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An Evening in the Batignolles quartier, Paris

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We (DH, 16yr DD and I) will be making a repeat visit to Paris this fall. In researching the foodie part of the trip (mostly on Chowhound), I've come up with a number of restaurants in the Batignolles quartier.

If we had dinner in the area, is it a lively / interesting enough area for us to spend the evening there, walking around, a pre-dinner drink at a cafe, etc? We customarily eat at 8-9, and it will be late enough in the year that the sun will have set well before then. I do like the idea of being in an area that has fewer tourists, and exploring a new part of the city.

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