Cafes, Brasseries and Cabarets

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  • La Bonne Franquette/ Where History And Gastronomy Intersect
    At the corner of rue des Saules and rue Saint Rustique in Montmartre, Patrick Fracheboud carries on the tradition of Restaurateur Exceptionnel. "Aimer, manger, boire et chanter" (love, eat, drink ....

  • Le Bistrot Paul Bert/ Classic Paris
    Bistrot Paul Bert has long been a go-to spot for simple, classic bistro fare. The room is charming, the steak is cooked to perfection accompanied by house-made fries (frites) and the chalkboard m....

  • Au Limonaire: Paris Wine Bistro And Cabaret
    Au Limonaire: Bistro a Vins et a Chansons, is a wine bistro passionate about traditional French music. ....

  • Le Train Bleu: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    Le Train Bleu was the name of the train that transported passengers from the City of Light, to the sunny climes of the French Riviera. In 1900, this train-station restaurant was decorated in Belle Ep....

  • Brasserie Lipp: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    Leonard Lipp fled Alsace during the Franco-Prussian War and opened his brasserie in 1880. ....

  • Cafe De La Paix: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    Designed by Charles Garnier, architect of the Paris Opera House, this is a grand old cafe which offers an impressive vantage point for sipping hot chocolate and watching the world walk by. ....

  • Les Deux Magots: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    Consider the bustling location. Situated on one side of a lovely square, across from the oldest surviving abbey church in Paris, Les Deux Magots offers the perfect vantage point for contemplating the....

  • Ma Bourgogne: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    In 1604 King Henry IV erected a royal pavilion at the south end of this square, and miraculously, the brick and stone, slate-roofed apartments begun four centuries ago, still make up the perimeter of ....

  • Le Procope: Historic Cafes And Brasseries Of Paris
    In 1664 Louis XIV first tasted coffee and in 1686 Francesco Procopio opened the first coffee house in Paris called Café Procope. ....

  • Cafe Les Deux Magots : Ham Sandwich And A Coke
    I have a very favorite place in the Universe. Granted, I have not been everywhere in the Universe, but I have traveled enough and seen enough to conclude that for me, the Café Les Deux Magots in Par....

  • Le Procope : The Oldest Cafe In Paris
    When the Comedie Francaise installed itself across the street from Le Procope in 1689, the café’s success was guaranteed. Founded in 1686, by a very entrepreneurial Sicilian named Francesco Procopi....

  • The Way To Drink Coffee In Paris
    According to “The Legend of the Dancing Goats”, a goatsherd named Kaldi, who lived in the highlands of Ethiopia, had come to notice that his goats always seemed to be very high-spirited, frolicki....

  • Cafe Deli - Cieux / Best Scenic Viewpoint
    The shopping we know is great, but Printemps (the department store) is also a great-view destination. ....