Hotel George V

brasserie

La Closerie des Lilas
This legendary Piano bar/Brasserie/Restaurant located on the famous Boulevard du Montparnasse was once the haunt of such luminaries as poet Paul Verlaine, Picasso, Hemingway and Fitzgerald and now draws Parisians and visitors alike for French classics such as chilled oysters, smoked salmon, juicy steaks and fishes.
171 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006
+33 1 40 51 34 50
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Le Grand Colbert
This classic brasserie, with superb movie-set décor of mosaic floors, potted palms, lots of mirrors, high ceiling, booths and waiters bustling about; although the traditional food seems standard to savants, this remains a great place to take visitors if you think they’d like to sample scary French cuisine like escargots and frogs legs amid an appealing ambiance.
2 rue Vivienne, 75002
+33 1 42 86 87 88
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Café de l’Homme
After being closed for five years for the refurbishment of the Musée de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot, the Café de l’Homme has finally reopened. The menu offers a profusion of standards of French cuisine but also creative and highly successful dishes accompanied by superb wines from Bordeaux in double magnums, served by the glass or elegant carafes. The clientele is chic, Parisian and trendy and has already taken over the place, well arranged between the very elegant « moucharabiehs » of openwork marble.
17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75016 Paris
+33 1 44 05 30 15
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Le Dôme
This Hemingway-era Montparnasse restaurant is definitely known for its excellent fish and seafood products delivered daily from the coast. They offer a typical French Parisian setting with a traditional atmosphere.
108 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014
+33 1 43 35 25 81
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La Coupole
Opened in the 20’s, this legendary brasserie located in the heart of the historic Montparnasse district was once the center of art and literature in Paris and counted such greats as Dali, Hemingway and Josephine Baker among its customers. Despite the massive, chaotic dining room and gruff waiters, locals and visitors alike frequent this establishment for giant platters of seafood and juicy steak frites.
102 boulevard du Montparnasse 75014
+33 1 43 20 14 20
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Le Train Bleu
Restaurant located in the hall of the Gare de Lyon railway station recently renovated in full, Le Train Bleu was inaugurated in 1901 and the greatest painters of the time contributed to the magnificent setting. The golden paneling, the paintings, the brass luggage racks and settees recreate the very ornate atmosphere of the early 20th century. People come here to admire the majesty of the place and classic brasserie cooking.
Gare de Lyon, 75012
+33 1 43 43 09 06
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Lipp
This brasserie stands firm as a Saint-Germain monument to a bygone era; first-timers are likely to be spirited upstairs to « Siberia’ while regulars and celebs swim in the ground floor «VIP aquarium »; though critics carp it’s a far cry from what it was and wonder is there a cook in the kitchen?; most agree you come for the ambience and hope it will be there forever.
151 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006
+33 1 45 48 53 91
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Chez Flottes
This Parisian brasserie located next to Concorde square and St Honoré Street is known for their high quality products from Aveyron, characterised by a tradition of copious comfort foods.The basement and the upper floor have been renovated to offer a more contemporary atmosphere. It was acquired by Sebastien Bras in 2018 from the Flottes family.
2 rue Cambon, 75001
+33 1 42 60 80 89
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Gallopin
Parisian institution located next to la Bourse (former stock exchange) created in 1876. Nowadays Parisians enjoy its nice Victorian decor (woodworks in mahogany tree, glass roofthere Belle Epoque ), its classic tasty cuisine  such as steak tartare, Baba au Rhum or Paris-Brest and an excellent cocktail bar.
40 rue Notre-Dame des Victoires 75002
+33 1 42 36 45 38
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Four Seasons Hotel George V
31 avenue George V
75008 Paris, France
Ph.+33 1 49 52 71 07
Fax +33 1 49 52 70 05

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