The Paris Cafe was built in 1873 and is one of the oldest buildings in the Old Seaport. They offer great pub fare, a children’s menu and amazing brunch on the corner of South Street and Peck Slip. Reportedly, the establishment has included visits from Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid as well as the more reputable likes of Teddy Roosevelt and Thomas Edison. The history is strong and the locals and visitors love it.
FiDi Families and friends are invited to join them in a pre-St. Patrick’s Day tradition of Irish fare, live Irish music, outdoor dining and fun.
Date: Saturday, March 12th
Fee: $35 pp (plus tax and tip)