Paris hallmark - Former railway station dating from 1867 in the 14th arrondissement. Venue


This is an unusual venue for events, as it is a former railway station dating from 1867, converted into a festive, gourmet restaurant. Ideally located in the 14th arrondissement, the restaurant offers a wide range of airy, welcoming spaces for your corporate event: company evenings, seminars, lunches... up to 200 people, fully privatised.

Possible formats:

Plenary sessions:

Up to 80 people in theatre only.

Up to 65 people in theatre format and/or islands of tables, then divided into sub-groups

Lunch can be served as a buffet on the mezzanine floor.

Stage, VP and giant screen, microphones, paperboard

Coffee, breakfast, lunch, drinks or end-of-day cocktails available.

Afterwork format, cocktail reception for 20 to 70 people.

Possible without privatisation with access to the mezzanine only.

Study days, workshops, farewell parties, mini-showcases in our "Station Manager's Apartment", for around 20 people (depending on the format) - Space with plasma screen, podium, Bluetooth speaker, private toilets. No disabled access.

The spaces

- The Station Manager's Apartment

Modular, self-contained space on the first floor of Poinçon

CAPACITY: 10 to 25 people

AREA: 35m² (35 sq. m.)

Included in the service :

- Dedicated staff

- 75-inch plasma screen

- Bluetooth speaker

- A furniture base

- Private toilets

- The small mezzanine

Running along the railing of the mezzanine with a view of the stage.

CAPACITY: up to 30 people


Included in the service :

- Dedicated staff

- Sanitary facilities shared with the rest of the mezzanine

- PRM access

- Le carré and le Petit Salon

Most of the mezzanine

CAPACITY: 25 to 45 people


Included in the service :

- A bar-mezzanine area and Petit Salon

- Dedicated staff

- Sanitary facilities

- PRM access

- Cloakroom

- The mezzanine

The entire mezzanine

CAPACITY: up to 70 people


Included in the service :

- Petite Mezzanine access

- Bar-mezzanine area and Petit Salon

- Dedicated staff

- Sanitary facilities

- PRM access

- Partial balcony

Part of the balcony

CAPACITY: 20 people

AREA: 20m² (215 sq. ft.)

Included in the service :

- A bar area

- A dozen seats

- Large Japanese table below

- PRM access

The entire balcony

The entire balcony

CAPACITY : 20 to 40 people

AREA: 40m² (40 sq. ft.)

Included in the service :

- A bar area

- A dozen seats

- Large Japanese table below

- PRM access

Poinçon is not only an ideal place for lunch and dinner, but also the perfect place for a party or special event. The restaurant can host a corporate evening, banquet, cocktail party or business event. The producer and chef work hand in hand to serve up honest magic, raw charm and memorable cuisine to your guests.


2 buffet options to choose from :

1 Premium formula

1 Classic formula

Poinçon's chefs will prepare your buffet according to the day's arrivals, using fresh seasonal produce.

They adapt to your wishes and are able to cater for special diets.

Other types of event possible:

Your film shoots

Festivals and showcases

Literary events

Trade fairs and showrooms

Awards ceremonies


Private events: company parties, team lunches, farewells, etc.


The origins of Poinçon

Montrouge-Ceinture station, opened in 1867, the year of the Universal Exhibition, was part of the first rail network linking the many districts of the capital. The line was abandoned by Parisians due to increasing competition from metropolitan areas, before being definitively closed to passengers in 1934. Abandoned for almost 74 years, it is now being brought back to life by the Commission du Vieux Paris.

Renaud Barillet, Fabrice Martinez and their Cultplace factory of cultural and social living spaces were entrusted with the development of the former Montrouge-Ceinture station by the municipality of the 14th arrondissement in May 2014. Now refurbished on a 400 m² site with a 250 m² terrace overlooking the Petite Ceinture, the former station has been renamed Poinçon in honour of the tool that was used until the 1960s to validate tickets for travellers in stations. At the crossroads of artistic programming and new cultural and social practices, Poinçon is a place for mixing, meeting and sharing, with a focus on good food, conviviality and celebration.

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