Café de Grancy
This classic hangout occupying the ground floor of a lavish 19th-century apartment building has antique chaise longues and slouchy sofas up front, perfect for curling up with a good book and working your way through the extensive hot chocolate menu. There's sit-down dining at the tables in the back and, come evening, a buzzy bar vibe prevails, making this a note-perfect all-day brasserie. Want to take some schoggi (a Swiss colloquialism for chocolate) home with you? Head to Durig Chocolatier, a three-minute walk from the café, to pick up some tongue-tingling Mexican-spiced cocoa.
Avenue du Rond-Point 1, 1006