Brasseries and cafes in Paris - Page 2
Enjoying the French cuisine when on holiday in Paris is something that you have to do, and with many different Brasseries and cafes in Paris to choose from, you can be sure to find the right place, if it be for a quick snack or a sumptuous lunch at one of the venues that has worldwide recognition for their unique delicacies.
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Le 51, also known as the Restaurant Cinematheque, is more of a cafe and snack style restaurant in Paris, which is located within the Cinematheque Francaise.
This cafe in Paris is located at the Petit Palais, which is by the Champs Elysees avenue, and is an ideal place to stop and relax with a drink, snack or lunch.
Le Petit Casino is a dinner and show venue that features one man band style comedians and new talents in a brasserie style setting for a buffet dinner.
The first literary cafe in the world and the oldest cafe in Paris that is now the famous Procope restaurant, which is still running and at the same location.
The Rotonde de la Villette restaurant is by Bassin de la Villette and is a brasserie, bar, restaurant and music venue, that has a terrace overlooking the canal.
Fauchon in Paris sells gourmet products from their delicatessen, plus you are able to enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea with cakes and pastries and dinner.
The Bataclan Cafe is more than just a cafe in Paris, they are also an art gallery showcasing different artists, have live music nights and themed party nights.
This Brasserie called La Fidelite not only servers great food, but it also has an apartment for private receptions and a club below for late night clubbing.
The Petit Journal Montparnasse is a Brasserie and Jazz Club in Paris, which opens at 7am for breakfast and does not close until the early hours of the morning.
The Cafe de la Paix is a historical restaurant in Paris founded in 1862 that serves gourmet French cuisine while you its fabulous location by the Opera Garnier.
The Balle au Bond is a barge moored on the River Seine in Paris that provides a cafe lounge area and brunch buffet, but it is also an entertainment venue.
There are five Happy Days Diners in Paris, that are just known as HD Diners for short, and these restaurants are based on a traditional 1950s American diner.
Cafe Suedois At The Swedish Institute
The cafe Suedois is a Swedish cafe in Paris that produces freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries, along with other snacks and traditional classics.
The Auberge DAB is a traditional French Brasserie that specialises in seafood dishes along with other French delights including a la carte gourmet cuisine.
The Peniche Marcounet is a wine bar and music venue that is located on a boat permanently moored along the banks of the River Seine close to Hotel de Ville.
The Cafe des Beaux Arts in Paris is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner till late evening, and is located by the River Seine and Institut de France.
This gourmet brasserie Terminus Nord sits next to the Gare du Nord train station and has been serving French cuisine to businessmen and travellers since 1925.
The Grandes Marches brasserie in Paris serves traditional French gourmet cuisine and is located close to Opera Bastille with great view of Place de la Bastille.
The Cafe Francais serves gourmet French cuisine and is part of the Beaumarly group of restaurants with this particular one having great views over Bastille square.
The Bastringue Brasserie is in an idyllic location by the bank of the Canal de l'Ourcq and serves good quality French cuisine at a very reasonable cost.
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