Paul Bert is one of the most famous and popular bistros in all of Paris. This place has the feel of a restaurant that’s been around for a century, but it actually opened at the turn of this century (2000). The Côte de Boeuf for two with frites is a bold (and smart) move.
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Aux Deux Amis
Au Deux Amis is an excellent late night spot in Oberkampf, which is where you’ll probably end up if you’re out late in Paris.
Brutos in the 11th is a sort of Brazilian steakhouse without the all-you-can-eat meat option on the menu - and it's actually charming with good food.
La Cave de Septime
Septime La Cave in the 11th is an excellent place to grab a bottle of natural wine, some meats, and some cheese before a meal at Septime or Clamato.
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Le Comptoir du Relais
Le Comptoir should be on your radar, if only for the fact that you’ll probably end up in Saint-Germain at some point and you’ll probably end up hungry
Ellsworth is a casual restaurant from the team behind Verjus, and it’s one of our favorites in Paris. Hit it for brunch, or for some fried chicken.
Le Servan is of our favorite little bistros in all of Paris, and we’re not alone in that sentiment. Hit it for lunch and some unexpected flavors.
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Le Baratin is a bistro in the 20th that all the chefs in Paris love. Anthony Bourdain loves it too, but that’s not why to go. Go because it’s amazing.
Café Charlot is a great place to hang in Paris and people watch. The food is classic brasserie, and the crowd is neighborhood and expats.
A solid, traditional brasserie in the 16th, Le Stella is good any night of the week, but it’s especially useful because it’s open on Sundays.
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