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5 Places To Stop While Eating Your Way Through Paris' 5th Arrondissement (Photos)

11/02/2010 04:19 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Located on the left bank, Paris' 5th arrondissement is known among locals as a foodie haven. One of the most popular spots in the 5th is Rue Mouffetard, an ancient Roman street that now attracts both locals and culinary travelers looking for some of the best food shops in Paris.

Get off at Métro stop Page Monge and start your exploration at Place de la Contrescarpe before heading up rue Mouffetard to discover a variety of restaurants, shops, and cafés.

There is a daily open-air market on the opposite end of the street at Place Saint-Médard. Whatever you do in between Place de la Contrescarpe and Place Saint-Médard, don't miss these five stops.

Text and captions courtesy of OneTravel.com

Five Foodie Stops: Eating Your Way Through Paris’ 5th Arrondissement
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