Hotel George V

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Verde by Yeeels
Verde by Yeeels is one of the newest trendy restaurant of the capital. Not just only a place to see and to be seen, this restaurant located at 24 avenue George V. Perfect mix between the Parisian Chic and the New York early 20′ style, the restaurant is definitely high-end and very fashionable, almost out of time.
24 avenue George V, 75008
+33 1 42 88 75 75
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Girafe
The Cité de l’architecture in the left wing of the Palais de Chaillot now houses its restaurant named “Girafe”, created by the owners of “Monsieur Bleu” and “Loulou” and designed by Joseph Dirand who signs a decor inspired by the 30s: light banquettes, cozy and intimate decor, marble bar, tropical plants … Chef Benoît Dargère offers a simple and refined cuisine based on fish and other seafood. The superb terrace offers spectacular views to the Eiffel Tower right across the river.
Cité de l’architecture – 1 place du Trocadéro, 75016 
+33 1 40 72 70 00
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Ran
About 10 minutes driving from the hotel is located a surprising new spot! In a most classic French setting (wooded walls, high ceiling, moldings…), the “Black Code” group opened a fusion restaurant mixing Asian and European cuisine. The spot is as surprising as the menu: waiters are wearing red jumpsuit, a fun playlist is running out, and on week-ends the restaurant has some festive entertainments. In the cuisine, the most typical French products are cooked in a Japanese way, combined with Asian techniques and flavors, which offers a most interesting and modern mix!
Do not miss the excellent cocktail bar at the entrance!
8 Rue d’Anjou, 75008
+33 1 40 17 04 77
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Beef Bar
under the gold of the old “Fermette Marbeuf” restaurant, discover “Beefbar”, the antithesis of the steakhouse which owes its success to a direct supply of the best meats in the world, cooked without complex between grill and luxury street food. All in an atmosphere as relaxed as glamorous.
24 Rue du Boccador, 75008
+33 1 44 31 40 00
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Frou Frou
Froufrou is one of the most recent trendy spot in town. Located near the Opera House, the restaurant is nestled in the same building as the Edouard VII Theatre. The very talented and young chef, Juan Arbelaez, originated from Colombia, would describe his cuisine as the “Sharing French Style”. On the menu, the chef revisits the classics with a twist of creativity, inspired by his roots.
45 Quai des Grands Augustins, 75006
+33 1 42 39 02 59
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Avenue
Located on the prestigious avenue Montaigne shopping street, this stylish contemporary brasserie run by the trend-setting Costes brothers and decorated by the ubiquitous Jacques Garcia offers a modern French and international cuisine with a bit of everything for everyone, and lively, yet chic atmosphere with an eye-catching crowd.
41 avenue Montaigne, 75008
+33 1 40 70 14 91
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Costes
The fashion sanctuary of Paris. Models serving easy and simple food at this trendy restaurant where glitter and sexy people-being joins the “up to date people watching”. Strict reservation policies on “never confirmed” seating location and, be aware, reservations can be confirmed only two days in advance or the same day during Fashion Weeks.
239 rue Saint Honoré, 75001
+33 1 42 44 50 00
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La Société
One of the latest and most successful chic eatery from the famous Costes family of hip restaurateurs, this former Jazz Club located in the literary Left Bank Saint Germain neighbourhood offers an easy menu of French and International comfort food in a cool Christian Liaigre designed dining room to a star studded and jetset clientele.
4 place Saint Germain, 75006
+33 1 53 63 60 60
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Monsieur Bleu
A chic neo-brasserie located on the ground floor of the Palais de Tokyo museum. With a terrace overlooking the Eiffel tower and the Seine, and Its 10 meters high ceiling, this art-deco restaurant is a perfect spot for a trendy meal and is very busy, lunch and dinner.
20 avenue de New York, 75116
+33 1 47 20 90 47
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Mini Palais
Opened in the historic monument and exhibition centre Le Grand Palais, remaining from the Universal Expo 1900, the Mini Palais restaurant, with a modern French menu created by three star Michelin chef Eric Fréchon has a cool lofty design in an impressive turn of the century space and relaxed atmosphere perfect for a unique dinner.
Perron Alexandre III – 3 avenue Winston Churchill, 75008
+33 1 42 56 42 42
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Ralph’s
Situated on the famous boulevard Saint-Germain, in one of the most beautiful former hotel in the chic 6th district, the restaurant combines perfectly New England atmosphere (inside) and a décor in the spirit of the left bank (especially in the courtyard). Besides their delicious burger selection, you should not miss the delicious meat grown and fed in Ralph Lauren’s ranch.
173 boulevard Saint Germain, 75006
+33 1 44 77 76 00
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Matignon
A, not so far, Costes group, urban and eclectic restaurant. Here the clientele mixes Parisian chic with international jet set. One comes for the trendy ambiance during dinner and stays for party until dawn once the restaurant turns into a club after 11 PM. Open every day (For clubbing, please contact the concierge).
3 avenue Matignon, 75008
+33 1 42 89 64 72
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Victoria
The latest “place to be” restaurant in Paris, proposes a chic contemporary new Parisian design, located facing the Napoleon’s Victory monument finished in 1836, “L’ Arc de Triomphe”. To start, try the Whisky bar offering a smooth ambiance, continuing with the restaurant serving an elegant French eclectic cooking & ending, on weekend days, at L’Arc discothèque (For clubbing, please contact the concierge).
12 avenue de Presbourg, 75016
+33 1 42 89 64 72
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concierge.paris@fourseasons.com
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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