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1 week eating itinerary for Paris

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I will be in Paris for work Sept. 2-8 and am trying to make the most of my dining opportunities while there. I'm staying near Notre Dame. Here is my tentative agenda:

Sunday lunch - Cave la Bourgogne
Sunday dinner - Le Reminet
Monday dinner - le 404 (to break up the French cuisine; and a friend recommended it)
Tuesday dinner - Paul Bert (this is my coworker's one pick)
Wednesday dinner - pre-dinner drinks at O Chateau, dinner at Le Gaigne (with close friend)
Thursday group dinner - Bistro des Gastronomes
Friday group dinner - Chez Gabrielle (I am prioritizing proximity to Hotel Astrid, where others are staying, over where I'd most like to eat)

M-F for lunch I will just have to grab something quick and close while on break from meetings, so no long lunches.

One question is should I switch Le Reminet and Bistro des Gastronomes? We will be discussing work over dinner on Thursday. Sunday will be just me and one coworker/friend. I know I could reconsider this ad nauseum since there are 8000+ restaurants in Paris, but any feedback or "shouldn't do"s on the above? Thanks.

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