Craft is a sweet little spot located near to Canal Saint-Martin. Think slick co-working space at the back and well-located coffee shop at the front, it’s a good mix.
If you need the time to do a little work or writing while in Paris, this is a great place to try. And I can vouch for the friendly parista baristas! Both the guys working here gave my their version of what they would recommend a tourist do to get the bets of local Paris (see below)
Guy one: well I would recommend a really good breakfast – my favourite is Du Pain et Des Idées – but go on a week day as the baker rests in the weekends. Reaally good coffee.
Guy two: I would choose one area of Paris and really take the time to explore it. So for example here around the canal, I would take a coffee, and chill around the river. If the weather was good I would recommend having a picnic with some beers on the green with some friends.
I feel kind of bad because I didn’t snap the menu, but from my memory we paid around 3/4 euro for a tea – so it was particularly cheap. But I can’t say whether this is good or bad for Paris as I am not an expert.
In regards to the co-working: I believe it was roughly 3 euro per hour!
Mon-Fri from 9am to 7pm; Saturdays & Sundays from 10am to 7pm