Friday, November 11, 2011

Café de Luna



Café de Luna receives so-so ratings
but with a red awning on a busy corner of Boulevard de Clichy
I could stop by for a coffee and watch the moving scenery!


Café de Luna
122, boulevard de Clichy
75018 Paris
Métro Blanche or
Métro Place de Clichy

29 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Looks like a fun place to me! Enjoy the moving scenery! Hope you have a great weekend, Genie!

Hugs
Sylvia

Pet said...

Was the coffee good at least? what about the atmosphere within?

Gringo said...

Looks like my sort of cafe! have nice weekend Genie!

Rob and Mandy said...

I'll let my little furry friend Luna in Luxembourg know about this place!!!

brattcat said...

I wouldn't mind occupying the seat beside you.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

I had a lunch there and found it to be satisfying. Love the rouge awning.

M said...

Red awning and orange arm chairs as well as moving scenery ... A feast for the eyes and the camera. I would definitely sit there with you and a café au lait or perhaps a vin rouge :-)

Aesthetic Alterations said...

Perfect! MP and I plan a lot of afternoons on a terrace with coffee in hand!

Louis la Vache said...

hee hee.... «Louis» was thinking what Rob and Mandy have already posted!

Virginia said...

So-so ratings?? Well just order wine I always say! :)
V

martinealison said...

Un endroit où il doit être agréable de venir se poser un moment...
gros bisous

Cezar and Léia said...

If only they would level up the service offer with the great location...
God bless you!
Cezar

Alexa said...

What Virginia said! I'd do my sipping and gazing from one of those comfy chairs.

Starman said...

I wonder if anyone has ever counted the number of Parisian cafés that don't have a red awning?

Paris Paul said...

Looks like they could use a new red awning!

Kris said...

The red awning is really eye catching. One might think this would be the place to be AND to be seen!

Have a great weekend, Genie.

Kris

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Wow! Where did the time go? It is almost time for me to go home, leaving this beautiful city under its full moon. I will relish reliving the experiences through my memories and photos, looking forward to sharing them with you.

Thank you for your kind comments. Have a wonderful weekend, all!

Bises,
Genie

Sydneylk said...

Even a place that has "so-so ratings" in France is still better than many places with incredible ratings where I live.
I miss Paris, thanks for reminding me. =(

Ninny said...

I've been cutting back on blogging recently and only get on about once a week, but I always stop by to see your beautiful photography even if I don't always comment. What is it about Paris and the color red? It pops in every picture, on every corner, from every window. I think I need a red scarf this winter, LOL, and perhaps a really cute pair of booties, so French!

Ninny said...

Oh, and let's put a bow on those booties!

Jack said...

There is food, and there is ambience and views and people watching. I'm not really a foodie . . .

Glad you have been having fun.

Randy said...

I would just sit there and watch the photo ops go by.

Draffin Bears said...

Any cafe in Paris, would be fun to sit and enjoy a coffee.
Thank for the lovely post.

Happy weekend
hugs
Carolyn

Joe said...

I'll take the red chair by the door.

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

A lovely cafe in which to sit , on a street corner in Paris - c'est parfait!

La Petite Gallery said...

Oh my gosh, I had coffee there every morning when I was in Paris..

yvonne
great memories..

Starman said...

Home? You just got there.

Vreni said...

It was a pleasure meeting you in the city we love so much! Time is running, I have to leave tomorrow which makes me very sad.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Yes! Or a nice glass of Kir!
Genie, I've missed your blog - I've been so busy. I actually yearned for it!