We have listed and reviewed the following brasseries in
Paris : Auberge Dab, Balzar, Julien, La Coupole, Pied de
Cochon, Boeuf sur le Toit, Bofinger, Flo brasserie, Chez
Jenny, Vaudeville, Lipp,
La Closerie des Lilas... Of course there are a
few more. This listing is updated and incremented on a monthly basis
so please come back to check new reviews and new
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experienced. Enjoy your stay in Paris.
Find your brasserie in Paris
Auberge Dab Restaurant
A lively and crowded Paris
brasserie serving good seafood platters, traditional meat and fish dishes,
and classic desserts including creme brulee. One of the late-night
parisian's favorite restaurants.
The Balzar has always been a place where you eat, debate
and set the world to rights. It still is a place for
professors, students, writers, publishers and artists to meet to enjoy the immutable
When you step through the threshold of Julien,
you enter another world, a bygone age, when women wore
hats with veils and men folding top hats. They still adorn
the hat stand...
La Coupole opened in 1927, it was the first "warehouse" restaurant in Paris,
serving traditional dishes. Columns
topped by fabulous paintings divide the restaurant into more intimate
Pied de Cochon restaurant
What would Paris be without its
celebrated Pied de Cochon, located opposite the St
Eustache church and near the Georges Pompidou centre, and
an integral part of Parisian nightlife?
Pied de Cochon Paris
Boeuf sur le toit
Just off the Champs Elysees Avenue, this mythical restaurant is still visited by the Parisian intellectual elite. In the nineteen-thirties, this restaurant became
one of the centres for jazz in Paris...
Boeuf sur le toit Paris
In 1864, Frédéric Bofinger
established a small restaurant, which rapidly gained a reputation for the
quality of its sauerkraut. And he served beer on tap - unheard of in
It was the first brasserie to
captivate Jean Paul Bucher and even today, it still
retains the flavour of Alsace, where the beer always has a
good head and the foie gras melts in your mouth.
Flo Brasserie Paris
In 1930, Robert Jenny owned a
stall proposing sauerkraut, sausages and beer. Noting the popularity of
good quality Alsace products with the Parisians, established himself in
the heart of the capital.
Lunchtime at the Vaudeville echoes to discussion of news
and business over the dish of the day. In the evening, the
conversation turns to the theatre and entertainment,
accompanied by a seafood platter.
Brasserie LIPP was founded in 1880 by Léonard LIPP. The
Brasserie has over the years become the meeting place for
writers, painters and also political and journalistic
figures in Paris. Tradition and character in the heart of
Saint-Germain des Pres.
Parisian brasseries are perhaps host the true soul of Paris -
Places to eat of the past, present and future... Paris counts numerous
famous places - Here are the most reputated ones : Bofinger, Flo, Julien,
la Coupole, Vaudeville, Balzar, le Boeuf sur le Toit, les Grandes Marches,
L'Alsace, L'Appart, L'Arbuci, Charlot Roi des Coquillages, La Fermette
Marbeuf, Le Grand Cafe, Chez Jenny, La Lorraine, Le Petit Zinc, Au pied de
cochon, Le Procope, La Taverne and Terminus Nord, Le Dome, Lipp, Auberge
Dab, Closerie des Lilas ...
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