It is the oldest market in Paris. Le Petit Marché was created in 1615 to serve Le Marais. It was renamed in remembrance of an orphanage near by. Along with neighbouring Rue de Bretagne, it is now one of the hippest markets in the Haut Marais. There are 20 stalls and restaurants in the market and there is a great photography ephemera shop as well. The adjacent street, Rue de Bretagne is worth a visit – a beer at Café Charlot is a must.
Here is a link to my Flickr set.
Marché des Enfants-Rouges
39 Rue de Bretagne, 75003
Mardi, mercredi, jeudi : de 8h30 à 13h et de 16h à 19h30
Vendredi, samedi : de 8h30 à 13h et de 16h à 20h
Dimanche : de 8h30 à 14h