2024 Best Historic Restaurants in Paris Area

Restaurants with History
in Paris

From ornately-appointed dining halls in fashionable hotels to low-key brasseries serving up traditional fare, these establishments offer guests an opportunity to soak in the grand history of the City of Light as they enjoy an excellent meal.

It's easy to lose yourself amongst the beauty of the Parisian boulevards; however, for an intimate encounter with culture and cuisine, make sure you find your way to one of these great restaurants. Here, presented in alphabetical order, are the Top Historic Dining Rooms in Paris, presented in alphabetical order.
French, Brasserie, Seafood
Long-time landmark in the Bastille quarter offering hearty, flavorful brasserie fare. See More
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Le Café de la Paix
Classic restaurant, opened in 1862, offering traditional French cuisine. See More
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Le Grand Véfour
As always, the Grand Véfour provides sublime surroundings. See More
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Stunning Art Nouveau ceramic tiles cover this bi-level brasserie where all of Saint Germain convenes for standard specialties such as choucroute and steak tartare. See More
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Pavillon Ledoyen, Alléno Paris
An unforgettable experience in a plush and Napoleonic décor, thanks to chef Yannick Alléno. See More
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Le Pré Catelan
Inventive interpretations of French fare at this Bois de Boulogne restaurant with a fireplace in winter and verdant terrace in summer. See More
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Restaurant Lapérouse
Traditional food in a historical décor. See More
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Restaurant Lasserre
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Elegant décor and service make this venerable classic French worth a visit especially for the magical view afforded by a retractable roof. See More
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La Tour d'Argent
Masterfully prepared duck is the specialty at this handsome, historic restaurant with a spellbinding view over Ile Saint-Louis and Notre Dame. See More
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French, Brasserie, Wine Bar
Le Train Bleu
In the Gare de Lyon, this venerable vestige of the late nineteenth century promises a dazzling décor and satisfying classic French food. See More
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