Le Paris Cafe Festival bridges the gap between the new Wave Craft Coffee movement and france's established traditional espresso culture.
With more than 8,000 visitors expected in 2023 - including coffee lovers, professional baristas and espresso bar owners - Le Paris Café Festival showcases the diversity of the industry professionals and consumers alike.
The weekend (Saturday May 13 & Sunday May 14) will be open to all. Monday May 15, 2023 will be reserved for professionals only. The Paris Café Festival offers numerous opportunities for exhibitors to engage directly with stakeholders, coffee bar owners, foodservice operators, barista and coffee loving consumers, from France and elsewhere.
To enliven these three days, the Paris Café Festival offers an exhilarating program, including the Lab, French Championships organized by the SCA France (Specialty Coffee Association), the Latte Art Live or the Roast Masters, a spectacular competition that will see face the best barista and bartender in Europe!
LE PARIS CAFE FESTIVAL
Saturday 13 May to Monday 15 May 2023
Le Carreau du Temple
4 Rue Eugène Spuller,
Saturday 13 May 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday 14 May 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Monday 15 May 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
So, what is Le Paris Cafe Festival all about?
Le Paris Café Festival celebrates Paris bustling and vibrant coffee scene.
With thousands of coffee lovers and foodies, professional baristas, coffee shop owners and top decision-makers expected to attend, Le Paris Café Festival promises to be a unmissable event for all coffee lovers and industry folk alike.
The Festival will feature artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas.
What does my ticket include?
On top of entry to Le Paris Café Festival you can expect coffee and food samples, tastings, demos and live music! Learn about the various ways to make and brew coffee at home, visit your favourite barista at the True Artisan Café and graze your way through the artisan food and street food markets.
You won’t go home hungry, thirsty, or uncaffeinated!
When and where?
Le Paris Café Festival next edition will be held in Spring 2023.
What are the daily sessions?
The public days will take place on Satuday 14 and Sunday 15 May
Saturday 13 May
10:00am - 6:00 pm
Sunday 14 May
10:00am - 5:00pm
The industry day will be held on Mondayt 15 May, from 10:00 am - 5.00 pm
How do I get there?
Le Carreau du Temple
4 Rue Eugène Spuller,
Line 7 RIQUET stop
Routes 45/54 CRIMÉE - CURIAL stop
Is the site wheelchair-accessible?
Is this a child friendly event?
Can I bring a dog?
Unfortunately the venue does not permit dogs (or other animals) other than service dogs.
Can I bring food or drinks in?
Le Paris Café Festival attracts some of the best gourmet food producers in France who will be giving out nibbles on the day and there will be plenty more fine food and drink to buy on site so there really wont be any reason to bring one. It’s not a BYO Festival, so you won’t be able to bring food and drink in with you. Sorry.
Will there be food for vegetarians?
Absolutely. You’ll find plenty of tasty food if you’re vegetarian.
Will there be photography & filming?
Yes. All official photographers and film crew will have identification.
Photography, video, audio recording and children
The safeguarding of children is our first priority when using recorded content. We adhere closely to the NSPCC’s guidelines on the use of images and video online, taking special care to protect a child’s privacy and never identify children by name unless we have specific permission to do so.
Public photography and video filming
We're sure you will understand that we wish to protect the integrity of the Festival and exhibitors. If you are going to take pictures or film with a video camera or a mobile phone camera you need to follow some common sense rules. In essence you are free to record your own visit to the Festival for your own personal home use. You will not be able to sell any photos or moving images of the Festival for commercial or other gain. Please respect the privacy of other Festival attendees who may not want to be filmed. Please do not bring any professional equipment with you and please be aware of health and safety issues.
Will there be a cloakroom?
No, sorry there won’t be a cloakroom. Please make sure you look after any item that you bring into the venue, it's your responsibility; the organisers and venue management team can not take responsibility for loss or theft.
Can I smoke?
No. Smoking will not be allowed inside the building.
What about security?
For your safety every Festival zone will have a dedicated security guard. If you see any problems or incidents please report them to security staff or the police.
Where’s the fine print?
Here. Just a few little rules and additional information for our Festival goers!
Qualified first aiders are available throughout the event. In the first instance please contact a member of security.
A fire marshalling system is employed. In the event of fire or evacuation please follow the fire marshal’s direction.
Glass & Bottles
Are strictly prohibited at the event and may be confiscated if found.
There will be two Information Points located at the event. Please refer to the Festival map or ask a member of onsite staff.
Lost or Found Property
Please hand any found property to a member of the onsite event team, at an Information Point or entrance/exit. After the event property will be kept for three months and can be claimed by calling (0)207 841 9062.
Can I exchange or refund my ticket?
Unfortunately we operate a no refund, no exchange policy. These terms and conditions are displayed on our booking page at the time of purchase.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
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What’s the difference between Industry and consumer days?
The celebrations will start at the weekend with the public sessions on Saturday and Sunday. Visitors will enjoy free tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more.
Le Paris Café Festival will open for a Trade Day on Monday from 10:00 am - 7:00 pm.
As well as all the exciting features that will be running throughout the Festival there will also be an exclusive Industry Day Programme, including a series of workshops, seminars, product tastings and other industry specific experiences.
The Lab area of the Festival will also host numerous free, relevant seminars and workshops that will provide attendees with latest market insight, innovative ideas and ready-to-implement training and vocational skills.