Are you missing Paris? Slate tabletops, a tile floor, and a rolled-zinc bar will transport you out of Downtown Seattle and into the charming 6th arrondissement. Blackboards spell out the specials, and wines are served from the earthenware pichets that inspired the brasserie's name. The menu is heartbreakingly French: at lunch there are rustic pâtés and jambon et fromage (ham-and-cheese) sandwiches on crusty baguettes; dinner sees homemade sausages, daily fish specials, and steak tartare. The roast chicken (for two) takes an hour to prepare and is worth every second that you'll wait. Reservations are accepted for dinner only.