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    Where to Eat

    You will be entering chef Thierry Marx's new playground with nature as his guest of honour. Local producers and artisans with a shared philosophy, the Ile-de-France terroir in the spotlight. A new dining place, open all day long with the eternally breathtaking view over Paris as a backdrop. Come and discover La Bulle Parisienne on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower during the renovation and from mid-October. Closed for renovation until spring 2020, the Eiffel Tower's brasserie is getting a complete makeover.

    58 Tour Eiffel 

    1er étage Tour Eiffel Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris, France

    Since 1899, Fouquet’s restaurant has embodied the brilliant and festive spirit of Paris. Ideally located at the corner of avenue George V and the Champs-Elysées, the legendary restaurant boasts a classic traditional Parisian brasserie décor and proudly displays its timeless bond with the Arts and Motion Pictures. This historical setting opens up to two sumptuous terraces, on the Champs-Elysées and George V avenues. Revamped in 2017, the timeless spirit of Fouquet's Paris remains, with subtle touches made by craftsmen to enhance the decor further.Pierre Gagnaire  celebrates the resurgence of the famous brasserie by adding his creative Signature to the menu.Watch the procession of passers-by from all over the world. Have fun recognising the restaurant's famous guests in black and white photographs. For over 40 years, the César Awards ceremony has brought together the world of French cinema within this prestigious setting. Beneath the golden chandeliers, guests are cocooned in a chic and intimate atmosphere. Mixing delights of the sea with regional flavours, the menu features traditional Sole Meuniere alongside Beef Tartare. The dishes perfectly befit the fine décor of the restaurant, which is a listed historical monument.

    Fouquets 

    99, avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris, France

    A Paris destination in its own right, Le Cinq by Christian Le Squer is synonymous with the apex of French cuisine and the combination of classic ingredients with ambitious, new techniques. Its three Michelin stars are a reflection of the gastronomic experience of a lifetime – in one of the city’s most sophisticated dining rooms.

    Le Cinq at The Four Seasons George V

    31, Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

    With its high ceilings, refined moldings and paintings reflecting the glory of the Belle Epoque, this large reception room has been meticulously restored by French master craftsmen.

    This place has always been one of the jewels of Parisian addresses and a field of expression for artists. This is where Gershwin composed "An American in Paris", where Marcel Proust met James Joyce and where Picasso, Igor Stravinsky and many personalities of the time met for tea or cocktail receptions.

    Le Lobby

    19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France

    There's literally an endless amount of places to eat in NYC. New York City is one of the few places in the world where you can literally get any ethnicity of food you want at the drop of a hat. You can eat pizza & fried chicken in Brooklyn, a Halal Lamb Gyro in Times Square & Lobster on Park Avenue all in the same day. If I were you though I'd skip the Pizza and splurge on sunday brunch at the Rainbow Room its totally worth it. Here's a short list of where to kickstart your eating tour of the Big Apple. 

    Other Places to Check Out (don't forget to make a reservation)

     

    The Palm Court at the Plaza
    Todd English Food Hall at The Plaza
    The BG at Bergdorf Goodman
    Have Lunch at Tiffany's Blue Box Cafe (Have fun getting a reservation though on Resy lol)

    Dirty French at The Ludlow Hotel
    Le Goulue 
    The Meatball Shop (the LES location)
    Fred's at Barney's
    State Grill & Bar at The Empire State Building
    The Bull & Bear at The Waldorf Astoria

    Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse

    21 Club

    Lucali  (Make sure to get there by 3 to stand in line to get a table)

    The Flower Shop

    The Aviary at The Mandarin Oriental

     

    Photos by J.Montrice