the tiny street called 'Impasse du boeuf', in the Saint-Merri quarter of the 4e arrondissement-the name first appears as 'cul-de-sac de Bec-Oye' in the 13th century. (from Medieval Paris Before Baron Haussmann's Transformation -(SkyscraperCity)
[Notre-Dame de Paris] The Red door - Not far from the Cloister Portal is the little red door which takes its name from the color of its leaves. Opening under the window of the third bay on the north side of the choir, it was erected under the direction of architect Pierre de Montreuil in the second half of the thirteenth century.
The Crémerie-Restaurant Polidor is a historic restaurant in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris. Its predecessor was founded in 1845, and it has had its present name since the beginning of the 20th century. The interior of the restaurant is basically unchanged for over 100 years, and the style of cooking remains that of the late 19th century
In the legendary district of Saint Germain in Paris in the 6th arrondissement you will find Le Bistrot d'Henri. Its a pretty small and narrow restaurant where you can see, smell and hear the kitchen but the food is delicious and the hosts are kind. Its definitely worth a bite.