Emily in Paris Filming Locations [A Complete List!]

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[Spoilers below] Love it or hate it – Emily in Paris has quickly become a Netflix smash hit, dividing viewers as much as pineapple on pizza.

But whether you celebrate the cheesiness and predictability of it all, or hate it with a passion like most French critics seem to, I think there’s one thing we can all agree on… the real star of this show is the City of Light itself – beautiful Paris!

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And because the show did indeed shoot on location, all of the places pictured in the show are actually venues that you can visit in real life.

So, if you’re on the hunt for THE most detailed list of filming locations from Emily in Paris on the Internet – we have you covered.

From big ‘Emily in Paris’ locations like the Savoir office, Gabriel’s restaurant and the location of Emily’s apartment to more mysterious spots like the show’s party venues, cafés and restaurants, this list was painstakingly compiled through repeat-watches of the show’s first season, and plenty of sleuthing around on Google Streetview.

The list below includes a comprehensive roundup (in order of appearance) pretty much frame by frame for all of Emily in Paris’ filming locations.

As such, do note that there will be MANY spoilers, so don’t scroll down unless you mind. Enjoy!

Please credit us! There are a lot of more obscure Emily in Paris locations in this post that we haven’t seen mentioned elsewhere. These were spots we were only able to find through lots of research and asking around, so if you are writing an article of your own or using this info elsewhere, please credit us where appropriate with a link back to this post. Thank you!

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Emily’s First Glimpses of Paris

The show does indeed start off as Emily in Chicago, but boom – we quickly transition to Emily in Paris and that’s when the magic begins.

The first establishing shots we see are of the Eiffel Tower (naturally), likely captured from the Passerelle Debilly.

After that shot, we see Emily whizzing down her taxi passing by landmarks like the Palais Bourbon (meeting place of the French National Assembly)…

Image by David Mark from Pixabay

The Arc de Triomphe…

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And towards the Palais Garnier (the Paris Opera House) before we finally get to her new snazzy apartment.

Of course, that brings us to our next Emily in Paris location – her apartment, which is in…

Place de l’Estrapade, AKA the Location of Emily’s Apartment

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

And so our journey begins! Of course, Place de l’Estrapade is where Emily meets the mildly sleazy Frenchman who shows her into her new “very old” building and she gets confused by the floor numbers and the concept of a “Chambre de Bonne”.

The views make it allllll worth it though! And while you probably won’t be able to access Emily’s apartment for yourself, the pretty square and its surrounding areas (seen throughout the show) are easily accessible.

Lest we forget, this exact spot is where our darling @EmilyInParis, with 48 whole followers, begins her journey to social media stardom.

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Place de Valois, AKA the Location of Savoir’s Office

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

After spurring the advances of her… realtor guy, Emily heads straight to the office of Savoir, which is located in the picturesque Place de Valois.

We watch Emily zip up in a tiny little elevator (yes, Parisian elevators really can be that small) before she meets her new colleagues for the year.

We of course see this square repeatedly throughout Emily in Paris Season 1, along with the eateries located in the square where Emily isn’t (then is) invited to dine with her colleagues.

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Pont des Arts, AKA Where Emily Chats with Doug on the Phone

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

The gorgeous bridge that Emily strolls along during blue hour while talking to her boyfriend is Pont des Arts.

It’s of course here that she spots the couple kissing and feels super lonely in one of the world’s most romantic cities.

Spoiler: Emily gets her share of romance throughout the season, and she returns to this bridge to jog too at the start of Episode 3.

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Fun fact: this was once upon a time the famous Paris Love Lock bridge, until panes of glass replaced the fence that used to be there, prohibiting visitors from locking up their love.

More Paris Establishing Shots

Just after Emily meets Gabriel for the first time, we see some quick establishing shots of photogenic Paris including the July Column in Place de la Bastille and some sunrise shots around Montmartre.

