"A new adventure in the heart of Paris"
After the opening of Hippolyte, it is now the turn of the Auguste crêperie to enter the scene!
Located on rue Saint-Martin a hundred meters from the forecourt of the Center George Pompidou and the Halles district, the name "Auguste" pays homage to Philippe Auguste, king of France, conqueror from 1180 to 1223.
The halls, over the centuries, will experience major transformations. Indeed, in 1183, wooden halls will be built by Philippe Auguste.
The expansion of this district in the heart of Paris will thus benefit rue Saint-Martin and contribute to its development.
In a modernized 1950s setting, the atmosphere is warm with its velvet benches, its bar and its marble and gold tables. And a few pop'Art canvases to honor this trendy and artistic district