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Chef Mathieu Pacaud presides over Hexagone, a posh new restaurant in Paris

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NEW RESTAURANTS IN PARIS





Nestled in the Marignan Champs-Élysées hotel, Nubé boasts a contemporary and cozy setting. Among notable dishes, treat yourself to the marinated ceviche with leche du tigre (fish broth with coriander, lime, onion and garlic) and the soft-boiled egg with watercress cream, corn and black sausage. Nubé, Marignan Champs-Élysées 12, rue de Marignan, 75008 Paris, 01 40 76 34 56.
 
Alain Ducasse presides over a modern café called ore in the Palace of Versailles. It is located on the first floor of the Pavillon Dufour. ore, Palace of Versailles Place d'Armes, 78000 Versailles, 01 30 84 12 96.
 
Chef Pierre Rigothier (Le Baudelaire in Le Burgundy hotel) has taken over the former restaurant of Guy Savoy at rue Troyon, Etoile-sur-Mer. La Scène Thélème, serves refined and creative cuisine. La Scène Thélème, 18, rue Troyon, 75017 Paris, 01 77 37 60 99.
 

NOTEWORTHY ANNOUNCEMENTS





Brittany Menu at Rech
Rech, the Parisian seafood restaurant of Alain Ducasse, will feature a Brittany menu (80 €) through December 2016. Dishes include Parmentier-style 'Princesse de Kermancy' oysters served with Noirmoutier mashed potatoes and an herb condiment; lightly seared line-caught hake with confit onions from Roscoff, sautéed wild broccoli, onion petals and sea goose-berries; small scale fishing monkfish, two way artichokes; Curé Nantais cheese; and Kouign-amann (crispy traditional cake made of puff pastry, covered with a butter-sugar glaze). To accompany this menu, sommelier Romain Loriot suggests two Muscadet served in a magnum, the Terre de Pierre by Pierre Luneau-Papin and the Monnières by Dominique Martin. Rech, 62, av. des Ternes, 75017 Paris, 01 45 72 29 47.
 
Ritz Paris is Now Open
Totally remodeled during four years, the Ritz Paris has reopened along with its gourmet restaurant, L’Espadon. The establishment now boasts a ritzy dining room in pink hues and a garden under a glass roof. Seconded by the pastry chef François Perret, Nicolas Sale commands the kitchen. His elaborate dishes highlight tomatoes, langoustine and poultry. A menu is offered in the garden for lunch at €120, while the signature menu for dinner is €320. L'Espadon, Ritz Paris 15, place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, 01 43 16 33 74.
 
Publicis Drugstore Brasserie to Renew Concept
Eric Frechon (Hôtel Le Bristol) has been appointed to renew the concept of the Publicis Drugstore Brasserie. Open 7 days a week until 2 a.m. at the top of the Champs-Elysées, the establishment should boast a new atmosphere and menu by the end of 2016. Publicis Drugstore Brasserie, 133, av. des Champs-Elysées, 75008 Paris, 01 44 43 77 64.
 

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PARIS RESTAURANT CLOSINGS

 

 



CLOSED FOR GOOD
Take your taste buds on a walk down memory lane! Check out our exclusive closed restaurant database for Paris to virtually visit your favorite dining spots from the past. Le Pavillon, R.I.P.

Guy Savoy has closed L'Huîtrade, his restaurant near the Arc de Triomphe. Boasting an “industrial chic” setting in pearl gray shades, the spot was dedicated to oysters. L'Huîtrade, 13, rue Troyon, Paris, France 75017, no phone.
 


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