WHITEOUT: Fans of the Space Age aesthetic of André Courrèges will be able to indulge in a futuristic pause at the Café Blanc this season. The restaurant, located next to the brand’s flagship in Paris, is set to reopen on Feb. 25 after a renovation.
The 650-square-foot eaterie, which extends from the ground floor to the basement, is decorated in signature white and Plexiglas, with touches of sycamore to add warmth. From breakfast until teatime, it will serve dishes created by French chef Alain Ducasse’s team, including the house specialty, “gâteau Nuage” (or “cloud cake”).
40 Rue François 1er, 75008
Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
— Joelle Diderich