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Le Stella Brasserie — Traditional But Chic

This Tony establishment, in the bourgeois 16th off of Avenue Victor Hugo and Rue de la Pompe, is on a corner with tables for outdoor seating three seasons of the year and oysters shuckers with their fisherman caps outside busily preparing large platters of oysters, crab, langoustine and large shrimp. Le Stella is a true Parisian brasserie […]
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Benoit

Alain Ducasse has done it again – this time distinguishing himself as own the only brasserie in Paris that has a Michelin star.  Benoit is surprisingly small for such a big reputation –there are only a few tables in this brasserie – all full of course, as reservations days in advance are essential to earn […]
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Le Dôme — Freshest Seafood in Paris

Unlike other brasseries, Le Dôme is strictly a seafood restaurant (except for one veal dish on the menu). With its own poisonnerie just around the corner from the restaurant, it is one of the finest seafood purveyors in all of Paris. Share on Facebook
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Violon d’Ingres

On Rue Saint Dominique, in the epicenter of the tony Seventh arrondissement near the Eiffel Tower, lies a single block of restaurants that, together, offer some of the best French cuisine in Paris.  A constellation of three restaurants next to each other – all owned by famed Chef Christian Constant – give varied choice to […]
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Les Cocottes

On Rue Saint Dominique, sandwiched between Violon D’Ingres and Cafe Constant, is the ‘’troisième’’ restaurant owned by Chef Christian Constant, Les Cocottes.  Chef Christian Constant is usually seen here, unless he is sipping a cafe outside, at a table by Cafe Constant next door.  Les Cocottes is the happy medium between the more upscale Violon […]
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Restaurant Musée d’Orsay

Normally when one thinks of restaurant food at a musuem, it means packing a lunch or viewing preserved artifacts of old china.  France brings museum food to a whole new level, and there is no better place to experience excellent food in a simply lavish venue, then at Restaurant Musée d’Orsay.  Share on Facebook
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