Located in the historic Le Marais district, La Perle doubles as a low-profile daytime café, and a crowded '70's-inspired cocktail bar. The spot is notorious for its crowd of young, impeccably-dressed Parisians, meandering in gaggles towards the cafè-bar as evening sets in. For prime nighttime hours, the staff rearranges the dining room to provide ample standing room, and the collection of round, marble tables and classic whicker chairs are quickly occupied by diners and drinkers alike. The sidewalk tables, framed by tasteful strings of white lights, are prime space for people-watching (or rather, for passersby to admire La Perle's glamorous crowd), and table service is still available for those who choose to sit outside. At this all-day Parisian favorite, effortlessly cool, A.P.C.-clad twenty-somethings sip espresso drinks by daylight, returning at night for carafes of the house rosè.