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I go shopping there for veggies and bread but always leave the store with a little more than that.
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Really fun to walk around the studios
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Built on Carroll Avenue in the late 1880s, this is a short walk to look at these old houses. There is the Thriller house from Michael Jackson clip on the 1345 Carroll Av
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Old Parisian brasserie with simple food.
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Little coffee shop with good playlist and vinyls selection.
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Art deco brasseries in the 1st near by the Comédie Française
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No matter what season you are, this Magritte blue sky after the sunset is the perfect moment to walk in the streets. It's the blue hour
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It can be hard to find something in this neighbourhood but this little shop has plenty of treasures to stop when you walk around here
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Cheese Island, organic fruits and veggies with affordable prices, this grocery store is heaven
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Many galleries and events and a restaurant
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