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 Barbès

2 boulevard Barbès, Paris, 75018

The brasserie Barbès is a must-see in the cosmopolitan district of Goutte d'Or. Facing the mythical cinema Le Luxor, the Barbès......

Café Dad

3 rue Marie-Georges Picquart, Paris, 75017

This brasserie, founded by three people from Normandy, Vincent, Florian and Édouard, offer healthy and large meals at all hours......