La Grande Épicerie de Paris, on the ground floor of Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche (24 Rue de Sèvres in the 7th), has long been one of the best food halls in Paris. Now shoppers can get the same quality at the new La Grande Épicerie de Paris Rive Droite, on the Right Bank of the Seine. LVMH announced the opening, writing:
La Grande Epicerie de Paris, the ultimate in Paris gourmet food stores on the Left Bank, is crossing the Seine for the first time with a new Right Bank food emporium on the bustling rue de Passy! With a vast selection of exceptional products on four levels, this new fine foods address welcomes all the culinary métiers that make La Grande Epicerie unique.
Selective, generous, authentic and superb quality all define La Grande Epicerie de Paris. This same philosophy inspires La Grande Epicerie de Paris Rive Droite on Paris’ Right Bank, a new address that features the finest gourmet foods, from everyday fare to sophisticated delights, as well as the exceptional savoir-faire that goes into different culinary métiers. With 2,800 square meters of floorspace over four levels, the store boasts some 30,000 different products.
— LVMH (@LVMH) November 8, 2017
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