The Cafe Campana, Musee d’Orsay, Paris

After enjoying time at the Impressionism Exhibit, we enjoyed visiting the Cafe Campana, designed by the Brailian Campana brothers. The gold bell lighting against a backdrop of the clock was magical. The cafe is inspired by Emile Gallé, and a tribute to Art Nouveau.

We loved the multicolored water glasses and carafe d’eau.

For beverages, the cafe serves coffee, teas, tea infusions and  hot chocolates.

To rest our weary museum going feet, we enjoyed some black tea in delicate white, porcelain tea cups and pots.

The maxi eclairs for 6 euros were gargantuan and double the size of a normal eclair.

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