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La Boulangerie Moderne, AKA Emily’s Go-To Bakery

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

Next up? The adorable boulangerie where Emily tries a real pain au chocolat for the first time. As a reminder, it’s “UN” pain au chocolat, and “UNE” bonne journée.

It’s right in front of this spot that she snaps a photo of her wolfing down her pastry to instantly gain like… hundreds of followers? Oh how we wish that was how it worked.

You can see the bakery (behind Camille) here:

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Jardins du Palais Royal, AKA Where Emily Meets Mindy

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

After a lacklustre day at work (where nobody wants to have lunch with her!), Emily settles down in the Jardins du Palais Royal for her tasty picnic of brie and baguette before she runs into her new Paris BFF, Mindy.

We see this garden again a few times throughout the first season of Emily in Paris, most notably when Mindy gives that impromptu La Vie en Rose concert in Episode 6.

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Along the Seine, AKA Where Emily Goes for a Walk

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

After a not so great day at work for “La Plouc” – sorry I mean Emily, we see her walking along the Seine in her yellow dress. The bridge seen in the background her is the Pont au Change.

Le Flore en l’Île, AKA the Café Where Luc Schools Emily on Life

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1

Emily then takes refuge at a nice cafe where a dashing man takes her chair…

But not to worry, she is joined by our favourite – Luc (who scoots past on a scooter) and she gets a masterclass about French views on an ideal lifestyle, with the whole “maybe you don’t know what it means to be happy” line.

Mic drop!

Jardin du Luxembourg, AKA Where Emily Goes for a Run

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

The gorgeous park that Emily jogs through at the start of the second episode is none other than Paris’ scenic Jardin du Luxembourg.

She even stops to take a photo of the park’s many statues with the riveting caption “Chiseled abs”.

Image by Michelle Maria from Pixabay

Pont au Change

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 1/2

Right after Emily is invited to the party in Episode 2, we see a nice establishing shot/sunset timelapse along the Seine in Paris.

The bridge seen here is one we’ve briefly glimpsed before – the Pont au Change! The pretty castle-esque building on the left is the Conciergerie.

Image by Thierry Lamboley from Pixabay

Le Café de L’Homme, AKA the Location of the Maison Lavaux Party

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

As for the venue of the super fancy Emily in Paris party? That’s actually a real terrace that you can get drinks at!

Le Café de L’Homme is located at Trocadero, and is the very spot where Emily sees the Eiffel Tower sparkling (presumably for the first time) and enjoys a nice little chat with Antoine (AKA the “man with the symmetrical nose”) and he dots her with his perfume that smells like expensive you-know-what.

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Passerelle Debilly Footbridge

After the party, we see a brief establishing shot of the beautiful Eiffel Tower around sunrise time. The bridge you see here is the Passerelle Debilly Footbridge, one the best spots to get a great photo of the Eiffel Tower.

Arc de Triomphe

While we saw a glimpse of the Arc de Triomphe in Episode 1, we see it again as an establishing shot in Episode 2 after the party.

Terra Nera, AKA Gabriel’s Restaurant

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

While it is styled as “Les Deux Compères” in the show, Gabriel’s restaurant from Emily in Paris is (in real life) known as Terra Nera.

We see it for the first time in Episode 2, when Emily and Mindy are out for dinner, and we learn about Mindy’s dad being the Zipper King of China, and of course, Emily’s first experience with “the customer is always wrong” mentality of Parisian service.

Based on the photos, they serve some pretty tasty pastas, but we’re not sure if the staff there are nearly as ~ tasty ~ as Gabriel.

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Food Market, AKA Where Emily Instagrams Cheese

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

Paris is full of vibrant open air markets and Emily peruses one in Episode 2 (you know, the one that she pillages for free samples and somehow gains hundreds of followers in the process)…

Anyways, while the exact location of this market is tough to tell because it’s all very focused on the stalls themselves, we can assume it’s in Emily’s neighbourhood near the Boulangerie Moderne (which is seen in the next shot).

