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Le Damier de l'Opéra 7 Rue Lafayette 75009 Paris Descartes Ecoles 52 rue des Ecoles 75005 Paris Descartes Meissonier 6 rue Meissonier 75017 Paris Docteur Stratageme 42 rue de Maubeuge DreamWej 125 boulevard Diderot, 75012 Paris Fapi 110 Rue Miromesnil 75008 Paris Games in Blue 24 Rue Monge 75005 Paris LE JOKER DE PARIS 77 Rue de la Verrerie 75004 Paris L'Oeuf Cube 24 Rue Linné 75005 Paris Oya Cafe 25 Rue de la Reine 75013 Paris LE REPAIRE DU DRAGON 44 Boulevard Magenta 75010 Paris STARPLAYER 16 Rue Lagrange 75005 Paris Troll2Jeux 22 Rue Hector Malot 75012 Paris VARIANTES 29 Rue Saint-André des Arts 75006 Paris

Detalhes
Le Damier de l'Opéra

This store is located near Galeries Lafayette. They have classical board games, board games, card games and poker supplies. Many chess sets are displayed in the store window. You can see more chess boards in the shop. 7 Rue Lafayette 75009 Paris Tel: 01 48 74 33 21 Fax: 01 48 74 24 52 E-mail: contact@damieropera.com Web site: www.damieropera.com (in French) Open from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. from Monday through Saturday 2 minute-walk from Chaussée d'Antin Lafayette (Metro linge 7)

Descartes Ecoles

This store is located at the corner of Rue les Ecole and Rue Saint-Jacques. It is in front of the Sorbonne. The store was remodeled recently. On the first floor, they have classical board games, card games, tarot cards, magic supplies. In the basement, they have puzzles, boardgames, war games, Warhammer products, books about games and some carrom boards. They have many expansions of Carcassonne. 52 rue des Ecoles 75005 Paris Tel: 01 43 26 79 83 Fax: 01 43 26 98 61 E-mail: boutique.ecoles@wanadoo.fr Web site: www.jeux-descartes.fr/ecoles (in French)

Open from 10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 5-minute walk from Cluny-la Sorbonne (Metro Ligne 10)

Descartes Meissonier

The store is located on rue Meissonier (17e arrondissement). This is apparently the largest board game store in Paris. They have card games, board games, classical board games (but not so many), conventional board games such as Monopoly, Risk, Scrabble etc, war games, card games, toys for kids, Warhammer products, puzzles, books about games, books about military uniforms in the world and some carrom boards. See also Descartes Ecoles 6 rue Meissonier 75017 Paris Tel: 01 42 27 50 09 Fax: 01 42 27 20 81 E-mail address: boutique.meissonier@jeux-descartes.fr Web site: www.jeux-descartes.fr/meissonier Open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday 2-minute walk from Wagram (Metro ligne 3)

Docteur Stratageme

This store is located on rue de Maubeuge (9e arrondissement). The store mainly offers poker supplies and related books. They also sell roulettes, board games, card games. There is a poker table in the shop and you can take a poker lesson there.

They have another store in St German. (www.docteurstratageme.com/magasin_stg.php) 42 rue de Maubeuge 75009 Paris Tel: 01 42 80 91 14 Web site: www.docteurstratageme.com/magasin_paris9/index.php (in French) 5-minute walk from Cadet (Metro linge 7)

DreamWej

This store is located on Boulevard Diderot. The store mainly offers game figures and related products. They have some card games and board games, role playing games. You may find some discounted role playing games in the shop. 125 boulevard Diderot, 75012 Paris Tel : 01.43.43.32.92 Fax : 01.43.43.34.42 Web site: http://www.dreamwej.com Open from 11:00 am to 11:30 pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm on Wednesday and Saturday 3-minute walk from Nation (Metro ligne 1, 2, 6 and 9 or RER A)

Fapi

This store is located on Rue Miromesnil. They have card games, board games, toys for kids on the first floor, and puzzles upstairs. They offer many kinds of games and toys for all ages. Everyone can find something that they will like. There are some tables to try out the games in the store. 110 Rue Miromesnil 75008 Paris Tél: 01 45 61 13 16 Open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday Web site: www.fapijeux.com (in French) 3-minute walk from Villiers (Metro ligne 2 and 3)

Games in Blue

This shop mainly offers classical board games. There are chess sets, go, backgammon, mah-jong, Chinese chess, playing cards and carrom boards in the shop. Most of them are wooden and the owner surely loves wooden board games. When you enter the shop, you would be impressed by the numerous kinds of chess pieces. This store is worth visiting if you are interested in unique chess pieces. 24 Rue Monge 75005 Paris Tel: 01 43 25 96 73 1 minute-walk from Cardinal Lemoine (Metro ligne 10)

