Paris je t’adore: 6 Cosmopolitan Bar-Restaurants To Visit

6 hotspots to live cosmopolitan & “Haute” days and nights but … a bit overpriced!

Being in the middle of September what better than planning some trips to romantic European cities? – of course following all the protective measures against the global pandemic. This time we’ll travel you to Paris, and oh yes, we are gonna show you six of the most cosmopolitan bar-restaurants of the French capital we honestly love! There are many bars like these but here we are talking about luxurious hotspots!

Obviously, wherever you look in Paris, you see art galleries, ateliers, boutiques, chic restaurants, luxurious hotels, majestic museums, intellectual cafés, imposing buildings and so much more. The city is full of endless magic, romance, lights, music, and tastes, getting your senses to another level. To be honest, there are no words to describe, just stay speechless. So would you like to mingle around with the international jet-set, fashion, and art world and experience the “Haute” Parisien lifestyle for a day? Scroll down and check some of the top bar/restaurants in Paris we gathered for you that are worth visiting even for a drink – if you don’t want to eat something there because … they are a bit overpriced!

  • Victoria restaurant ($$$$)

It’s the restaurant of the well-known L’ arc club, which is located in the Arc de Triomphe, on Champs-Élysées, hosts a variety of fashion parties and galas over time in a very chic and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Without a doubt, it’s a chance to enjoy your drinks or a special cocktail in the bar among famous people. Guests DJs rhythm the ambiance in a set of neon lights, keeping you dancing and partying until late. In case you’d like to have dinner, it’s better to book a table as the place is most crowded, especially during the weekends. The menu is international with the Greek chef to give the taste of the Greek Mediterranean cuisine. I recommend you to try marinated shrimps and grilled sweet peppers. Party Tip: For party lovers, L’ arc club is downstairs, located in the same building as the restaurant, but first you may check any updates regarding the restricting measures against the spread of Covid-19.

Hours:
Breakfast: 08.00 – 10.00 – Lunch: 12.00 -14.00 – Dinner: 19.30 – 02.00

Info:
12 Rue de Presbourg
75116, Paris
+33 0144179772
contact@victoria-paris.com

  • Hôtel Costes ($$$$)

Of course, don’t miss to visit Hôtel Costes, the most famous restaurant/bar in Paris! Enjoy your drinks in the bar and/or have dinner in an absolutely luxurious and seductive atmosphere with scarlet velvet royal sofas, fireplace, chandeliers, and candles that take you back to the Middle Ages and make you feel that you are sitting in the living room of a palace!

Hours:
DJ sets from 21.00  to midnight every day and from 19.00  to 03.00 Thursday to Saturday.

Info:
239-241 Rue Saint Honoré
+33142445000
contact@hotelcostes.com

 

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  • Matignon ($$$$)

Just a few steps from Champs-Élysées, you can enjoy your lunch or dinner in a cozy, cheeky, and lavish atmosphere. The cuisine is international, covering almost all tastes as world travelers love this place. But you can also take your chic cocktails at the bar enjoying the glamorous vibes, the music, and the great decoration with candles and mirrors that adorn the walls. The restaurant, the bar, and the nightclub are all located in the same building and host several lavish private parties for media and brands, with the environment getting all the more interesting as time lapses!

Hours:
Restaurant:  daily from 08.00 – 02.00
Club: Mon- Thu from 23.00 – 05.00 & Friday- Saturday from 22:30 – 05.00

Info:
3 Avenue Matignon, 75008, Paris
+33 142896472
contact@beaumarly.com

  • Girafe ($$$$)

Why is everybody talking about Girafe? Obviously, there are so many things that make Girafe the newest hotspot in Paris. The amazing terrace with the spectacular view of the Eiffel tower, the contemporary seafood cuisine, and the elegant and opulent 1930 décor are what make this place sooooo special. Grab the chance and enjoy your cocktail at the marbled bar during the evening hours or go to the terrace and gaze at the Eiffel tower which is adorned with its golden covering and sparkles for 5 minutes every hour on the hour. It is definitely worth a visit and … a picture for your Insta feed. Keep in mind, it is located inside Paris’ Cité de l’Architecture, so don’t waste time looking for it.

Hours:
Lunch – Monday to Friday: 12.00-14.30 & Saturday and Sunday: 12:30 – 15:00
Dinner: 19:00 – 22:45

Info:
Pallais de Chaillot
1, Place du Trocadéro, 75016, Paris
+33 (0) 140627061
contact@girafeparis.com

  • L’ Avenue ($$$$)

In a beautiful corner, opposite of Dior and Nina Ricci buildings, L’ Avenue restaurant waits for you all day long to enjoy your coffee, lunch, or dinner. It’s quite usual to meet worldwide famous people as the place is considered the meeting point in Paris, located in a street full of high brands and luxury hotels and called Avenue Montaigne. Speaking from personal experience the best time to go there is during the day. As you are strolling around, take a break and visit L’ Avenue for a coffee or a hot soup if the weather is chilly enough.

Hours:
Every day 08.00 -02.00

Info:
41 Avenue Montaigne, 75008, Paris
+33 1 40 70 14 91
reservations@avenue-restaurant.com

 

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  • Maison du Caviar ($$$$)

Well, the name, here, says everything. Being a magnet of celebrities like Justin and Hailey Bieber, supermodels, business moguls, and everyone who loves caviar, the Maison du Caviar is not just a place, it’s an experience. Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, close to Champs-Élysées, this elegant and prestigious bar/restaurant has attracted for decades accustomed Parisian and international clientele, come to taste, smoked fish, caviars of the best provenances, and other products of excellence.

Hours:
Every day 11.00 -02.00

Info:

21 Rue Quentin-Bauchart, 75008, Paris
+33 1 47 23 53 43
maisonducaviar@beaumarly.com

[Cover Photo © Pedro Lastra]

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