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Paris
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Apicius

Right in the heart of Paris' Eighth district, just a stone's throw from the Champs Elysees, a unique abode is found at Apicius.[Learn more]

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Bofinger

In 1864, Bofinger introduced the first draught beer to Paris. The brasserie was situated in the heart of the Marais quarter of Paris.[Learn more]

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La Coupole

For years, La Coupole has boasted the most famous lamb curry in Paris, simmered to perfection under the direction of Chef Paul Delbard in the ultra modern kitchen.[Learn more]

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La Petite Chaise

According to the record books, La Petite Chaise is the oldest restaurant in Paris, dating back to 1680 when Georges Rameau began serving wine and light fare here.[Learn more]

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Laperouse

Restaurant Lapérouse offers a rich and colorful past that dates back to 1766 and today patrons come to enjoy the authentic centuries-old establishment that overlooks the Seine. Classic French menu items like rabbit and Foie Gras are done impeccably here,[Learn more]

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Le Chateaubriand

The seemingly small, simple bistro Le Chateaubriand is hidden gem that everyone seems to know about. The wholeheartedly French restaurant is often placed higher in Parisian restaurant rankings than its Michelin-star peers.[Learn more]

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Le Cinq

Dressed in grey and gold, and boasting beautiful views of the Four Seasons Hotel George V's courtyard, the two-Michelin-star Le Cinq is an exquisite dining room where linen tablecloths, china and silver all created specifically for the hotel.[Learn more]

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Le Grand Colbert

Managed by Joel Fleury since August 1992 and listed as a historic monument, Le Grand Colbert serves a cosmopolitan clientele including celebrities, businessmen, models, and designers which has given Fleury the statute of 'Grand Brasserie' in Paris.[Learn more]

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Le Jules Verne

Le Jules Verne offers a one-of-a-kind experience. Not only does it still boast the most beautiful view over Paris, but now it also lays claim to one of the most intimate and inviting dining rooms in the city.[Learn more]

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Pierre Gagnaire

The Pierre Gagnaire experience is an assault on the senses. The talented chef mixes extraordinary textures with explosions of flavor and dizzying presentation.[Learn more]

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Septime

With one Michelin star and the talents of Chef Bertrand Grébaut, Septime offers a carte blanche menu that begs to be ordered. The menu, made up of five artfully minimalist courses, lets the ingredients do the talking.[Learn more]

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