Caffè Stern is located inside the Passage des Panoramas, the oldest of the seventeen arcades of Paris that survived the urban renovation of Haussmann in the mid-1800s when most of these ramparts were replaced by department stores.
The luxurious interiors that now houses Caffè Stern was originally opened as a typography in 1834 by Moses Stern and Anselme Aumoithe. This place was a well-known shop in the neighborhood where wealthy men came to customize their cufflinks. In 2009, the Stern House was classified Historical Monument of France.
The space remained closed to the public until September 2014 when it was reopened by the Alajmo brothers. Philippe Starck was the designer chosen to design this hospitality project, having brought a modern touch to the place.
Here you will discover a luxury design, with a baroque spirit: worked columns, parquet floor, Murano chandelier, carved woodwork of the 17th century, in black and gold tones and amazing restaurant furniture.
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