The outside of the café Les Deux Magots on boulevard Saint-Germain.

People having lunch, coffee and wine at the tables outside the café Les Deux Magots, opened in 1885 where a silk lingerie shop of the same name was located. The café became the hangout of surrealist writers in the 1920s, starting in the 1930s Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and dozens of other famous writers took up residence.

Photographs of restaurants in Paris.