In addition to restaurants with the 'Tourisme & Handicap' State quality rating, the Bureau also lists restaurants adapted for people with disabilities but which have not adhered to the voluntary 'Tourisme & Handicap' mark initiative. Information on the accessibility of each of these places, judged adapted, can be found in a descriptive listing on the PARISINFO.com website, by clicking on the tab 'disability'. For 'Tourisme & Handicap' establishments, as the mark is not automatically attributed for the 4 major types of disability (physical, visual, hearing and mental), we advise you to check the pictograms for which the mark has been attributed for each place or facilities.
The contact details shown on the listing for each place will enable you to contact the restaurant of your choice to gain more detailed information on the accessibility of the venue in relation to your disability.
Adapted restaurants near to Paris
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Adapted cafes, bars and pubs in and around Paris
N.B. Information on the accessibility of each place and activity listed can be found on their fact file under the tab ‘Disability’. Some information is self-declaratory. So, the Bureau advises you to contact places in advance of your visit to verify that the services are well suited to your needs. Contact information is available by clicking on the tab 'contact' of the fact files.
Advanced search engine
In addition to the list below, you can also use our advanced search engine to choose where to eat in Paris. Refine your search by choosing the type of place (bar, brasserie, etc.), the geographical location (by major sites, by district, etc.), the type of French cooking (Breton, Mediterranean, etc.), the type of foreign cooking (Italian, South American, etc.), the services (groups accepted, bookable, etc.), accessibility for disability (by disability, or with the Tourisme & Handicap mark).