Brasseries in Paris

With traditional French dishes; brasseries are typical Parisian restaurants.

Brasserie Gallopin, Paris © OTCP - Marc Bertrand

With traditional charm, the brasserie is a kind of big sister to the bistro. At its origins it was simply a brewery, making beer that could be consumed on the premises...
As time went on, the word came to designate large, typically Parisian bistros with an inimitable charm where you can dine on traditional French dishes, including onion soup, “coq au vin” and “pot au feu”.
 There is even a typical brasserie atmosphere, as they are often glamorous places with remarkable decor, temples to art deco. The finest ones are to be found in the Montparnasse area, in the Place Clichy and around the main stations. Everybody who is anybody in Paris heads there go and join them!

Brasserie Mollard Member

115 rue Saint-Lazare, Paris, 75008

A listed historical monument, this luxury brasserie has a 1900s decor that is unique and typical of Paris: ceramics, mosaics and......

Vedettes de Paris Member

Brasserie | On a boat moored at quayside
Port de Suffren, Paris, 75007

On the river, just below the Eiffel Tower, the Vedettes de Paris welcome you at the Terrasse des Vedettes from April to November,......

Au Pied de Cochon Member

6 rue Coquillière, Paris, 75001

This famous restaurant in Les Halles district has always had a friendly atmosphere since its opening in 1947. A thriving place in......

La Coupole Member

102 boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, 75014

La Coupole is a shrine to art deco. It was created in 1927 by two men from Auvergne, Ernest Fraux and René Lafon. On the evening......

Le Train Bleu Member

Brasserie | In a museum or monument
Gare de Lyon - 1er étage - place Louis Armand, Paris, 75012

Luxury brasserie on the first floor of Gare de Lyon, built for the World's Fair and opened in 1901 by the President, Emile......

Le Restaurant du Musée d'Orsay Member

Brasserie | In a museum or monument
1 rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris, 75007

The Musée d'Orsay's restaurant, a mixture of a listed place with a contemporary style, with 1900 decor, whose frescoes by Gabriel......

Chez Jenny Member

39 boulevard du Temple, Paris, 75003

An iconic restaurant at Place de la République, this brasserie has an authentic 1930s decor and serves traditional Alsatian......

Brasserie La Lorraine Member

2 place des Ternes, Paris, 75008

La Lorraine is an authentic Parisian restaurant at Place des Ternes, with a sophisticated decor in an Art Nouveau style with......

Le Grand Café Capucines Member

4 boulevard des Capucines, Paris, 75009

The Grand Café Capucines first opened its doors in 1875 and presents itself as a must-visit for those visiting Paris for a day.......

L'Alsace Member

39 avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 75008

L'Alsace is open day and night. Whether you get hungry at 4pm or 4am, this ideally located restaurant on the Champs-Elysées......