In the heart of the residential 11th arrondissement, this is a neighborhood cafe in the truest sense: With a small V-shaped terrace that looks out over a trio of relatively quiet roads (for Paris), it’s the place to watch an odd assortment of local hipsters, pensioners, freelancers, and arty types slurp espressos and spritzes (a cocktail made with Aperol and prosecco). Indoors, it’s Art Deco revisited with a huge zinc-topped, circular bar, turquoise metro tiles, and 1930s light fittings.