If you start going north-east from the center of the map on this page, you'll find yourself in the Sentier area. There you will find the wholesale garment district of Paris (though most of the designer and other shops have hand-written signs saying "No Retail"), streets sprinkled with the weirdest and most hideous-looking prostitutes in the Universe, and some good strictly kosher restauarants run by families and aimed at the local workers.
Keep going north, maybe a little north-west now, you will pass or go through Galeries Lafayette (lovely things to buy, and don't forget to look at the building itself, especially the interior of the dome), and will reach what the locals call the "Faubourg Montmartre" area, home to smaller streets whose planning (or lack thereof) is still reminiscent of pre-Haussmann to Belle Epoque Paris, including that whoich holds the Folies Bergere. Here, too, is a conveniently (for us) Jewish neighborhood, not gentrified and not as self-conscious as the Pletzl, and maybe better for grocery stores and synagogues for every taste than for restaurants.
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