21st birthday in Paris

Old Apr 19th, 2008, 12:59 PM
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21st birthday in Paris

We will be in Paris with our daughter on her 21st birthday. We are staying near the Pantheon. Any suggestions about a restaurant with good food that seems lively and not extremely expensive? I don't know what that means about price....Less than $75 per person.
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Old Apr 20th, 2008, 09:22 AM
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You could check the reviews on this website. You can search by price, location or theme.

http://www.timeout.com/paris/
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Old Apr 20th, 2008, 10:29 AM
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Hi JJ,

These are all near the Pantheon and within your 50E pp budget.

Brasserie Balzar 49, rue des Ecoles

Le Coup Chou
11, rue de Lanneau / 3 Impasse Chartiere

Atelier Maitre Albert 1, Rue Maître-Albert Tel 01 46 33 13 78. Métro: Maubert Chicken

Le Petit Prince de Paris
12 rue de Lanneau 01 43 54 77 26

L'Auberge du Vigneron
18 rue Pot de Fer 01 42 17 00 15

Chez Gramond 5 rue de Fleurus
01 42 22 28 89

La Table d’Aude 8 rue de Vaugirard, corner of R Conde’

La Mediterranee.
2 Place de l'Odeon 01 43 26 02 30

Le Vin Sobre, 25 Rue Feuillantines, 01 43 29 00 23

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Anyone been to Le Cosi?
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Metro Maubert-Chicken? Are you sure Ira!
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This was my favorite restaurant in Paris it is small the name is Le Jardin d'Ivy 75, rue Mouffetard (very lively street with plenty of places to eat and great to visit during the day). The owners are also the wait staff, they are very accomodating and friendly. The prices are very fair and the food fantastic! Especially desert. They have ala carte as well as 2 levels of price fix (19E and 29E as of March 08). Your daughter turning 21 may enjoy seeing all of the students that are around that area from the University.
http://www.lejardindivy.com
You can hardly go wrong with a meal in Paris, enjoy!
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For lively, I'd second Ira's Brasserie Balzar. Be sure to reserve.
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