Crossroads of philosophy and jazz, Saint-Germain-des-Prés is the revival of the temple after the Second World War. In Tabou, the former name of Café Laurent, Anne-Marie Cazalis meets Boris Vian, Abadie, but Greco, Queneau, Mauriac, Sartre and others zazous during evening where jazz, existentialism and a certain joy live reign supreme. Today, the Café Laurent, although it has resumed its original name, continues this tradition closely linked to the history of the neighborhood. From Monday to Saturday nights, pianists, singers and musical ensembles succeed on the stage. With the musicians or comfortably seated in our Grand Salon with its majestic fireplace, our special team welcomes you everyday of the year. Cafe Laurent also invites you to enjoy the patio. This garden away from the bustling city offers summer and winter. The opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors while enjoying the beverage of your choice.