Twinkie

Café / Restaurant
Twinkie For those who wake up with a hunger that a croissant and coffee won't satisfy there's Twinkie, one of the more ambitious breakfast-themed Cafés that have been popping up in Paris over the past few years. Paris France 48.8652619 2.3504078
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Party Earth Review For those who wake up with a hunger that a croissant and coffee won’t satisfy there’s Twinkie, one of the more ambitious breakfast-themed cafés that have been popping up in Paris over the past few years. The venue’s array... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    Lines 3,4: Réaumur – Sébastopol; Line 4: Étienne Marcel

  • Phone:

    1 42 36 92 58

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Tu–Su 10am–6pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot

Party Earth Twinkie Review

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For those who wake up with a hunger that a croissant and coffee won't satisfy there's Twinkie, one of the more ambitious breakfast-themed Cafés that have been popping up in Paris over the past few years.

For those who wake up with a hunger that a croissant and coffee won’t satisfy there’s Twinkie, one of the more ambitious breakfast-themed cafés that have been popping up in Paris over the past few years.

The venue’s array of international breakfast selections – which include English, Scandinavian, and American dishes, among others – draws masses of college students rolling in for some pre-lecture caffeine, while chatty American tourists dig into their eggs and bacon, happy for some upscale home cookin’.

The café’s open and airy vibe, glassed-in kitchen, and clean stone walls give the place a glossy twist that attracts affluent young locals as well, not to mention the bleary-eyed Sunday-morning club hounds who stumble in for omelets after a night of dancing.

Far from the average greasy spoon, Twinkie offers a modern bistro experience to early risers who know that nothing says class more than a champagne and caviar breakfast.

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Tip from Lucas:

The line is crazy on Sunday mornings, but with real bacon – it’s worth the wait.

  • Crowd

    American and English tourists, university students, preppy types, groups of young professionals, and hungover party animals, 20s to 40s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Ambient music.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Menu includes international breakfast selections as well as sandwiches, salads, and bagels.

  • Prices

    Breakfast menu €14–€19, sandwiches and bagels €8–€16. Beer €4.50, wine €4.50/glass or €24/bottle, champagne €40/half bottle or €75/bottle, coffee €2–€5.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Nice casual: slacks and cameras for tourists, shirts and skirts for the home crowd.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    The line goes out the door on Sunday mornings, but it’s worth the wait for the sizzling breakfast bustle.

  • Close By

    Two hundred yards to the west is Rue Montorgeuil (75002, between Metros Sentier and Les Halles), a busy artery full of bars and eateries.

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