Fringe, 106 rue de Turenne – Coffee off the beaten path
Jeff Hargrove opened his café, Fringe, with an objective in mind : partake in the “Paris coffee revolution”. He’s achieved that goal by combining 3 essential themes. Firstly, local coffee ; “good-eating”, with quality, local ingredients ; and finally, a love of photography, putting the spotlight on emerging artists.
Fringe works with world-famous coffee roasters to obtain quality espressos (their “signature” one, as well as another espresso which changes monthly) and filter coffees (which change regularly). As for the menu, it represents all the agricultural abundance of the Île de France region. With the close contact it keeps with its suppliers, Fringe ranks itself high on the range of local eating. Everything is homemade : juices, bread, pastries, and all the dishes, for the most part vegetarian (with vegan options).
Regularly, Fringe hosts photography exhibitions. While savoring healthy dishes and high quality coffee, you will be able to enjoy the works of photographs with the same artisanal, personal approach. Fringe also offers photography books, as well as books and magazines about specialty coffee.
You can find Fringe a 2 minute walk away from our 66 Charlot and 123 turenne venues, and less than a minute away from our 116 Turenne venue. Those three locations, with their large surface area and excellent lighting, are ideal to host your events, showrooms, or professional conferences.
More information on their website.
106 rue de Turenne