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100 Paris – 10 Stylish Bars & Restaurants in Paris

Paris equals a majestic and regal Food Scene! There are plenty of modern restaurants and bars where you can enjoy the best dinner or drink that Paris has to offer. In this Top 10 we now explore some of the best restaurants and bars in Paris and choose where do you want to appreciate one of the hospitality industries in the world.

 

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Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee

25, Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris

Ducasse’s most ambitious project to date, this three-Michelin-starred restaurant takes an architectural approach to dining. The glamorous restaurant in the Hotel Plaza Athénée presents a dramatic dining room on a deconstructed crystal chandelier. Finely molded dove-colored walls in the traditional style are complemented by modern table settings and furniture with a splash of orange, all illuminated by an immense chandelier of delicate crystals suspended on invisible strings. Besides this, Ducasse’s chefs use only the best ingredients, sourced according to the season, to ensure that each dish reaches its full flavor potential.

 

Café de l’Homme

17, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre, 75116 Paris

After a complete makeover by Gilles & Boissier, the mythic Café de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot has become one of the most stylish new tables in Paris. The design team respected the Art Deco decor of the 1937 building with views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, and the Jardins du Trocadéro, but made it warmer with sand-color cedar walls and ash-and-marble tables. A space with a unique design where you can find and taste the French fine cuisine.

 

Café Mollien – Le Louvre

Musée du Louvre – Aile Denon, Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

The Louvre’s café in Denon Hall can’t be beaten if you’re looking for a snack paired with incredible surroundings. This space with a contemporary design was designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, who added brushed-brass light fixtures surrounded by pale-pink acrylic and a 33-foot-long marble-and-brass bar.

 

Le Jules Verne, Eiffel Tower

Avenue Gustave Eiffel,75007 Paris

Located on the second level of Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne is an exclusive French cuisine restaurant. With bold modern interior design by Patrick Jouin and cuisine by the already known Alain Ducasse, it offers a classic French menu with contemporary twists and with rigorously selected ingredients that are combined to produce mouthwatering creations, plus sweeping views over western Paris through floor-to-ceiling bay windows.

 

Le Cinq at Four Seasons George V

31, Avenue George V, 75008 Paris

Awarded with two Michelin stars, Le Cinq is undoubtedly a luxurious yet also welcoming modern restaurant. The elegant dining room bathed in gold, the oil paintings adorning the walls and the beautiful flower arrangements all set the scene for this gastronomic and unique experience.

 

Le Ciel de Paris

Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris

Set on the 56th floor of the Tour Montparnasse, one of the tallest structures in the city, Le Ciel de Paris features interiors as captivating as its views. Famous as being one of the top restaurants in Paris, this space was revamped by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance in a palette of orange and gray and a ceiling punctuated with circular backlit mirrors.

 

L’Opera

L’Opera was the dream of Charles Garnier: allowing spectators to eat within his Palais of the 9th district. This became possible thanks to the talent of Odile Decq who succeeded in the endeavor of creating a design restaurant within the Opéra itself, without touching the walls or altering the 19th century masterpiece. Sip a chic cocktail at the lounge bar before trying out the cuisine of the talented French chef, YannTanneau, who creatively updates regional produce over the seasons.

 

Kong

Ultramodern, on the last two floors of Kenzo’s main office, in front of the Pont Neuf of the 1st district, a design restaurant Kong in the sky with a view of the Seine. The decor is signed Philippe Starck, the menu Fumiko Kono. Halfway between Paris and Tokyo, you’ll be surrounded by Louis XV armchairs, plasma screens, a fluorescent staircase and a carpet of pebbles. Kong is very Parisian, luxurious and accessible at the same time to all.  

 

Publicis Drugstore

With its laid-back brasserie setting, the Publicis Drugstore has become a phenomenon as the ideal trendy Parisian meeting place. The refined and naturally lit dining room with its huge central bar with Corian inlays and its large bay window allows you to watch the chic indifference of the passers-by on the Champs-Elysées in the 8th district. The seasonal menu is created by Olivier Dupart who skillfully brings a new touch to the great standard and vintage dishes for this design restaurant.

 

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris

One of the most luxurious restaurants in Paris occupies a suite of 18th-century salons overlooking the Seine on the first floor of the Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint), a magnificent neoclassical limestone building by architect Jean-Denis Antoine. Restaurant Guy Savoy is a culinary shrine to the skills of its namesake. Renowned not only for its food but also for impeccable service, it is characterized by happiness and conviviality instead of inaccessible aloofness. This three-Michelin-starred modern restaurant consistently enthralls its diners and is a source of inspiration for many other chefs.

 

 

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