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Rue Sufflot, AKA Where Emily is Having a Tough Talk With Doug

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

The gorgeous street that Emily is seen strolling down while chatting with her (soon-to-be-ex) boyfriend is Rue Sufflot, between the Pantheon and the Jardin du Luxembourg. You can see the Indiana Cafe in the background!

The Pantheon, AKA Where Emily Dumps Doug

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

After strolling down Rue Sufflot, Emily ends up right in front of the Pantheon for the end of her conversation with her Chicago bae, and of course this makes THE perfect epic backdrop for when she confirms that he’s lost her. Boom. Another Emily in Paris mic drop moment.

We see this square again in Episode 5 at the start of the episode, when Emily gets her invitation to the Durée Cosmetics influencer lunch.

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Printemps Rooftop

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

Right after Emily’s long distance breakup, we shift to a stormy Paris and the first establishing shot we see here is of the Printemps department store rooftop (with the beautiful Paris Opera House in the distance).

Photo by Serge Kutuzov on Unsplash. These golden domes are clearly visible in that shot!

Elysée Palace, AKA Where Madame Macron Makes Emily Go Viral

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 2

Élysée Palace is the official residence of the French president in Paris, and it is here that we see Madame Macron tweeting Emily’s viral vaginal campaign.

We’re not sure if they actually filmed at the real-life palace, but this is definitely where that scene takes place.

Place Louis Aragon, AKA Another One of Emily’s Running Spots

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

At the start of Episode 3, we see Emily out on yet another run. The shot opens with a view of the Seine, then pans down to a scenic path with lamp posts where Emily runs past.

This pretty spot is Place Louis Aragon, and the bridge in the distance is Pont d’Arcole.

She then runs past Pont des Arts (which we saw in an earlier episode).

Along the Seine, AKA Where Emily Facetimes her Old Boss

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

Emily is running along the Seine again when she gets a Facetime call from her old boss Madeline (who, as you’ll recall, is the whole reason Emily is in Paris in the first place).

If you’re wondering where exactly on the river you can find those cute boats, it’s actually right by the Pont des Arts here.

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Rue des Déchargeurs, AKA Where Emily Totally Invades Those Spin Class Women’s Privacy

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

After Emily grabs her post-run pastries, we transition to the Rue des Déchargeurs (specifically here) where Emily observes and then creepily snaps photos of those women smoking outside their spin class.

In ‘Emily in Paris’, this spot is portrayed as a spin place called “AIR & VÉLO” but in real life it’s a spot called Crémerie de Paris.

CONCORDIA, AKA Emily’s French Class

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

As you’ll recall, this is where we see Emily’s red beret/black and white checkerboard outfit in the show… and if you want to find Emily in Paris’ French class setting in real life, head to 41 Rue Tournefort, which is where you’ll find CONCORDIA, used as an establishing shot for Emily’s classes.

According to Google Maps, CONCORDIA is actually student residences. Imagine that!

We’re not 100% sure if the inside classroom scenes were shot here too, but if you know, please chime in down below!

Rue de Valois, AKA Where Emily Bumps Into Sylvie

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

The gorgeous street where Emily sees Sylvie and walks with her to work is (unsurprisingly) pretty close to the Savoir office.

Anyways, if you’re looking for the exact street that they walk down, it’s Rue de Valois.

Pont Alexandre III, AKA Where They Shoot the “Sexy or Sexist” Ad

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

The location of the “Sexy or Sexist?” ad shoot for De L’Heure takes place at Pont Alexandre III, one of the most ornate and stunning bridges in Paris, with a perfect view over the Eiffel Tower.

As you’ll recall, this is also where Emily makes the faux pas of saying she is très excitée which does NOT mean what she thinks it means.

While you (most likely) won’t encounter any 100% naked models here, this is indeed a very popular Paris location for photoshoots, and you’re bound to see at least one engagement or wedding photo shoot here if you come at sunset.

We see this location again a few more times in the show, namely when we watch the commercial itself and also in a few establishing shots. Just know that if they ever show a mega-ornate bridge, this is probably the one!

