Le Druout, companion restaurant to Chartier, is no more, I report with great sadness. It was one Parisian treasure we looked forward to visiting last month but found it had closed. On the "good news" side, we can report that Chartier, 7 rue du Faubourg Montmatre, continues to do a roaring business. A huge menu of typically Parisian dishes at modest prices. Overworked waiters who scribble your bill on the paper tablecloths. Crowded, noisy, with ambience galore. Having just returned from a month in France, Belgium, and Holland, we are still deep in jet lag but will be on hand to answer specific questions via e-mail once our brains clear.
Sad news: Le Drouot, 103 rue Richelieu, is no more
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