We found a couple of places to buy caviar in Paris and I thought I would pass them along. Caviar Latian is a small storefront near us in Passy on Rue de l'Annonciation. Apparently they have been around since 1994 and offer both farmed and wild products. They have Baeri caviar all of the time, and intermittent supplies of Beluga, Schrenki and Ossetra. They also sell salmon, a variety of other fish, vodka and caviar accessories like blinis and mother of pearl spoons.
In 1895, Théophile Bader and his cousin Alphonse Kahn opened a fashion store in a small haberdasher's shop at the corner of rue La Fayette and the Chaussée d'Antin, in Paris. In 1896, their company purchased the entire building at n°1 rue La Fayette; in 1905 they acquired the buildings at n°38, 40 and 42, boulevard Haussmann and n°15 rue de la Chaussée d'Antin. Bader commissioned the architect Georges Chedanne and his pupil Ferdinand Chanut to design the store at the Haussmann location, where a glass and steel dome and Art Nouveau staircases were finished in 1912. This place is the most extravagant store we have ever seen, in 2009, Galeries Lafayette recorded earnings of over one billion euro.