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Need nice Parisian cafe, bistro, or restaurant open on Sundays

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Will be in Paris briefly in a few weeks, and the last evening we're there is an anniversary - not a big imposing one (doesn't end in 5 or 0) but an anniversary nonetheless. We hoped for a nice place for an early dinner (has to be an early night to get up early for morning flight). It turns out, however, many restaurants are closed on Sunday evenings.

Staying on rue Ste Honore, in the Les Halles, Louvre, Chatelet area, just for orientation. Not looking for Michelin stars but would like a congenial, pleasant place with good food (obviously). Would be nice to stay under E 130-140 for both of us, although might go higher for a special place (only one of us drinks wine).

Have checked the Fodor's choices, etc. in our likely price range and not too far from the hotel, and it seemed that the few open on Sunday were booked a while ago. Sigh.

Anyone have a suggestion? Perhaps there's a hotel dining room that would neither break our bank nor disappoint? A nice bistro across the river?

(At least all the Eiffel Tower restaurants were booked, sparing us from giving in to that expensive but cliche'd temptation.)

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