool you down.

Like Italy, France has a lot of ice cream shops to boast and these ice cream parlors are often visited by French locals and tourists, like yourself. If you find yourself out and about in the city and it turns all humid suddenly, march your way to these five (5) most popular ice cream shops in Paris.

Berthillon
31, rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Ile
75004 Paris

A list for the best ice cream shops in Paris should always start with Berthillon. This small shop in the 4th district has been likened to the Eiffel Tower in significance. Almost every Parisian has been to it and there is absolutely no reason why a tourist shouldn’t visit it, either. It serves one of the best tasting ice creams in Paris and is known throughout the world when it comes to creating sweet, creamy creations.

Berthillon is open from Wednesdays through Sundays, starting at 10:00 AM and closes at 8:00 PM.

Le Bac à Glaces
109, rue du Bac
75007 Paris

Even David Lebovitz, author, blogger, and chez-extraordinaire, considers Le Bac à Glaces one of the best ice cream shops in Paris. Le Bac à Glaces is an ice cream shop that serves all-natural ice creams of all flavors. Visit Le Bac à Glaces from Mondays through Saturdays, starting at 12:00 Noon until 7:00 PM.

Pozzetto
39, rue du Roi de Sicile
75004 Paris

Pozzetto is one of the youngest ice cream shops in Paris which opened in 2005; however, it has quickly gained a loyal following of ice-cream loving locals and tourists. Pozzetto serves ice cream, gelato, and other delicious, sweet creations using all-natural ingredients. Pozzetto is open from Sundays through Saturdays, starting at 11:00 AM and closes by 12:00 MN.

Tutti Sensi
14, rue Norvins
75018 Paris

With over 41 flavors to choose from, you’ll surely have a grand time in Tutti Sensi, a small ice cream shop located near Butte Montmartre. Tutti Sensi is open from Mondays through Sundays, starting at 10:00 AM until 12 midnight.

Grom
81, rue de Seine
75006 Paris

Our newcomer and final contender is from Italy. Grom-Paris first opened in 2008 to serve loyal patrons who have already tasted their sweet creations in Italy. Their creamy gelato products are known far and wide and now that they’re in Paris, you can easily grab a scoop for yourself. Grom is open from Mondays through Sundays, starting at 12 Noon until 12 Midnight.

Top 3 Chocolate Shops in Paris

Like Belgium, France boasts its own unique chocolate creations and there are hundreds, even thousands of chocolate shops in Paris to prove it.

Some of Paris’ most interesting chocolate shops are already known throughout the country, even the rest of the world. These chocolate shops are often found in

Perhaps Paris’ most popular pastry and chocolate shop is Laduree. In fact, Laduree was featured in a Hollywood movie and in several TV shows in the US. Laduree stands for luxurious treats and delicious pastries, making it one of Paris’ highly visited restaurants and pastry shops. Laduree’s Macarons is considered their best and most popular creation, yet.

There are four (4) Laduree branches in Paris todate:

Laduree Bonaparte

Laduree Bonaparte in 21 Rue Bonaparte 75006, Paris

Laduree Royale

Laduree Royale in 16 Rue Royale 75008 Paris

Laduree Printemps

Laduree Printemps near 62 Boulevard Hausmann 75009

Laduree Champs Elysees

Laduree Champs Elysees in 75 Avenue des Champs Elysees 75008 Paris

Although Laduree popularized the sandwich type, colorful macarons which are sold in different restaurants and shops across the country, Laduree also serves other delicious meals and breads.

Just a few blocks away from Laduree Bonaparte is where you can find another popular chocolate shop. La Maison du Chocolat is a chocolate shop that specializes in all things chocolatey like chocolate eclairs, macarons, and cakes. They are known for creating chocolate jewels back in 2005.

You can visit La Maison du Chocolat at 225 Rue du Faubourg St. Honore, 75006 Paris.

On a nearby district, you can find another chocolate shop which is known throughout Paris for their Eiffel Tower chocolate creation. Basically, they product chocolate renditions of the Eiffel Tower.

Michel Chaudun is also a famous restaurant and confectionary in Paris. Tourists and celebrities are known to visit the shop to taste their finest chocolate creations.

For a taste of the Eiffel Tower chocolate, head down to 149 Rue de l’Universite, 75007.

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