Brasseries

Café de l'Homme

Refined French classic cuisine into a warm and spacious place.
Gilles & Boissier home-designer Art-Deco decoration, unforgettable view of the Eiffel Tower.
Terrace can be available in summer time. Opened daily.

Café de l'Homme
Place du Trocadéro - Paris 16e

 

Brasserie Flottes

A throw stone from the Louvre museum and the Tuileries gardens,
Flottes is an Art Nouveau brasserie owned by the same family from the beginning.
Traditional brasserie food and specialities from Auvergne, Centre of France.
Warm and professional staff. Highly recommended.

Brasserie Flottes
2 rue Cambon - Paris 1er

 

La Lorraine

This true bastion of parisian dinning located at Place des Ternes is as flamboyant as it was in the 1930's, has managed to remain youthfull, vibrant and warm.
Its refined Art Nouveau Deco boast century.
Old mosaics and chandeliers of St Louis crystal.
La Lorraine is also synonymous with one the most impressive seafood tables in Paris.

La Lorraine

2 Place des Ternes - Paris 8e

Le Vaudeville

Art Deco spot accross from the bourse ( stock exchange ). Lively brasserie, perfect for an after show dinner. French brasserie specialities.

Le Vaudeville

La Closerie des Lilas

This bar, brasserie and restaurant is a Montparnasse mythical place, where the importance of celebration and art of living are joyously proclaimed. you will delight in the impeccable traditional cuisine. This historical landmark is worth a visit.

La Closerie des Lilas

Le Boeuf sur le Toît

Large, animated and very Parisian brasserie located a step away from the Champs-Elysées.
This restaurant offers a good brasserie cuisine in a beautiful 1930’s setting with a piano bar.

Le Boeuf sur le Toît 

Chez Savy

The smallest Parisian brasserie, long and narrow, like a dining car.

An intinmate place with a warm atmosphere, set of wood panelling, mosaics and mirrors

Chez Savy

 

Stella

Near Place Victor Hugo, you will find Stella. it has been renovated without losing its superb tone of excellence.

Le Stella

Le Coq

A contemporary brasserie recently bought by the Costes Brothers. Nice terrace on the Trocadero, a stone throw away from the Eiffel tower. Revisited brasserie dishes, trendy ambiance and loung music. Walking distance from the hotel and non stop service from 7.30 AM to midnight.

Prunier

With its gorgeous Art Deco rooms, this long-running seafooder in the 16th is still a treasure for its classic and irreproachable plates of sea food, smoker salmon and French caviar.

Prunier

 

Les 110 de Taillevent

For the first time ever, a brasserie is offering 110 wines by the glass as part of a unique sommelier-inspired menu in which each dish is associated with 4 wines.

110 Taillevent

 

Le Kléber

Casual Café with traditional French Cuisine. Decoration "1900". Moderate prices.

Le Kléber

Bofinger

Magnificent brasserie where waiters “à l’ancienne” carry superb platers of sea products and Alsacian specialties.
Authentic Art Nouveau decoration.
Ideal for dinner after a show at the Opera Bastille.