Rue d'Aligre et place d'Aligre - 75012 Paris
COVID19: the Parisian food markets reopen from May 11, 2020.
Between the place de la Bastille and the place de la Nation, the Beauvau market - also called the Aligre market (in name of where it is located) - is held 6 days a week. The market is divided into two sections. The covered market, inside 3 beautiful halls appreciated by lovers of architecture, is dedicated to food stalls and has a real mix of stores such as the Aouba coffee shop, Langlet-Hardouin cheese shop, a vegetarian butcher (la Boucherie Végétarienne) and herbs and spices are for sale in the Sur Les Quais boutique. The uncovered market opens out onto the square and even down the rue d'Aligre. It includes a food section and many antique shops (home accessories, fabrics, old books...).
Free entry for all.
Covered market: Tuesday to Friday, 9am-1pm and 4pm-7.30pm ; Saturday, 9am-1pm and 3.30pm-7.30pm ; Sunday, 9am-1.30pm.
Outdoor market: Tuesday to Friday, 7.30am-1.30pm ; Saturday & Sunday, 7.30am-2.30pm.