This 30,000 square-foot French-style food hall offers a bustling market divided into different “districts” (from a café and an ice cream shop to an ample salad-and-prepared-food section to a fish shop, rôtisserie chicken bar, cheese section, candy store, etc.), as well as multiple restaurants. There’s Le Bar, which as its name suggests is best for a glass of wine and share plates (open until 2am), and then the gigantic Beaubourg, with standard bistro fare and a view of the water. The second restaurant, L’Appart, is tiny (only 28 seats) and helmed by an El Bulli-trained chef.

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