Between tradition et modernity
In September 1989, a Deux Magots café-restaurant opened in Tokyo, in the Shibuya district. Designed by famous French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, this trendy destination, featuring the genuine spirit and visual and graphic design of the Paris literary café, artistically blends with the modern ambience of the Bunkamura cultural centre. A terrace opens onto a light-filled atrium at the heart of this elegant two-floor structure, enabling Japanese customers and tourists to enjoy the true Parisian spirit in the land of the Rising Sun.Destination Tokyo
A gust of freedom
From summer 2023, freedom’s breeze wafts through Sao Paulo, the Brazilian megalopolis. In the posh Les Jardins district, a new exclusive Les Deux Magots meeting place was opened for our Latin American friends and for visitors to South America.
In a décor with open and shaded terraces, the House fully blends into Brazil’s festive and effervescent culture. With an outdoor bar and a truly French snacking and restaurant menu, this charming place vibrates with an outpouring of musicians’ rhythms and melodies.
Chic and cosy ambience
The Deux Magots Middle Eastern Pearl is located in the magnificent Via Riyadh complex in the Saudi capital city.
In a chic and cosy atmosphere, where elegant service enhances clients’ enjoyment in savouring a small taste of Paris and in discovering French culture, in front of a large fountain, this House with wide bay windows just opened in Spring 2023 to welcome visitors from around the world.
The Middle East is undergoing far-reaching changes and is welcoming Westerners by seeking to become one of the centres of world tourism in just a few years.
Discover our broad offering of products summoning up precious memories of your visit or as wonderful gifts for friends and relatives: gift boxes, porcelain, sweets, and gourmet products. Design your own gift box or simply offer an object that speaks to your heart.
Available from our teams at the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Café-Restaurant.
Soon available online and in many boutique counters in Paris.
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when it is so easy
to climb over them? »