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A Priori The

A Priori The

Fresh cakes and baked goods, served under a glass ceiling in a cozy atmosphere. 

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 16 out of 30 (good to very good)
Decor: 19 out of 30 (good to very good)
Service: 13 out of 30 (fair to good)
Cost: 27 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location:

35, Galerie Vivienne75002 Paris,France 
Metro: Bourse or Palais Royale
Phone: +33 1 42 97 48 75

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Andy Wahloo

Andy Wahloo

Fun decor, best for snacks and drinks. Great value.

Closed on Sundays

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 12 out of 30 (fair to good) 
Decor: 21 out of 30 (very good to excellent)
Service: 15 out of 30 (fair to good)
Cost: 24 euros (one drink and one entree) 

Location: 

69, Rue des Gravilliers75003 Paris,France 
Metro: Arts et Metiers
Phone: +33 1 42 71 20 38

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La Creperie de Josselin

La Creperie de Josselin

Possibly the most famous creperie in Paris. Casual atmosphere and generous portions

Located on a street lined with creperies in Montparnasse

Closed on Mondays, no credit cards accepted

 

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 21 out of 30 (very good to excellent)
Decor: 13 out of 30 (fair to good)
Service: 18 out of 30 (good to very good)
Cost: 19 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location:

67, Rue du Montparnasse75014ParisFrance 
Metro: Edgar Quinet or Montparnasse-Bienvenue
Phone: +33 (0)1 43 20 93 50

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Le Baron Rouge

Le Baron Rouge

A neighborhood place with excellent oysters and cheese plates. 

Great wine which you can drink there or even bring home with you – taken right from the barrel

 

Zagat 2008 ratings:

Food: 19 out of 30 (good to very good)
Decor: 15 (fair to good)
Service: 14 (fair to good)
Cost: 26 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location:

 

1Rue Théophile Roussel75012 Paris,France 
Metro: Ledru-Rollin
Phone: +33 1 43 43 14 32

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Hot Chocolate and Angelina

Hot Chocolate and Angelina

Happiness in a cup – claimed to be the world’s best hot chocolate (on the menu as “Chocolat Africain”), its well worth a visit!

Can be a bit touristy, but the dining room is lovely and the pastries are fabulous. The “Mont Blanc” (chestnut cream meringue) is another Angelina signature, but really you could close your eyes and pick a dessert blindly for a wonderful suprise

They also have a counter to the side of the restaurant where you can buy your desserts to go, and they even sell the hot chocolate mix which could make a nice souvenir or gift idea for any chocolate lover!

Angelina was opened in 1903

Zagat ratings:

Food: 20 out of 30 (very good to excellent)
Decor: 21 out of 30 (very good to excellent)
Service: 15 out of 30 (fair to good)
Cost: 29 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location: 

226, Rue Rivoli75001 ParisFrance 
Metro: Concorde or Tuileries
Phone: +33 1 42 96 47 10

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Joe Allens

Joe Allen's

A very American spot, great for brunch.

Zagat’s 2008 ratings:

Food: 14 out of 30 (fair to good)
Decor: 15 out of 30 (fair to good)
Service: 16 out of 30 (good to very good)
Cost: 37 euros (one drink and one entree)

Location:

30, Rue Pierre Lescot75001 Paris,France 
Metro: Etienne Marcel
Phone: +33 (0)1 42 36 70 13

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Italian grocery and cafe where you can have an informal lunch

Wine, cheese, charcterie, pasta, sauces, and more

Location:

51 Rue des Martyrs 75009 (9th) Paris, France
Metro: Pigalle
Phone: +33 (0)1 48 74 07 50

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