I'm traveling to Paris with my fiancé in June. We'll be there three nights, though 2 of them will be Sunday/Monday.
We're staying in the 3rd, near Republique. I've been doing research, and I have a few places marked that are relatively near us - Holybelly, Philou, Zerda Cafe, Chameleon, Inaro, Auberge Pyrénées Cévennes, Pramil, Au Fil des Saisons, Le Barav, Les Chouettes, Le Mary Celeste, Le Taxi Jaune, Les Enfants Rouges, Breizh Cafe. Is there anything I should add or remove from this list? Any must eats or must order dishes? I know it's kind of an eclectic list. We want good food but nothing too expensive/fussy. We also want to stick to stuff that is definitely better in Paris than it is in DC (avoiding things like Asian food, Latin American food, American food).
I also have on my list Jacques Genin, 134 RDT, and Du Pain Et Idees - what do you think of those? Anything I should add in terms of boulangeries or patisseries, or anything food-related but not a restaurant? Or places we should definitely stop for picnic supplies?
As far as tourism, we'll be doing pretty standard stuff - Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Rodin Museum, maybe the Louvre. I was thinking dinner in a different part of town would be a good excuse to see more of Paris - is there another neighborhood you would recommend to round out our Paris experience, and if so where should we dine?
Thanks in advance for your help, and I will be sure to report back with what we eat!