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Faust, AKA Where Antoine, Sylvie and Emily Have a Drink

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

Just below Pont Alexandre III, you’ll find Faust, which is the bar where we see Sylvie, Antoine and Emily having a drink.

It’s also where Antoine asks some pretty creepy questions such as “I’m sure you’ve experienced this look of a desire from a man?”

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Near Restaurant du Palais Royal, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Enjoy “Breakfast Wine”

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

While we aren’t 100% sure of the actual restaurant/terrace (or whether or not it’s a real spot you can visit), we are quite certain that the beautiful venue for Emily and Mindy’s lunch date where they drink wine and vent about French people is in the Jardins du Palais Royal, close to the Restaurant du Palais Royal here.

Square du Vert Galant & Pont Neuf

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

The beautiful sunset to night timelapse sequence that we see just after Emily invites Sylvie to her party is of Pont Neuf and the Square du Vert Galant.

Really, this is the view from Pont des Arts just zoomed in… but it’s a real stunner!

46 Boulevard de la Bastille, AKA Where Mindy Lives

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

Mindy’s epic house party that she throws for Emily takes place at the end of Episode 3, and her swanky digs (with their great view) is located at 46 Boulevard de la Bastille here.

This is super close to the Place de la Bastille with its golden angel topped column which we see in the background of this scene here where Emily meets Fabian:

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Canal St Martin, AKA Where Emily and Fabian Kiss

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 3

After the party, we see Emily and Fabian walking and talking along the water about what they “aime” and what they like. This area is the Canal Saint Martin, actually very close to Mindy’s apartment.

The Place de la Bastille is clearly visible in the background.

We see this area again in Episode 6, when there is that awkward double date between Emily, Camille, Gabriel and Thomas (the snobby professor guy). You’ll recall he snobbily declared that the area had no charm compared to what it had before.

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23 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, AKA the Flower Shop Where Emily Meets Camille

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 4

The flower shop where Emily attempts to buy pretty pink roses from that mean lady but ends up meeting Camille in the process is actually located in the same square as her apartment (Place de l’Estrapade).

But if you’re wondering about the actual location, some Google Maps sleuthing allowed us to find the exact address: 23 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques.

According to Google Maps though, it doesn’t appear this is a flower shop in real life, but hey, you could always get your own bougie pink roses and pretend.

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Hôtel du Grand Veneur, AKA Camille’s Art Gallery

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 4

While it’s not an art gallery in real life, the gorgeous tucked-away venue of Camille’s art gallery party is real, and it’s the Hôtel du Grand Veneur.

The pretty green square you see next to it is the Square Saint Gilles du Grand Veneur.

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Le Grand Véfour, AKA the Fancy Restaurant Emily Messes Up At

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 4

The super fancy and exclusive restaurant where Emily manages to get an online reservation (albeit for the wrong month) is Le Grand Véfour, a real-life restaurant that is indeed impossible to get a reservation to.

Café de la Nouvelle Marie, AKA Emily and Mindy’s Go-To Café

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

For the chic café we often see Emily and Mindy hanging out at, be sure to head to Café de la Nouvelle Marie, which is actually right across the street from Gabriel’s restaurant and Emily’s go-to croissant place.

We first see this cafe in Episode 5. This is the scene where Mindy teaches Emily about “faux amis” and of course, Camille comes strutting in on cue buying croissants for her sleepyhead beau.

Besides that though, this spot appears a few more times in Emily in Paris after that, usually whenever Emily and Mindy are enjoying a drink outside.

Most notably, this is the cafe where they’re sitting when we learn about why Mindy doesn’t want to go back to China.

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Hôtel d’Évreux, AKA the Venue for the Durée Cosmetics Launch

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

Ah, who can forget the stunning venue for the influencer lunch event that Emily gets invited to in Episode 5? You know, where a “berry” pun is apparently enough to get her noticed and praised for her creative content?

