Mini classes and other group lessons take shelter in the private rooms of two of the most trendy co-working cafés * in Paris. One on the left bank, the other on the right bank.
For private lessons and pair lessons (2 students), you'll be offered to take your lesson along with a cup of coffee in one of these carefully chosen spots in Paris. A table, a chair, a smooth feel of belonging: nothing wrong with learning while enjoying the day...
Café Laurent, 33 rue Dauphine, 75006
A classy café with a cosy backroom and a garden-like patio. A rare haven of quietness in a very busy district.
La Contrescarpe, 57 rue Lacépède, 75005
A key location in the Mouffetard district, the place de la Contrescarpe has lost none of its charm, with its fountain and its carousel of bars jealously eyeing at eachother.
Belushi's Café, 109 rue de Crimée, 75019
A very fine location alongside the canal de l'Ourcq, with a friendly 'Rive Droite' atmosphere. Quiet and simple, just as we like it.
Le Petit Cluny, 32 rue de la Harpe, 75005
With Gibert Joseph and Sorbonne University around the corner, a café at the heart of the student life.
Café Beaubourg, 43 rue Saint-Martin, 75004 Paris
Another classy café overlooking the Centre Pompidou, the "place to be" come summertime and a lovely shelter in winter.
Starbucks Coffee, 106 rue Saint-Lazare, 75008
Busy streets for busy pepole A district where everyone always seems in a hurry, apart from those who sit down for a coffee... and a tailor-made French lesson !
La Gare, 19 chaussée de la Muette, 75016
A former train station turned into a restaurant, only two steps away from the Eiffel Tower...
Maison des Métallos, 94 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011
A bar on a mezzanine secret to all but those who've been there before. Close to the Place de la République, a former chiefplace of French syndicalism.
La Coupole, 102 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014
A true Art Deco masterpiece, the most famous Parisian brasserie is also the quintessential symbol of Montparnasse's history,