Nov 4, 2009

Rue des Rosiers ( street of rosebushes) is a street in the 4th arrondissement. Lies at the center of the Jewish quarter, known as Pletzl. Rue des Rosiers begins at the Rue Malher and proceeds west-northwestward across the Rue Pavée, the Rue Ferdinand Duval, the Rue des Écouffes, and the Rue des Hospitalières-Saint-Gervais, before it ends at the Rue Vieille du Temple.

If you like fashion. Come to Pleats Please, located at 3, bis rue des Rosiers. Every month the boutique invites a fashion designer and presents his or her unique line of clothing inspired by Issey Miyake ‘s unique pleats.

Today, the street and surrounding neighborhood is well-known for its delicious Middle Eastern and Yiddish/Eastern European specialties. Try to go and taste falafel in L'as du Falafel, 32 Rue des Rosiers. Sacha Finkelsztajn, 27 Rue des Rosiers offering delicious Yiddish baked goods.

Station on Paris metro: St Paul