Restaurants in France

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Hang out in this cozy village bistro and dine on a magnificently fatty sauté of veal with salsify. You may even spot director Adrian Lyne - known... Read More

Situated in Montmarte, this old-fashioned café is best known as the restaurant where Amélie Poulain waits tables in the 2001 film Am... Read More

With a central location on Rue Cler, a popular, pedestrian-only market street, Café du Marché is a draw to locals and tourists alike.... Read More

With avant-garde interiors by the French graphic designers M/M and contemporary artist Philippe Parreno, this café attempts to channel the spirit of the... Read More

This tearoom occupies the former dining room (and terrace) of the splendid 19th-century Jacquemart-André Museum. Constructed and decorated in the... Read More

The on-trend Paris-based fashion and music label has opened this minimal little espresso bar under the arcaded galleries of the beautiful Palais Royal... Read More

This terrific bistro is beloved by locals. Read More

Occupying a section of the Louvre’s main courtyard, Cour Napoleon, this address flaunts an unmatched front-row seat to I.M. Pei’s famous 70-foot tall... Read More

It doesn’t get more “Paris” than this: sitting under the stone colonnades, looking out over the Louvre’s glittering glass pyramid, all while sipping... Read More

Located beside the old Paris Bourse, Café Moderne serves a reasonably priced menu of both classic and contemporary French cuisine to a... Read More

On a little side street near rue Oberkampf, this tiny coffee shop serves up cold brew coffee, piccolos, and chai tea to the delight of hipsters in the... Read More

Now with two addresses, this chic organic and vegetarian café is right at home amongst Paris’ hipster cafes, with its whitewashed stone walls and... Read More

Located within a magnificent historical mansion in the Marais, the Hôtel de Marle, offered as a gift to Sweden from France after the World War II, the... Read More

Café Varenne is more like a convivial brasserie rather than a typical Parisian café. Sitting on an ancient coin at the corner of Rue de... Read More

This unassuming little neo bistrot set back from trendy rue des Martyrs in the south end of Pigalle is easy to overlook. The food, however, is anything... Read More

Reserve a streetside table at this small brasserie with well-priced dishes like grilled pork sausages. Read More

Stalk this food truck on Twitter, or head to the new brick-and-mortar outpost on Rue de Turbigo. Cantine California was a pioneer of the American street... Read More

Housed in the Bini family home on Rue Gérgoire de Tours, Casa Bini looks like a rustic taverna, with its terra cotta tiles, exposed beams, bright... Read More

A good traditional restaurant. Order the lobster, caught daily in the Bay of Biscay. Read More

Near the Place du Trocadéro in the district of the Bastille, Cavestève specializes in small-scale producers and vintage champagnes.... Read More

Founded as an organic wine shop that later added a supper club for friends, Le Chapeau Melon ("the bowler hat") in Belleville is now a restaurant that... Read More

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