This down-to-earth, child-friendly Italian eatery is a handy address to have up your sleeve when visiting the Eiffel Tower or Musée du Quai Branly. Despite being in the heart of tourist central, it’s well off the radar, drawing in-the-know locals, many from the American Library in Paris just around the corner, and just a handful of visitors. Pop by for a quick pizza (13€–25€)—the Miranda (Parma ham and olives) or a Diavola (spicy sausage) are very good. If you’re in the mood for something fancy, I recommend splurging on the creamy lobster risotto (32€).