Anyways…

The views from this room are sublime and if you want to host an event of your own here, you can! The real life location of this set is the Hotel d’Évreux (which overlooks Place Vendôme).

You can even see a photo of this exact room here.

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Passage Jouffroy, AKA Where Emily, Camille and Gabriel Frolic

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

When Camille insists that Emily third wheels a date with her and Gabriel, we see them frolicking and having a grand ol’ time all around Paris.

One of the first spots we see briefly as that French cover of “Boots Were Made for Walking” hits is the glorious Passage Jouffroy, one of Paris’ many covered passages but maybe one of the most beautiful!

Rue Montorgueil, AKA AKA Where Emily, Camille and Gabriel Frolic Further

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

Their cute threesie date continues with some souvenir shopping and wine. We can assume this takes place somewhere on/around the famous Rue Montorgueil because we clearly see “La Grille Montorgueil” in the background when Camille grabs a rose for Emily and they grab some cute pics.

Atelier des Lumières, AKA the Cool Van Gogh Place from Emily in Paris

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

The amazing gallery where Emily, Camille and Gabriel end their date is the Atelier des Lumières, a wonderful spot in Paris where art is projected on the walls with music, creating an immersive experience that (as Emily says) makes you feel like you’re in the painting.

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Hôtel Particulier, AKA Where Emily Meets Olivia For Lunch

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

While we do have a hard time believing that a huge powerhouse cosmetics company would try to recruit some girl as a brand ambassador after one meeting… we couldn’t help but admire Olivia’s choice for lunch spots!

This beautiful outdoor dining area is the terrasse of Montmartre’s Hotel Particulier.

We’ve heard their brunch is amazing.

La Maison Rose, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Have Dinner

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

The scenic location of Emily and Mindy’s dinner date in Montmartre is the insta-famous restaurant La Maison Rose.

This is where they discuss deleting Emily’s Instagram before going out on one last hurrah.

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Les Colonnes de Burren, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Drunkenly Frolic

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

When Emily and Mindy decide to say goodbye to @emilyinparis with a bang, they go on a fun night out.

From La Maison Rose, the next scene is at Les Colonnes de Burren, where you see Mindy piggybacking Emily.

This spot appears a few times in this fun montage, but if you’re looking for the place in Paris with cool little columns, this is it!

Sacré Coeur Basilica, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Drunkenly Frolic More

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

The next stop of Emily and Mindy’s grand tour is Sacré Coeur, where they can be seen happily snapping away and jumping around the steps in front of the Basilica, which is one of the best places to get a view over Paris.

Moulin Rouge, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Drunkenly Frolic… Even more

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

The world famous Moulin Rouge makes a quick appearance during this sequence as well, maybe a callback to how Emily’s reaction to seeing he view was that she felt like Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge.

The subsequent clips of Emily draped over the weird clown statue while eating a hot dog is shot across the street.

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The Eiffel Tower Carousel, AKA Where Emily and Mindy Ride and Chug Champagne

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

While the Eiffel Tower does of course get its fair share of screen time throughout Emily in Paris, one of our closest encounters with the Iron Lady takes place during Emily and Mindy’s fun Paris montage.

You see them riding a carousel here, which can be found near the Seine close to the Pont d’Iéna.

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Rue de l’Abreuvoir, AKA “The prettiest street in Paris”

First seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 5

At the end of their little outing, Emily and Mindy can be seen stumbling down Rue de l’Abreuvoir (actually the road that La Maison Rose is located on, which means they REALLY did a giant loop around Paris for this).

As Mindy points out, this was once voted the prettiest street in Paris, and is also known as “the road which leads to the end”.

Of course, we see this street again at the end of the episode when Emily has created the social media installation for Hästens beds right in front of the Dalida bust (which, as they say, makes you lucky in love if you rub her boob!).

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Café de Flore, AKA Where Mindy Meets Thomas

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 6

Ah yes, “the coolest cafe in all of Paris”.

