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The Broken Arm
Clothing Store
Today 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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12 Rue Perrée 75003 Paris France
12 Rue PerréeFRParis75003
+33 1 44 61 53
Clothing Store, Men's Clothing Store
Clothing Store
Men's Clothing Store
Women's Clothing Store
Today 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMFriday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMSunday ClosedMonday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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The Trendy Guide
7 months ago
Although it opened in 2012, The Broken Arm always seems new to me everytime I go there and remains a favorite for seasonal & local brunch & lunch. Located by Paris’ Carreau du Temple, the place hosts both a fashion concept store and a café so that customers can have an indulgent break between two shopping sessions. The concept store is very fashion-forward — it offers a selection of cutting-edge labels such as Carve and Philip Lim as well as an edition of customized sneakers. The cute canteen/café provides a hip retail setting that has a nice Scandinavian touch. The Broken Arm café is working with Café Lomi, so the coffee that they serve, available to stay or to go, meets the expected standards of Paris’ new coffee scene. Lunch can also be a pleasant option thanks to the selection of original and tasty dishes on offer in the seasonal menu, which reflect the inventive spirit of the concept store. And during summer, their terrace is irresistible !
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Antoine Neufmars
a year ago
Fashionable destination in the No-Ma. The Broken Arm concept store is a fashion forward answer to the not-so-far French Trotters. Here, great lables such Carve or Philip Lim and selected edition of customized sneakers. Books at the lower floor.Fragrances at the first floor. Very warm service. 5 stars for the neighborhood.
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2 years ago
Before Broken Arm, I thought that the whole food and fashion mash up concept store thing was a bit too much! They changed all that. It's tastefuly decorated minimalist interior in the Cafe and the great coffee made my expereince excelent. I sat on thier small sidewalk terrace that overlooks the park close to the Mairie of the 3rd Arr. Later I steppped over to the fashion store that was seperated by a small glass door and very happily found a nice person who took the time to explain the concept of the store and the 3 owners! Nice people, nice coffee and nice clothes!
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Sasha Romary
2 years ago
This coffee shop and concept store are a breath of fresh air in the upper 3rd Arrondissement! Large windows let in the sunshine of this simplistic and quiet spot. Have some of their granola for breakfast, grab a fresh salad for lunch or simply sip a cafe creme for an afternoon pick-me-up. Dont forget to wander through to the classy concept store section for a gander!
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Benjamin BARON
in the last week
Le cappucino est excellent ! L'atmosphère est super sympa et cosy
Carol Pierre Consorti
a year ago
If I could as a 6th star, I would - best shop in Paris. Smart selection of fashions, accessaries, press and music / tasty treats / and above all a great ambiance thanks to the wonderful founders and their staff.
Tib Anghel
2 years ago
A friend and I stopped by to grab an espresso and a cappuccino since the establishment looked quaint, laid back and was right next to a bike rental station. To be fair, I'll only comment on the coffee and service as they were the only 2 elements we experienced. As a disclaimer, I'm a native French speaker. My friend asked for an espresso and I was about to order a cappuccino when I realized that it wasn't on the menu. The closest thing was a café crème. When I asked the employee behind the counter if this was their cappuccino, he shrugged and looked uncertain. Eventually, he told me that it was after I asked, is it or isn't it a cappuccino. We sat outside and the drinks arrived. My cappuccino had big uneven bubbles on the surface, with a very poor attempt at latte art. Very thin on the palate, with not even a millimeter of frothed milk. It was an espresso with overheated milk. Oh, did I mention that it was overextracted? I brought the cup back in, politely told them that this was not a proper cappuccino as there was only a mist of foam and I asked for another cup. The second cup was brought outside and it passed as an acceptable drink, slightly better than what can be had at a coffee chain. I was told that another barista had made it and was told that since different clients had different concepts of what a cappuccino is, they hadn't been sure what to make me and that some "cappuccinos" are made with milk, others with cream. Nonsense. Going back in to pay, there was not a word of apology, nor a single question as to how the second drink was. And obviously no attempt on their part on offering the drink on the house. Cinsidering that they charge the same prices as a proper espresso bar... I was very disappointed at the service, at their lack of acknowledgement that there had been a mistake. I won't discredit the pleasant trendy atmosphere or their pastries as I haven't tried them, but I would avoid The Broken Arm for palatable coffee. Out of respect, I will not name where one can get an excellent cup of espresso or cappuccino, but there is an excellent expresso bar in the neighborhood.
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Sarah Kuchar
a year ago
Good coffee, very expensive beautiful clothing collection.