The markets of Paris are very stable, but occasionally they change. Any important updates or clarifications that we learn will be listed here. Page numbers refer to Markets of Paris, 2nd ed. If you discover anything that’s different from information in the book, please contact me. Thanks!
- The Bastille Arts and Crafts Market opens at 10 am on Saturday
- In the Saint-Germain Covered Food Market (6th arrondissement), the food seller J’Go Les Jardins, which sold specialties from southwestern France, has closed. It will be replaced by another shop.
- The food hall Lafayette Gourmet moved across the street to 35, boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement. Previously it was part of the Men’s Store at Galeries Lafayette. Now it’s in the Maison (home goods) building.
- The flea market at Porte de Vanves (p. 195) is open Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 am-2 pm
- Raspail Organic Market (p. 82): the stand that sells potato-onion pancakes is run by “Les Gustalins.”
- Bastille Market (p. 145): the large column commemorates the revolution in 1830. It took place in 3 days, known as “les Trois Glorieuses.”
- Covered Fish Market in the 15th arrondissement (p. 205) has closed.
- “Open on Sunday Markets” (p. 288): consult the specific hours on individual market descriptions, since many close midday.
- The open-air food market in the 14th arrondissement, Marché Jourdan, is open Wednesday and Saturdays from about 8 am-1 pm. Located on boulevard Jourdan between rue Barboux and rue Faguet. Closest métro is Porte d’Orléans.