LE JOKER DE PARIS

This store is located near Hôtel de Ville. The store sells many kinds of games and toys. They have classical board games, board games, carrom boards, card games, tarot cards, puzzles, many wooden board games such as Abalone, Siam etc, books about chess, billiard supplies, poker supplies, post cards, etc. This may be a game store, but can be a gift shop, too. Note that most of the game stores in Paris are closed on Sunday, but this shop is open on Sundays. 77 Rue de la Verrerie 75004 Paris Tel: 01 42 71 21 25 E-mail: 77@parisjoker.fr Web site: www.parisjoker.fr (in French) Open from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm daily 1-minute walk from Hôtel de Ville (Metro ligne 1 and 11)

L'Oeuf Cube

This store is located next to Université de Pierre et Marie(Paris VI and VII). They have board games, card games, Warhammer products and books about games. Despite of its size, the shop sells a lot of games, specially card games and the staffs are so friendly. 24 Rue Linné 75005 - Paris Tel: 01.45.87.28.83 Fax: 01.45.35.96.83 E-mail:oeuf-cube@cegetel.net Web site: www.oeufcube.com (in French) 1-minute walk from Jussieu (Metro ligne 7 and 10)

OYA Cafe

In Paris, there is a store where you can buy board games AND you can PLAY them. OYA Cafe is located on Rue de la Reine Blanche (13e arrondissemont).

You will see hundreds boardgames on a wall. You can choose any game you want to play.

"OYA" basically means a parent in Japanese but also means a dealer in a game. It costs 5 euros to play the first game. You can play the game as long as you want until closing time.Then it costs 3 euros to play another game if you want.

You may find rare games published from 90's or before.

They also have a lot of board games and card games for kids. The store is a little away from the center of Paris, but it is worth spending a time there if you want to play board games in Paris and/or are looking for rare board games. 25 rue de la Reine Blanche 75013 Paris Tel: 01 47 07 59 59 Web site:www.oya.fr e-mail address:oya@oya.fr Open from 2:00 pm to midnight through Tuesday to Friday, to 9 pm on Sunday. Closed on Monday. 1-minute walk from Les Gobelins (Metro Ligne 7)

LE REPAIRE DU DRAGON

This store is located on Boulevard Magenta. They have card games, board games, books about games, game figures. There are some tables in the shop and people play games there. You can check out the game schedule from the web site (www.lerepairedudragon.fr). Click on a date in the "Calendrier" which means calender in French, on the right side of the web site. See also Troll2Jeux 44 Boulevard Magenta 75010 Paris Tel: 01 44 84 70 69 Web site: www.lerepairedudragon.fr Open from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Monday through Friday except Wednesday), to 7:30 p.m. (Wed), from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday 2-minute walk from Jacques Bonsergent (Metro ligne 5)

Starplayer

This store is located near station Moubert Mutualié. There is a flea market every weekend around there. They offer board games and card games, but it is notable that they have loads of Warhammer products. Besides, they also have numerous books about games on a bookshelf. There are 2 tables to play board games in the shop. 16 Rue Lagrange, 75005 Paris. Tel: 01.44.07.39.64

Open from 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday Web site: www.starplayer.fr (in French) 1 min-walk from Moubert Mutulié (Metro Ligne 10)

Troll2Jeux

This store is located on Rue Hector Malot. They have board games, card games and many kinds of game figures. There are some tables and people play games every weekday night in the shop. You can check out the game schedule on the web site (www.troll2jeux.com). See also LE REPAIRE DU DRAGON 22 Rue Hector Malot 75012 Paris Tel: 01 43 40 90 46 Web site: www.troll2jeux.com (in French) Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 7 : 30 p.m. (Mon, Wed and Sat) or to 11 : 00 p.m. (Tue, Thu and Fri), from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Sun) 3 minute-walk from Gare de Lyon (RER A and D, Metro Ligne 1 and 14)

Variants

This store is located on Rue Saint-André des Arts. It is close to St Michele. They have card games, classical

board games, board games. They also offer board games from USA company such as Rio Grande Games. It is notable that the store sells numerous books about chess. 29 Rue Saint-André des Arts 75006 Paris Tél : 01 43 26 01 01 Fax : 01 40 46 84 55 Web site: www.variantes.com (in French) 5-min walk from Saint-Michel Notre Dame (RER B and C) Open from 10:30 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Saturday