The Concept Store in Paris

Welcome to our home, welcome to Casa Borgo!

We inaugurated the French concept store of Borgo delle Tovaglie on 8 September 2014 in Paris, in an old workshop in 4 Rue du Grand Prieuré, in the heart of a bubbly district full of cultural and commercial activities, with an eye for world of food.

In the 700 square meters of Borgo delle Tovaglie Paris, you can find the typical Borgo-style atmosphere, thanks to a careful selection of products from our collection that blend naturally with design objects for furniture, unique vintage pieces and handcrafted products carefully selected.

To complete the Parisian space, Borgo Bistrot, a restaurant with the welcoming atmosphere of a real Italian house, where you can taste familiar and regional recipes from our country, in a unique setting. The dishes we have chosen reflect our genuine and authentic lifestyle and combine the culture of good Italian food with the essential quality of raw materials, selected from the best producers in Italy.

The wine list, for us, is the natural completion of the Bistrot's proposal, a reasoned list of new labels for the French market, the result of passionate research in the Italian wineries that struck us most.

Much more than a shop, the one in Paris is our embassy to spread the concept of home couture, art, design and architecture of Borgo delle Tovaglie abroad, a 360 ° immersive experience in the heart of the Bolognese brand.

Colors, fabrics and materials, created with passion and attention to detail, unique in their kind!

Borgo delle Tovaglie products are handcrafted in Italy. Tailor-made on request.

Style and personality for the bedroom, the dining room, the living room, the kitchen and the bathroom.

Visit Borgo delle Tovaglie in Paris


4 Rue du Grand Prieuré, 75011.
Metro: Oberkampf - Lines 5 e 9.

Monday – Friday: 10h30-16h00 • Saturday: 11h00-18h00
Monday – Friday: 12h15-14h30 / 19h30-22h30
Saturday: 12h15-15h00 (Brunch) / 19h30-22h30
+33 (0)982 336 481
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The Bologna Store The Paris Bistrot