Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Paris Rouge LXXII - Chez Marianne


Chez Marianne in the Marais is a place I've photographed more than once. I've never dined here. I checked the ratings and found it serves Kosher and Middle Eastern cuisine.  Mixed reviews on the service. That said, it's a great photo op in any season.

2 rue Hospitalières St. Gervais
75004 Paris
Métro  Saint-Paul

17 comments:

Thirtytwo degrees said...

I always love to hear your soundtracks..the image is really so pretty I see why you like it as a photospot...just as I like your blog for its musical sounds of France. merci beaucoup

Thirtytwo degrees said...

P.S. I wonder how the food is for kosher and middle eastern cusine...not that I like either one..

martinealison said...

Une façade toute verdoyante... Belle photo.
Gros bisous

this is Belgium said...

did you like the food, Virginia? not taking the service into account?
will be heading that way in two weeks and staying near St Paul... to be close to the maison de la photographie, among other things

Malyss said...

Those green and red are already Xmas colors! :o)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I LOVE THAT PLACE...Anita

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

I remember strolling past Chez Marianne. I adore vine covered buildings - despite the damage the vines cause!

Leif Hagen said...

Did Marianne get the chance to talk to you, the "Paris through my Lens" daily photo blogger?!
Lovely Paris Rouge (check spelling) photo

M said...

I like this photo although I think next time you go it will be totally engulfed by the vines!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

How funny that we both had vines in Paris today! Love the rouge, and although I have seen this place, I have not eaten there either.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like the square bright yellow sign fighting it's way out through the ivy Virginia, lovely colour combinations.

d e l i g h t said...

Beautiful place!! It is always a delight to visit each day when you post! I dream of going to Paris again!

Daryl said...

love the greenery .. love the red awnings .. someday I'll get my own Paris photos

Starman said...

I've not eaten there, either, but I love Middle Eastern cuisine.

Alexa said...

I've heard it's not good for a structure to be overgrown with ivy like that—but it looks fabulous!

ALAIN said...

Paris rouge, c'est aussi les sens interdits.

Viennese Girl Vreni said...

I passed by "Chez Marianne" sooo many times (I love the Marais), but I have not eaten there. The food looks interesting.