Fodor's Expert Review Café Marly
Run by the Costes brothers, this café overlooking the main courtyard of the Louvre and I.M. Pei's glass pyramid is a stylish place in Paris to meet for a drink or a coffee, whether in the chic jewel-toned dining rooms or on the Louvre's long, sheltered terrace. Regular café service shuts down during meal hours, when fashion-conscious folks dig into Asian-inspired salads and pseudo-Italian pasta dishes. But, as in other fashion-centric Costes properties, the level of service can range from indifferent to shockingly neglectful, especially considering the prices.
93 rue de Rivoli
Paris, Île-de-France 75001, France
- A see-and-be-seen atmosphere
- Great views of the Louvre
- All-day hours