This is where Emily meets semiotics prof Thomas and they spy on that weird couple that could be mother/son or lovers… who knows.

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Lulu La Nantaise, AKA the Restaurant Where They all Have the Most Awkward Double Date

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 6

When Emily and her new beau Thomas run into Camille and Gabriel, they invite them out because they’re going to a cool tapas place in the 10th.

The place they actually end up though is called Lulu la Nantaise, a creperie, not a tapas bar, but one that is indeed located in the 10th. This is where we see Thomas show his true (snobby) colours.

Place Saint Georges, AKA Where Emily Walks When She Sees the Poster for Swan Lake

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 6

The pretty square that Emily is walking through while sipping Starbucks near the end of Episode 6 is Place Saint Georges.

As you’ll recall, this is here she spots the poster for Swan Lake and gets the idea to ambush Pierre Cadault there.

Palais Garnier, AKA Where Emily Ambushes Pierre Cadault

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 6

The stunning Palais Garnier, AKA the Paris Opera House is of course the gloriously opulent location where Emily decides to dump Thomas for being a total snob (I mean who doesn’t like Swan Lake).

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Rue Étienne Marcel, AKA Where Emily Spots Sylvie Shopping

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 7

This is the street we see Emily walking down at the start of Episode 7 when she spots Sylvie doing her shopping. You can clearly see the Statue de Louis XIV in the backround, as well as the Victories bus stop.

They continue their chat about how Sylvie is going away on a “none of your business” trip and walk through the arches from Jardin du Palais Royal to Place de Valois which is where the Savoir office is located.

Plaza Athenée, AKA Brooklyn’s Mega Glamorous Hotel

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 7

The swanky hotel that Brooklyn stays at in Episode 7 is the Plaza Athenée, one of the most glamorous hotels in Paris.

This is of course also where Emily meets Mathieu for the first time, although he definitely mistakes her for someone else.

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Musée des Arts Forains, AKA the Venue of the Fourtier Party

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 7

The super cool location of the Fourtier party in Episode 7 is the Musée des Arts Forains, a museum dedicated to fun fair and fairground objects. How cool is that?

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Hanoi Cà Phê, AKA the Asian Restaurant Where Camille and Emily Have Lunch

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 8

The Asian restaurant where Camille and Emily have lunch in Episode 8 to discuss Savoir doing PR for Camille’s family’s champagne business.

NOTE: Hanoi Cà phe has a few locations in Paris. We’re not 100% sure but this appears to be their Grands Boulevards location. If any Paris experts can confirm in the comments below, we’d be super grateful!

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Château de Sonnay, AKA Camille’s Family Château

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 8

While Camille’s super beautiful family doesn’t really exist in real life, their chäteau does and it is indeed one you can visit for yourself.

It’s called Château de Sonnay and it’s located in France’s scenic Loire Valley.

According to this interview with Emily in Paris’ production designer however, the château doesn’t actually have a pool, so those scenes were shot elsewhere.

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Ralph’s, AKA Where Emily Grams a Cheeseburger

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 9

The restaurant where Emily meets the woman from the American Friends of the Louvre is Ralph’s, Ralph Lauren’s restaurant where “they’re not even allowed to speak French”.

Yes, this is that restaurant that serves cheeseburgers… ones that Emily promptly must capture through a terrible and blurry zoomed in photo.

Rue de l’Abbaye, AKA Where Emily Chats on the Phone with Mathieu

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 9

When Emily is walking down the street speaking with Mathieu Cadault on the phone in Episode 9, she is taking a scenic stroll down Rue de l’Abbaye.

Specifically, the spots you see in this scene are around 6 Rue de l’Abbaye (as evidenceed by the street number in the background!)

Rue Cardinale, AKA Where Emily and Mathieu Eat Crêpes

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 9

This is the street that Emily and Mathieu walk down while enjoying crepes from his favourite stall, just before seeing the Grey Space shop.

