Paris Restaurants

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  • 1. Alléno Paris au Pavillon Ledoyen

    $$$$ | Champs-Élysées | French

    Tucked away in a quiet garden across from the Petit Palais, Ledoyen—open since 1779—is a study in Empire-style elegance. Star chef Yannick Alléno...Read More

  • 2. Café de la Paix

    $$$$ | Grands Boulevards | French

    Once described as the "center of the civilized world," this grand café was a meeting place for the Belle Époque's glitterati. It's an elegant...Read More

  • 3. Le Buisson Ardent

    $$$ | Latin Quarter | French

    This charming Quartier Latin bistro with woodwork and murals dating from 1925 is always packed and boisterous. A glance at the €39.90 set menu...Read More

  • 4. Le Grand Véfour

    $$$$ | Louvre | French

    Originally built in 1784, Le Grand Véfour has welcomed everyone from Napoléon to Colette to Jean Cocteau under its mirrored ceiling, and is...Read More

  • 5. Le Pré Catelan

    $$$$ | Western Paris | French

    Live a Belle Époque fantasy by dining beneath the chestnut trees on the terrace of this fanciful landmark pavillon in the Bois de Boulogne...Read More

  • 6. Au Rocher de Cancale

    $ | Louvre | French

    As its impressive facade attests, this café has a special history. It opened in 1846, when Balzac was a regular and Rue Montorgueil was the...Read More

  • 7. Bofinger

    $$ | Bastille | French

    One of the oldest, loveliest, and most popular brasseries in Paris has improved in recent years, so stake out one of the tables, which are dressed...Read More

  • 8. Brasserie Thoumieux

    $$$$ | Eiffel Tower | French

    When this old-world bistro was revived, much of its vintage character was thankfully preserved. Despite its location in the sedate 7e arrondissement...Read More

  • 9. Café de Flore

    $$ | St-Germain-des-Prés | Café

    Picasso, Chagall, Sartre, and de Beauvoir, attracted by the luxury of a heated café, worked and wrote here in the early 20th century. Today...Read More

  • 10. Julien

    $$$ | Grands Boulevards | French

    Famed for its 1879 decor—think Art Nouveau stained glass and La Bohème –style street lamps hung with vintage hats—this Belle Époque dazzler...Read More

  • 11. La Coupole

    $$$ | Montparnasse | French

    This world-renowned cavernous spot with Art Deco murals practically defines the term brasserie. It's been popular since Jean-Paul Sartre and...Read More

  • 12. La Cristal Room

    $$$$ | Champs-Élysées | French

    The success of this restaurant in the Baccarat museum-boutique stems not only from the stunning decor—mirrors, patches of exposed-brick wall...Read More

  • 13. La Tartine

    $ | Marais Quarter | French

    This calm café on busy Rue de Rivoli is a local favorite with an impressive wine list. Try the €8 French onion soup or indulge in classic French...Read More

  • 14. Lapérouse

    $$$$ | St-Germain-des-Prés | French

    Émile Zola, George Sand, and Victor Hugo were regulars here, and the restaurant's mirrors still bear diamond scratches from the days when mistresses...Read More

  • 15. Le Dôme

    $$$$ | Montparnasse | French

    Now a fancy fish brasserie serving seafood delivered fresh from Normandy every day, this restaurant began as a dingy meeting place for exiled...Read More

  • 16. Le Grand Colbert

    $$$ | Louvre | French

    One of the few independently owned brasseries left in Paris, Le Grand Colbert, with its globe lamps and ceiling moldings, feels grand yet not...Read More

  • 17. Le Relais Plaza

    $$$$ | Champs-Élysées | French

    Parisian to its core, the Hotel Plaza Athénée's Art Deco dining room—including a mural that's a registered historic landmark—is a cherished...Read More

  • 18. Le Saint-Régis

    $$ | Île Saint-Louis | French

    Wondering where locals take their coffee on touristy Ile St-Louis? Try this old-timer—it's open until 2 am daily. ...Read More

  • 19. Le Petit Rétro

    $$$ | Trocadéro | French

    Chic clientele (business executives in expensive suits at noon, well-dressed locals in the evening) frequent this little bistro with Art Nouveau...Read More

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