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The Marché des Enfants Rouges shopping area is the oldest covered market in Paris. After being established in the early 1600s, the quiet, thriving market remains a mainstay of life in the Marais district. Under the market’s new covering structure, you’ll find cheesemongers, vintners, grocers, and a totally awesome collection of small restaurants featuring Italian, Japanese, French, Afro-Caribbean, and Middle Eastern cuisine among way too many others. Smorgasburg meets Brooklyn Flea? Better.