Le Trianon, AKA Where the American Friends of the Louvre Event Takes Place

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 9

The American Friends of the Louvre fundraiser takes place in a beautiful location that is sneakily a combination of two different spots: the Monnaie de Paris is used as an establishing shot, whereas the gorgeous interior is Le Trianon, an event space that you can actually rent for your own bougie parties… that is if you have over 12k to spare.

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The Corner of Rue de l’Abbaye and Rue Cardinale, AKA Grey Space HQ

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 9

This spot is of course where Emily stomps off to go confront the Grey Space guys after their publicity stunt, but comes out with a brilliant collab idea.

This spot is super close to some of the locations we discussed above, but we figured we would include it again in case you were wondering.

Cafe Deux Stations, AKA Where Mindy Expresses Her Hatred for Fashion Week

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 10

This is the crowded cafe at the start of Season 1 Epsode 10 of Emily in Paris, where Mindy is complaining about Fashion Week.

La Pause, AKA Where Mathieu Picks Emily Up for Their Boat Date

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 10

This is the spot where Mathieu picks Emily up in his boat for a little joy ride along the Seine in his boat. Remember – he said “BY” the Pause, not “at” the Pause.

Who else wishes they knew a Frenchman with a boat…?

Along the Seine by Pont Neuf, AKA Where Emily and Mathieu Go For a Stroll

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 10

After their romantic boat ride, we see Emily and Mathieu strolling along the Seine by night.

The beautiful lit up bridge seen in the background is Point Neuf, actually the oldest bridge in Paris.

The exact spot they’re standing should be a round here, and we can infer that Mathieu’s mega-scenic apartment is just above this point as well, given its amazing view over the bridge and the Eiffel Tower in the distance.

Image by Pierre Blaché from Pixabay

Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, AKA Where Sylvie and Emily Walk & Talk

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 10

After visiting Pierre and seeing his new inspired collection, this is the bridge that Sylvie and Emily walk across talking about their game plan for Pierre’s show.

Of course, this is also where Emily sees that Grey Space is hijacking Pierre’s venue and gets her grand idea.

Photo by Jan Tonellato on Unsplash

La Monnaie de Paris, AKA The Fashion Show Venue for Grey Space (That Pierre Cadault Crashes)

Seen in: Emily in Paris Season 1 Episode 10

While we see the Monnaie de Paris as an establishing shot for the American Friends of the Louvre fashion show, this location really shines in the final episode when its courtyard is used as the Fashion Week show venue for Grey Space, which is of course hijacked by Pierre Cadault.

EMILY IN PARIS (L to R) WILLIAM ABADIE as ANTOINE, LILY COLLINS as EMILY, PHILIPPINE LEROY-BEAULIEU as SYLVIE and SAMUEL ARNOLD as LUKE in episode 110 of EMILY IN PARIS. Cr. CAROLE BETHUEL/NETFLIX © 2020

Other Emily in Paris Filming Locations We’re Still Hunting For

Of course, while we’ve spent wayyyy too many hours searching on Google Street View, zooming in on street signs, and watching Emily in Paris way too many times than is healthy, there are a handful of locations we’re still not 100% sure of, SO if you are a total Paris expert, please let us know in the comments if you know these spots:

  • Pierre Cadault’s atelie
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  • The night club where Mindy and her friends party in Episode 8 with the champagne showers
  • The drag club where Mindy has her perfomrance where she rises from the ashes
  • The art gallery from Episode 9 where Camille meets Sylvie and the rest of the Savoir crew
  • Pierre Cadault’s apartment as seen in Epsiode 9
  • Pierre Cadault’s atelier
  • The night club where Mindy and her friends party in Episode 8 with the champagne showers
  • The drag club where Mindy has her perfomrance where she rises from the ashes
  • The art gallery from Episode 9 where Camille meets Sylvie and the rest of the Savoir crew
  • Pierre Cadault’s apartment as seen in Epsiode 9

We hope you enjoyed this roundup of Emily in Paris Filming Locations!

Now, where is Season 2?!

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