10 (More!) Places to Eat in Paris // Brittany from Boston

10 (More!) Places to Eat in Paris

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Because you can never have enough of something good, especially when it comes to food in Paris, I want to tell you about 10 more places to eat in Paris that I love! There’s no shortage of good eats in the city of lights, and if my 10 Places to Eat in Paris had you itching to hop on a plane to test the theory, then these ought to please your palate as well. When in Paris, I like to enjoy a little bit of everything, from the sweet to the savory, the popular to the obscure, the trendy to the classics, and everything in between. Here are 10 more places to eat in Paris!

10 (More!) Places to Eat in Paris

1  |  Hôtel Plaza Athénée

After wearing out your feet shopping on the Champs Elysees, stop in at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée for a lunch in the palace! Not a bad way to go, if I do say so. Dine al fresco in the garden café at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, and have a glass of wine for me!

2  |  Daroco

Stylish and contemporary is just the start of the appeal at Daroco. This restaurant is the latest creation of the restaurant genius duo that brought us Rococo kebabs, Roco pizza, and Roca bistro. Enjoy a French take on Italian staples here at Daroco.


3  |  Chez Michel

The influences from the Brittany region are apparent on the menu at Chez Michel, which means you can get a taste for the French countryside without even leaving Paris! Consider it a required dining experience in Paris. And leave room for dessert because the Paris-Brest here is a puff pastry masterpiece.

4  |  Le Perchoir

You’ll come for the rooftop views over Paris, but you’ll stay for the expertly crafted cocktails here at Le Perchoir. The secret may be out already about this elevated bar scene, but it’s popular for a reason. Enjoy a drink here on top of the city!

5  |  Gemini Les Halles

This small family-owned restaurant is serving up delicious homemade dishes in the Les Halles neighborhood. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to dine at Gemini Les Halles. They even have a selection of dishes for veggies, vegans, and gluten-free.

Gemini Les Halls

6  |  Berthillon

Berthillon is the trendiest new ice cream spot. Join the trend and try a ginger caramel ice cream, or an earl gray tea or lavender or one of their 70+ other flavors of ice cream! It’s the perfect treat to enjoy after exploring nearby Notre Dame Cathedral.

7  |  Bistrot Vivienne

Lavishly elegant and dripping with French luxury, Bistrot Vivienne is a can’t-miss restaurant located right by the National Library. Serving up everything from duck foie gras to French veal with provencal vegetables, to the extensive wine list, everything on menu here is fantastic!

Bistrot Vivienne

8  |  Zerda Café

Borrowing from the flavor palate of Northern Africa, Zerda Café has an exotic, delicious menu of dinner offerings. You don’t have to venture all the way to Algeria for a slow-cooked tajine, just stop in to Zerda Café! You’ll love this family-owned business that’s been serving up African inspired dishes to Parisians for over half a century.

9  |  Restaurant Pierre Sang

You’ll need a reservation if you want to dine at the popular Restaurant Pierre Sang in Oberkampf. You’ll also need an open mind because there is no menu here, and you’re only told what you’re eating after the course is finished. It’s a unique dining experience, one that you’ll remember for a long time!

10  |  Clover Grill

The Clover Grill is an instagrammer’s paradise. The beautiful décor only serves to accentuate the culinary experience, making the lineup of steakhouse staples even more desirable!

10 (More!) Places to Eat in Paris // Brittany from Boston



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