The most beautiful vantage point for savoring the view of the Louvre, living the Louvre experience. Café Marly's name comes from the name of the Louvre's Cour Marly, where French sculptures from the 17th century are on display. This part of the museum can be seen through the windows inside the restaurant, specially designed by Yves Taralon and Olivier Gagnère. But Café Marly is also a sublime terrace under the archways that surround the Cour Napoleon, the best spot in Paris to admire Ieoh Ming Pei's famous glass pyramid. Café Marly, one of the most beautiful secrets of the French capital.